Spirals of Inquiry

Spirals of Inquiry

2 DAY WORKSHOP

MONDAY 12 August |  TUESDAY 13 August

 Registration is closed for this event

Date

August 12, 2019
9:00 AM to August 13th, 2019 3:30 PM

Venue

MCG
Brunton Avenue
EAST MELBOURNE, VIC 3002
Australia

Cost

Full Registration
$620.00   (inc GST)

Cost includes program materials, morning tea, and lunch.

 

Parking

As parking in the area is mainly 1 and 2 hour, we recommend that participants use public transport. CSE is a 5 minute walk from trams and trains.

PROGRAM DETAILS
 

This two-day workshop is designed to provide school leaders, department heads, team leaders and aspiring leaders with the concepts and tools to lead professional inquiry in their schools with the overall goal of increasing quality and equity for all learners.

 

Based on extensive case study research and empirical evidence in British Columbia, Canada and in New Zealand, the spiral of inquiry is now being used in several jurisdictions including England, Sweden, Catalonia, the Yukon Territories and Australia.

 

Participants will develop and / or extend understanding in the following areas:

  • The connection between moral purpose, clear goals and school leadership

  • The impact of mindset and curiosity on school culture – and learner motivation

  • The importance of change initiatives being grounded in a solid understanding of learning from both a Western and an Indigenous perspective

  • The specific stages of the spiral of inquiry – and the role of the leader in leading professional inquiry

Case studies of genuine and sustained school change from a range of jurisdictions will be used to illustrate the key ideas. 

ABOUT THE PRESENTERS

Judy Halbert

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Linda Kaser

Dr Judy Halbert and Dr Linda Kaser lead the Transformative Educational Leadership Program at the University of British Columbia (telp.educ.ubc.ca); the Networks of Inquiry and Indigenous education (www.noiie.ca) in British Columbia.

 

They are deeply committed to achieving equity and quality for all learners—and to networking for innovation and improvement across systems. To that end, they served as Canadian representatives to the OECD international research program on Innovative Learning Environments.

 

Linda and Judy have served as principals, district leaders, and policy advisors with British Columbia’s Ministry of Education. They are the co-authors of The Spiral Playbook (2017).

 

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