I like that this article discusses how two elementary schools in Baltimore created a culture of innovation. They were implementing a 1:1 device initiative during this process and it was interesting to learn how everything worked together in order to sustain the innovation.
This is great article that provides 4 essential strategies for creating a culture of innovation. It also discusses each strategy and why it is important, which is very helpful to both school administrators and teachers.
I like this blog as it discusses creating a culture of innovation in the classroom, but also talks about the technology. So many times I hear district and school leaders talk about implementing technology, but they don't know why. It is because it is a bright, shiny new thing that can solve some problems, but we need to figure out what problems it can help with and other solutions and tools to use in the situations when the technology is not the best tool to support learning.
What I like about this short blog is that the author provides her favorite 3 ideas she learned from a report and tool she was reading that 2Revlolutions created. She not only shared the ideas on how to create a culture of innovation, but provided great examples as well and makes you think how we can do this internationally.
This blog describes a culture of innovation using a pilot program. What I love about this blog is that it provides a framework and self-assessment tool to help you assess your readiness for creating a culture of innovation.
This Ed Week post describes a few ways to start creating a culture of innovation in your classroom. I like how the provided some examples of other classrooms across the country that have created successful class projects that have made an impact.