In Part 2 of my chat with Rachael Lehr - We're Standing Up for Student Voice, Identifying the Key Challenges facing School Leaders, and Changing the World at a Local Level.
There's also the Lightning Round where we're Pushing The Edge of Home, Relationships, Discomfort and Making a Difference.
There's also my Not To Be Missed Books. This time a couple of books that have been influential in my teaching career.
LISTEN TO PART 1
In Part 1 of my chat with Rachael Lehr we talk about motivations and inspirations for Pushing The Edge, Social Justice, How to Stay True to Yourself, and How to Navigate Self-Doubts.
Listen to Part 1 (Episode 16) on ITunes or on my website.
For complete Show-Links and Resources go to PUSHING THE EDGE - EPISODE 17.
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Pust Past Your Comfort Zone with Rachael Lehr
Pushing The Edge of Whole School Change with Ray Boyd - Ray is the Principal of the School that Rachael Lehr teaches in.
Take Care of You with Jason Borton. Jason is an Australian Principal who isn't afraid to ask challenging questions, and think outside the business as usual. He asked one of the questions in this episode.
Step Back and Let Young People Take the Lead with Laura Hill. Laura tells some compelling tales about life with her two young daughters, In particular, how they've caused her to reassess her ideas about what's possible for young people. Laura asked one of the questions in this episode.
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