terça-feira, 27 de janeiro de 2009

NÃO VIERAM DE FORA. FORAM CHAMADOS!

Recebido por e-mail. Mas que tem uma boa "notícia" no final, lá isso tem!

Durante a apresentação de um relatório sobre as reformas realizadas no 1.° ciclo e elaborado por um conjunto de peritos internacionais liderados por Peter Matthews, José Sócrates teceu largados elogios à sua ministra da Educação e considerou lamentável a atitude da oposição que diz que o Governo está apenas a trabalhar para as estatísticas.

Desconheço o relatório, razão por que não vou aqui tecer quaisquer comentários. Mas não ficava mal a José Sócrates falar verdade pelo menos uma vez na vida. Até para dar alguma credibilidade a este relatório. Convinha dizer que estes técnicos não vieram de fora. Foram chamados. Na verdade, trata-se de um relatório efectuado a pedido do Ministério da Educação que, pelos vistos, não encontrou em Portugal técnicos com capacidade ou credibilidade para o fazer.

Afinal, para esta ministra o que vem de fora é que é bom. Estes não vieram do Chile. Pelo menos que se saiba.

Já me esquecia. Vêm aí boas notícias. Sócrates ou a ministra, um deles pelo menos vai-se embora. Foi Sócrates quem o revelou ao declarar: "Foi um gosto trabalhar consigo".

1 comentário:

Anónimo disse...

Pois foram. Porque não?

Só para terem uma ideia do estatuto de Peter Matthews na OCDE:

http://www.oecd.org/searchResult/0,3400,en_2649_201185_1_1_1_1_1,00.html

14-Nov-2007
International Conference on School Leadership Development Strategies- Documentation- 4 MATTHEWS Victoria (Australia) System wide leadership - OECD Case study - Peter Matthews, Hunter Moorman, Deborah Nusche


29-Apr-2008
Agenda: Final Conference on Improving School Leadership, 14-15 April, Copenhagen, Denmark
Improving School Leadership: Case Studies and Concepts for Systemic Action Beatriz Pont, OECD Peter Matthews, Institute of Education, University of London Christopher Day, School of Education, University of Nottingham


22-Sep-2004
This Country Note for Germany forms part of the OECD activity Attracting, Developing and Retaining Effective Teachers. This is a collaborative project to assist teacher policy development for improving ...
Attracting, Developing and Retaining Effective Teachers - Country Note for Germany
Gábor Halász, Paulo Santiago, Mats Ekholm, Peter Matthews and Phillip McKenzie
September 2004


OECD Recommends Reorientation of Teacher Policy in Germany
Members of the review team included Dr Paulo Santiago (OECD); Dr Gábor Halász (Director General, National Institute of Public Education, Hungary); Dr Mats Ekholm (Director General, National Agency for School Improvement, Sweden); Dr Peter Matthews (Head of Inspection Quality, Office for Standards in Education, United Kingdom); and Dr Phillip McKenzie (OECD).


School leadership development strategies: Building leadership capacity in Victoria, Australia
A case study report for the OECD activity Improving school leadership
by: Peter Matthews (Rapporteur) Hunter Moorman Deborah Nusche December 2007


14-Nov-2007
International Conference on School Leadership Development Strategies- Documentation- OECD ISL Leadership Development Conference programme Dublin 7-8 November

Integrating leadership development in the broader policy context Many countries have introduced new school leadership preparation and professional development programmes, but have not integrated them into the broader educational policy frameworks. This session aims to provide examples of coherent approaches that combine training for school leaders within broader leadership and school improvement agendas. Chair: Paddy Flood, LDS (Republic of Ireland) Presentation: "The Victorian School Leadership Strategy", Peter Matthews (Rapporteur of the OECD case study visit to Victoria, Australia), Visiting Professor, Institute of Education, University of London Country roundtable: England: Laura Cunningham, Head of School Leadership Policy Team, Department for Children, Families and Schools Geoff Southward, Deputy Chief Executive, National College for School Leadership (NCSL) New Zealand: Darren Gammie, Team Leader, Effective Leadership, Ministry of Education Norway: Per Tronsmo, Director, The Norwegian Directorate for Education and Training Slovenia: Andrej Koren, Director, National School for Leadership in Education


E um livro:
http://lysander.sourceoecd.org/vl=2223198/cl=20/nw=1/rpsv/ij/oecdthemes/99980223/v2008n8/s1/p1l
Enseignement et compétences
2008, vol. 2008, no. 8, pp. 1 - 279
Improving School Leadership: Volume 2: Case Studies on System Leadership (Edition complète - ISBN 9264033084 - Fr. à paraître)
Code OCDE: 912008031E1
Abstract
This book explores what specialists are saying about system leadership for school improvement. Case studies examine innovative approaches to sharing leadership across schools in Belgium (Flanders), Finland and the United Kingdom (England) and leadership development programmes for system improvement in Australia and Austria. As these are emerging practices, the book provides a first international comparison and assessment of the state of the art of system leadership.

-Executive Summary-Chapter 1. Introduction-Chapter 2. Realising the Potential of System Leadership by David Hopkins-Chapter 3. Leadership as the Practice of Improvement by Richard F. Elmore-Chapter 4. The Finnish Approach to System Leadership by Andrew Hargreaves, Gabor Halasz and Beatriz Pont-Chapter 5. The English Approach to System Leadership by Stephan Huber, Hunter Moorman and Beatriz Pont-Chapter 6 The Flemish (Belgian) Approach to Systems Leadership by Christopher Day, Jorunn Moller, Deborah Nusche and Beatriz Pont-Chapter 7. Building Leadership Capacity for System Improvement in Victoria, Australia by Peter Matthews, Hunter Moorman, and Deborah Nusche-Chapter 8. Building Leadership Capacity for System Improvement in Austria by Louise Stoll, Hunter Moorman, and Sibylle Rahm-Chapter 9. Approaches to System Leadership Lessons Learned and Policy Pointers by Beatriz Pont and David Hopkins

Julgo que chega para contrapor a ideia feita e divulgada de que é um estudo sui generis, feito num dia que apenas serve os intuitos do momento.

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