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Laurie KardynalBahri
Lifelong learner and leader. Curriculum Implementation, AB Education, Principal Secondee from Blog- 🇺🇦 🇨🇦
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Adam Robinson Apr 21
Replying to @IAmAdamRobinson
Everything about you is a statement. Not just what you say. What you don't. Your posture. Every glance. And touch. Even your Presence. Each moment you are broadcasting to EVERYONE, usually unconsciously. Know thyself said Socrates. Yeah but you'd better know what you're SAYING.
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Bonnie-Lynne Boehm Apr 21
If you can attend you will be very grateful! Jody is amazing; authentic and inspiring!
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Danny Steele Apr 18
Teachers and administrators do not become exceptional by accident. They work hard at their job. They reflect on their work and are constantly learning. They collaborate with colleagues to make stronger decisions. And they cultivate meaningful relationships with their students.
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Laurie KardynalBahri Apr 18
Listening to a podcast about mentorship where they refer to this quote, and said that mentors help us see our blind spots, and uncover the future that already exists within us. I would say the same about my tribe.
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Laurie KardynalBahri Apr 18
Nice jerseys! Nice name! 😄
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Laurie KardynalBahri Apr 18
Yes, there will be a validation phase, as well as a road test.
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Laurie KardynalBahri Apr 17
was our facilitator. She did a fantastic job! She inspired us to dig deeper, reflect and create our own manifesto.
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Laurie KardynalBahri Apr 17
She was the focus of our Preconference !
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Laurie KardynalBahri Apr 17
Champions for every child. Connections not responses are the bottom hands for our kids.
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Laurie KardynalBahri Apr 17
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Laurie KardynalBahri Apr 17
! Front row, Day #2! Moderating and deep questioning by on developing and sustaining leadership capacity.
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Laurie KardynalBahri Apr 17
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Laurie KardynalBahri Apr 17
“We need to balance compliance with focusing on leadership learning.” -Anne, New South Wales Panel on Designing the Future of Educational Leadership
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Laurie KardynalBahri Apr 17
The most significant leadership Iearning experience? Being uncomfortable. Risk taking. Embracing failure. Getting up and learning to walk again.
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Laurie KardynalBahri Apr 17
Replying to @lisa_turchansky
Do you think likemindedness develops teams? I think it’s good to have a variety of people on our team, so they can challenge our ideas in respectful ways, and deepen our understanding, and help see fresh viewpoints.
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Laurie KardynalBahri Apr 17
Top 3 capabilities of educational leaders: 1. Relational trust- walking alongside your staff 2. Leader of Instruction- know what quality looks like & help them move forward 3. Vision & Moral Purpose- one small step ahead to guide
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Laurie KardynalBahri Apr 17
As leaders we have “bird moving problems”, because birds have agency. How DO you move a flock of birds? How can we lead change in our flocks?
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Laurie KardynalBahri Apr 17
Wow! Crazy statistics! Thanks for sharing Let’s meet kids where they are at.
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Nancy Luyckfassel Apr 17
"When we were children, we used to think that when we were grown up we would no longer be vulnerable. But to grow up is to accept vulnerability...to be alive is to be vulnerable" M. L'Engle
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Laurie KardynalBahri Apr 16
Congrats !!
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