This is a guest blog post written by a student in my MCOM 473 class summer 2020 at Trinity Western University. I am posting this with the permission of Lesley Millward and am thrilled to be able to share this with you. For years there has been an unspoken rule that women are to stay..
Category: Adult Education
What makes a good team player? According to respected and very successful leadership expert, Patrick Lencioni, author of The Ideal Team Player, members who are humble, hungry (driven for results) and people smart. A person, to be a good team player needs to be able to: admit mistakes have a sense of urgency or passion..
“Don’t be afraid to speak, be afraid what will happen to the whole truth if you don’t” (Joan Chittister, in On Women edited by Sanchez-Small, Leathley, Kownacki, 2020). Have you ever wondered if you should say something about what you’re thinking, how you’re reacting to an event, a process, a policy, or feeling uncomfortable or..
What is ethics? The word derives from the Greek word ethos, meaning ‘custom’, ‘usage’ or ‘character’. Standard definitions of ethics have typically included such phrases as ‘the science of the ideal human character’ or ‘the science of moral principle, integrity, duty’. And moral, derived from the Latin mos, moris ‘manner’, ‘custom’, ‘habit’, ‘way of life’,..
anchor.fm/adrienne-castellon I started my own podcast! The Reflective Practitioner is what I’m calling it. I wanted students in an upcoming class to learn how to make a podcast so I needed to learn how to do it first! Check it out if you’re interested: My first effort has room for improvement! My oven timer..
For many years, Jean Vanier has influenced my personal and professional journey. I have taught and written about inclusion, the dignity of the human person and peace leadership in reference to Vanier, the founder of L’Arche. Because of his great impact on my life, I am profoundly disturbed by the news that he was a..
https://www.dropbox.com/s/n13o63cb7wnlkrt/Indigenization%20Through%20Story.mp4?dl=0 Click on the link above to listen and view a recent presentation I gave with friend and colleague Diane Jubinville, District Vice-Principal of Indigenous Education in the Delta school district. The conference was for educators from the Heritage Christian Online School – RenewED Conference August 27, 2019 in Kelowna
“Helping students know something is not at all the same thing as helping students be something” (Frye, Taylor & Stafford, 2017) When I read this statement recently it challenged me as a professor of graduate studies. I aim to create self awareness that leads to personal and professional transformation through the discipline of leadership studies…
https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/education/kindergarten-to-grade-12/teach/teacher-regulation/standards-for-educators/edu_standards.pdf There is a new Professional Standard for BC Educators (linked above). Standard 9 honours the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. I am personally pleased to see the aspirational and expectant message this new standard communicates. To be sure, all Canadians are called..