Shawn Rubin, Chief Education Officer, and Cathy Sanford, Director of Research and Development, both from the Highlander Institute, talk about their new book, Pathways to Personalization: A Framework for School Change.
This is the second of a multi-part series about the book. In this episode, Shawn and Cathy talk about the 5 components of the framework, which is the backbone of the entire book.
01:16 5 components of the framework
05:08 Example of the framework
07:57 Human capital framework
Lead change agent
08:30 Relationships and talent are important components throughout the framework.
09:44 Is there an archetype for a good solid lead change agent? Have you seen specific skill set or mindset in these change agents that make them good?
13:36 The lead change agent brings people to the table, but the design team really helps them get the work done.
14:17 You need a rationale and you need relationships. Those are your key starting points.
15:10 Bringing students into the conversation
16:25 Studying your data, understanding local conditions
Pathways to Personalization: A Framework for School Change