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List of Figures and Tables Foreword by Michael Fullan Preface 1. Charting the Course Understanding Current Structures Setting a Course for Recalculation Mapping Pathways to Career Readiness Navigating Pathways to Career Readiness From Good to Great to Innovate 2. Leadership Matters! Leadership Context Matters Leadership Roles Matter Motion Leadership Matters Innovation Leadership Matters What Matters Most in Leading Innovation? Breaking Barriers From Good to Great to Innovate 3. All FACES Matter! Relentless Pursuit to Excellence and Achievement - Matters! Shared Beliefs and Understandings An Inclusive Equitable Learning Community: Constructing Pathways Together Matters A Culture of Innovation and Mutual Respect From Good to Great to Innovate 4. Closing the Gap to Raise the Bar Data Matters! Foundational Literacy Skills Matter! Getting Started From Good to Great to Innovate 5. Choice Matters! Learning Journeys Clearing the Pathway Congestion Clearly Articulated Pathways Matter! Shared Learning: What's Working? From Good to Great to Innovate 6. Skilled Teachers Matter! Knowledge Building and Knowledge Creation Collaborative Inquiry as Knowledge Mobilization Experiential Learning Is for Everyone! From Good to Great to Innovate Epilogue by Andy Hargreaves Appendices Appendix A: Recalculating the Route: Striking a New Leadership Balance Appendix B: Detailed Explanation of How Individual Lenses of the Innovation Leadership Prism Are Relational Appendix C: Tips for Parents Appendix D: Sample Pathways Questions Appendix D Continued: Sample Student Pathway Questions Appendix E: Career Pathways in Agriculture & Career Pathways for Health Care Settings in York Region Appendix F: Co-Teaching Cycle Appendix G: Sample Pathway Tracking Appendix H: Student "Innovation Mindset" Self-Assessment Sheet Appendix I: Exploring Opportunities Program (EOP) Credit Accumulation Appendix J: Personalized Placement Learning Plan (PPLP) Appendix K: Forms of Experiential Learning References
Consulting Description: Data Consulting Description: Leadership Lyn Sharratt coordinates the doctoral internship program in Educational Administration for the Department of Leadership, Higher and Adult Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. Lyn is the former Superintendent of Curriculum & Instruction Services in the York Region District School Board, a large Canadian school district, where she and her curriculum team analyzed assessment data and developed a comprehensive literacy improvement program which they launched with the cooperation of senior leadership, principals in over 200 schools, and 9,000 teachers. The continuously improving 14 Parameter program resulted in increased achievement for a diverse, multicultural, and multilingual population of over 115,000 students, and the district became the top performing district in Ontario. Lyn has been a curriculum consultant and administrator, and she has also taught all elementary grades and secondary-age students in inner-city and rural settings. Lyn has analyzed and commented on public policy for a provincial trustee organization, the Ontario Public School Boards' Association, has taught pre-service education at York University, and led in-service professional learning in a provincial teachers' union head office. She is lead author, with Michael Fullan, of Realization: The Change Imperative for Increasing District-Wide Reform (Corwin, 2009); Putting FACES on the Data: What Great Leaders do! (Corwin, 2012), and with author/colleague Gale Harild, Good to Great to Innovate: Recalculating the Route to Career Readiness (Corwin, 2015). Currently, Lyn is on the Advisory Board of the International System and School Leadership Programs for the Ontario Principals' Council, is an Author Consultant for Corwin Publishing and consults internationally, working with states, systems, school districts, administrators, curriculum consultants, and teachers in Australia, Canada, Chile, the United States, the United Kingdom systematically increase all students' achievement by putting FACES on the data and taking intentional action to move from Good to Great to Innovate. Visit her website at www.lynsharratt.com; join her on Twitter @LynSharratt and participate with tens of thousands in her Educational Leadership Group on LinkedIn.
"The authors are to be applauded for advocating it is time for education leaders and skilled teachers to re-claim their role in the dynamic processes of educational change, particularly in the current context of the complex `social drivers' identified early in the text. Innovative approaches to setting the course for career readiness and fostering positive attitudes to life-long learning are presented and supported with a veritable smorgasbord (including input from over forty-one jurisdictions around the world), of supports, resources and guidance systems to assist all students in finding their own `True North'." -- Susan E. Elliot-Johns, Ph.D. "Without question the job market demands agility, resourcefulness, innovation and fearlessness. How will the education community respond? The authors of Good to Great to Innovate brilliantly map the DNA of a relevant education. Our call: to strip barriers and envision unlimited pathways to success." -- Debbie Hedgepeth, Assistant Superintendent "Through extensive research and practical examples, this outstanding book puts forward a compelling case for structured, collaborative inquiry processes to achieve success for ALL students. We are reminded of the importance of maintaining a relentless focus, keeping alignment at all levels and feedback processes where feedback is both given and received. Significantly, the authors show that attention to perception data, particularly those of students, is vital in order to move from Good to Great to Innovate. The emphasis on student voice and collaboration between all stakeholders, elements too often lacking in previous school improvement conversations, sets this book apart and lays the foundation for leaders at all levels to challenge the `status quo'." -- Janelle Wills, Director "Congratulations and thanks Lyn Sharratt and Gale Harild for this inspirational look at Innovation as the next step to move school systems from Good to Great. Lynn and Gale have synthesized current research and put forward real-life case studies to demonstrate that students succeed when there is an acute focus on instructional practice that is elevated by shifts in teacher mind-set and leadership development. The authors have cleverly presented complex data and research using straightforward language and graphics. This enticing approach will help educators clearly understand that the attainable solutions presented in each chapter will support every student. The examples and advice shared throughout this book and it's precursor, Putting FACES on the Data have been catalysts for leading my team to thoughtful collective action within our K- 12 Family of Schools as we create pathways for literate graduates together." -- Joy Uniac, Superintendent of Education