Skills, expertise and dispositions matrices

Support school leaders to collaborate and take collective responsibility for all learners in their network.
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Developing the right skills, expertise and dispositions to support the Communities of Practice approach as a network executive or network chair is essential.

Each matrix is based on the professional practice lens of the Australian Professional Standards for Principals.

This worksheet allows you to reflect on your areas of competency using a quantitative scale, while also providing you with an opportunity to identify opportunities for improvement.

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Last updated 20 April 2022