Full course description
Independent Schools Victoria is supporting professional learning for staff of Member Schools throughout term two utilising Non-Government Reform Support funding.
Date and time
Thursday 4 June 2020, 8.00 am to 10.00 am
Online – zoom link provided 24 hours prior to the event
This learning event is right for you if you are a leader wanting to capture and build on the learning from remote teaching and learning to contemporise your learning environment.
What it means to be a teacher, a leader and a learner have changed dramatically in recent times. Join author and international speaker, Dr Marie Hubley Alcock for two hours of thought leadership, discussion and reflection on how schools can capture the learning from recent shifts in structure, curriculum and pedagogy to create truly contemporary learning going forward. Marie co-authored 'Bold Moves for Schools - How we create remarkable learning environments', a seminal book for schools seeking action steps to shape their future narrative.
- A global perspective on how learning has changed
- Understanding of new roles for learners and teachers
- Strategies to capture what we have learned and build on the best of what has been happening
Dr Marie Hubley Alcock
Dr Marie Hubley Alcock has co-authored books and presented internationally on a range of areas from brain research, to curriculum, to contemporary learning. She draws on her classroom experience, research, collaborations with colleagues and vision to engage and inspire educators. Marie is co-author of 'Bold Moves for Schools - How we can create remarkable learning environments', 'The Quest for Learning: How to Maximize Student Engagement' among many other educational books, articles and papers. She is president of Learning Systems Associates and a national and international education consultant. Marie has been collaborating with a number of ISV member schools as they seek to make their own bold moves.