Webinar 1: Setting the Direction for School Improvement
Making School Change Work for You | Understanding and Impacting Culture | Building Ownership and Shared Vision



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8:00 PM - 9:00 PM AEST



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The Australian Council for Educational Leaders present the new webinar series from Dr Barbara Blackburn “7 Strategies for Improving Your School”. Three stand-alone webinars will be presented by the globally renown expert and leading educator

7 Strategies for Improving Your School Webinar series will provide the busiest leaders with an accessible set of tools that can immediately be deployed to positively impact their school. Dr Blackburn will personally present and explore the COMPASS model —Culture; Ownership and Shared Vision; Managing Data; Professional Development; Advocacy; Shared Accountability; and Structures to Sustain Success—as an overall framework for school improvement.

The three-part webinar series will include in-depth discussions of easy-to-implement, useful strategies for improvement and address the most common concerns facing today’s school leaders. Supplemented with presentation decks, personal follow up development packets, personalised handouts and worksheets and exclusive book discounts from one of the world leaders in the field.

About your speaker: Barbara Blackburn

Ranked number 4 in The Top 30 Global Gurus in Education, Barbara Blackburn has dedicated her life to raising the level of rigor and motivation for professional educators and students alike. Internationally known for her inspirational, dynamic and interactive style, Dr Barbara Blackburn is a teacher, a leader, and a university professor responsible for graduate training for educators.

Barbara has used her knowledge and her experiences to write 18 best selling books. She utilises the engagement she advocates there to capture and instil in nationwide audiences the desire to aggressively institute constructive change. 


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