Regional Capacity Building Facilitator
New Pedagogies for Deep Learning
For the last 12 years Max was a school and system leader with the Department of Education, Tasmania. He has headed K-12 technology-based educational reform initiatives, school and district resourcing, and worked with teachers and school leaders to build their proficiency in leading, teaching and learning. Max also currently lectures into and co-designs pre-service teacher education modules at the University of Tasmania (UTAS). Prior to working in Tasmania, Max taught at an international school in Southern China, and in Geelong, Australia.
Max has a number of post graduate certifications including a Master of Educational Leadership, several accreditations in coaching and brokering approaches, and a broad and varied skillset built on experience both within and from outside the education sector. Besides being passionate about family life and tinkering in the shed, Max is highly committed to exploring how effective education systems lead, educate and learn with, from and for future generations, using technology as an amplifier and connector of leaders, learners and learning.
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At our recent Global Deep learning Lab We had the pleasure and privilege of listening to Dr Jean Clinton, Child Psychiatrist / Knowledge Translator, make connections between our 6 C’s, teaching, learning, stress and “success” Dr Jean elaborates further here: https://thelearningexchange.ca/deep-learning-and-well-being-levelling-the-playing-field-for-all-children/ A couple of Dr Jean’s most powerful statements were that “Teachers create the weather in […]
It was wonderful to catch up with so many of you at our DLL several weeks ago. Thank you for making our time together so powerful! The collaborative conversations, sharing of insights and resources, and culture of learning together was an energising and humbling experience. The connections and relationships continue to bloom post-DLL, and we […]
NPDLConnect Podcast series As we lead up to our Global Deep Learning Lab let’s double the thought leadership! Mary Coverdale Mary Coverdale has been the Assistant Regional Director in the North Coast Region of Australia, and has committed her career to improve public schools in her country. Her passion to support teachers to develop curious, […]
OUT NOW! The program for our 2018 DLL in Vancouver is live and available here. Plan your schedule to engage with as many thought leaders and Insight Sessions as you can. We hope to see you there! engage the world change the world
NPDLConnect Podcast series Leading and Learning in Uruguay This week we are in Uruguay working with Mentors, Principals and System leaders further building understanding and capacity to strengthen the NPDL working over 400 schools across the country. In this special edition of our NPDL Podcasts (in Spanish) we will go in deep conversation with three […]
Our April Global Deep Learning Lab in Vancouver, Canada is rapidly approaching. Read about some of the thought leaders on the program engage the world change the world. Download the full details here and register here: http://bit.ly/DLL18REG Early Bird rates for NPDL members have been extended to February 16.
The Critical Importance of Deep Learning for Students The Consortium for Educational Change http://www.cecweb.org recently sat down with Michael Fullan to record a podcast where he discusses the impact deep learning can have on students. Michael discusses the right drivers and the wrong drivers in education, and how using the right drivers – like collaboration and […]
The second of our “Leadables”- “Efficiency is for Robots” A critical element of change leadership is “going slow to go fast”, but sometimes leaders need a short, sharp focus to generate professional learning conversations or for individual reflection. Designed as “quick shots”, “Leadables” are intended to be used to provoke dialogue and focussed conversations around a […]
Michael Fullan on Leadership… Read about: the role of public schools in a Democracy Collaboration between schools moral purpose sustainable practice……and more download the article