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Friday, October 7 • 13:30 - 14:30
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"Don't do as I do; do as I say." I used to say this to my students when I goofed up during coaching or even giving a speech in debate and would do the exact same thing that I tell them NOT to do. As coaches we expect our students to run faster, climb higher, keep up stamina far better than we do with the proper techniques; as educators, we do our best to teach our students to not bore the audience, share engagingly, ask the "So What?" in everything that they do. Let's pause and reflect: do we do that as leaders? What do we do with inspired and excited teachers when the come back from empowering conferences with big ideas? What can we do to keep that momentum strong despite the requirements of rigorous curriculum demands by programs that sound super intimidating with myriad acronyms? What are we afraid of? Come explore ways to find a balance between what we know is awesome and what we feel we must do in the current structure of education that places emphasis on the prestige of traditional programs. Let's try to do what makes sense, empowering our teachers to run faster, climb higher and not lose steam… and do it with them.

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Liz Cho

Director of Curriculum, Gyeonggi Suwon International School
Liz Cho has been an educator for 13 years, taking on various leadership roles especially in the past 7 years. She is currently the Director of Curriculum at Gyeonggi Suwon International School (GSIS) in Korea, not too far outside the city limits of Seoul. She is passionate about empowering teachers to see themselves as leaders, and she is an avid believer in the power of servant leadership. Don't worry, this doesn't mean she is servile - she's... Read More →

Friday October 7, 2016 13:30 - 14:30

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