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Equipping Young People for Tomorrow’s World Michael Fullan Ontario, Canada Strong Performers and Successful Reformers Lessons from PISA OECD-Tokyo, Japan Seminar June 28-29, 2011 www.michaelfullan.ca. The Idea and Importance of Whole System Reform.

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Equipping Young People for

Tomorrow’s World

Michael Fullan

Ontario, Canada

Strong Performers and Successful Reformers

Lessons from PISA

OECD-Tokyo, Japan Seminar

June 28-29, 2011

www.michaelfullan.ca

the idea and importance of whole system reform
The Idea and Importance of Whole System Reform

More equal societies almost always do better on measures of health and social problems.

—Wilkinson & Pickett, 2009

international race
International Race

Education is key to prosperity and the top countries are striving hard to get even better.

—Fullan, 2011

problem
Problem

Too narrow vs too vague

— Fullan, 2011

example one at21cs ways of thinking
Example One: AT21CSWays of Thinking
  • Creativity and innovation
  • Critical thinking, problem solving, decision making
  • Learn to learn, meta cognition

—AT21CS, 2010

example one at21cs ways of working
Example One: AT21CSWays of Working
  • Communication
  • Collaboration (teamwork)

—AT21CS, 2010

example one at21cs tools for working
Example One: AT21CSTools for Working
  • Information literacy
  • ICT literacy

—AT21CS, 2010

example one at21cs living in the world
Example One: AT21CSLiving in the World
  • Citizenship: local and global
  • Life and career
  • Personal and social responsibility

—AT21CS, 2010

at21cs remit
AT21CS Remit
  • Clear operational definitions
  • Solutions to testing
  • On screen assessments
  • Classroom based strategies

—AT21CS, 2010

example two finland citizenship skills
Example Two: FinlandCitizenship Skills
  • Thinking skills
  • Ways of working and interacting
  • Crafts and expressive skills
  • Participation and initiative
  • Self-awareness and personal responsibility

—Fullan, 2011

singapore produces citizens
Singapore Produces Citizens
  • Confident, with strong sense of right and wrong, thinking independently
  • Self-directed learners
  • Active contributors who work effectively in teams
  • Concerned citizens

—Fullan, 2011

whole system reform criteria
Whole System Reform: Criteria
  • All means all
  • Raise the bar, close the gap
  • Individual and collective capacity of educators
  • Precision/specificity
  • Deep student engagement
  • Measureable improvement/results

—Fullan, 2011

three legged stool
Three-Legged Stool
  • Standards/assessment/instruction
  • Instruction is the weakest and most difficult to develop

—Fullan, 2011

slow road to higher order skills bad news
Slow Road to Higher Order Skills:Bad News

We could find little evidence of progress toward accomplishing higher order skills.

—Fullan & Watson, 2011

slow road to higher order skills good news
Slow Road to Higher Order Skills:Good News

Several countries are setting their sights on HOS and they have a strong foundation on which to build.

—Fullan & Watson, 2011

digital dilemma
Digital Dilemma
  • The digital world of students is largely outside schooling and it is diffuse/unfocused
  • Motion Leadership/Madcap

—Fullan, 2011

engagement
Engagement
  • Re-wired students re-connected
  • Teachers precision and expertise re-ignited

—Fullan, 2011

references
References
  • CISCO/Intel/Microsoft. (2010). Assessment and teaching of 21st century skills (AT21CS): Author.
  • Fullan, M. (2011). All systems go. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin
  • Fullan, M., Watson, N. (with Cameron, D.) (2011). The slow road to higher order skills. Report to the Stupski Foundation, San Francisco, CA.
  • Wilkinson, R., & Pickett, K. (2009). The spirit level: Why more equal societies almost always do better. London: Allen Lane.