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Teacher Retention: Who’s Abandoning Whom? with Michael Fullan and Joanna Rizzotto

Leaders Coaching Leaders

In a follow up to their widely popular Edweek article, the luminary Michael Fullan and seasoned practitioner Joanna Rizzotto discuss the roots of our teacher retention problem—the system of schooling itself. They contend that we need to shift to a humanity-based model where schools and communities can experience greater local autonomy and improve practices from the bottom up. One of the first steps is to have the more centralized figures connect with the people on the ground; the educators, parents, and students who see it all first. Such interactions would truly show teachers and other community members their value and give district leaders the data they need to make the most effective, holistic decisions. As Fullan and Rizzotto see it, teachers—especially those that stick around—have never left their calling, they have just abandoned an outmoded structure that too often isn’t nimble or responsive enough changing times.  

47mins

19 Sep 2022

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Series 11 Episode 1: Nuanced Leadership - Michael Fullan

Game Changers

The Game Changers podcast celebrates those true pioneers in education who are building schools for tomorrow. In this first conversation of Series Eleven, we talk with renowned educator Michael Fullan. Michael is the Global Leadership Director, New Pedagogies for Deep Learning (NPDL) and a worldwide authority on educational reform with a mandate of helping to achieve the moral purpose of all children learning. A former Dean of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) of the University of Toronto, Michael advises policymakers and local leaders around the world to provide leadership in education. Michael received the Order of Canada in December 2012. He holds honorary doctorates from several universities in North America and abroad.Our series sponsor is a School for tomorrow. and Portland Education's Lead Now Coaching Program. To find out more, visit www.aschoolfortomorrow.com/coachingThe Game Changers podcast is produced by Oliver Cummins for Orbital Productions, supported by a School for tomorrow (aschoolfortomorrow.com), and powered by CIRCLE. The podcast is hosted on SoundCloud and distributed through Spotify, Google Podcasts, and Apple Podcasts. Please subscribe and tell your friends you like what you are hearing. You can contact us at gamechangers@circle.education, on Twitter and Instagram via @GameChangersPC, and you can also connect with Phil and Adriano via LinkedIn and Twitter. Let’s go!

47mins

2 Aug 2022

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TER #198 - Spirit Work and the Science of Collaboration with Michael Fullan - 09 June 2022

Australian Educators Online Network

Timecodes:00:00 – Opening Credits01:31 – Intro04:22 – Kolber’s Corner12:28 – Education in the News24:08 – Feature Introduction26:45 – Interview – Michael Fullan01:05:52 – Patreon shout-outss01:06:58 – Episode 200, 9th Anniversary special!Links:– Steven Kolber on Twitter – https://twitter.com/steven_kolber– Michael Fullan’s Website – https://michaelfullan.ca/– Spirit Work and the Science of Collaboration – https://www.acel.org.au/ItemDetail?iProductCode=9781071845493&Category=NEWRELEASE&WebsiteKey=20e11af7-b4d0-4ed8-b16e-21ea248da601Support TER Podcast at www.Patreon.com/TERPodcastTranscript available at https://terpodcast.com/2022/06/09/ter-198-spirit-work-and-the-science-of-collaboration-with-michael-fullan-8-june-2022/

1hr 13mins

8 Jun 2022

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TER #198 - Spirit Work and the Science of Collaboration with Michael Fullan - 09 June 2022

Teachers Education Review

Timecodes:00:00 – Opening Credits01:31 – Intro04:22 – Kolber’s Corner12:28 – Education in the News24:08 – Feature Introduction26:45 – Interview – Michael Fullan01:05:52 – Patreon shout-outss01:06:58 – Episode 200, 9th Anniversary special!Links:– Steven Kolber on Twitter – https://twitter.com/steven_kolber– Michael Fullan’s Website – https://michaelfullan.ca/– Spirit Work and the Science of Collaboration – https://www.acel.org.au/ItemDetail?iProductCode=9781071845493&Category=NEWRELEASE&WebsiteKey=20e11af7-b4d0-4ed8-b16e-21ea248da601Support TER Podcast at www.Patreon.com/TERPodcastTranscript available at https://terpodcast.com/2022/06/09/ter-198-spirit-work-and-the-science-of-collaboration-with-michael-fullan-8-june-2022/

