Presentation on theme: "2003 THE PROFESSIONAL CULTURE. 2003 THE PROFESSIONAL CULTURE FIVE PROPOSITIONS 1.We have a crisis in recruitment and retention which continues to intensify."— Presentation transcript:
2003 THE PROFESSIONAL CULTURE FIVE PROPOSITIONS 1.We have a crisis in recruitment and retention which continues to intensify. 2.The professional ethos and structures we were accustomed to are shifting radically. 3.Most training does not meet the essential needs of schools or teachers. 4.The Wellbeing: Work/Life balance agenda must move Centre-Stage. 5.We must change the way we lead schools or grow increasingly ineffectual.
STUDENTS’ LEARNING FOR THE 21ST CENTURY (UNESCO) Learning to know Curriculum Teaching and Learning revolution Core Skills The Entitlement to Achievement Learning to do Access and Progression Pathways & Opportunities Employability Entitlement to Empowerment Learning to Be The Process of Becoming Personal Growth Emotional Intelligence Participation Entitlement to Identity Learning to Live Humane Education Lifelong Learning Inclusive Community Available Futures Entitlement to Culture
PROFESSIONAL LEARNING Learning to know Subject expertise Key/Core Skills Pedagogy Contextual Knowledge Learning to do Teaching and Learning Methodologies Action research Peer engagement Mentorship Learning to Be National Wellbeing Programme Collaboration + Partnership Entitlement and Opportunity Learning to Live Renewal Strategies Succession Planning Resourcing the team CPD
PROFESSIONAL LEARNING - EXAMPLES Learning to know Enhanced ITT Prog. Linked to Specialisms Enhanced ITT “Curriculum” Leading The Learning Programme Learning to Be National Wellbeing Programme Local & regional networks Professional Partnerships Learning to Live ITT: network SS Partners NT qualifications AST’s, LFTM, NPQH E-CPD Learning to do Enhanced ITT methodology: ICT Mentor Training MM Programme Action research (Diploma)
LEADERS’ LEARNING Learning to know Understanding Teaching & Learning Contextual Knowledge Research and Development Learning to do Critical Thinking Futures Thinking Making Connections Learning to Be Prepare and Sustain Emotional Intelligence Peer Support & Confirmation Continuous Renewal Learning to Live Collaborative Professional Community Strategic Social Alliances Learning for regeneration