Innovation is not a project; it’s an invitation

Last week I was honored to participate in Dell’s Innovation in Education Think Tank at the Texas Association of School Administrators 2013 Conference. It was a great day of learning.


CLICK HERE to see a clip in which I discuss why innovation is not a one-time project.

CLICK HERE for a second clip in which I discuss what children want from teachers.


In the clip below, all of the panelists share their takeaways.

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  • Priscilla Taylor

    This video might be short but it’s so powerful! I love the idea that the smartest person in the room IS the room. You bring up a great point that we are so close to finding solutions but we’re so busy arguing about the “right way,” that we’re missing the question all together. It looked like a fantastic event. I’m looking forward to seeing how the conversation continues!

    Thank you for sharing this with us, Angela.

  • Carmen Clark

    I love how you spoke about how recognizing the students, looking for what they have to contribute, and asking them what is important. This is a great inspiration, and a lesson we all need to learn.

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