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Tracey Ezard on Ferocious Warmth Leadership

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 on Activating Deep Learning

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.

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.

Aasha Murthy on an iConnected 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.

Top tips for creating a high impact application

As the inaugural Master Teacher for the Arts, Teaching Excellence Program, Toby Wilkins has a depth of knowledge and insight into what it takes to successfully apply for a competitive process.

In this blog, Toby shares with you his top tips for completing a high-quality and impactful application that will resonate with others and help you put your best foot forward.

Choosing your discipline as a primary school teacher

Inaugural Master Teacher for the Humanities, Teaching Excellence Program, Adam Brodie-Mackenzie reflects on the benefits of discipline-focused professional learning opportunities through the Teaching Excellence Program.

In this blog, Adam provides his expert guidance to support you in considering which discipline to apply for and how to link it to your passion in teaching.

603 Queensberry Street

Take a tour of our 603 Queensberry Street site, one of the first Melbourne schools built in 1882.