Daniel Pink’s Drive As It Relates to Autonomy in Education

This article examines how educators can have autonomy in the classroom. The author takes a look at how giving a teacher or employee autonomy differs from empowering them.  He looks at giving them Autonomy though the for 4Ts: Task, Time, Technique, and Team.  Ultimately, he believes that it’s best not to empower but to give autonomy.

http://nextgeneduleaders.blogspot.com/2010/05/lesson-from-daniel-pinks-drive-dont.html

Barber, N. (2010, May 31). The Next Generation of Educational Leadership. Retrieved March 17, 2016, from http://nextgeneduleaders.blogspot.com/2010/05/lesson-from-daniel-pinks-drive-dont.html
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