Interviews

Have you read these articles?: Two new articles and our Interview with Peter DeWitt have been posted

Here are 6 Reasons Our Students Should Be Seen as Changemakers

Michael Fullan
September 6, 2022

When It Comes to the Teacher Shortage, Who’s Abandoning Whom?

Michael Fullan & Joanna Rizzotto
August 15, 2022

 

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Total Human Capital (THC), Asking the Hard Questions, Interview with Michael Fullan

In this 53-minute recording, Teresa Hand-Campbell (THC) interviews Michael Fullan covering updated research in education, the impact of COVID-19 on education, the right drivers for whole system success, New Pedagogies for Deep Learning, and much more.

September 2021

https://youtu.be/j5LNxpjpgyI

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Budgeting for Educational Equity Podcast

https://www.buzzsprout.com/1824178/9116323
Budgeting for Educational Equity
4 – The Time and Space to Innovate Towards Equitable School Systems
AUGUST 31, 2021 CASBO AND WESTED EPISODE 4

School districts face extreme urgency to safely return students to in-person environments and help them recover from a pandemic that has not yet ended. At the same time, leaders and practitioners are pressing to expeditiously but thoughtfully allocate a windfall of new state and federal dollars – all the while trying to leverage the unique opportunity created by these circumstances to bring about transformative changes to our public school systems.

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Our Increasingly Troubled World Creates an Engaging Opportunity for Students

Education Week Blog
By Peter DeWitt
April 28, 2019

http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/finding_common_ground/2019/04/why_pedagogy_and_politics_must_partner.html

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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Why Pedagogy and Politics Must Partner

Education Week Blog
By Peter DeWitt
April 25, 2019

http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/finding_common_ground/2019/04/why_pedagogy_and_politics_must_partner.html

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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Leader Educators Around the Planet

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:

  1. What is the impact of globalization on school leaders?
  2. What are the biggest challenges facing systems and school leaders now?
  3. What are the biggest challenges across the next five years?

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TES Interview

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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