AEL Vol 39 (3) August 2017


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From the President

Stephen Gniel, MBA, BEd FACEL

From the CEO

Aasha Murthy

Leading curiosity and powerful learning

David Hopkins, Institute of Education, Chair of Leadership at the University of Bolton, Founder the Adventure Learning Schools Charity

Increasing rigour in your school: three tools for school leaders

Barbara R Blackburn

Inform Create Realise: reflections from the Early Childhood Conference

Rhonda Livingstone, Tamara Sullivan

Conference program Exhibitors


Past present future: respecting the continuum

Dr Phil Ridden, Director, Phil Ridden Consulting, Western Australia

Creating a Self-Determined Learning Community

Mr Steve Borthwick, Principal, Mr Chad Ferris, Assistant Principal St Mel’s Catholic Primary School, Campsie, New South Wales

What constitutes data in the average school and what does data-driven decision making look like?

Mr Rob Sieben, Director, The Hartley Institute, Kent Town, South Australia

(1 Comments) Learning leadership

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

The nature of knowledge: the need for inclusive and flexible assessment

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

Embracing Agile Leadership for Learning – how leaders can create impact despite growing complexity

Dr Simon Breakspear, Executive Director, Agile Schools, Research Fellow, The Education University of Hong Kong

What is the most important thing?

Dr Peter Coutis, Director of Research, Teaching and Learning, Scotch College, Melbourne

Preparing to fail – the lack of classroom management instruction in teacher training

Mr Ben Lawless, Head of Faculty – Humanities, Aitken College, Melbourne

Recommendations for school vacation – teacher graffiti in a democratic schoolyard

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

Teach First New Zealand Alumni Retreat 2017

Mr Adam Inder, Head of Learning Area – Mathematics, Science & Technologies, Clarkson Community High School, Western Australia

Using Digital Feedforward in the music classroom

Mrs Belinda Dolan, Music Teacher, Living Faith Lutheran Primary School, Murrumba Downs, Queensland

Preventing professional rottenness: rooting out teacher predation

Dr Keith Tronc, OAM, FACEL, Barrister