Bastow Educational Leadership podcast; conversations with big thinkers about the big questions in education and leadership today
The BEL explores a diverse range of views and perspectives through the lens of educational leadership and its impact on learners and communities.
Steve Munby; imperfect leadership – https://www.bastow.vic.edu.au/sites/default/files/2019-04/Ep04_Bastow_audio_SteveMunby.mp3
Viviane Robinson; quality conversations – https://www.bastow.vic.edu.au/sites/default/files/2019-05/Ep05_Bastow_audio_VivianeRobinson.mp3
Simon Breakspear; Change – https://www.bastow.vic.edu.au/sites/default/files/2019-06/Ep06_Bastow%20audio_SimonBreakspear.mp3
Connecting curriculum & staff development with TDT;
Online Webinar with Philippa Cordingley – 10th May 2020
Exploring educational leadership;
This free course, Exploring educational leadership, provides an overview of the field of educational leadership and management. You will explore: the relationships between management and leadership; the scope of the field; different world views that underpin educational leadership research and practice; and some key concepts such as agency, power and authority and context. You will consider some differences between concepts, models and theories and be introduced to some questions that will help you evaluate different educational leadership theories and models.
Having effective, emotionally-loaded conversation with TDT;
Online Webinar with Jill Berry & Kathryn Morgan – 2nd May 2020
Inclusive leadership in difficult times with TDT;
Online Webinar with Kiran Gill – 7th May 2020
Leadership and context;
This free course, Leadership and context, introduces you to the potential impact of context and culture, both internal and external, on educational organisations and its implications for leadership.
Naylor’s Natter in association with Teacher Development Trust;
A selection of podcasts led by Phil Naylor, where they ‘muse over the latest developments in teaching and learning, evidence and research, CPD and leadership.’ Speaking with experts in their fields. Naylor meets …
Making the leadership leap with Dr. Jill Berry – https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/making-the-leadership-leap-with-dr-jill-berry/id1448601060?i=1000452235997
#WomenEd and #10% braver with Vivienne Porritt – https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/womened-10-braver-vivienne-porritt-interviewed-by-kathryn/id1448601060?i=1000461433527
The ‘why’ and ‘what’ of educational leadership and management;
This free course, The ‘why’ and ‘what’ of educational leadership and management, introduces you to researching educational leadership and management and how undertaking research can contribute to both good practice and the building of leadership capacity.
Seven Distinctions Every Subject Leader Should Know About;
In this session Jon will outline seven distinctions which have implications for how curriculum is organised, sequenced, designed, taught and assessed in each subject. There is no shortcut to expert curriculum design, but understanding these distinctions will help to equip you with a number of theoretical lenses from which to approach the what, why and how of your subject.