AEL Vol 38 (3) August 2016


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

Dr Jim Watterston FACEL

From the CEO

Aasha Murthy

Why differentiation is difficult: reflections from years in the trenches

Carol Ann Tomlinson

Inspirational leadership in school life – Lessons from Shakespeare’s Henry V

Ben Walden, founder and Artistic Director of Contender Charlie, London

Developing teachers’ pedagogical gifts – the most important leadership challenge of our times

Emeritus Professor Frank Crowther, AM, Patron ACEL

Developing an aligned system-wide strategic plan: the critical role of collaboration – a case study from Sydney Catholic Schools

Dr Mark Turkington, Regional Director, Southern Region, Archdiocese of Sydney, Mr Simon Ghantous,
Professional Officer, Southern Region Office and Mr Simon Crook, PhD Candidate, University of Sydney
and Founder of CrookED Science

Leading in complexity: the sleeping innovation

Mr Lynden Leppard, Doctoral Candidate, University of Tasmania

Unlearning leading so we can innovate then change

Dr Ken Avenell, Principal Education Officer, Brisbane Catholic Education, Queensland

The challenge of change

Mrs Pauline Watson, Head of Teaching and Learning – Senior Years, MacKillop Catholic College, NT

Connection with the community – from kindergarten to post school. Transitioning children with disabilities across multiple settings in their schooling careers

Ms Francine Rigby, Head of Special Education Services, Capalaba State College and Mrs Rachel Ezekiela,
Teacher, Capalaba State College

They called him Flipper… how to be a better decision-maker

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

Hear no evil, see no evil

Dr Nathan Simmons, Educational Psychologist, Anglican Church Grammar School, Brisbane

Messy or not: the role of education institutions in leading successful applications of digital technology in teaching and learning

Mr Chris Littlejohn, Postgraduate student: School of Education, Monash University and Dr Jane Hunter,
Senior Lecturer, School of Education, University of Technology Sydney

Preparing for a future that has already arrived: improving teacher wellbeing through educational technology

Drew Mayhills, Technology Innovation Coordinator, Google Certified Educator and
Senior School Teacher, Shenton College, WA

Facts don’t change behaviour, stories do

Dr Terry Quong, Principal, Jockey Club Ti-I College, Hong Kong

Every change begins with a conversation

Mr Rob Sieben, Director, The Hartley Institute, Kent Town, SA

The proof is in the data

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

Forget the binary: thinking and learning require the old, the digital and the home!

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

The perils of parent parties

Dr Keith Tronc, OAM, FACEL, Barrister