5 Ideas for A Positive Cultural Impact

Aaron Polansky on episode 355 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast

From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis

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Aaron Polansky gives us five exciting ways to have a positive cultural impact in your school now.

Aaron Polansky positive cultural impact

Aaron Polansky positive cultural impact


Aaron Polanksy: Bio as Submitted

Profile Photo (1)Aaron Polansky is an unorthodox leader with a passion for life, and he brings his message to life with an “Authentricity” (learn more at www.AuthentricitySpeaks.com) that inspires positive change, transforms cultures, and brightens mindsets.

Polansky graduated from the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and earned a Master of Science degree in Administration with a research focus in Sport Psychology from Springfield College. He is the 2011 Wrestling USA Magazine Massachusetts Man of the Year, 2013 Massachusetts Assistant Principal of the Year, 2015 recipient of the Frederick Douglas Award for his contributions to ‘at-risk” youth, and recently served as a Keynote for the international BLC18 Conference in Boston, MA with more than 22 countries represented.

Aaron has delivered his message to schools across the United States and recently published his first children’s book, Dolphins in Trees (https://amzn.to/2LKWXaG), with NY Times bestselling authors turned publishers Dave and Shelley Burgess. Aaron has served in the capacity of coach, teacher, or administrator at all levels of education from pre-K through college.

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