Real innovation requires successful disrupters

By Brian Lewis 4/1/2015 Education leadership

One thing we hear a lot about is how difficult it is to innovate within the education system. It’s too big. Too entrenched in tradition. Too political. Too something or other.

Of course, we know that countless educators, including those in the ISTE community, are constantly moving the needle when it comes to innovation. They seem to embody a term we’re hearing bandied about lately: “successful disrupters.”

Popular author and past ISTE keynoter Malcolm Gladwell discussed....

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