Edupreneur: Unleashing Teacher Led Innovation in Schools, written by Aaron Tait and Dave Faulkner offers a 15 steps guide on how to lead change in your work setting. Featuring plenty of practical advice and case studies on change led by passionate leaders, principals, and teachers, you’ll learn how you’re entirely capable of the same kind of revolutionary change.
Bring change to your educational environment with our short summary course on this incredibly inspiring book.
Additional Course Information
Our short book summary courses of non-fiction bestsellers and the latest research have been created to give you the widest range of ideas in the shortest time.
We know teachers are busy so we’ve abridged various expertise so you can apply it right away. Each course will equip you with the key insights, essential knowledge, and skills that will make the biggest difference in your role.
Our suite of school development courses all count as Continuing Professional Development and can be used as evidence in your personnel record.
Step 1 - Identify the problem you are passionate about
Step 2 - Shifting from “it’s unacceptable” to “what it will look like”
Step 3 - The obstacle
Step 4 - Understanding the roots of the problem
Step 5 - Identifying other players
Step 6 - Placing the focus on a specific root
Step 7 - Ideating 50 solutions
Step 8 - Prototyping the winners
Step 9 - Test the best idea
Step 10 - Pivot your Idea if it has failed and persevere if it has succeeded
Step 11 - Make your idea real
Step 12 - Ensure your program has proof of impact
Step 13 - Ensure your program is scalable and sustainable
Step 14 - Scale it and make change
Step 15 - When do I retire?
26 minutes - 16 videos
Guided Learning Hours
What is GLH or ‘guided learning hours’?
This number represents the approximate total combined study time required from each user to make the course truly effective. The metric is based on hundreds of thousands of cumulative study hours undertaken by the 15,000 school staff around the world that Guide has developed since 2019.
- Length of the videos
- Time taken to complete the in-video questions
- Time taken to read the additional resources
- Time taken to put items into practice
- Time taken to ensure teachers are well versed in methodologies and ideas presented within the course