Fullan & Hargreaves: Bringing the Profession Back In

December 23, 2016 at 1:00 pm Leave a comment

This is a thought provoking, passionate article – great to launch into the holiday break. Check this out!

Fullan, M. & Hargreaves, A. (2016). Bringing the profession back in: Call to action. Oxford, OH: Learning Forward.

From page 2 :    “The essence of our argument is that PLD, carefully defined, is at the heart of an effective and continuously growing teaching profession and, in turn, the best visions and versions of it are rooted firmly in a system culture of collaborative professionalism that cultivates individual and collective efficacy. Becoming a teacher is about moral purpose. It is about teachers’ commitment to an agenda focused on equity and making a positive difference to children’s lives. Enhancing the role of teachers individually and collectively in learning to lead the development of practice must be deeply rooted in a learning culture.”

  • Page 21 describes actions for teachers
  • Page 22 describes actions for systems
  • page 23 describes actions for Canada

Happy Holidays everyone, Rowan

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