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  1. 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

  2. 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

  3. International Race Education is key to prosperity and the top countries are striving hard to get even better. —Fullan, 2011

  4. Problem Too narrow vs too vague — Fullan, 2011

  5. Example One: AT21CSWays of Thinking • Creativity and innovation • Critical thinking, problem solving, decision making • Learn to learn, meta cognition —AT21CS, 2010

  6. Example One: AT21CSWays of Working • Communication • Collaboration (teamwork) —AT21CS, 2010

  7. Example One: AT21CSTools for Working • Information literacy • ICT literacy —AT21CS, 2010

  8. Example One: AT21CSLiving in the World • Citizenship: local and global • Life and career • Personal and social responsibility —AT21CS, 2010

  9. AT21CS Remit • Clear operational definitions • Solutions to testing • On screen assessments • Classroom based strategies —AT21CS, 2010

  10. 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

  11. 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

  12. 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

  13. Three-Legged Stool • Standards/assessment/instruction • Instruction is the weakest and most difficult to develop —Fullan, 2011

  14. Slow Road to Higher Order Skills:Bad News We could find little evidence of progress toward accomplishing higher order skills. —Fullan & Watson, 2011

  15. 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

  16. Digital Dilemma • The digital world of students is largely outside schooling and it is diffuse/unfocused • Motion Leadership/Madcap —Fullan, 2011

  17. Engagement • Re-wired students re-connected • Teachers precision and expertise re-ignited —Fullan, 2011

  18. 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.