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The 21st Century Learning Conference is an annual event in Hong Kong where teachers, staff, and school leaders come together to learn, share and discuss current & emerging topics in education with thought leaders, technology, and learning experts, and their peers. With over 650 attendees from 33 countries, it is the event of choice for a diverse international audience. The event blends together inspirational keynotes, practitioner-led workshop sessions, and fun networking opportunities.
Friday, March 8 • 4:45pm - 5:30pm
Closing Keynote: Collaborative Professionalism: the next educational frontier

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Collaboration is the new chorus line of educational improvement.  Whether teachers should collaborate is no longer an issue. Any profession worthy of its name depends upon people sharing their knowledge and expertise. The key question now is what are better and worse ways to collaborate? How do we design collaboration? What do we know about the relative merits of professional learning communities, lesson study, data teams, or school networks, for example? And how do we take promising designs from one place and use them effectively in another?
 
In this keynote, based on his Spring 2018 book, Andy Hargreaves will inspire us not just to collaborate, but drawing on his research on different ways of collaborating in the US and four other countries, he will show us how to collaborate effectively with depth, focus, boldness and purpose.

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Dr. Andy Hargreaves

President of the International Congress of School Effectiveness & Improvement, Boston College
Dr. Andy Hargreaves is the President of the International Congress of School Effectiveness & Improvement and is is known as one of the top global thought leaders in education. He is the former Thomas More Brennan Chair of Education at the Lynch School of Education at Boston College.Andy... Read More →


Friday March 8, 2019 4:45pm - 5:30pm
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