One of the interesting elements of this past school year for me was weaving together the thoughts, observations and ideas from the many conversations I enjoyed across Ontario via my PLN, both virtually and face to face.
The more I reflect on the conversations, and mull them over, I centre my thinking on the idea of educational grid lock. In many ways, it seems to me that we are in a state of increasing grid lock. There are so many opposing forces and change complexities in the K12 space, to me, many things seem, well, stuck.
This summer I have decided to write a series of posts exploring this idea of edu gridlock, along with some questions and ideas on moving forward.
Photo credit: Flickr user samuel-leo for this creative commons licensed photo.
EduGridlock – up next: career long professional learning.