After reading the first two chapters of The Innovator's Mindset, has your definition of the "innovation" changed? If so, how? What are your thoughts about having an innovator's mindset in your school or classroom? Are there other thoughts or questions about the reading you'd like to share with other participants?
It has been great to see quite a few new names along with many familiar ones in the comments. Welcome, everyone, to the conversation! A few housekeeping things before finishing up this week's post. If you are joining in the conversation for the first time this week, be sure you go back to last week's post and introduce yourself. Also, register for the book club by completing this registration form. This is a new addition with this book club and will provide me with all of the participant's names, schools/corporations, and email addresses so I can send out PGPs at the end of the book club. As I've been looking through comments I've noticed a few people's
names are showing up as "Unknown" when they comment to blog posts. Please
ensure that you have completed your Google profile. I need to know who is
making comments so that I can award PGPs at the end of the book club.
For next week we will be finishing up the first section, reading chapter 3, "Characteristics of the Innovator's Mindset."