Inspiring Teacher Leadership

How can we become courageous, discerning and inspiring leaders of learning?

A program designed to build the capacity of teacher leaders to lead learning in their schools and to support their school leaders to create the conditions for a school wide culture of learning.

Inspiring Teacher Leadership is a partnership between school leaders, teacher leaders and the EdPartnerships team - with the learning of teacher leaders significantly embedded in the real-life context of their school.

The program focuses on the following areas of learning:

  • Strengthening our Identities as Leaders and Learners – connecting to moral purpose
  • Partnering to Learn in Community – investigating new forms of learning relationships
  • Leading and Navigating the Landscape of Learning - inspiring excellence in learning and teaching
  • Leading Researchful Change – differentiated for local contexts and priorities

 

Inspiring Teacher Leadership

Overview

The program is for teacher leaders, including both those with formal leadership roles (Leading Teachers and Learning Specialists) and informal teacher leaders who lead a team or the professional learning of colleagues. 

Principal class mentors attend two morning workshops with a specific focus on their role as in-school capacity builders and the final day with their teacher leaders.

Inspiring Teacher Leadership is a remotely facilitated online course with multiple opportunities for interactive and collaborative small group learning.

The structure of the program for teacher leaders consists of the equivalent of 8 facilitated workshop days, self-managed triad learning with other members of the course, as well as ongoing investigation and application that is relevant to your role and context.  

Register your interest here. You’ll be alerted when registrations open.

Dates and locations will be open for registration on September 10th

Costs: $1220 + GST (includes 8 workshop days for one teacher leader and 2 morning workshops and the final day for their mentor).

Please contact admin@edpartnerships.edu.au for further information

If circumstances permit a locally/regionally based program maybe possible with a blend of face to face and online facilitation. If you are interested in this and would like to be an area school host for an ITL cohort, please contact us to discuss. Hosting schools will be offered discounted access to this program.

 

Who have we partnered with?
  • Armadale Primary School
  • Australian Catholic University
  • Bastow Institute
  • Berwick Fields PS
  • Carlton Primary School
  • Catholic Diocese of Ballarat Education Office
  • Dandenong West Primary School
  • Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
  • Derrimut Primary School
  • Elisabeth Murdoch College
  • Eltham High School
  • Footscray Primary School
  • Grovedale College
  • MACS - Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools
  • Monash University
  • Mother of God School, Ardeer
  • Prahran High School
  • Roxburgh Homestead Primary School
  • St Francis de Sales Primary School Lynbrook
  • St Joseph's Crib Point
  • St Mary of the Cross MacKillop Primary School
  • St Paul the Apostle, Doreen
  • William Ruthven College
  • Wonga Park Primary School
William Ruthven CollegeDandenong West Primary SchoolPrahran High SchoolSt Mary of the Cross MacKillop Primary SchoolWonga Park Primary SchoolDepartment of Education and Early Childhood DevelopmentSt Francis de Sales Primary School LynbrookMACS - Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic SchoolsBerwick Fields PSFootscray Primary SchoolArmadale Primary SchoolBastow InstituteDerrimut Primary SchoolSt Joseph's Crib Point
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