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Developing self and others

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Principals Australia Institute

on 11 February 2013

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Transcript of Developing self and others

Developing self and others Being a learner means .... Reflect some more! 'being comfortable with being uncomfortable about what you know and what you don't know. Lead learners reflect deeply, and they admit they don't have all the answers.' How do you think like a learner?
How do you model that?
How do you walk the talk? Being a learner is one of the most important qualities a leader can take into their new role or new setting. What has been your best self-development around curriculum? Personal reflection How might you use these experiences in developing others?

When thinking about implementation of the Australian Curriculum, what might you use from your experiences?

How will you use your time?

Where will you find the time to think, reflect and question, and build relationships and trust? What are your experiences? When thinking about the implementation of the Australian Curriculum, what might you use from your experiences?
How will you use your time?
Where will you find the time to think, reflect and question, and build relationships and trust? Schwahn, C.j and Spady, W. G (2001) Total Leaders: Applying the best future-focused change strategies to education, The Scarecrow Press, Maryland, p48. Who or what enabled you to build your knowledge, skills
and attributes in relation to curriculum and improving the quality of teaching and student learning?

Did it involve a team?

Did it involve a coach or mentor?

What were your experiences?
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