The Brad Fuller have-a-chat video series
1. E D I A H (4-minutes)
Brad and Richard go back a long way.
This video is a hilarious re-telling of a story which contains vision, inspiration and rapid failure,
Well, we think it's hilarious!
2. What Are Students Hiring School To Do?
The answer to this question is a game-changer.
This is an excerpt from a much broader discussion
00:20 Horne and Staker (Jobs To Be Done Theory). What is the student hiring the school to do? Jobs To Be Done Theory explained in context.
00:50 Students want two things: 1) Students want to feel successful 2) Students want to have fun with their friends!
02:00 Dewey - Educative Thinking
02:20 Jobs To Be Done Theory explained in context.
3.Teacher Collaboration In A Start-up School
Stories of two teachers working to bring about change in students within a start-up school.
0:45 Teaching in a new school. Having a clean slate to work with. Inventing the future. Having very few bosses to deal with.
1:30 The power of being authentic/transparent as a leader
4:50 Solving problems in our own way.
5:30 New school start-up
8:20 What if you don’t relate to your department’s program?
9:00 Important questions to ask: ‘Wait a sec … Hang on … What’s important here?’
10:00 It’s all about the bulldog clips! (Creating my own resources)
11:00 A message for new teachers: Always ask the question ‘What a second …’
12:20 The headphones story.
13:20 Story of the student (Agit) who was problematic to me but not to Brad, and the note sharing that occurred to solve issues with this student.
14:30 The Handbrake: The issue of perceiving that students are misbehaving to de-rail (apply the handbrake to) your lesson!
15:30 Horne and Staker (Jobs To Be Done Theory). What is the student hiring the school to do? Jobs To Be Done Theory explained in context.
16:10 Students want two things: 1) Students want to feel successful 2) Students want to have fun with their friends!
17:30 The turnaround story re Agit (Yr 9 student) … he’s thinking I want to feel successful and have fun with their friends yet I’m thinking I’m there to teach him maths.
20:45 Takeaway #1 for teachers - create space in your classroom to get to know students as human beings first! And then we can get to the work.
21:10 Takeaway #2 for teachers - teaming up with another teacher to solve issues with students you both teach.
24:00 The importance of self-reflection … becoming aware of our unconscious biases! Learn Implement Share run quality online courses creating tangible change in teachers’ classrooms.
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