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Monday, May 13 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Can standards and frameworks support principals to be better instructional leaders?

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Precis:

It is no secret that external frameworks and tools can sometimes be an imposition on schools and school leaders.  In Queensland, Australia, principals have successfully used Annual Teacher Performance Reviews (ATPR) and the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers (APST) to develop the practice of teachers across diverse schools and locations.  This workshop unpacks how principals have contextualised these processes to improve teacher capacity across the full range of experience and capabilities.

Our pitch:

The true power of school leadership lies in unlocking the potential of yourself and the staff of the school you lead. Systems impose their idea of the best way to achieve this and principals adapt and adopt practices so that they actually work. Real life examples provide opportunities to enhance success.

Speakers
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Chris Capra

Executive Principal, Palm Beach Currumbin SHS
Chris Capra, Over the past decade Chris has led a large primary school, a very large P-12 school and one of our largest state high schools. Chris has led schools across the state and also has experience in education systems roles as an Assistant Regional Director.
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Kendall Seccombe

Primary School Principal, Millchester State School
Kendall is the principal of a small primary school in regional Queensland and has a history of instructional leadership in other similar schools. She is currently Principal of Millchester State School, a regional primary school of 186 students in Charters Towers, Queensland, Australia... Read More →
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Anne Rathmell

Anne is the Principal of Chinchilla State High School in south-west of Queensland and has a long history of leadership in regional schools. Anne is also a senior rank-and-file leader in the Queensland Teachers' Union.


Monday May 13, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm MDT
Champlain Room