Presented by: Pam Burton
Teacher PD Event Information: 6 Teacher PD Hours
Have you ever wondered why some schools appear to be successful in the way they implement and embed new ideas and initiatives whilst others seem to struggle to build commitment and enthusiasm for new practices?
It could have something to do with the way the school manages whole school change, and it could also be related to the way schools support individuals who resist or find change difficult. This workshop will invite participants to examine and expand their understanding of and approaches to change management in an educational setting.
This workshop uses evidence based research and includes educational change research and the work of Carol Vecchio, Navigating Change, specialist.
Two key aspects of change will be explored:
- Leading and understanding educational change - the key elements that support the successful implementation of change initiatives.
- Leading yourself and others through times of change - understanding and supporting yourself and others to navigate the cycles of change in your career and workplace
Please bring a laptop computer with you.
|26th October, 2017|
|9.30am - 3.30pm (Reg. from 8.30am)|
Mulgrave Country Club
|Target Audience: Current and Aspiring School Leaders.|
|$306.90 GST Incl.|
About the Presenter
Pam Burton’s interest, experience and expertise in educating students at all levels is reflected in her broad teaching and consultancy career. She is a celebrated presenter and author who works extensively with students, teachers and organisations in the areas of leadership, brain compatible learning, boys’ education, literacy, gifted education, creative and critical thinking, learning styles, multiple intelligences and cooperative learning. She has been a lecturer in Gifted Education at Deakin University, a presenter in the Bright Sparks and Women in Leadership programs and numerous other programs at Deakin University.