What are the big questions in education today - and what does leadership have to do with it? Join us for conversations with educational thought leaders from Australia and around the world as they discuss the work that drives and inspires them. This podcast explores a diverse range of views and perspectives through the lens of educational leadership and its impact on learners and communities.
How do school leaders get the most out of technology for their teachers and students? Baroness Susan Greenfield knows the brain evolves with every experience. And while technology can be a positive learning tool, its impact on the brain and a young person’s sense of identity still needs further exploration.
Rigour involves raising expectations and teaching and learning to the highest level. Dr Barbara Blackburn explores the building blocks of motivation and how teachers can implement them in their classroom to create a rigorous learning environment.
How can school leaders empower parents, students and staff to create sustained positive change? Richard Gerver talks about creating the conditions for excellence and enthusiasm within school communities.
Parent engagement is one of the strongest predictors of a child's success in school. But what does it look like in an already busy curriculum?
Debbie Pushor explores the high impact teaching strategies of family-centric schools.
Change is complex, because people are complex. How can educational leaders adapt and respond through the change journey to achieve their intended impact? Simon Breakspear says it’s all about being agile.
What does effective system leadership look like for schools in an increasingly collaborative world? And how do leaders build good relationships to tackle the ‘tough stuff’ together?
Viviane Robinson talks about being Open to Learning™ to build trust and meaningful improvement in schools.
It’s not paint-by-numbers, and there’s no rule book – so how do we lead ourselves and others to make the biggest difference in our schools?
Steve Munby talks about power and love and the strength of imperfect leadership.
We live in a time of unprecedented change, and thought leader and innovator Valerie Hannon believes our education systems are lagging behind. What future are we preparing our young people for, and how do we lead the transformation necessary for them to thrive?