Section One. Diving Into Deep Learning Chapter 01. GOOD AT LEARNING AND GOOD AT LIFE The Urgency What Is Deep Learning? Why Deep Learning Works Systems Change and the Way Forward Getting Started Chapter 02. HOW TO USE THIS GUIDE Getting Started Organization of the Guide Building Capacity for Deep Learning Section Two. A Framework for Deep Learning Chapter 03. THE DEEP LEARNING FRAMEWORK The Deep Learning Framework Final Thoughts Chapter 04. THE GLOBAL COMPETENCIES FOR DEEP LEARNING Defining the Competencies Unique Characteristics of the Global Competencies (6Cs) Global Competencies in Action Emerging Insights Getting Started Final Thoughts Chapter 05. THE FOUR ELEMENTS OF LEARNING DESIGN Learning Partnerships Learning Environments Leveraging Digital Pedagogical Practices Final Thoughts Chapter 06. THE COLLABORATIVE INQUIRY PROCESS What Is Collaborative Inquiry? Collaborative Inquiry in Learning Design Collaborative Assessment Collaborative Assessment of School and District Conditions Final Thoughts Section Three. Learning Progressions Chapter 07. USING LEARNING PROGRESSIONS Organization Designing Learning Assessing Learning Feedback Final Thoughts Section Four. Designing Deep Learning Chapter 08. DEEP LEARNING DESIGN Learning Design: The Key Components Backward Design The Learning Design Rubric Final Thoughts Section Five. Assessment Practices Chapter 09. COLLABORATIVE ASSESSMENT The Collaborative Assessment Process Establishing Norms Managing the Process Final Thoughts Section Six. Building Capacity for Deep Learning Chapter 10. TEACHER CAPACITY FOR DEEP LEARNING Reflective Practice Coaching for Success Final Thoughts Chapter 11. SCHOOL CAPACITY FOR DEEP LEARNING The School Conditions Rubric Getting Started With Deep Learning Planning for Deep Learning Final Thoughts Chapter 12. DISTRICT CAPACITY FOR DEEP LEARNING The District Conditions Rubric Developing a District Deep Learning Plan Leveraging the Power of School Visits Final Thoughts Epilogue: Act Now References Acknowledgments About the Authors
Joanne Quinn is an international consultant and author on system change, leadership, and learning. As co-founder and global director of New Pedagogies for Deep Learning, she leads the capacity building of a global innovation partnership across eight countries focused on transforming learning. Joanne has provided leadership at all levels of education as a superintendent of education, implementation advisor to the Ontario Ministry of Education, and Director of Continuing Education at the University of Toronto. Recent books include Coherence: The Right Drivers in Action for Schools, Districts, and Systems; The Taking Action Guide for Building Coherence in Schools, Districts, and Systems; and Deep Learning: Engage the World, Change the World. Joanne's diverse leadership roles and her passion to open windows of opportunity for all give her a unique perspective on influencing positive change. Joanne McEachen is founder and CEO of The Learner First (thelearnerfirst.com), an international education consultancy based in Seattle, Washington. She leads a team of dedicated education and evaluation specialists who support school systems through the processes of assessment, measurement, and whole-system change. Her methodology interrogates systems through the eyes of their least-served learners, supporting them to embrace and celebrate students' cultural identities and individual interests and needs. Joanne also serves as the Global New Measures Director for New Pedagogies for Deep Learning (NPDL), an international partnership focused on measuring and developing six global competencies of deep learning (the "6Cs"), where she works alongside and in partnership with Michael Fullan, Joanne Quinn, and other educators and system leaders worldwide. With her NPDL cofounders, Joanne coauthored Deep Learning: Engage the World, Change the World, which shares and celebrates the learning emerging from throughout NPDL. Joanne's expertise spans every level of the educational system. She has been a teacher, principal, superintendent, and national-school-system leader in her home country of New Zealand and around the world, and she has worked with multiple large and diverse school districts in the US to bring deeper learning to life. Drawing from rich and varied experiences tackling the issues faced by schools, districts, education departments, and the individuals within them, Joanne shares measures, tools, approaches, and insights that deepen learning for every learner. Michael Fullan, OC, is the former Dean of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education and Professor Emeritus of the University of Toronto. He is co-leader of the New Pedagogies for Deep Learning global initiative. Recognized as a worldwide authority on educational reform, he advises policymakers and local leaders in helping to achieve the moral purpose of all children learning. Michael Fullan received the Order of Canada in December 2012. He holds honorary doctorates from several universities around the world. Fullan is a prolific, award-winning author whose books have been published in many languages. His book Leading in a Culture of Change received the 2002 Book of the Year Award by Learning Forward. Breakthrough (with Peter Hill and Carmel Crevola) won the 2006 Book of the Year Award from the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), and Turnaround Leadership in Higher Education (with Geoff Scott) won the Bellwether Book Award in 2009. Change Wars (with Andy Hargreaves) was named the 2009 Book of the Year by Learning Forward, and Professional Capital (with Andy Hargreaves) won the AACTE 2013 Book of the Year and the Grawemeyer Award in Education in 2015. Michael Fullan's latest books are The Principal: Three Keys for Maximizing Impact ; Coherence: The Right Drivers in Action for Schools, Districts, and Systems (with Joanne Quinn); Deep Learning: Engage the Change the World (with Joanne Quinn and Joanne McEachen); Surreal Change: The Real Life of Transforming Public Education (autobiography); and Nuance: Why Some Leaders Succeed and Others Fail. For more information on books, articles, and videos, please go to www.michaelfullan.ca.