This episode features Carolyn Cameron, who currently works as an instructor at the University of Calgary in the Werklund School of Education. Throughout her career she has been a teacher, an assistant principal, a principal, a district principal, responsible for leadership development and has worked for Alberta Education, helping to implement new Principal Quality Standards. She has far ranging experience that helps us to improve our practice and get better.
You can connect with Carolyn on twitter @carolynjcameron
Great quote from Carolyn, “When teachers stop learning, so do their students.”
Book recommendation: Student-centered Leadership by Vivanne Robinson
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