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.


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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