“ School leaders need to be proactive leaders of teacher learning as the latter affects student learning… effective school leaders do not just work on vision, acquire resources and manage the school; in addition they mobilize the group to get results… making progress is especially critical for the main goal of education; that is ‘to raise the bar and close the achievement gap’ for all students.” Prof. Michael Fullan Updated foreword to BES School Leadership and Student Outcomes
Leading Teacher Learning
“School leaders need to be proactive leaders of teacher learning as the latter affects student learning… “ Prof Michael Fullan Updated foreword to BES School Leadership and Student Outcomes
Busy education leaders need time away from the urgent to focus on the important. They returned from ELF18 refreshed, inspired and equipped with research-based ideas and resources for professional development in their own learning communities.
On a 5-point scale 94% of respondents rated ELF18 Excellent or Very Good.
Valuing Educators and Revaluing Education
Valuing educators and revaluing education are imperatives in an age of technological disruption. Teachers are more important than ever as knowledge navigators in an ocean of digital data
Downstream from the two May 2018 Education Summits there are impending wholesale changes to New Zealand’s education system. But learning that really counts will continue to be at the retail level, with education professionals growing brains, opening minds and developing skills one learner at a time. More on ELF 18 Theme/Strands