Education

10 Ways To Engage Student Voice

Leadership styles, Teaching resilience, Developing leadership skills, Online courses

Do you reflect upon your classroom and consistently think, is the learning deep enough? Have I provided enough opportunities to allow my students to transfer their learning?  All the work we do as teachers is for nothing if students fail to appropriately transfer their learning.  John Hattie, Doug Fisher and Nancy Frey all clearly outline…

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Identifying Leadership Purpose – Sacred Heart Primary School

Leadership programs for high school students, Leadership training for students, Leadership programs in schools

Identifying Leadership Purpose – Sacred Heart Primary School A critical area of leadership that we encourage teachers and students to focus on is purpose. Finding purpose as an individual and as a team helps guide leadership behaviour and assist in decision making. It also provides clarity to the why and helps us understand why we do…

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5 Culture Lessons from Auckland Grammar School

School leadership, Leadership training for students,Leadership programs in schools, Leadership programs in schools

5 Culture Lessons from Auckland Grammar Often you sense it from your first experience. As I tried, with little clarity, to guide my taxi driver Jaspreet to my meeting location at Auckland Grammar we hit the ‘asking’ point. You know, the moment that pride is relegated to second on the podium and humility once again…

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The 4 C’s Learning Framework

Leadership courses, Leadership courses for high school students, Building resilience in children

The 4 C’s Learning Framework To provide guidance and clarity to learners across all of our programs, we have adopted the 4 C’s of Learning. The 4 C’s have been inspired by Jean Cote and Wade Gilbert’s research into effective sports coaching where they found coaches play a role in influencing their players Competence, Confidence,…

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The Final Reflection – One Month of Learning in the U.S. of A.

Damian Hecker, Leaders of Evolution

The Final Reflection – One Month of Learning in the U.S. of A. The gruelling 15-hour flight from LAX to Tullamarine provides plenty of time for reflection, albeit in a cramped (even for me at 165cm!) and uncomfortable reflective learning environment.  The excitement of coming home from a month of learning in America was tempered…

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5 things I learnt at Syracuse University

By Damian Hecker, Director of Learning & Development at Leaders of Evolution It’s not often you get the backstage pass.  No lines, preferential treatment and access to a world that most of us only ever discover through a behind the scenes doco. To say I had the rockstar treatment during my time at Syracuse University…

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Mentoring Agreement

Mentoring is a mutually beneficial relationship which involves a more experienced person helping a less experienced person to achieve their goals.

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SMART Goal Setting

Goal setting is universally seen as an effective approach to development — regardless of what that development might be. Goals provide an end point to progression and a road map to get there

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