What does it take to disrupt our own thoughts? In bringing new ways of thinking forward in our own ways of working, what can spring us to take action to change habits in our teaching that are not serving us or our students well? There is a lot of talk on social media about disrupted leadership and the power that lies in thought disruption in order to challenge the status quo. What responsibility do we have to disrupt the thoughts of others? Is it a professional responsibility to do so or will it be seen as an annoyance?
Instead of thinking of it as disrupted leadership or thought disruption, how about looking at it as planting seeds of thought? In planting seeds of thought, with the right nourishing, genuine action and growth may result. What seeds of thought will you plant this week to inspire change within yourself and within others?
KAUST Faculty, Pedagogical Coach. Presenter & Workshop Leader.IB Educator. #RunYourLife podcast host.