The pivotal factor in achieving the best possible outcomes for all students is high-quality teachers and teaching. Principals and school leaders have an integral role to play in creating the professional culture that is foundational to continuous professional learning, effective teaching, successful student learning, and school improvement.
Teacher standards, professionalism and performance development have emerged as dominant themes in current educational discourse, both nationally and internationally. Over two days, the 2012 Leadership Conference offered principals and other school leaders the opportunity to consider their pivotal role in promoting and ensuring high teacher standards and quality performance development to support continuous school improvement.
Professor Stephen Dinham OAMUniversity of Melbourne
Margery EvansAustralian Institute of Teaching and School Leadership
Diane Henninggrowth coaching international
Dr Ben JensenGrattan Institute Melbourne
Denis McLaughlinAustralian Catholic University
Dr Kristine Needhamgrowth coaching international
Distinguished Professor Viviane RobinsonUniversity of Auckland
Chris WardlawDepartment of Education and Early Childhood Development
Tom WhittingtonInstitute of Education, University of Worcester
Vic ZbarZbar Consulting
Principals and key leaders of Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne.
30–31 October 2012Etihad Stadium740 Bourke Street,Docklands VIC 3009
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