Leadership Resources

PASS Coach Training
Treining Bilong Ol Kouch

PASS coach training is a self-directed course designed to support PASS leaders to develop their skills as facilitators and designers of professional learning.

Coach Training Overview.pdf

PASS Leading Learning
Yumi Olgeta 

Developed by Anna Antonijevic, Director of Deeper Futures and PASS Learning Designer & Facilitator, Leading Learning provides a range of professional learning opportunity for PASS school leaders, aspirant leaders, system leaders, teachers and provincial education officers to participate in capacity building workshops.

PASS Ol Lida Meri
All Women Lead

Developed by Anna Antonijevic, Director of Deeper Futures and PASS Learning Designer & Facilitator, Ol Lida Meri (All Women Lead) is a professional learning course targeted at building the capability of PNG women in educational leadership. The course has been designed for female Provincial Education Officers, National Department of Education Leaders, and Secondary School Leaders. 

The learning is focused on leading improvement-focused change and empowering others, as well as supporting women in education to apply their leadership skills as part of a co-designed initiative in their respective provinces, while supporting each other as a greater PNG network. The course provides a self-paced learning resource that participants can use to grow the leadership capacity of other women.

Building a World-Class Learning System

How to build a world-class learning system

Why have five education systems – British Columbia, Estonia, Finland, Hong Kong and South Korea - all performed unusually well in international achievement surveys over the past two decades? In this easy-to-read paper Professor Geoff Masters, CEO of the Australian Council for Educational Research describes how these countries are redesigning their learning systems for the future and identifies what may be required for any country to perform well on measures of the kind currently used in international surveys of student achievement. 

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CSE Leading Education Series#10-D5.pdf

Change One Thing

If you could change one thing in education what would it be?

A series of short video interviews asks leading Australian educators what is one thing they would change about education. Has the focus of education changed as society and technology evolves? asks Education pioneer Sophie Fenton. She believes that repositioning humanness at the centre of education will enhance learning experiences. Watch Sophie’s video to find out more.

How do we create a more inclusive and diverse tech industry? Watch Samantha Floreani from Code Like A Girl to find out. Listen to what educators would change about assessment, learning and mindset. Or – develop your own series! How about asking every teacher in your school what they would change in education - or ask your Year 12 students, before they leave school.

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Education for Human Flourishing

A paper for education leaders by Michael Stevenson. High performing education systems globally are undertaking new thinking on the purposes of education. We need to prepare young people for a world in which artificial intelligence may equal and surpass our own. Education should enable us to flourish in the coming age of machines. Education for human flourishing explores how we nurture, in every human being, a suite of distinctive human intelligences, which equip us not only to flourish as individuals but also to contribute to flourishing societies and economies, in balance with the planet.

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Future of Educational Leadership: Five Signposts

How do education leaders prepare schools for the future?

The future of educational leadership: Five signposts is a thought-provoking and easy-to-read paper relevant to education leaders in every country around the world today. It discusses what educational leadership is required for schools and education systems at this most pivotal time in human history: an era of climate change, pandemics and rising global conflicts alongside the infinite possibilities of technologies and Artificial Intelligence. In just one school generation - when school beginners now are leaving school - what skills, knowledge and attributes will students at school need to thrive? How will schools need to change to achieve this? And what is the role of school and system leaders in leading that change?

Read the paper here

The future of educational leadership: Five signposts.pdf

Future-proofing Students

A report by the Melbourne Graduate School of Education about what students need to know and how educators can assess and credential them.

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How to Measure Learning Success

How to measure learning success for the future?

Professor Sandra Milligan, Director of the Assessment Research Centre at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne, presents a 2022 Dean’s Lecture on how to measure learning success. She presents a strong argument for moving beyond just a single mark in assessment. She explains new ways to assess and credential learning that better meet the needs of learners, teachers, tertiary institutions and workplaces of the future.

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Renegotiating Learning in a Hybrid World

This paper reflects on principles and practical examples around how we might renegotiate learning in a hybrid world. It argues that a broad definition of hybrid reflects the complex realities we are faced with in education and allows us to focus more closely on the variables we need to consider when designing learning that is rich in technology, complex in nature, occurring in a range of settings and requiring nuanced learning design. The paper explores the purpose of education; the significance of student agency and the implications of adopting a Hybrid Learning model. It concludes that systems need to create the enabling factors that allow the renegotiation of learning in a hybrid world.

HarteHowarthCSE Leading Education Series#11 hybridcopy copy.pdf