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GLA/Global Fourth Way/Teachers College

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Transcript of GLA/Global Fourth Way/Teachers College

The Bermuda Triangle
Presentism
Conservatism
Privatism
Intelligent
Benchmarking
Incessant Communication
Working with Paradox
An Inspiring Dream

Education as a
Common Public Good
A Moral Economy of Education
Local Authority
Innovation
with Improvement
Platforms
for Change
Pillars
of
Purpose
Professional Capital
Strong Professional Associations
Collective Responsibility
Teaching Less to Learn More
Mindful Learning
with Technology
Prudent and Professional Approaches to Testing
Thank You!
www.dennisshirley.com
Structure of the Presentation
What's best for our students?
Dan Lortie
Schoolteacher: A Sociological Study (1975)
The Bermuda Triangle
Conservatism
Privatism


The Global Fourth Way:
The Quest for Educational Excellence



The Global Fourth Way:

The Quest for Educational Excellence

1. Core Problems in Educational Change
2. Four Ways of Change
3. Six International Case Studies
4. Fourth Way Pointers for Practice
Global Learning Alliance
Teachers College
Columbia University
April 10, 2014
Professor Dennis Shirley
Lynch School of Education
Boston College
Standards and Accountability
Data-Driven Decision Making
Four Ways of Change
The Fourth Way
Individualism and Autonomy
Big Idea: Organizing for
Public Good
California
Alberta
Big Idea: Innovation with
Improvement
Singapore
Big Idea: Teach Less, Learn More
Ontario
Big Idea: Leading from the Middle
England
Big Idea: Inspiration and
Responsiveness
Finland
Big Idea: Professional Capital
Six Case Studies
2. Singapore
A Global Reconnaissance

Pointers
for
Practice

Catalysts
of
Coherence
Principles
of
Professionalism
1. Standardization of Teaching and Learning
The Global Education
Reform Movement
(GERM)
2. Focus on Literacy and Mathematics
3. Teaching for Predetermined Results
4. Test-based Accountability
5. Increasing Bureaucratic Control
6. Merit-Based Pay for Teachers
The Crisis of Educational Change
A Global Education Market
twitter
@dennisshirley
Cornerstores
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)
Cornerstones
McKinsey & Company
The National Center on Education and the Economy
1. Finland
6. California
5. England
4. Ontario
3. Alberta
1. Human Capital
2. Social Capital
3. Moral Capital
4. Symbolic Capital
5. Decisional Capital
1. The Paradox of Control
2. The Paradox of Technology
3. The Paradox of Pedagogy
4. The Paradox of Change
5. The Paradox of Space and Time
1.Top-down and Bottom-Up
2. Lateral
3. Radial
4. Temporal
1. Inspiring Beliefs
7. Intensive Interaction
5. Integrated Strategy
4. Local Authority and Flexibility
3. Leading from the Middle
2. Moral Economy
6. Collective Responsibility
2. Inspiring Leadership
1. Courageous Leadership
5. Inclusive Leadership
4. Distributed Leadership
3. Creative Leadership
1. Professional and Political Capital
6. Professionals as Intellectuals
5. Culture of Inquiry
4. Intensive Interaction
3. Innovation with Improvement
2. Courageous Leadership
Developmentalism
Integration
Collegiality
The Learning Enriched School
Dan Lortie
Schoolteacher: A Sociological Study (1975)
www.mindfulteacher.com
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