Pausing for Innovation Week, 2020
The Principled Innovation team presented a tailored version of their The Power of Pausing: Reflection for Personal and Professional Transformation to the attendees of their Innovation Week workshop on December 10th, 2020.
Educator-to-educator: digitally sharing learning at ISTE Live 2020
What was supposed to be an in-person presentation in Anaheim, CA earlier this year evolved into a virtual session during ISTE 20 Live.
The Power of Pausing: Reflection for Personal and Professional Transformation: CSW Conference 2020
At the end of October, the Principled Innovation team hosted an hour-long online workshop titled The Power of Pausing: Reflection for Personal and Professional Transformation at the 2020 ASU CSW/SC Professional Development Conference.
IgnitED Lab’s 4th Space designed with Principled Innovation
Applying the Principled Innovation framework was paramount in the creation of IgnitED Labs Online.
Summer curriculum support with Principled Innovation Studios
This summer, the Principled Innovation team supported the MLFTC curriculum redesign faculty to embed Principled Innovation practices into course outcomes.
Teenagers, retirement and reflections on the new abnormal
The economist and thinker Andrew Scott once said something that blew me away. He said that: The 20th century created the idea of teenagers and retirement.
Us in Flux: A conversation with Sarah Pinsker
The Center for Science and the Imagination at ASU has a new series called Us in Flux. Every two weeks they publish a (super-short) short story that explores “themes of community, collaboration, and collective imagination in response to transformative events.” They follow each story with a virtual conversation with the author and a guest.
Easy as PI
I’m very excited to announce that this week, we’ve launched our very first podcast, Slice of PI, wherever podcasts are consumed!
Critical reflection and intellectual character
The words “fake news” have been significant and controversial in the last few years and are especially relevant now as misinformation about COVID-19 spreads as fast as the coronavirus itself.
The moral paradox of student care
Recently, I had a conversation with a school leader who shared his approach to supporting and communicating with faculty and staff during this time of great uncertainty.