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Flip the system Australia : what matters in education

Author: Deborah M Netolicky; Jon Andrews; Cameron Paterson
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, [2019]
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"The Australian education system currently gives the most voice, power and agency to governments and policy makers largely disconnected from teachers. Changing education from the ground up, this book foregrounds the diverse, provocative voices of school practitioners - those working at the whiteboard, in the playground, in the boardroom - that are often ignored in education reform, and yet are crucial voices to  Read more...
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Flip the system Australia.
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, [2019]
(DLC) 2018031596
(OCoLC)1056202552
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Deborah M Netolicky; Jon Andrews; Cameron Paterson
ISBN: 9780429770517 0429770510
OCLC Number: 1076875708
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Introduction : what matters in education? / Deborah M. Netolicky, Jon Andrews and Cameron Paterson --
Elevating the professional identities and voices of teachers and school leaders in educational research, practice, and policymaking / Deborah M. Netolicky --
Teachers' perceptions of commercialisation in Australian public schools : implications for teacher professionalism /Anna Hogan and Bob Lingard --
Flipping the system, but in which direction? Reclaiming education as a public concern / Gert Biesta --
Podcasts : vehicles for professional growth and system flipping / Cameron Malcher --
Education beyond risk : vulnerability as a challenge to neoliberalism's colour-blind order / Benjamin Doxtdator --
Flipping large scale assessments : bringing teacher expertise to the table / Greg Thompson, David Rutkowski and Sam Sellar --
Schools for the future : networks and innovation / Cameron Paterson and Keren Caple --
Developing teacher leadership and collaborative professionalism to flip the system : reflections from Canada / Carol Campbell --
Changing education in action : lighting the collective efficacy flame / Gavin Hays and Adam Hendry --
From weakness to strength : turning the challenge of "out of field teaching" into a team that thrives / Yasodai Selvakumaran --
Flipping their lids : teachers' wellbeing in crisis / Andy Hargreaves, Shaneé Washington and Michael T. O'Connor --
"In 2017 we seek to be heard" : de-tangling the contradictory discourses that silence indigenous voices in education / Melitta Hogarth --
Locked out, left out : three generations schooled and classed / Kelly Cheung --
Learning with connection : shifting teachers' practice through authentic engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities / Kevin Lowe --
Empowering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in schools / Ben Lewis --
Reach them then teach them : engagement in alternative education settings / Dan Haesler and Melissa Fotea --
Makerspace as "soul work" of public schooling / Tomaz Lasic --
Equitable education in Australia : empowering schools to lead the way / Pasi Sahlberg --
Coaching for agency : the power of professionally respectful dialogue / Jon Andrews and Chris Munro --
Changing the landscape through professional learning / Rachel Lofthouse --
From silo to study group : subverting teacher learning / Ryan Gill and Carla Gagliano --
Empowering educators through flipped school leadership? / Scott Eacott --
Riding two wild horses : leading Australian schools in an era of accountability / Rebecca Cody --
A culture of trust : key practices of compelling leadership / Paul Browning --
Context matters : women leading in rural schools / Susan Bradbeer --
One school's journey to create a new education paradigm / Ray Trotter --
Finding our roots in the leaves : an ecology of change in leading learning that matters / Flossie S. G. Chua, David N. Perkins, and Daniel G. Wilson --
Conclusion : speaking hope into education discourse / Deborah M. Netolicky, Jon Andrews and Cameron Paterson.
Responsibility: edited by Deborah M. Netolicky, Jon Andrews and Cameron Paterson.

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"The Australian education system currently gives the most voice, power and agency to governments and policy makers largely disconnected from teachers. Changing education from the ground up, this book foregrounds the diverse, provocative voices of school practitioners - those working at the whiteboard, in the playground, in the boardroom - that are often ignored in education reform, and yet are crucial voices to drive change. These varied perspectives focus not on deficits of the current system, but on what they offer as alternative, empowering narratives for education: collaborative expertise; leadership; professional learning; teacher voice and autonomy, social justice, and pedagogies"--

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