AEL Vol 39 (1) March 2017


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From the President

Stephen Gniel, MBA, BEd FACEL

From the CEO

Aasha Murthy

Visible Wellbeing™ in schools: The powerful role of instructional leadership

Professor Lea Waters, Centre for Positive Psychology at the University of Melbourne and
The International Positive Psychology Association, Apple Valley, USA

Catering for the gifted: How inclusive is your school?

John Munro, Australian Catholic University

Welfare to Wellbeing: Australian education’s greatest challenge

Mathew A White, St Peter’s College – Adelaide, South Australia

Learning for differentiation – An Action in Learning approach to teacher professional learning

Mr Nigel Scoggins, Head of English, Dr Kelly Sharp, Head of Middle School, Scotch College, Adelaide

Supporting teacher and student learning in small schools

Dr Lorraine Beveridge, Teacher Quality Advisor SEO2, Mrs Sue Armstrong, Reading Recovery Tutor SEO1, NSW Department of Education, Queanbeyan
Disclaimer: The views expressed in this paper are those of the authors and not necessarily the views of their employer, the NSW Department of Education

The next Martin Bryant is sitting in one of our classrooms

Dr Neil MacNeill, Head Master, Dr Steffan Silcox, Senior Lecturer, Curtin University, Department of Education
Services, Ray Boyd, Principal, Western Australia

Leading to encourage the best

Dr Ken Avenell, Manager of Professional Learning and Leadership, Toowoomba Catholic Education, Queensland

What are we doing to our early career teachers? The issue of the casualisation of the teaching workforce

Ms Bernadette Mercieca, Doctoral Candidate, University of Southern Queensland and teacher, Xavier College,

Blueprint for governing Australian schools

Mr Donald M Walkley, Executive Director, Australian Institute for School Governance, Melbourne

5 ways to ensure that staff hate working for you

Mrs Wendy Collins, Undergraduate Coordinator and Lecturer, School of Business, Christian Heritage College, Queensland

Environmental psychology and classroom design as a tool for promoting meaningful learning

Dr Yael Milo Shussman, expert in Educational Space Design, Israel

Establishing Enabling Routines: How do highly effective teachers do it?

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

Harnessing the power of collaborative practice to improve the primary to secondary school transition experience

Dr Sally Towns, Director School Development – Secondary, Cairns Catholic Education Services, Queensland

In defence of rubrics

Ms Kerri Batch – College Head of Learning, Mrs Josie Crisara – Principal, Ms Bianca Duell – Primary Integrated Studies Coordinator, Mr Kim Forward – Deputy Principal, Dr Adele Hudson – Head of Faculty – Science, Mr Ben Lawless – Head of Faculty – Humanities, Ms Megan Lutton – Head of Faculty – Mathematics,
Aitken College, Melbourne, Victoria

A Model of Effective Formative Feedback

Mr Matthew Stephens, Design and Technology teacher, Knox Grammar School, Sydney and Convenor of the AIS NSW TAS Professional Learning Committee

Rearticulating approaches to the Australian Curriculum – catering for diverse learners

Ms Natalie Davis, Head of Faculty, Learning Enrichment, Whitsunday Anglican School, Queensland

To praise or not praise!

Ms Carroll Byrne, Head of Drama, Ballarat Clarendon College, Victoria

(1 Comments) Going Google: Directions for Leading your school’s implementation of G Suite for Education

Mrs Narissa Leung, Google Certified Innovator, Principal, Campbells Creek and Guildford Primary School, Victoria

Fifteen strikes and you’re out

Dr Keith Tronc, OAM, FACEL, Barrister