The Radical Learners Blog

The Radical Learners blog features articles and interviews of people who:

  • believe we are here on earth to learn
  • use technology to learn, teach, & lead (and because it’s cool)
  • know that to teach without hope is to damage, but to teach with hope can save the world
  • don’t blame others but accept personal responsibility for whatever task they take on
  • infect everybody with their love of learning; most important, the children they teach

Blog Posts

The Instructional Playbook Webinar, Led by Ann Hoffman

Over the past several weeks, we've discussed some of our free webinar recordings created by ICG's senior consultants on Better Conversations and The Impact Cycle. Today, we’ll be highlighting Ann Hoffman’s free webinar based on ICG’s latest book, The Instructional...

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The Impact Cycle Webinar, Led by Michelle Harris

ICG has created a series of free webinars to help provide resources in the increasingly virtual world. Last week, we went through Ann Hoffman’s free webinar on Better Conversations, which discussed the beliefs and habits essential to having effective and meaningful...

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Better Conversations Webinar, Led by Ann Hoffman

As we all continue searching for new ways to do our work and serve student and educators, ICG has created several free webinars based on some of our most essential books and workshops, written and developed by Jim Knight and our senior consultants. In today’s post, we...

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Joellen Killion Teaches Us About the 10 Roles of a Coach

As the impact of COVID-19 continues to affect our lives, most of us are striving to learn new ways to do our jobs and maintain relationships. In times like these, it can be helpful to clearly define our roles so we can be sure we are still meeting the needs of all of...

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What Should We Do When Communication Breaks Down?

Pexels Communication is not easy work. It is even more challenging given all the uncertainty we are facing these days. It is one thing to read or hear about listening, and trust, and effective questioning, and nod our head in agreement.  “Yes of course we need to be...

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Facebook Live with Jim Knight: Part I

Last week, Jim Knight hosted a Q&A Live Facebook chat where he answered questions from coaches. Some of the questions and highlights of that chat are summarized and shared in this post, and a link to the full Q&A can be found farther below, as well as on...

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