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Round table: learning from disruption

Starts Jun 18, 2020


Full course description

Date and Time

Thursday 18 June 2020, 4.00 pm to 5.30 pm


Online Event


This learning event is right for you if you are wanting to connect with colleagues to share strategies and ideas for embracing contemporary challenges facing schools.  

The focus of this event is to learn from the disruption caused by COVID-19.


The idea of 'Round Tables' is to explore a topic/area of interest that all schools are facing as schools look to evolve into contemporary organisations to meet the needs of modern learners.  This focused time will have short presentations from several schools around the topic/challenge at hand and then the world cafe model will be employed to ensure you are entering the conversation which best meets your needs.

Through isLearn the conversation can continue to provide clarity and support for your next steps.

Each Round Table event will have an ISV facilitator and a variety of colleagues from across the sector who will share their stories and strategies around the theme/challenge.

"Education is a business - the growth business. It cultivates the growth of our learners, translates the growth of new knowledge, and builds professional growth." Heidi Hayes-Jacobs

Key Takeaways                

  • Expanded network
  • Increased knowledge and understanding of a contemporary challenge
  • Strategies to create focused discussion and action in your own context

Presenter Information

Nicola Forrest: Principal, Cornish College

Fiona McKenzie: Principal, Phillip Island Village School

Simon Le Plastrier: Principal, Eltham College

ISV facilitator

Karen Milkins-Hendry: Dean, The Development Centre                       


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