Michael Fullan, a globally recognized authority on educational systems, leadership and change, together with Joanne Quinn and Joanne McEachen, have sparked a global social movement: New Pedagogies for Deep Learning. Ontario and other provinces in Canada have joined this innovative partnership to collectively mobilize deep learning, cultivate new pedagogies, and diffuse new practices and greater understandings. In this resource, Michael and others speak about the initial impact NPDL is having within classrooms, schools and systems.
Marlene Scardamalia holds the Presidents Chair in Education and Knowledge Technologies at OISE/University of Toronto and directs IKIT, the Institute for Knowledge Innovation and Technology—a worldwide network of innovators working to advance the frontiers of knowledge building in various sectors. Marlene has been instrumental in developing Knowledge Forum®, a technology used in countries worldwide, in education, health, business, and professional organizations. Knowledge building theories, models, practices and technologies have been developed in partnership with Carl Bereiter and team members.
Professor Roger Martin is a writer, strategy advisor and the former Dean of the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto in Canada. He is the current Institute Director of Rotman’s Martin Prosperity Institute and the Michael Lee-Chin Family Institute for Corporate Citizenship.