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Teaching 2030 In The Raging Controversy Over The Purpose Of Public Education And How To Fix The Nation S Underperforming Schools, The Voices Of America S Best Teachers Are Seldom Heard Now For The First Time, In A Provocative Book About The Future Of Teaching And Learning, 12 Of America S Most Accomplished Classroom Educators Join A Leading Advocate For A 21st Century Teaching Profession To Bring Expert Pedagogical Know How And Fresh And Provocative Policy Ideas To The National School Reform Debate Together They Identify Four Emergent Realities That Will Shape The Learning Experience Of Children Born In The New Millennium And Propose Six Levers Of Change That Can Ignite A Bright Future For Our Nation S Students By Ensuring They All Have Access To Excellent Teaching To Create The Public Schools All Students Deserve, Today And Tomorrow, The Authors Call On Policymakers And The Public To Work With Teachers In Creating A Dynamic And Flexible Learning Environment For Students And Teachers, And Powerful New Ways To Define And Measure School Success Transforming Public Education Through Digital Technologies While Reinventing Brick And Mortar School Buildings Into 24 7 Hubs Of Community Support For Students And Families Re Imagining Teaching As A Well Compensated Career With Many Pathways, Assuring That Every Child Has Qualified And Effective Teachers And That Teaching Expertise Is Constantly Spread, In And Out Cyberspace Establishing A New Leadership Force Of 600,000 Teacherpreneurs Classroom Experts Who Continue To Teach Students Regularly While Also Serving As Teacher Educators, Policy Researchers, Community Organizers, And Trustees Of Their Profession Teaching 2030 Provides A Refreshing, Grounded, And Lively Examination Of What We Need To Know And Do In Order To Ensure That Every Public School Student In America Has Access To Qualified, Caring, And Effective Teachers.


10 thoughts on “Teaching 2030

  1. says:

    Teaching 2030, written by Barnett Berry and a team of teacher leaders, takes a critical look at the current education system in the US, carving out a path towards cohesive education reform that redefines the profession of teaching, allows for innovative leadership roles for teachers, and introduces concepts like technology integration in classrooms and evolved learning ecologies that will shift the education environment in a new direction by 2030 His emerging realities and change levers describe reframing outdated, irrelevant ideas about education and the teaching profession to create a new framework that will provide autonomy, transparency, and accountability to a system in dire need of remodeling While these ideas may come across as idealistic in a system that has remained stagnant for so long, one only needs to observe the current...


  2. says:

    This is a discussion starter books as the group that is involved in the creation of a new generation of teacher who need to face a group of students from the new generation that is growing in the tech savvy world Those who are interested in education and the teaching profession, I highly suggest and recommend and this book to read This book though deals with t...


  3. says:

    Obviously, as a co author of this book, I think it is wonderful Great read for anyone who cares about education and how we can are are building a new future for students now.


  4. says:

    Teaching 2030 is based on the reality of education at this time, analyzing the education for the future Also, this book gives us a very brief history of teaching in America, helping us thoroughly recognize the education chronologically The author of this book makes me feel so excited to predict the future education from different aspects by listing six emergent realities The most inspiring reality to me is technology and education Although my major is Computer Science, I have never thought to relate the technology and education together before reading this book In order to be a good teacher and leader, we should follow the step of 21 century, using all available resources to help our students to access to information and think globally The most moved reality to me is to help and consider the special need students, because in this unfair world, we do need to help the poor students and special students i...


  5. says:

    This book is one of the few books that I have read about the future of education that has given me some hope Berry talks about the problems of our society and about solutions from the education , technology, and business stand point I would recommend this book to educators and to parents who are raising children born after the digital era born after 1993 The world of the future demands a generation of students prepared on much than core subjects and intellectual facts Successful individuals of the future will need the type of skills which will make them citizens of a global technologically driven world The future needs individuals with intellectual, interpersonal, and technical skills innovators and problem solvers who will be prepared to tackle issues with creative solutions and thinking outside the box I agree with the author that we need to rethink education and how we are preparing students we can no longer teach children skills w...


  6. says:

    Every teacher in the profession should read this book I have read all of it except for the policy chapter and plan on buying it for a number of people This collaborative effort opens the door to imagining what education could become and how classroom teachers should be at the center of that transformation The part of this book that I find...


  7. says:

    As much as I m capable of liking any non fiction book, I really enjoyed this one Particularly, I enjoyed Berry s well rounded look at the issues facing education and the myriad of facts he uses to support his claims Though I didn t necessary agree with the political undertones of all this text s contents, I...


  8. says:

    Had to read this for school Nice idea, but overall pretty boring Not super applicable to people like me working directly in the schools now More for people in leadership positions who can help make some of the changes the authors suggest.


  9. says:

    More like a 3.5 but extra points for being sort of out there when it comes how out schools will look in 15 years.Some implicit digs at administrators even as they purport to be inclusive in their vision but a good read nonetheless.


  10. says:

    Good look at how we need to work towards changing our vision and understanding of education to meet the growing demands of a tech savvy global community.


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