If we know that there is a better way of doing something, and we have to change our past practice to make it better, is it that people do not like change or the work that change encompasses?
from the blog of George Couros
Endless conversation about change is the barrier. Actually committing to doing something and then acting is what is required.
response to George’s post by D. Jakes (link above)
Those of us working in education today know what has to be done in order to reshape the teaching and learning cultures found within our schools that have failed to adapt to an evolving world. We need to lead the change movement through action instead of engaging in what seems to be never-ending talk about the “why” and “how” associated with the process.