AEL Vol 38 (4) November 2016

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From the President

Stephen Gniel, MBA, BEd FACEL

From the CEO

Aasha Murthy

Strengths in schools

Robert Biswas-Diener

Professional autonomy, school innovation and student achievement in the 21st century

Brian J Caldwell, Educational Transformations, Melbourne

(1 Comments) ACEL Educational Leadership Conference 2016: Leadership with Insight and Innovation – Setting the Learning Agenda

Meg Clarke

The little school that could

Dr Jeanne Shaw, Ms Sophie Fenton, Sandridge School, Williamstown, Victoria

(1 Comments) Leading beautifully: a new metaphor for educational leadership

Dr Lisa C Ehrich, Associate Professor, Queensland University of Technology, School of Cultural and Professional Learning, Queensland

(1 Comments) Whatever it takes: Year 12 Certification in Queensland

Mr Selwyn Button, Assistant Director-General, State Schools – Indigenous Education, Queensland DET, Dr John Dungan, former Director of Research, Queensland DET, Ms Leanne Nixon, Assistant Director-General, State Schools – Performance, Queensland DET, Ms Patrea Walton, Deputy Director-General, State Schools, Queensland DET

Leading from the middle

Dr Donna Evans, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba

(1 Comments) Transition partnerships: embracing opportunities for innovation

Dr Mary Lincoln, Director, Early Learning Pathways, Early Childhood and Community Engagement division,
Department of Education and Training, Ms Madeline Hagon, Principal Program Officer, Early Learning Pathways, Early Childhood and Community Engagement division, Department of Education and Training, Ms Cathy Paxton, Principal Policy Officer, Early Learning Pathways, Early Childhood and Community Engagement division,
Department of Education and Training, Queensland

Is your planning inclusive? The Universal Design for Learning framework for an Australian context

Dr Matt Capp, Education Officer: Inclusive Education, Brisbane Catholic Education,
University of Southern Queensland

A reflection on rubrics

Mrs Aminah Kazak, Teacher, Telopea Park School/Lycée franco-australien de Canberra, Barton, Canberra

Teachers as researchers: using action research to inform practice

Ms Amber Carter, Director of Studies, St Philip’s Christian College, Cessnock

(2 Comments) What makes good teaching?

Dr Brad Campbell, Assistant Academic Director, Foundation Studies, University of New South Wales Global Education

Girl talk and writing voices: improving conferencing for middle school students with autism

Ms Marion Piper, Deputy Head of Shelford Girls’ Grammar School, Melbourne, Australia

Lucy Clark, 2016 – Beautiful Failures – how the quest for success is harming our kids – Penguin Random House

Review by Chris Bonnor

Unveiling the truth through Interdisciplinary Learning: reflection, resilience and transformational change

Gary Green, Head of Learning and Community, Drew Mayhills, Technology Innovation Coordinator and Level 3 Classroom Teacher, Shenton College, WA

Roll marking – bureaucratic chore or professional legal duty?

Dr Keith Tronc, OAM, FACEL, Barrister