Leaders in Educational Thought: Ways of Change
Five leaders in education share their thinking about effective ways to support every student in…
Michael Fullan: Charting the Course for Change
Allan Luke: Indigenous and Ethical Education
Lisa Lunney Borden: The Power of Indigenous Knowledge
Lucy West: Orchestrating Coherence in Learning Mathematics
Dennis Shirley: Ways of Change - The Fourth Way
Leadership Matters: Open-to-Learning Conversations – VIDEO
This series includes educators from across Ontario engaging in and talking about open-to-learning conversations that are reflective, respectful and at times courageous. Although the scenarios are fictitious, the “actors” are real – educators filmed in role to share their expertise.
Having Hard Conversations
Preparing for the Conversation
Developing Skills to Engage in Open-to-Learning Conversations
Four Paths of Leadership
Cultures of Communication
Networked Learning Communities – VIDEO
Networks provide educators with opportunities to interact with each other within the boundaries of their own schools and boards or far beyond those traditional boundaries. These networks take many forms, some formal, others informal, and can include members representative of one role or of a variety of roles.
Principal Learning Teams
Principal learning teams offer educators an opportunity to engage in meaningful dialogue and focused inquiry that address issues that matter to their learning communities.
Student Work IS ALWAYS the Work
Working Together Matters
The Answers Are Always in the Room
Use of Digital Technology
Knowledge Moves Person to Person
The Power of Collaboration
"What If" Thinking: Why This, Why Now?
Know Thy Impact
Marc Prensky: Digital Wisdom
Andy Hargreaves: Leadership for Change
Steven Katz: Intentional Interruption
Schools on the Move: Collaborating, Partnering and Networking Lighthouse Program – VIDEO
The context for Schools on the Move is the diversity of Ontario and the good work being done in schools across the province. Emerging from both the Schools on the Move themselves and the research literature are five major themes that describe the practices that are required to move schools forward: