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Launch Audacious Education Purposes - Shared screen with speaker view
Igor Remorenko
32:58
everything is slowly step by step
Fernando M. Reimers
39:44
as you listen to Professor Lavonen's analysis of the Finnish Education Curriculum Reform, which of the five frameworks do you think it illustrates: Cultural, Psychological, Professional, Institutional or Political?
Мария Гончар
46:34
professional and political (public)
HAKAN DILMAN
47:07
political, psychological, professional
Igor Remorenko
48:17
cultural framework is always hidden
HAKAN DILMAN
48:18
how does the system make possible equality among the schools in Finlanf?
Federico Malpica
50:41
For all the speakers, what are the best strategies to assess students learning outcomes of 21st century competencies? Thank you in advance for your answer.
Fernando M. Reimers
51:00
As you listen to Elisa Bonilla's presentation of the Mexican Education REform, which frameworks do you think this reform illustrates: Cultural, Psychological, Professional, Institutional, or Political?
HAKAN DILMAN
51:23
evaluate their problem solving skills and communicative competence
Jari Lavonen
52:29
we have national monitoring. it is organised based on representative sample
HAKAN DILMAN
52:53
Elisa; political, professional
HAKAN DILMAN
53:52
psychological as well
Jari Lavonen
54:18
the practicum is two times 7 weeks. it is highly supervised
Robinah Daina Mwanje
54:47
thank you soo much Fernando. my request is that if you have a few websites that have teacher training online programmes from finland I would like to learn further on how as a teacher I can enhance growth and instigate reforms holistically in my school
Jari Lavonen
55:05
All TE programms are 5 year programms. they incluse courses in PCK and GPK. and research methodologies
Jari Lavonen
55:34
practicum is organised in various schools
Zofia Grudzinska
56:26
The shift of governance dynamics might be the crucial point of every reform
HAKAN DILMAN
59:06
What are the stadards for teacher certification?
Zofia Grudzinska
01:07:35
Shouldn't every country agree (which is the hard part...) to have education governed by a body functioning outside the political administration?
Eugenia Garduño
01:08:39
Great presentation, thank you Elisa!!!!
Franco Mosso
01:16:05
For any of the three panelists: having enough time for a reform is key because people have to adapt their paradigms and practice, but is often observed as a challenge in developing countries, with governments and leadership in education changing constantly. How do you manage to create time that is necessary for a reform to truly unfold? How do you deepen a reform in the hands of teachers, principals, and other agents in the field, once it has been launched?
Fernando M. Reimers
01:17:48
As you listen to Jaime Saavedra's presentation of the chapter analyzing Peru's education reform, what framework do you think the reform illustrates: cultural, psychological, professional, institutional or political?
Sofialeticia Morales
01:17:58
Elisa very good presentation, congratulation.
HAKAN DILMAN
01:18:40
Peru's reform cover all lenses mentioned in introduction
Vinicius Marini
01:19:55
Let us figure the Peruvian approach...
Cathy Goodheart
01:20:16
In regards to the five frameworks, I'm sensing a hierarchy of needs sort of influence. In countries where politics are less stable the reforms tend to focus there. In others with relative stability in politics, the reform can focus on culture and psychology. Of course, everyone sharing from yesterday and today has strong goals to improve education holistically, while working within their unique constraints. Thank you to all the presenters - super intriguing!
Fernando M. Reimers
01:20:27
Jari, Elisa and Marcela, please read the questions in the chat room, and prepare to speak for about 5 minutes, addressing those questions addressed to you.
HAKAN DILMAN
01:20:35
Missing part is students views on education. Their ideas should be taken into consideration.
Zofia Grudzinska
01:20:54
The Peruvian approach (so fat) seems to be political/professional
Jorge Juárez
01:21:35
Buenos días, perdón no hablo inglés!
Fernando M. Reimers
01:22:36
to those of you attending the webinar. Please write any questions or comments you have for the panelists here on the chat
HAKAN DILMAN
01:23:15
What are standards of in service certification for teachers?
Natalie
01:23:46
Out of the 5 factors (political, institutional, professional, etc), which in your country, is the most critical in motivating the education reform and ensuring its success?
HAKAN DILMAN
01:24:52
What is the ratio of students' ideas on education reform process?
Vinicius Marini
01:32:22
There is need for empowerment and involvement of those inside the education-learning process. Politicians and government seem to think they know best, without consulting people in the front line, without performing education research in the schools. How do Mexican and Peruvian panelists think about empowering and involving education practitioners at the community level? How do they think about improving opportunity equality?
Tanya Lubicz-Nawrocka
01:34:45
Very interesting, thank you! Like others have said, most reforms seem top-down with some engagement with class teachers (although appraisals are also top-down). What avenues have there been for engaging pupils directly and co-creating reforms by incorporating pupils' input?
Rosa Montes
01:36:45
Both in Mexico and Peru, external standardized indicators, such as PISA, seem to play a very important part both in guiding and evaluating the reforms. It seems that the evaluations are more “internal”
Rosa Montes
01:37:01
in Finland
Zofia Grudzinska
01:38:18
Finland… To hear that politicians somehow trust independent organisations - almost a miracle!
HAKAN DILMAN
01:38:53
As far as I know in Finland they trust their teachers as well
Zofia Grudzinska
01:41:18
Elisa - so passionate and so right. How to remove the educational reforms from the political cycle? In some countries it seems the most serious impediment.
Federico Malpica
01:42:15
An independent public organisation that decide about national curriculum and methodologies like in Finland, it is the first step and the most ambitious reform that an educational system could do, Elisa is right to point this out for Mexico.
Fernando M. Reimers
01:45:03
te puedo inviter a hacer un comentario al final?
HAKAN DILMAN
01:45:47
thanks for your answer my question about students
Rosa Montes
01:46:12
An independent organization would be really important for deep “academic”, curricular change, but almost impossible in Mexico, and especially at the moment.
Tanya Lubicz-Nawrocka
01:47:28
Fantastic! Yes thank you for speaking about engaging students in educational reform!
Marlon Tabora
01:48:00
Thanks so much for the conversation and for sharing so important ideas.
Federico Malpica
01:50:24
In-service teacher training have been prove to be very low in terms of transferring to real teaching practice. How can this could be overcome?
Robinah Daina Mwanje
01:50:28
thank you soo much this has definitely been eye opening.
Paul Moch Islas
01:51:41
Thank you for a great discussion full with insights that inform how to achieve reforms that impact the learning outcomes and wellbeing of all the stakeholders in the education systems. Definitely, there are enormous challenges to overcome and to elevate the focus of the reforms on the technical aspects of educaiton, without overlooking the other perspectives for their success and stability. Congratulations to the authors and to Prof. Reimers for publishing this important book!
Daniela Guerrero
01:54:28
The continuity of the social contract/agreement of the different stakeholders it is really important. How to sustain that contract considering the politics (partisan politics)
Rosa Montes
01:54:37
Thank you so much Fernando for this series of webinars. I missed yesterday’s but really enjoyed the three great talks today, and look forward to tomorrow. Thank you also to the panelists for your talks, which really help to illuminate your chapters.
Federico Malpica
01:54:48
Democracy por partycracy, Aurelio Nuño? It is not the same. Who is really in charge here? Political parties in Mexico have proved to do it horrible in terms of quality en equality in education.
María Catalina González
01:54:57
Thanks so much
Vinicius Marini
01:54:57
The next step goes from merit to trust and empowerment. Thank you and congratulations to all!
Денис Ананин
01:54:59
Thank you very much!