Yes it’s time again for the #innovatorsmindset blog hop!
You didn’t even know what a Blog Hop was 3 weeks ago, right? And now you are going to participate in one, right? Yes you are!
We learn best when we are just outside of our comfort zones, and here at #ossemooc, we do everything WITH you to help support you along the way.
Please do some writing on this topic. Post it on your blog, then add your name, twitter handle and blog link into the form below.
Here are the links to the blogs created so far. More are always welcome. Remember that there can be about a 5 minute delay between filling out the form and seeing the blog link here.
You don’t have a blog? We are happy to post your work for you here on #OSSEMOOC, or just add to the comments below, or post a quick tweet under #innovatorsmindset #ossemooc hashtags, or post to the Voxer Group for the Book Club.
See? Easy Peasy!! Now just sit back, read, and maybe comment on a blog or two.
The “What Ifs” are on page 117, 118 of The Innovator’s Mindset (copied below)
Looking to learning something today? OSSEMOOC is providing a virtual learning opportunity via EdCamp Waterloo Region. Tune in to select livestream video sessions[here](between 9:30 and 3:30) and/or follow along the twitter stream at #edcampwr .
Please be sure to scroll down on the chart for all contributions. Please contribute by commenting on this post, posting on Twitter under #ossemooc and #onnovatorsmindset, or writing on your own blog and posting the link below. The list may take up to 5 minutes to refresh after you contribute your link.
If you have responded to this prompt, please add your blog to the list using the form below.
The form responses will be posted here at 8 p.m. EST for your reading pleasure!
Join us at 8 p.m. EST today for a live discussion of The Innovator’s Mindset Chapters 1-3.
Participate online through Twitter. Share your questions and comments under #innovatorsmindset and #OSSEMOOC
Please use this link to join the live Google Hangout on Air:
Questions for tonight’s event:
1. What is an example of a practice that you consider to be innovative? How is it new or better than what you had before?
2. What are some examples of innovation that you have seen within constraints, both inside and outside of school?
3. What trait of the innovator’s’ mindset do you most embody – how would you foster those in other people.
Innovation in Education: ‘What it is, what defines it, and what it looks like in practice.’
Tuesday February 9th: 8 p.m.-9 p.m. EST
In this segment we will discuss the concept and characteristics of innovation presented in chapters 1-3 of the book.
We will also discuss the ways in which we see ourselves, our schools and our Districts exemplifying these characteristics, the innovative practices happening in our Districts, the conditions that have made this possible, and some of the obstacles that get in the way.
Participants are invited to share their ideas and their own stories.
Details and links will be posted here. Register to have details sent by email or DM on Twitter.
Don’t forget to check out the Innovation Blogs. Add yours to the list, take time to comment on the work of others, or share your thinking on Twitter #InnovatorsMindset #OSSEMOOC, or comment here.