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Thursday, August 16
 

12:10pm

Exploring leadership strategies that support digital learning and school improvement
Limited Capacity seats available

This workshop will delve deeper into leadership approaches using coaching and mentoring, identified in the keynote address. Strategies school leaders can employ to both support teaching and learning with technologies, and to support approaches to school improvement will be examined. The workshop will also provide opportunities for discussion and draw upon case studies about various approaches to coaching and mentoring that school leaders have successfully used.

Speakers
avatar for Professor Kathryn Moyle

Professor Kathryn Moyle

Research Director, ACER
Professor Kathryn Moyle (PhD) is the Research Director for Education Policy and Practice at the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER). Prior to taking up her current position, she was the Executive Director and Professor at the Centre for School Leadership in the Northern... Read More →


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

2:10pm

Why the best coaching is owned by the coachee
Limited Capacity seats available

How embedding ‘agency’ as a core value at NBCS allows every teacher to own their learning journey and how this impacts the learning culture for our students who also take on the role of both coach and coachee. This session will also delve into the latest research and links between motivation, mindset and professional agency and how we have allowed this to impact our professional growth coaching models and practice.

Speakers
avatar for Mark Burgess

Mark Burgess

Assistant Deputy, Northern Beaches Christian School
Mark spends his day ploughing through the morass of cultural change. The light streaming into the pit is the people that he collaborates with to achieve change. Everyday is an opportunity to lift colleagues beyond their current experience and towards a brighter day. Mark is passionate... Read More →
avatar for Lou Deibe

Lou Deibe

Assistant Principal Culture, Collaboration & Practice, Northern Beaches Christian School
Lou is a learning artist, constantly exploring ways for people and culture to be reflected and enhanced. She is passionate about being a thorn under the saddle of any whiff of establishment. She is a fearless provocateur, a genuine collaborator, a champion of any student that she... Read More →


Thursday August 16, 2018 2:10pm - 3:00pm
ROOM: Ninderry

3:10pm

Data that supports improvements in digital teaching and learning
Limited Capacity seats available

Improving students’ outcomes through digital teaching and learning, can be supported through the collection and analysis of relevant data. In this workshop, the types of data that inform improvements in students’ learning outcomes will be examined with a view to identifying the in-school leadership strategies that enable the use of data to inform teaching practices. The workshop will provide opportunities for discussion and to draw upon case studies that highlight successful practices.

Speakers
avatar for Professor Kathryn Moyle

Professor Kathryn Moyle

Research Director, ACER
Professor Kathryn Moyle (PhD) is the Research Director for Education Policy and Practice at the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER). Prior to taking up her current position, she was the Executive Director and Professor at the Centre for School Leadership in the Northern... Read More →


Thursday August 16, 2018 3:10pm - 4:00pm
ROOM: Mudjimba 1
 
Friday, August 17
 

3:10pm

Keeping the process alive – Sustainable engagement
Limited Capacity seats available

Building upon the foundations from session 1 (Thursday 12.10pm) leaders will now explore the key considerations in monitoring and evaluating the implementation of a school wide teacher performance and development framework in the context of a high performing school. Building sustainable communities of learning which foster teacher agency of their own learning and development.
Key considerations will be the importance of setting the success criteria for the framework’s evaluation to firstly measure impact on student learning outcomes and secondly, measure collective responsibility whereby teacher agency is centre to fostering a culture of performance and development.
By the end of sessions 1 and 2 leaders will have a greater understanding of the need for ensuring aligned and focused professional learning that enables the school community to ensure that there is a comprehensive school wide strategic focused performance and development culture aligned to school improvement plans.

Speakers
avatar for Dorian Kipriotis

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 →
avatar for Brigid Taylor

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 →


Friday August 17, 2018 3:10pm - 4:00pm
ROOM: Mudjimba 2
 
Saturday, August 18
 

11:10am

A Culture of Coaching Part I
Limited Capacity seats available

This is 2-part workshop serves as the perfect follow up to the keynote address. It will look at the specific requirements for staff to authentically engage through the lens of coaching. Together, we’ll explore strategies that leaders can deploy in their differing contexts and learn some of the fundamental requirements of a coaching culture.
Participants will:
Learn about the trans-theoretical model of change and how to incorporate it into our change approaches.
Discover the potential of coaching to help develop staff, both in a professional and personal capacity.
Explore strategies and frameworks to embed coaching into their context.

See Dan's workshop presentation in PDF format below.

Speakers
avatar for Dan Haesler

Dan Haesler

Director, Cut Through Coaching & Consulting
Dan Haesler works with individuals and organisations around issues of leadership, engagement, mindset and wellbeing.As Director of Cut Through Coaching & Consulting he consults to publicly listed companies, government education projects, schools, professional associations and not-for-profit... Read More →



Saturday August 18, 2018 11:10am - 12:00pm
ROOM: Mudjimba 1

12:10pm

A Culture of Coaching Part II
Limited Capacity seats available

This 2-part workshop serves as the perfect follow up to the keynote address. It will look at the specific requirements for staff to authentically engage through the lens of coaching. Together, we’ll explore strategies that leaders can deploy in their differing contexts and learn some of the fundamental requirements of a coaching culture.
Participants will:
Learn about the trans-theoretical model of change and how to incorporate it into our change approaches.
Discover the potential of coaching to help develop staff, both in a professional and personal capacity.
Explore strategies and frameworks to embed coaching into their context.

See Dan's workshop presentation in PDF format below.

Speakers
avatar for Dan Haesler

Dan Haesler

Director, Cut Through Coaching & Consulting
Dan Haesler works with individuals and organisations around issues of leadership, engagement, mindset and wellbeing.As Director of Cut Through Coaching & Consulting he consults to publicly listed companies, government education projects, schools, professional associations and not-for-profit... Read More →



Saturday August 18, 2018 12:10pm - 1:00pm
ROOM: Mudjimba 1

12:10pm

Whole School Engagement Workshop
Limited Capacity seats available

The framework developed in the Presentation Session (Friday @ 3.10pm) will be used to analyse the participants' own contexts (teaching or leadership), and develop a program or personal and team development. Explicit links to Learning Theories and Teaching Techniques, from Explicit Teaching to the Flipped Classroom will be shown, as well as the effective role of well being, restorative justice and supportive programs in schools to support students with low engagement.

You can find the basis for the workshop and presentation here.
You can open a OneNote booklet on Microsoft's 21st Century Skills here.

Speakers
avatar for Stephen Pinel

Stephen Pinel

Head of Science, Unity College
Stephen is Head of Science at Unity College, Caloundra. He was previously Head of Science at Proserpine SHS where he was heavily involved in eLearning, leading a team of eLearning Mentors to develop innovative and engaging curricula school wide. Stephen has taught in both the independent... Read More →



Saturday August 18, 2018 12:10pm - 1:00pm
ROOM: Marcoola