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Dennis Shirley presents "The Fourth Way", 21st century teaching and learning, 11/07/09

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Professor Dennis Shirley gave a lively and thoughtful presentation of his research on innovative change in education, The Fourth Way, and suggested strategies for successful change in Ontario schools …

Professor Dennis Shirley gave a lively and thoughtful presentation of his research on innovative change in education, The Fourth Way, and suggested strategies for successful change in Ontario schools to produce greater success for students.

At the People for Education Conference on Nov. 7th, 2009, at York University in Toronto.

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  • Change War 10-08
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    • 1. People for Education Conference Toronto, Ontario November 7, 2009 The Fourth Way: The Inspiring Future for Educational Change With Professor Dennis Shirley Lynch School of Education Boston College
    • 2.
      • Three Historical Ways of Change
      • Three Current Paths of Distraction
      • Can We Envision a Better Way Forward?
    • 3. What is Your Vision for Your Schools?
    • 4.  
    • 5. The First Way
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    • 7. The Second Way
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    • 11. The Third Way
    • 12.
      • The Path of Autocracy
      • The Path of Technocracy
      • The Path of Effervescence
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    • 16. First Way Inspiration, Innovation, Autonomy Second Way Urgency, Consistency, Equity, and Entrepeneurialism Third Way Balance and Inclusiveness; Public Involvement; Financial Reinvestment; Better Evidence; Professional Networks
    • 17. Retain Abandon First Way Inspiration, Innovation, Autonomy License, Inconsistency and Lack of Transparency Second Way Urgency, Consistency, Equity, Entrepreneurialism Excessive Confidence in Standardization and Markets Third Way Balance and Inclusiveness Public Involvement Financial Reinvestment Better Evidence Professional Networks Persistent Autocracy “ Deliverology” Imposed Targets Obsession with Measurement Effervescent Interactions
    • 18. Are our schools distracted from their true moral purposes? If so, what could my role be in finding a better way ahead?
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      • An inspiring and inclusive vision
      • Public engagement
      • No achievement without investment
      • Corporate educational responsibility
      • Students as partners in change
      • Mindful learning and teaching
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    • 30. www.dennisshirley.net www.mindfulteacher.com [email_address] Presented at People for Education’s conference. www.peopleforeducation.com
    • 31. Questions?

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