Education Development Trust Global Dialogue.

On 1 November at 9pm UK time, 5pm Canada time and on 2 November at 8am in Australia and 10am in New Zealand an invited audience of school leaders will again be connecting together across continents in our second live Global Dialogue event.
Global Dialogue brings together schools who are collaborating together to bring about truly school-led improvement programmes. In this event, the schools share what works for them in their local context with others from diverse communities across three continents. Their commentary will be facilitated by leading educationalists Michael Fullan, Tony McKay, John Hattie, Vivianne Robinson and Steve Munby.
globaldialogueAfter the event, a recording will be available to view on this page:

This event will focus on some of the key themes that emerged from the last event, including:
Outcomes focused collaboration
Leadership capability for a network system
The power and potential of middle leaders
We are also privileged to hear from practitioners working in schools, in the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand who will join the event and will reflect on these themes and their own experiences of working in collaboration and will respond to the dialogue as it unfolds.

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  1. Margot McKeegan
    Margot McKeegan says:

    This global dialogue totally energised me and reinforced how important the capacity building aspect of NPDL is -as it is such a global need for educators. Leadership skills when working in a community of schools collaborating together involves skills our principals need more of.

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