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Thursday, August 16 • 12:10pm - 1:00pm
Collective Responsibility – Building a schoolwide instructional leadership mindset

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Professional learning should be school and teacher managed as part of a teacher’s every day work and structured in ways to enable teachers to become more effective practitioners. The first of two sessions, this workshop explores how to develop and implement a framework for building teacher capacity through the establishment of a school wide teacher performance and development framework in the context of a high performing school. The need for leaders to create a culture of improvement, and one in which each teacher feels an urgent responsibility to influence the achievement of all students. Leaders will be taken through a framework of how to establish a sustainable teacher performance and development plan whereby staff are provided with the tools to evaluate their teaching and its impact, collaborate with colleagues on what is considered high impact teaching, expect to actively participate in and control their own professional learning, taking responsibility for their own role in a whole school improvement agenda.
Key considerations will be – planning the implementation of a performance and development framework for all staff, by examining why the school needs such a framework when student data suggests a high performing school, by identifying staff resistance to such change and by developing strategies to manage the implementation of the process effectively to ensure collective responsibility and by in.

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Dorian Kipriotis

Adminstration Coordinator, Brigidine College Randwick
Dorian began his career in industry before moving into teaching. Dorian is a HSIE teacher and has also worked as a House Coordinator where he facilitated changes to the wellbeing and academic structure of the school. Dorian is heavily invested in teacher professional learning to ensure... Read More →
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Brigid Taylor

Deputy Principal, Brigidine College Randwick
Brigid began her career as an English Teacher. She has since been an English Coordinator, Leader of Pedagogy and now a Deputy Principal. She has worked in numerous schools both here and the United Kingdom and collaboratively overseen significant whole school change. Brigid has been... Read More →

Thursday August 16, 2018 12:10pm - 1:00pm AEST
ROOM: Marcoola