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TV Ontario’s Steve Paikin has Michael Fullan on The Agenda on Aboriginal Education

A panel discussion on the future of aboriginal education, a lecture on how technology is changing the face of classrooms and educational activities for children will be part of TVO activities in Peterborough March 2 and 3.

TVO, the province’s public educational media organization, is bringing its On the Road program to Trent University in Peterborough’s north end.

This year, the theme for the On the Road series is Learning 2030, said Jill Javet, TVO vice president of communications and marketing.

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How Schools Can Really Improve

The idea is to improve performance overall in schools. International education reform expert, Michael Fullan, has a different idea. Fullan says if schools in New York want to improve they need to foster motivation in teachers and students. Fullan spoke on February 11at the New York State Muscum in Albany. He explained Ontario’s approach on the public radio program, the Capital Pressroom.

Listen to Michael’s February 11 speech at:

http://www.northcountrypublicradio.org/news/story/21422/20130211/how-schools-can-really-improve-in-one-expert-s-view

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Great to Excellent: Launching the Next Stage of Ontario’s Education Agenda

As Special Advisor to the Premier of Ontario, Michael Fullan reviews key aspects of the nine year journey working with Premier Dalton McGuinty and sets the stage for the next phase in this newest publication. See Articles, 2013.

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Motion Leadership in Action – Halifax, April 11, 2013

Do your school reform efforts frequently sputter or stall? In this indispensable sequel to the bestseller Motion Leadership, Michael Fullan shares the real-life strategies and results of educators who have used motion leadership to propel entire organizations and systems forward. Success stories from around the world illustrate how educators can use a small number of specific actions to generate momentum for lasting change.

Motion Leadership in Action addresses:

  • Creating and leading movement in the right direction and at the right time
  • Implementing a “ready-fire-aim” mindset
  • Emphasizing the importance of collaboration
  • Forging relationships while handling resistance and
  • Establishing your change stance in order to get better results.

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Order of Canada – Message from Michael

Thank you for the flood of congratulations pouring in concerning the Order of Canada. It is a fantastic honour from a great country and education system. This recognition is shared with the thousands of Canadian educators with whom I have worked directly, and the millions beyond that in Canada and internationally that I have encountered. I take collective pride in what we have and will continue to accomplish in educating students and teachers to make the world better for everyone.

Best wishes for 2013.

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Pearson Hosts Michael Fullan at their Inaugural School Leadership Seminars

Michael presented to 190 participants at MLC Burwood, Sydney on November 6th.

To download the PDF of the presentation slides, please click below:

Stratosphere: Integrating Technology, Pedagogy and Change Knowledge.

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Pearson Hosts Michael Fullan at their Inaugural School Leadership Seminars in Sydney and Melbourne on November 6th and 29th

Michael will be presenting his latest theories on technology, pedagogy and change knowledge, based on his new book Stratosphere at each of these seminars. A Q&A session will follow.

November 6th in Sydney
November 29th in Melbourne

For more information, please see Pearson’s website:
http://www.pearson.com.au/educator/professional-learning/leadership/

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