Organizational Change Strategies

Dr. W. Patrick Dolan discussed the profound impact that labor-management collaboration between the union(s), administration (management) and board of education can have on the improvement of teaching and learning for the benefit of students.

Patrick Dolan: Organizing Through The Three Frames of Unionism – Industrial, Professional and Social Justice

September 15, 2014

Video 8 of 8 Featuring the Three Frames of Progressive Unionism

Patrick Dolan: Learning to Live Together: Building a Culture of Collaboration Focused on Improving Teaching and Learning

September 15, 2014

Video 7 of 8 Redefining and Developing the Role of the PractitionerBuilding a Collaborative Culture focused on Truth-telling and Ownership of “The Work”.

Patrick Dolan: The “Damage of Life Below” in Educational Systems and its Impact on Teaching and Learning

September 15, 2014

Video 6 of 8 Featuring the work of Peter Block http://peterblock.

Patrick Dolan: Why Public Education?

September 15, 2014

Video 5 of 8 Featuring Rudyard Kipling’s fable “How the Elephant Got His Trunk”

Patrick Dolan: Organizational Change and Change Structures

September 15, 2014

Video 4 of 8 Organizational Structures - The Military ModelBuilding Labor-Management Collaborative Structures & Processes in Districts and SitesFeaturing the work of Peter Block http://peterblock.

Patrick Dolan: The Impact of Federal and State Educational Policies in America’s Schools

September 15, 2014

Video 3 of 8 Historical Overview of Federal Education Policies from 2001-2014ESEA’s No Child Left Behind – Standards, Measurements, Accountability and WaiversRace To The Top – Evaluation Systems linking Professional Practice and Student Growth Measures, Charter Schools, State and Local Competitive GrantsCommon Core State Standards and AssessmentsThe Voice of the Professional in Education Reform Policies

Patrick Dolan: Education Reform Elements Influencing the Act of Teaching

September 15, 2014

Video 2 of 8 The What, Why and How of TeachingNo Child Left Behind (NCLB) Policies and Their Impact in Educating the Whole Child