How can educators best meet the needs of students in a changing world?
Michael Fullan explores what it means for educators to be dynamic and responsive, and build trust within their school community, to advance student outcomes and wellbeing.
Look beyond the idea of ‘learner engagement’ and explore what is learning for?
Valerie Hanon introduces research findings and insights around the future-focused design principles for schools and how they are being brought to life around the world.
Changes over the past decade have allowed our world to be more ‘iConnected’ than ever before.
Aasha Murthy defines the key dimensions of the ‘iConnected’ world and how you can identify the emerging patterns in your sector by analysing its driving forces and critical uncertainties.
The impact of leadership on student and school improvement cannot be underestimated.
Tracey focuses on the importance of self-understanding in leading others, and useful ways to recalibrate and build an approach of Ferocious Warmth leadership.
Joanne Quinn explores ways of learning that are bringing joy back to schools and engaging students in learning cultures that build empathy, engagement and wellbeing.
Mary Jean Gallagher advocates for a broader vision of education that acknowledges that education isn’t just about academic achievement.
This recording explores how school leaders can stay focused on the thing that really matter to their school community during times of change.