About this episode

Jeff Rose and Andy Hargreaves discuss his book Five Paths of Student Engagement and Moving, A Memoir of Education and Social Mobility and all the implications for educational leaders in today’s world. This is a MUST listen.

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Andy Hargreaves is Director of Chenine (Change, Engagement and Innovation in Education) at the University of Ottawa in Canada, and Emeritus Professor at Boston College, USA. He is the former President of the International Congress of School Effectiveness and Improvement 2018-2020, former Adviser in Education to the Premier of Ontario (2015-2018) and current adviser to the First Minister of Scotland. He has published more than 30 books and has 8 Outstanding Writing Awards. He has been honoured in Canada, the US and UK for services to public education and educational research and is ranked by US Education Week among the scholars with most influence on US education policy debate. In 2015, Boston College gave him its Excellence in Teaching with Technology Award. Andy holds Honorary Doctorates from the Education University of Hong Kong and the University of Uppsala in Sweden. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. Professor Hargreaves is an outstanding keynote speaker and workshop leader and has delivered invited addresses in more than 50 countries, 47 US states, and all Australian and Canadian states and provinces. His most recent books are Collaborative Professionalism (with Michael O’Connor), 2018; Moving: a memoir of education and social mobility, 2020; and Five Paths of Student Engagement (with Dennis Shirley), June 2021.

About Jeff Rose, Vice President of Leadership Development at Cognia

Forward-thinking executive leader with over 20 years of experience within education (3X Superintendent, Curriculum Director, Principal, & Classroom Teacher), primed to support leaders in their pursuit of solving the most complicated educational problems of practice.