Deep Learning

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Building Coherence to Deepen Student Learning:  PowerPoint presentation of Michael Fullan (2018)

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The purpose of the Center is to develop Iowa's capacity to leverage learner-centered, personalized and competency-based eco-systems as pathways to future readiness.

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Coherence Making and Deep Learning:  PowerPoint presentation of Michael Fullan (2017) 

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Deep Learning and the Connection to STEM Integration:  PowerPoint presentation of Michael Fullan at the GE Summit – Building a STEM Leadership Alliance. 

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Deep Learning:  Engage the World Change the World:  This book by MichaelFullan, Joann Quinn, and JoAnne McEachen defines deep learning and addresses how to mobilize complex, whole-system change and transformation of learning for all students.

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Deep Learning, Pedagogy, and Systems Change:  PowerPoint presentation of Michael Fullan at the CASS Pre-Conference in November, 2017. 

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Dive into Deep Learning – Tools for Engagement by Joanne Quinn, JoAnne McEachen, Michael Fullan, Mag Gardner, and Max Drummy:  Learn about, improve, and expand your world of learning. This hands-on companion to the runaway best-seller, Deep Learning: Engage the World Change the World, provides an essential roadmap for building capacity in teachers, schools, districts, and systems to design deep learning, measure progress, and assess conditions needed to activate and sustain innovation. Loaded with tips, tools, protocols, and real-world examples, the easy-to-use guide has everything educators need to construct and drive meaningful deep learning experiences that give purpose, unleash student potential, and prepare students to become problem-solving change agents in a global society.

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Leading Deep Learning:  PowerPoint presentation of Michael Fullan at the Learning Forward Annual Conference in Dallas, TX.

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Leadership for Coherence and Student Learning:  PowerPoint presentation of Michael Fullan in 2018. 

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This article is by Michael Fullan, Santiago Rincon-Gallardo, and Mary Jean Gallagher (June, 2019)

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Michael Fullan is the guest blogger on Peter DeWitt’s Finding Common Ground

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New Learning:  What Is Deep Learning?  PowerPoint Presentation of Michael Fullan at the Transfer Congress in Germany.

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"The Principalship Has Changed!  2020 Here We Come!"  Article by Michael Fullan as he addresses the role of the principal in assuring deep learning. 

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"A Rich Seam – How New Pedagogies Find Deep Learning" by Michael Fullan and Maria Langworthy.  This white paper addresses fundamental change in education, learning partnerships,  deep learning tasks, digital tools and resources, effective vs ineffective new

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"Towards a New End:  New Pedagogies for Deep Learning":  Michael Fullan and Maria Langworthy provide in this article a theory of action to achieve deep learning in our students’ education.

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The Unity of the Human Race - Our Precarious Future:  Michael Fullan is guest blogger for Peter DeWitt and claims our humanity is at a tipping point

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 Michael Fullan is guest blogger on Peter DeWitt’s April 15, 2019, Education Week Blog.  He addresses "Why Pedagogy and Politics Must Partner."

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