What today’s teens need most from schools is learning that fosters engagement and connection. That may mean changing everything.
Teens are disengaged in school and need learning environments that foster engagement, connection, and a greater sense of purpose. The most important change required in education is cultural. Are high schools doing enough to help students engage with meaningful challenges?
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Michael Fullan explains why and how educators should set up students to do well in school and in life.
A Unity of Purpose and Action
By Matt Scott
July 2019, Volume 42, Issue 1
Michael Fullan addressing attendees at NAESP’s annual conference. Photo courtesy of Lifetouch®.
During the Pre-K–8 Principals Conference in Spokane, Washington, keynote speaker Michael Fullan highlighted his latest research on deep learning and revealed an inspiring message on how students and teachers respond best if they are focusing on global competencies.
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For the past six years California has been diligently pursuing statewide success in student achievement. They are now poised to go the distance. With a new governor and new state superintendent and an agenda to build on. Read our new report: “California’s Golden Opportunity: Learning is the Work” and see the Six Key Recommendations for success. Watch for one of the most exciting system change possibilities in US education!
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Education Week Blog
By Peter DeWitt
April 28, 2019
Today’s guest blog, Part Two of two blogs, is written by Michael Fullan, an international expert on leadership and school systems.
We know that the world is becoming increasingly troubled because of climate change, unclear and diminished job markets, growing inequity, increased anxiety and stress, wild and unpredictable technology, deterioration of trust, and crumbling social cohesion. This has had an incredible impact on education because in many ways this all plays out in our schools.
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Education Week Blog
By Peter DeWitt
April 25, 2019
Today’s guest blog is written by Michael Fullan, an international expert on leadership and school systems.
Five years ago, we started to work with education systems on “deep learning.” We did this partly because increasing numbers of students were bored with regular schooling—as many as 70 percent were disengaged.
However, we also found that the world was becoming increasingly troubled because of climate change,
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Break the cycle of surface-level change and failure
How do leaders become clearer as complexity increases? We live in a world where decisions require judgment, getting people on board, drawing on local knowledge, ingenuity, and commitment. As leaders, how do you get beneath surface-level change to tackle complex challenges with depth and clarity.
Nuance is the answer.
Michael Fullan returns with an eminently readable, compelling and practical guide on the three habits of nuance: joint determination,
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Michael Fullan responds to 8 killer change questions from Leader Educators Around the Planet. LEAP is the New South Wales International Study Group based in Australia. Videotaped at the Ontario Principals’ Council this 33-minute video focuses on school leadership development.
The questions posed are:
- What is the impact of globalization on school leaders?
- What are the biggest challenges facing systems and school leaders now?
- What are the biggest challenges across the next five years?
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Don’t be ‘selfish’, former Blair adviser warns academies
International expert urges academies not to be overly competitive, telling them: ‘Don’t get good at a bad game’
A former adviser to Tony Blair has warned academies that competing for pupils, instead of collaborating with other schools, is “selfish” and “self-defeating”.
International education expert Michael Fullan used a conference speech today to warn academies: “Don’t get good at a bad game.”
Speaking at the Inspiring Leadership Conference in Birmingham,
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Nous sommes heureux de lancer notre page de contenu en français où nous publierons des vidéos, des documents et des articles dès qu’ils seront disponibles.
Nous sommes en mesure de le faire grâce à des collaborations avec plusieurs systèmes francophones qui ont fourni des traductions au cours des dernières années. En particulier, nous avons collaboré avec le Centre de transfert pour la réussite éducative du Québec (CTREQ) qui a permis la traduction de plusieurs vidéos.
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In this Education Week Teacher interview, Larry Ferlazzo probes Michael Fullan, Joanne Quinn and Joanne McEachen, authors of ‘Deep Learning: Engage the World Change the World‘, to find out what deep learning really means and why it is so important for student success.
By Larry Ferlazzo on January 23, 2018 7:44 PM
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