A New Theory and Practice Podcast – Connected Leadership

Matt Renwick

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Tomorrow morning (Saturday, February 21, 8 A.M. CST), I will be joined by Spike Cook, Jessica Johnson, and Theresa Stager to discuss connected leadership. The title references Spike’s book from Corwin, part of the Connected Educator series.

During the podcast, we will discuss three articles I summarized from a previous post here at Theory and Practice. This podcast will be broadcasted live, either by clicking here or the embedded video below. In the meantime, leave a comment on this page to possibly win a free copy of Spike’s book!

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Author: Matt Renwick

Matt Renwick is an 18-year public educator who began as a 5th and 6th-grade teacher in Rudolph, WI. He now serves as an elementary principal for the Mineral Point Unified School District (http://mineralpointschools.org/). Matt also teaches online graduate courses in curriculum design and instructional leadership for the University of Wisconsin-Superior. He tweets @ReadByExample and writes for ASCD (www.ascd.org) and Lead Literacy (www.leadliteracy.com).

2 thoughts on “A New Theory and Practice Podcast – Connected Leadership”

  1. What an excellent way to model being a connected learner. Having educators from Wisconsin and New Jersey talking about ways we can flatten the walls, harness the collective knowledge of one another, and work to assist students’ and adults’ learning through a podcast, book and blog! Can’t wait to watch and learn from you all.

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    1. Congrats Matt – you are the winner of Spike Cook’s book! I will let Theresa Stager know to connect with you and get a mailing address.

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