2017 Leadership Conference USB

2017 Leadership Conference USB

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The Educational Leader Conference 2017 USB

The role of the educational leader is central to the National Quality Framework, and affords opportunities for change to take place in order to improve the educational program, outcomes for children, and the ways in which documentation takes place. However, the role is more than a title and it would appear merely to create a space for reflection, debate and reinvigoration. This educational leader conference brings to you some leading thinkers who will support you in your role as a centre leader, educational leader or program manager. It will offer participants an opportunity to hear from innovative presenters who will support and challenge our thinking on the role of the educational leader. The diverse range of topics will leave you feeling nourished and excited about the future for the role of educational leader. 
Presenters and topics include: 


  • Anthony Semann – SO THEY GAVE ME THE TITLE OF EDUCATIONAL LEADER...NOW WHAT DO I DO 

  • Philip Butler – CHANGE IS THE ONLY CONSTANT: FOSTERING YOUR TEAMS PEDAGOGICAL JOURNEY THROUGH EFFECTIVE EDUCATIONAL 
LEADERSHIP 

  • Dr Alma Fleet – A MUDDLE OF PLASTIC ANIMALS SUGGESTS SOME BLIND SPOTS IN PEDAGOGICAL LEADERSHIP 

  • Dr Anne Kennedy – “OF COURSE I BELIEVE IN PARTNERSHIPS WITH FAMILIES”: LET’S THINK ABOUT THE RHETORIC, REALITY AND ETHICS OF 
LEADING PARTNERSHIPS WITH FAMILIES 

  • Sandra Cheeseman – LEADERSHIP FOR LEARNING: BIG DATA FOR BIG QUESTIONS 

  • Kerryn Jones – LEADERSHIP MATERIAL: FINDING THE DISPOSITIONS TO LEAD 


 

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