The report advocates for collaborative professionalism –as compared to professional collaboration– as optimal for evolving a community of expertise and service among teachers, built on collegial solidarity, candid, thoughtful feedback and collective responsibility. Drawing from fully sketched portraits of several education communities globally, the research provides designs related to curriculum, pedagogy, assessment, and whole child development. In collaborative professionalism, we want more collaboration and more professionalism involving good data and good judgment, and more courageous engagement with bolder visions of education that will help young people become change makers in their own and other people’s lives.
Andy Hargreaves, Michael T. O’Connor (WISE Research Series #12, 2017)
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