What does it mean to give birth to an idea? How do our small birthing moments create a ripple effect from our local communities out into the world? This presentation challenges the traditional notions of the ways in which schools and communities can work together.
Kelley Waldron is the assistant head of school for Academic Affairs and lower school head at St. Andrew’s School as well as the founder of Teach the Future Fellowship. She is passionate about doing the right things in education for our students, schools and communities. This means always having an open ear and mind about thoughtful ideas and researching what it means to help our students reach their fullest potential through education. Kelley is the wife of a minister in the United Methodist Church and the mother of two wonderful children. Whenever she can, Kelley enjoys being by the ocean with friends and family.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx