Sir Ken Robinson discusses the roles of leadership in building creativity, innovation, and leadership in the workplace.
One man playing football with his friends is told he is “playing like Betty White.” Another friend offers him a Snicker to satisfy his hunger and thereby easing his crankiness and improving his game.
Two actors take on the roles of effective and ineffective teachers.
Former educator and current education researcher Rick DuFour gives a presentation on the differences between groups and teams and how to build interdependence in schools.
Former educator and current education researcher Rick DuFour gives a presentation on heroic teachers. He argues that organizational effectiveness depends on more than strong individuals.
Educator, author, and consultant Todd Whitaker discusses the difference between great teachers and poor teachers, including responsibility and prevention.
Low quality video of a Professional Learning Community (PLC) meeting. The teachers at the meeting represent different issues PLCs deal with.
When Softball player Sara Tucholsky injured herself during her first home run, the umpire told her that the home run would not count if a pinch runner was brought in and none of her own teammates were allowed to touch her. Players from the opposing team offered to carry her from base to base, and she accepted.
When a young boy wanders away from his parents and begins to play the piano on stage, the pianist encourages him to continue and joins him. The originally embarrassed parents are now proud of their boy, and the audience, who could have thought of the boy as a nuisance, applaud him. The reaction of pianist, parents, and audience were not dependent on the success of the child, but on their own theoretical frameworks.
Two individuals are “stuck” after an escalator turns off.