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
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
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
Video 6 of 8 Featuring the work of Peter Block http://peterblock.
Video 5 of 8 Featuring Rudyard Kipling’s fable “How the Elephant Got His Trunk”
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.
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
Video 2 of 8 The What, Why and How of TeachingNo Child Left Behind (NCLB) Policies and Their Impact in Educating the Whole Child
Patrick Dolan: Building Labor-Management Partnerships to Improve Teaching and Learning Through CEC and TURN
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