Duration4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Explore the capabilities that support impact in school improvement with Viviane Robinson.
Leading school improvement is a challenging and rewarding role for educational leaders. It means disrupting aspects of business as usual, and learning more effective ways of working with students and colleagues to achieve positive results.
You will explore the 3 capabilities required for school improvement and explain why they have been given prominence in the Leadership Excellence Framework developed by the Academy.
- learn about the 3 capabilities required for excellence in leading improvement
- understand why these 3 capabilities have been included in the Leadership Excellence Framework
- set your personal development goals.
Designed for teacher leaders focussed on improving their leadership skills and leading school improvement.
Viviane Robinson is a Distinguished Professor Emeritus at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, and Visiting Professor at University College London. She has devoted her academic career to investigating and developing the capabilities leaders need to work productively with their teachers to improve student well-being and achievement. Her research and service to the profession has led to numerous national and international awards from academic and professional associations.