• Duration
    9.30am - 11.00am
  • Location
  • Mode
  • Cost
    DET fully subsidised

Schools exist in a dynamic and constantly changing environment. This requires teachers and leaders to continuously adapt, evolve and remain solutions focussed.

This webinar will discuss how your actions are linked to contextual literacy and how mutual empathy is a key disposition for leaders to build trust among staff, students, and the wider community.  

You will also explore the importance of wellbeing with an emphasis placed on ‘deep learning’ and the role of students as changemakers.

By engaging in this webinar, you will understand:  

  • foundational concepts for how to improve your school in a short period of time
  • that change starts with the leader
  • concepts that can help you strengthen your leadership practice
  • insights and ideas that expand beyond your school
  • how to influence other schools, regions and states for broader societal transformation.

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Michael Fullan, Professor Emeritus

OISE/University of Toronto

Co-Director of New Pedagogies for Deep Learning

Recognised as a worldwide thought leader on educational reform, Michael Fullan (OC) advises policymakers, local leaders, and school communities on helping to achieve the moral purpose of all children’s learning.

Fullan is the former Dean of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, and Professor Emeritus of the University of Toronto.

Last updated 13 September 2022