Random Acts to Inspire a More Positive, Intentional Teacher Culture

a small, playfully disruptive stealth team of faculty design & execute seemingly random acts to shift teaching culture with targeted purpose

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A LOW-STAKES PROTOTYPE!  CREATE FUN BY TRYING THIS IN YOUR COMMUNITY -- MAKE IT YOUR OWN PERSONAL SIDE PROJECT!  ADD IT TO YOUR MINDFULNESS PRACTICE OR JUST LET YOUR INNER PRANKSTER OF GOOD COME OUT!  

a small, stealth team of teachers + administrators uses design thinking to execute seemingly random projects to shift teaching culture with the targeted purpose of inspiring, spurring, prodding, provoking change while building positive culture.

See Attachment for DETAILS -- possibilities are endless, limited only by the design team's creativity.  

This idea should be easy to scale and adapt according to the needs of any school culture...


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This is such a fun idea, and has applicability across a huge spectrum of social environments - from the office, to schools, to community groups etc...

I am looking forward to see how this fleshes out, and am excited to help lend a hand. 

The idea of the group being "Stealth" has some novelty to it, and helps make it initially fun (reminds me of being "Booed" at halloween)  http://www.beenbooed.com/

But I would be willing to bet - that if this was implemented well - and resulted in real cultural change - the stealth part would not be nearly as necessary. I would hope that a community of sharing, helping, and improving would grow out of it.

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