Hacking, Innovating, and Failing Well—How Tech Sector Principles Can Revolutionize Education Workplaces

This opinion piece by Barnett Berry, founder and CEO of the Center for Teaching Quality, uses Google’s principles of innovation to examine three key ways the technology sector can help schools maximize teacher expertise. He asserts that technology can transform teaching and learning, not through typical approaches, such as apps for students; but with revolutionary organizational designs that encourage experimentation, teacher professional development, and collaboration.

This article is a good starting point for school leaders and educators beginning to think about structures that encourage teacher innovation. It may also encourage thinking on how these innovative organizational structures will improve student-centered learning systems and educational outcomes.

Source Organization: EdSurge

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