AEL Vol 39 (2) June 2017


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* Articles headlined RED are Open Access. Articles headlined BLUE are available to ACEL members
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From the President

Stephen Gniel, MBA, BEd FACEL

From the CEO

Aasha Murthy

Achieving Measurable Results for Early Childhood Clients and Communities

Deitre Epps, MS, Partner and Consultant, Clear Impact, San Francisco, USA
Adapted from Results-Based Accountability™ as presented in the book
Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough by Mark Friedman

A Statement of Commitment to the Values and Practice of the Australian Teaching Profession: An Idea Whose Time Has Come

Norm Hunter, Vice President, ACEL Queensland

Enacting shared vision through distributive leadership: pedagogical change in the early years of schooling

Dr Mary Lincoln, Director, Early Learning Pathways, Queensland Department of Education and Training,
Mr Mark Cooper, Principal Program Officer, Early Learning Pathways, Queensland Department of Education and Training

Evolution of School Improvement Processes in Sydney Catholic Schools after 10 years’ experience – a Case Study

Dr Mark Turkington, Regional Director, Southern Region, Archdiocese of Sydney, Mr Simon Ghantous, Assistant Principal of De La Salle Catholic College, Revesby Heights, New South Wales

Dissolving the myth, untapping the potential: an approach to engagement and literacy at Clarkson CHS

Mrs Sarah A Glanvill, Head of Learning Area – English, Humanities and Social Sciences, Clarkson Community High School, Western Australia

Creating a Collaborative Learning Culture

Mrs Fiona Stafford, Year 6 Learning Mentor, The Geelong College, Victoria

Planning for ‘first day, first lesson’ pedagogy

Prof Erica McWilliam, Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Education, Queensland University of Technology,
Prof Peter G Taylor, Special Adviser Teaching Development, Brisbane Grammar School, Queensland

The crisis for our adolescent boys: how adolescent girls objectify adolescent boys and the challenges for gender equity

Dr Donna Evans, Education consultant, Compass Education, Sessional lecturer and researcher, Federation University, Victoria

Instructional Teaching Models

Mr Ramon Dixon, Assistant Principal, Darwin Middle School, Northern Territory

Looms and weavers: teaching and the creation of knowledge and wisdom

Dr Bruce Addison, Dean of Curriculum and Scholarship, Brisbane Girls Grammar School, Queensland

Digital Divas Club – a new revolution

Adj Prof Julie Fisher, Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria

Playground botanical safety: Some lurking menaces

Dr Keith Tronc, OAM, FACEL, Barrister