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Friday, December 2 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Whatever It Takes! School (Re)design for Personalized Learning From the Outside In and the Inside Out

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South Australia is making inroads into relational schooling design despite systemic forces that work against this agenda. In this workshop, we offer current research revealing the common ideological threads manifesting across three progressive South Australian secondary public schools highlighted by three leaders through interview as key components of their leadership for personalised learning agenda. These thematic threads include: the courage to lead ‘against the grain’ of systemic compliance; re-structuring and re-culturing schooling to promote relational connectedness, positive learning mindsets and flipped classrooms; personalising and negotiating the curriculum around student learning passions; and continually seeking new approaches to professional learning through investing in and researching richer forms. Using hermeneutic methodology, our workshop will offer school development storylines that reveal how these experienced leaders have embraced radical pragmatic educational leadership ideologies to do whatever it takes to place students at the centre of everything they do.

Speakers
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Andrew Bills

Lecturer in Educational Leadership and Management, FLAME Leadership Educational Research Group- Flinders University of South Austra
My educational agenda is 'Relational Schooling'. I bring 25 years of educational involvement in socially-just school reform initiatives in South Australia as an educational leader, teacher, researcher and bureaucrat to my current work as an educational leadership academic at Flinders University. My career has involved educational research, professional development and teaching both inside and outside of schools (early years, primary, secondary... Read More →

Facilitators
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Steve Hicks

Principal, Birdwood High School
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Susan Hyde

Principal, Australian Science and Maths School



Friday December 2, 2016 10:30am - 12:00pm
Washington Room

Attendees (34)