radical learners



This blog by Jim Knight explores the concept of radical learners who:

  • believe we are here on earth to learn
  • use technology to learn, teach, or 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

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Better Conversations

My newest book, Better Conversations, is being released today, so I am posting a short excerpt from the new book. You can see the link for the trailer for the book here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3FrWTXC8Uw During one of my presentations on Better Conversations,...

The Power of Words

Originally published February 26, 2013 on reading.org The Eskimos have 52 words for snow because it is so special to them; there ought to be as many for love. —Margaret Atwood We tried to talk it over, but the words got in the way. —Leon Russell Margaret Atwood is...

Welcome to Monday Morning Coaching

Over the past decade, I have written quite a few columns about instructional coaching and published them in a number of different ways. Many of these columns address questions that are front and center in many coaches’ minds. I have decided to share those columns...

Burning Bright

Last year my wife Jenny completed the Wisconsin Ironman Competition in Madison. In case you are not aware, an Ironman involves a 2.4 mile swim in open water, a 112 mile bike ride and a marathon—a 26.2 mile run. That is not all. There are cut off times for each of the...