Working with International Educators

At work in your schools

Team Sharing

Educators worked very hard during the events to complete tasks designed to support their work when returning to their schools.

Celebrations

During the final phases of their work, these educators were truly able to see the #FACES of their students.

Data is Only One Part of the Picture

As they worked together the educators participated in opportunities to learn about each other so that they could better understand how to develop leaders once back in their schools

System Leadership

These school leaders were finding ways to have a meaningful impact in their schools upon return to class.

Data Collected and Shared

Data comes in many forms and is open to many interpretations. Working together is critical to understanding the needs of our students.

Share the Learning

These school leaders were asked to share their learning through a formal presentation at the end of the course.

Walking the Walls

Hard work pays off as system leaders come to terms with the need to work collaboratively.

Everyone is a Leader

Opportunities to take on leadership roles alternated with the chance to listen in as other leaders were able to share their experience.

Final Analyis

Great opportunities to learn mean great opportunities to implement.

Thanks for a wonderful day. The teachers I am working with are so inspired by your work. It is the driver of all the wonderful growth within the school.  Today the data shows a 30% decrease in the number of students in the lower two bands. They were so proud.

Karen Gower-Buckley

Indigenous Curriculum and Pedagogy Principal Project Officer Darling Downs South West Region – Toowoomba Office Department of Education and Training

Dear Lyn

I really enjoyed meeting you today and having the privilege of introducing you. I am in awe of your work and passion!

There were so many people who commented to me that for them, your presentation was the highlight of the Conference.

The photos below were taken by the professional conference photographer. I will also send you the ones which I took.

I wish you well for the next two Forums, your stay in Melbourne and a safe flight Home!

Best wishes

Coralee

 

 

Coralee Pratt 

A/Area Executive Director

Thank you Lyn – you have made an incredible contribution to Victoria’s government school leaders. Your work has been fabulous learning for all of us – and so relevant to the initiatives we are embarking on system wide.

With very warm regards Gene

Gene Reardon

Executive Director Professional Practice and Leadership Division Department of Education and Training State of Victoria, Australia

Thank you so much for the opportunity to participate in your work in using the 14 Parameter Research and the Case Management approach (Data Walls and Case Management Meetings). The two days last week in Toowoomba have given us the tools to move forward, and it is now full steam ahead. We have had non-stop meetings this week and are moving mountains very quickly. Some big decisions needed to be made and our work with you has been the catalyst for our leadership team to take action. Positive change is happening already!

Thank you again, and travel safely.

Regards,

Kelly Green

Kelly Green

Year 6 Teacher / Master Teacher Cherbourg State School, Australia

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