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Monday, August 07, 2006

Change of direction...

For those of you that don't read Alan November's blog, (which you really should!) he has recently changed the way he uses it.

Previously, Alan posed questions on his blog, inviting answers from readers in the form of comments, or posed questions as a source of professional reflection.

Today I notice that Alan has started to provide some reading lists and instructions - instructions for Skype, Del.icio.us and Bloglines and a reading list for leaders looking to become 'change agents' in their schools.

Most interesting to me however was the list of questions any leader should be asking as they walk around and survey their school.

Interesting way to use a blog?

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