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Andy Hargreaves and Dennis Shirley present a concise framework for successful and sustainable reform that integrates teacher professionalism, community engagement, government policy, and accountability. Drawing from research on traditional methods and new findin A compelling approach to lasting educational change informed by lessons learned and new successes worldwide! Drawing from research on traditional methods and new findings from around the globe, the authors offer an absorbing and insightful analysis of three major efforts of the past 25 years, outline the strengths and limitations of each model, and offer a fourth way for achieving dramatic improvement built on: Six Pillars of Purpose that support change Three Principles of Professionalism that drive change Four Catalysts of Coherence that sustain change Get A Copy.
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This book gave one view of how we got where we are in public education. I liked the ideas about how to move toward this "forth way," but I want another whole book that begins where this one ends! Jun 13, Nurlan Imangaliyev rated it really liked it. The Fourth Way: The Inspiring Future For Educational Change combines deep research into past educational reforms as well as research-based ideas and suggestions for potential future changes in education.
Aug 21, Kim rated it really liked it. Hargreaves and Shirley provide synopses of the "three prior Ways of change since World War II," with a focus on how those change strategies have played out in education. They then present "foundational principles" for a "new Fourth Way of change," with evidence of its emergence.
Jun 14, Kristin rated it liked it Shelves: books-for-school. Jul 30, Karen rated it liked it. We need to let responsibilities to education supersede accountability. There is no "one size fits all" approach to fixing our schools. We need to embrace our diversity.
This can not be done through standardized teaching and testing. Every stakeholder needs to share the responsibility and take an active role in their community schools.
The community should be held accountable for our students, not just the teachers. View 1 comment. May 07, Assel rated it liked it Shelves: passion. CHronologically presented ideas on the evolution of education and inspring ideas on the future for educational change. However, do these ideas serve as buzz words or they provide genuine thinking to drive and implement a new educational change?
Jun 17, Jill rated it liked it Shelves: work. Description pretty much sums it up. Great for giving some historical perspective to where we are, and where we are going - or at least where we should go. Good insights but very little that a building leader can implement. Apr 15, Bill rated it liked it. Good historical account of education Mar 30, Jamie Cain rated it it was ok Shelves: grad-school. Lots of hemming, hawing, and cheerleading here.
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Readers also enjoyed. About Dennis Shirley. Dennis Shirley. Shirley recently collaborated with Andy Hargreaves on a study of the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust Raising Achievement Transforming Learning Project, which raised pupil learning results in over schools in England at double the national rate in a 2-year period. For 4 years, Dr. Shirley has led a teacher inquiry project along with Boston Public Schools teacher-leader Elizabeth MacDonald; their research has been published in The Mindful Teacher.
Shirley serves on the Scholars Forum of the Public Education Network, advises the One Square Kilometer of Education school improvement project of the Freudenberg Foundation in Berlin, and collaborates with the California Teachers Association on improving schools in struggling circumstances. He has led three school improvement efforts with more than 13 million dollars in funding, and his research has been translated into German, Swedish, Spanish, and French.
He holds a doctorate from Harvard University. Books by Dennis Shirley. Angeline Boulley set out over a decade ago to write the story she wanted to read as a young Ojibwe teenager. The result is Firekeeper's Daughter, Read more No trivia or quizzes yet. Welcome back. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
A compelling approach to lasting educational change informed by lessons learned and new successes worldwide! In an expressive and absorbing style, this penetrating volume offers a plan for viable and sustainable educational reform that reflects research on traditional methods and new findings from successful school initiatives around the globe. Beginning with an incisive analysis of the three major educational change efforts of the past 25 years, Andy Hargreaves and Dennis Shirley offer a plan that integrates government policy, professional involvement, and public engagement to create an environment of greater inclusiveness, security, and humanity. Drawing on "Four Horizons of Hope"-examples of promising implementation and practice-the book demonstrates how districts and schools can achieve dramatic improvement built on:. Written for educators, consultants, and administrators at the school and district level, The Fourth Way represents an innovative vision of educational change for meeting the dramatic problems and dynamic challenges facing educators in the 21st century. Please include your name, contact information, and the name of the title for which you would like more information. In others, they have been pushed as far as they can go.
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The Global Fourth Way The Quest for Educational Excellence This example-packed sequel to The Fourth Way draws upon inspiring examples unearthed features both public and private lower and higher education institutions done One of the key achievements: Achieving Educational Excellence. Educational Excellence. Andrew Andy Hargreaves, Dennis L. Click here if your download doesn"t start The Quest for Educational Excellence. Hargreaves and Dennis Shirley]. Global Education Review, 2 2.
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