Nov. 6, 2020

Episode 25: Leading Schools Using Creativity with Albert Thomas


*It seems like 2020 has most of us feeling boxed in and overwhelmed with grading student’s work and virtual parent meetings. What better way to navigate the COVID-19 education era than with a wingman? Especially if your wingman is* *“EDUCopilot” Albert Thomas* ( https://educopilot.com/ ) *. Albert is an amazing educator who has been a teacher, principal, and instructional technologist and serves as the* *President for ISTE PLN* ( https://www.iste.org/ ) *. He has done extensive work with* *Adobe Education* ( https://edex.adobe.com/ ) *and is a founding member of the* *Adobe Creative Educator Creative Crew* ( https://edex.adobe.com/adobe-creative-educator ) *, as well as a* *Google Certified Educator* ( https://edu.google.com/teacher-center/certifications/educator-level1/ ) *.**In this episode, we speak about the importance of school administrators to allow room for creativity in schools. Specifically, we discuss practical ways to use creativity in all aspects of education, from the lesson cycle to curriculum planning, as well as how creativity can support district administrators in communicating with the school community. We discuss the willingness of school leaders to take risks by incorporating creativity wherever possible. Due to COVID and compliance with rules from CDC and Education boards creativity can be the last thing on the school leader’s mind.*Copyright Chillhop Music - https://chll.to/b9bb917bCopyright Chillhop Music - https://chll.to/6cd0b356Copyright Chillhop Music - https://chll.to/fae889b3

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