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Tuesday, April 11 • 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Rich Accountabilities through the Internationalization of School Leadership

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This session will explore how two schools connected through the Finland/Alberta (FINAL) engaged a theory of school change that help build a new approach ton school performance reporting through what we call “rich accountabilities” of school success.

A narrow focus on grades and graduation rates prevents schools from tracing the ways in which an engaged and equitable learning community, its culture and programming, affects students’ success.
ResponseAbility Lab tests the notion that schools can and should evaluate how they nurture students' abilities to learn, grow, create, and thrive in social, academic, and professional settings. These case studies of a Finnish school and one in Alberta, contribute to current understandings that engagement, participation and equity within learning environments directly affect student outcomes. Schools that pursue a broad range of goals experience improved academic results as well as better citizenship, health, resiliency, and life-preparedness outcomes. These initiatives used a multilateral accountabilities framework to track how schools engage with broader measures of success to enhance their adaptive capacity.

Speakers
avatar for Teijo Päkkilä

Teijo Päkkilä

Deputy head, Seinajoen lukio
Teijo Päkkilä works as a deputy head in Seinäjoki High School focusing on curriculum and development programmes. As well as his involvement in national curriculum reform he is an active writer and lecturer in Finland. Currently, he also works in a national development project for Finnish high schools set by the Ministry of Education and National board of Education. He coordinates the development work done at high schools in Western and... Read More →
avatar for Samu Seitsalo

Samu Seitsalo

Samu Seitsalo is Director of the Finnish National Agency for Education 
avatar for Jean Stiles

Jean Stiles

Jean Stiles is the current principal at Jasper Place High School in Edmonton, Canada and a consultant with Targeted Leadership. | Ms. Stiles has been an educator for 30 years and has taught and been a principal at the Elementary, Junior, and Senior High School levels. Jean was named one of "Canada's Most Outstanding Principals" in 2007 and was the recipient of the Learning Partnership's National Award. She was inducted into Canada's National... Read More →


Tuesday April 11, 2017 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Alhambra Room