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Leading from the Middle with Andy Hargreaves

Learn specific skills to influence school change with Professor Andy Hargreaves, world-renowned speaker, author and researcher focused on school improvement. 

Aimed at middle leaders, this webinar recording will enhance your ability to influence school wide change and help children become engaged in problem solving.

Recordings: Thought Leadership Series

Featuring some of the biggest names in education, our Thought Leadership Series delves into the latest research, big ideas and innovations that affect educators and students.

With imagination and technology, anything is possible!

Throughout history, there have been many inventions that were embraced by some, while others were met with more scepticism. In our ever-evolving world, it is important for teachers to understand the implications of new technologies to enhance the learning experience for their students. Teaching Excellence Program Master Teacher Ange Tutty delves into imagination and the role of technology in education.

Three Capabilities for Leading 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.

Advancing the quality and status of teaching

What does it mean to advance the quality and status of the teaching profession?

In this vodcast, Professor Eric Mazur, Dr Claire Brown, and Gail Bray discuss what it will take and why now more than ever it is so critical to raise the profile of teachers.

Michael Fullan on Leading Change in a New Era

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.