Report on building effective teachers, teaching environments

September 2, 2015 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

CMEC has released a copy of a report titled Implementing highly effective teacher policy and practice: The 2015 International Summit on the Teaching Profession.

From page 3 “The goal of this Summit was to share emerging best practices and issues around the following three interrelated topics that are critical to the success of education systems in the modern era:

  • Promoting and developing effective leadership
  • Valuing teachers and strengthening their effectiveness
  • Encouraging innovation to create twenty-first-century learning environments”

The chapters are (see below) and each chapter includes its own conclusions and a series of recommendations:

  • Promoting and developing effective leadership
  • Valuing teachers and strengthening their effectiveness
  • Encouraging innovation to create twenty-first-century learning environments
  • Next steps

From page 30, at the end of the summit, Canada’s overall goals, inter-provincially are:

“Forty Canadians from every province met and agreed to create more op­portunities for teacher leadership and recognition and to foster climates of collab­oration in schools that support deeper learning and practice. They also reiterated Canada’s commitment to fostering a climate of high expectations and well-being of all students, with special attention to integration of services, and inclusive educa­tion for all, especially Aboriginal children.”

Check it out!

Rowan

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