Series 1 – The Nine Gateways
Aim of the series: To show how the teaching profession can take the lead in personalising learning through nine main gateways, each of which provides a distinctive angle on personalising learning by ensuring that teaching and support are shaped around student needs.
|1||Next steps in working laterally||David Hargreaves|
|2||Student voice and assessment for learning||David Hargreaves|
|3||Learning to learn and the new technologies||David Hargreaves|
|4||Curriculum and advice & guidance||David Hargreaves|
|5||Mentoring & coaching and workforce development||David Hargreaves|
|6||The final gateway: school design and organisation||David Hargreaves|
Series 2 – The Deeps
Aim of the series: To explain the concepts and give an overview of the application of deep learning, deep experience, deep support and deep leadership that can help reshape schooling for the 21st century.
|1||A new shape for schooling?||David Hargreaves|
|2||Deep learning – 1||Emma Sims|
|3||Deep support – 1||Sue Williamson|
|4||Deep experience – 1||David Hargreaves|
|5||Deep leadership – 1||David Hargreaves|
|6||Deep experience – 2||Kai Vacher|
|7||Deep leadership – 2||David Hargreaves|
|8||Deep learning – 2||David Hargreaves|
|9||The Deeps in Action||David Hargreaves|
Series 3 – System Redesign
Aim of the series: To trace developments in personalising learning and to introduce the emerging concept of system redesign. This ambitious version of system leadership calls for a school-led transformation that changes the relationship between the teaching profession and government.
|1||The road to transformation in education||David Hargreaves|
|2||Assessment redesign||David Hargreaves, Chris Gerry and Tim Oates|
|3||Curriculum redesign||Guy Shearer, Kai Vacher & David Hargreaves|
|4||Personalising relationships||Sue Williamson|
Series 4 – Leading System Redesign
Aim of the series: To demonstrate how ‘Wikipedia world’ (web 2.0) presents opportunities for transforming the goals of system redesign in education; the means by which they might be realised; the kinds of leadership that will be required; and the forms of governance under which it will flourish.
|1||Leading system redesign – 1||David Hargreaves|
|2||Leading system redesign – 2: The changing profession||Sue Williamson|
|3||Leading system redesign – 3: The students||Kai Vacher|
|4||Leading system redesign – 4: Innovation networks in action||David Hargreaves|
|5||Learning with students||Students from ten schools|