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Why Teachers Must Become Change Agents Michael Fullan. Dr. Karen Burke, CSJ Western Connecticut State University. Personal Reflection. Why did you become a educator? Why do you remain in education?. To Make A Difference in the Lives of Students. Fullan’s Theme.

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why teachers must become change agents michael fullan

Why Teachers Must Become Change AgentsMichael Fullan

Dr. Karen Burke, CSJ

Western Connecticut State University

personal reflection
Personal Reflection
  • Why did you become a educator?
  • Why do you remain in education?
fullan s theme
Fullan’s Theme
  • To make teaching a noble and effective profession teachers must combine the mantle of moral purpose with the skills of change agentry.
four core capacities for building greater change capacity
Four Core Capacities for Building Greater Change Capacity
  • Personal Vision-Building
  • Inquiry
  • Mastery
  • Collaboration
personal vision building
Personal Vision-Building
  • Examining and re-examining why we came into teaching.
  • What difference am I trying to make personally?
  • Creating a vision forces us to take a stand for a preferred future.
  • Alternative Assignment: Write your own vision statement for you as an educator.
inquiry
Inquiry
  • “The essential activity for keeping our paradigm current is persistent questioning.”
  • Life-long learners
  • Career-long learners
  • Fueled by information and ideas in the environment.
mastery
Mastery
  • Expertise is central to successful change.
  • Strong initial teacher education
  • Career-long staff development
  • Not just exposed to new ideas but skilled in them!
collaboration
Collaboration
  • There is a ceiling effect to how much we can learn if we keep it to ourselves.
    • Work together
    • Join forces
    • Team up
    • Work in partnership
    • Pool resources
    • Act as a team
    • Cooperate with each other