1hr 13mins

8 Jun 2022

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Leaders Lounge - 4.10 - Michael Fullan

The Australian Leaders Lounge

Former Dean of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Michael Fullan presents "Is this your moonshot moment? A once in a lifetime opportunity to engage the right drivers for system success" at the ACEL 2021 National Conference.Support the show

23mins

8 May 2022

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Courageous Leadership with Michael Fullan, Mark Edwards, Marty Polio, and Joris Ray

Leaders Coaching Leaders

Covid. Book bans. Polarizing legislation. The last few years have been relentless in their efforts to pull district leaders’ attentions away from the normal business of running schools. But some leaders have remained a true beacon of light, keeping everyone’s eye on what is best for students. They remind educators that it is not SEL, or academics, or inclusion, but all of the above if we want an effective response to current challenges; that courage is the trait that precedes all others when deciding how to respond in a crisis. Listen as four leaders from all over the country show how they use their “spirit” to stay focused, build belonging, and successfully lead their schools. 

28mins

2 May 2022

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Students, Systemness, and Spirit: A Conversation with Michael Fullan

EduRevolution

Michael Fullan and I sit down for a conversation about hope and the opportunity to unite a nation through students and education.  We are at moment in history where the global pandemic, divisive political views, and glaring inequalities just might be disruptive enough to create an opportunity to finally (really) transform public education.  We discuss the path forward and provide a framework to unify and engage our communities by collaboratively building a Portrait of a Graduate (Learner), rooted in Deeper Learning and the six Cs: Communication, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, Creativity, Citizenship, and Character. Learning needs to be student-centered and the entire educational system should to be oriented in such a way that students and teachers are liberated from the constraints that impede students from gaining the skills and dispositions to prepare them to solve the world's most difficult challenges. EduRevolution website: https://www.k12sharing.org/edurevolutionpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/EduRevPodcast Guest Information Michael Fullan https://michaelfullan.ca/ https://twitter.com/MichaelFullan1 https://deep-learning.global/--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michaelrmccormick/support

36mins

9 Mar 2022

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Episode 10: Spirit Work and The Science of Collaboration with Michael Fullan

Leader Chat With Jeff Rose

Dr. Fullan elevates our understanding, truly setting a new bar, relative to the need for deep collaboration in our schools and communities.

44mins

8 Dec 2021

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"Is it fair to ask young people to save the world?" - A Conversation with Michael Fullan

Free Range Humans

Michael Fullan is the former Dean of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, and Professor Emeritus of the University of Toronto. He is co-leader of the New Pedagogies for Deep Learning global initiative (npdl.global). Recognized as a worldwide authority on educational reform, he advises policymakers and local leaders in helping to achieve the moral purpose of all children learning. Highlights from his conversation with Rod and Jal include: definitions of coherence and enactment; an emphasis on leading from the middle instead of traditional ideas of top-down or bottom up; how districts waste too much money on policies that don't impact equity; the importance of student involvement in policy making conversations; and how to make students feel a greater connection to the success of humanity.

52mins

14 Oct 2021

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Changing Conversations Live with Michael Fullan

Changing Conversations

Following two very popular previous episodes with Michael Fullan on the podcast, this was a live event on April 28th 2021 with various audience members in attendance from around the globe. Michael delivers a presentation on his 'Right Drivers for Whole System Success' paper and responds to questions provided by the audience. The video of this event is available by sending us a direct message via our twitter feed. Find out more about Michael's work https://michaelfullan.ca/3460-2/

1hr 22mins

4 Jun 2021

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