Michael Fullan and Joanne Quinn lead New Pedagogies for Deep Learning (NPDL) and are worldwide authorities on educational reform. That is why their recent visit as guests of the BYU–Public School Partnership drew many attendees from each school district. In a daylong event, they electrified the room, presenting research-backed approaches to help schools transform learning and bring success to every student.
Fullan and Quinn’s approach—aligning vision across districts, making schools relevant and engaging in a changing world,
Getting Serious About Capacity Building
Michael Fullan, Laura Schwalm, and Santiago Rincón-Gallardo
April 2, 2020
Like so many others we went virtual for the Carnegie Forum in our April 2, 75-minute session on “Getting Serious about Capacity Building”. There was a great turnout and we received some really positive feedback. A few targeted questions emerged which we respond to publicly in this note.
The first edition of Leading in a Culture of Change (LCC) was published in 2001. It was the first book that I wrote for education and business leaders alike. Several readers contacted me and said that the book made them realize how much they had failed to appreciate culture as foundational.
Now, 20 years later I re-wrote all of the chapters and updated them with the latest research, including that of our own.
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.
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.
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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This new title by Michael Fullan and Mark Edwards highlights essential, immediate changes to K-12 Education.
Solution Tree, an educational publisher and professional development provider, has announced the release of The Power of Unstoppable Momentum: Key Drivers to Revolutionize Your District by Michael Fullan and Mark A. Edwards.
Fullan and Edwards detail a simple but powerful process for integrating technology, pedagogy, and deep learning that leads to lasting change in schools and districts.
Global Gurus just announced that Michael Fullan has attained rank #8 in the Education category.
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New Pedagogies for Deep Learning is pleased to announce the Global Deep Learning Lab (May 1-3, 2017) at the Toronto Sheraton Centre. The three-day event will be attended by NPDL partners from Australia, Finland, Netherlands, New Zealand, United States, Uruguay, and many others want to explore deep learning.
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