The Australian Leaders Lounge

 
 
 
 
playEpisode 3.01 - Michael Fullan

Prolific, award-winning author and worldwide authority on educational reform Michael Fullan presents “System transformation: COVID-19 as a Dark Partner”

playEpisode 3.02 - Leanne Nixon

Leanne Nixon, Deputy Chief Executive will share the Northern Territory Department of Education’s COVID-19 response story so far in her keynote: “Leading Innovation as we Rebound to Recovery”

playEpisode 3.03 - Martin Westwell

"Belonging in a Changing World," What can we do to create a sense of belonging for young people in our classrooms?

playEpisode 3.04 - John Hattie

Award-winning education researcher and best-selling author John Hattie presents "Lets’ Bring Back Better from COVID to create a new syntax of learning"

playEpisode 3.05 - Mary Jean Gallagher

Former chief student achievement officer and assistant deputy minister of the Ontario Ministry of Education, Mary Jean Gallagher presents "System Transformation: Moving Towards The Light"

playEpisode 3.06 - Lisa Rodgers

Lisa Rodgers at the ACEL 2020 Global Conference presents her keynote, "Dispatches from a Unicorn: The Western Australian Experience"

playEpisode 3.07 - David Hopkins

Professor David Hopkins presents "Schooling Post Covid-19 – a perspective from England" during the ACEL Global Conference 2020

playEpisode 3.08 - Lee Watanabe-Crockett

Best-selling author Lee Watanabe-Crockett presents his keynote "Future-Focused Learning Opportunities From the Remote Learning Crisis"

playEpisode 3.09 - Murat Dizdar

Murat will explore the NSW Department’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, how it has highlighted the capacity of schools to be agile and how it supported each and every student during this crisis to be known, valued and cared for.

playEpisode 3.10 - Jim Watterston

Dr Jim Watterston presents his keynote "Improving Australia’s plateaued school system post the pandemic: A catalyst for change or a retreat to the safety of the past?"

playEpisode 3.11 - Pasi Sahlberg

Finnish educator, author and scholar Pasi Sahlberg presents his keynote “Leading and learning through uncertain time” during the ACEL Global Conference 2020

playEpisode 3.12 - Phillip Heath

Phillip Heath at the ACEL 2020 Global Conference presents his keynote, “Leading successful learning in a changed world”

playEpisode 3.13 - Barbara Blackburn

Barbara explores practical leadership strategies, that can be used to inspire teachers, as well as several classroom-based strategies.

playEpisode 3.14 - Katy Haire

ACT Education Director General Katy Haire presents "Maximizing and evaluating innovation in a disrupted education world" at the ACEL Global Conference 2020

playEpisode 3.15 - Andy Hargreaves

Andy Hargreaves, Director of CHENINE and President of the ARC Education Project, will share post-pandemic solutions for educational reform in his keynote: “Pandemonium or Panorama: The Post-Pandemic Future of Public Education”

playEpisode 3.16 - Dr Denise Quinlan and Dr Lucy Hone

Dr Denise Quinlan and Dr Lucy Hone will share practical insights to help you create individualised wellbeing plans to fit with the culture and context of your learning institution.

playEpisode 3.17 - Yong Zhao

Foundation Distinguished Professor in the School of Education at the University of Kansas and a professor in Educational Leadership at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education in Australia, Yong Zhao presents "Students as Change Partners: Student Self-determination and Autonomy"

playEpisode 3.18 - Deborah Dunstone

Deb Dunstone, Assistant Director-General, State Schools - Disability and Inclusion in the Department of Education, presents her keynote "Inclusive Leadership – adjusting the adjustments during COVID-19" at the ACEL 2020 Global Conference.

playEpisode 3.19 - Anne Maree Carroll & Stephanie MacMahon

Annemaree Carroll and Stephanie MacMahon from University of Queensland present "Educators and researchers in partnership: how our collective effort can lead learning"

playEpisode 3.20 - Eric Sheninger

Senior Fellow and Thought Leader on Digital Leadership with the International Center for Leadership in Education (ICLE) Eric Sheninger presents "Leading in Times of Uncertainty".

playEpisode 3.21 - Gavin Grift

Leading education and business expert Gavin Grift presents a taster webinar "Learn to Prevail and Prosper in Difficult Times"

playEpisode 3.22 - Karen Thorpe

Senior Fellow and Thought Leader on Digital Leadership with the International Center for Leadership in Education (ICLE) Eric Sheninger presents "Leading in Times of Uncertainty".

playEpisode 3.23 - VIC Q&A Forum

Fenwick English, Kate Morris, Mike De’ath and Ray Swann share their insights on the topic of "Leadership: The Bold and the Beautiful" and respond to a range of interesting questions from the audience.

playEpisode 3.24 - Ian Williamson

Dr. Ian Williamson will share insights on how leaders can best manage the transition from survival to thriving in the COVID-19 era.

playEpisode 3.25 - VIC Patrons Oration

"Learners without Borders: New Conditions of Learning and Teaching." Professor Yong Zhao discusses the new conditions of learning and teaching that can liberate students from the borders of schooling.

playEpisode 3.26 - Greg Whitby

Greg Whitby is a Fellow of the Australian College of Educators and the Western Sydney University Australian Institute of Management presents "Schooling in the age of disruption"

playEpisode 3.27 - Lyn Sharratt

"Lyn Sharratt presents “Leading in calm and crisis: nothing has changed, and everything has changed” at the ACEL 2020 Global Conference.

playEpisode 3.28 - Pak Tee Ng

Pak Tee is from the national education institute of Singapore. He presents Singapore’s response to COVID-19 and discusses how this has impacted the education system at the ACEL 2020 Global Conference.

playEpisode 3.29 - Carol Ann Tomlinson

Carol Ann Tomlinson is Professor Emeritus at the University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education where she served as Co-Director of the University’s Institutes on Academic Diversity. She discusses Mindshift’s toward Meaningful Inclusion at ACEL National Disability and inclusion conference 2021.

playEpisode 3.30 - Peter Alter

Peter Alter is the Chair of the Teacher Education Department and an Associate Professor of Special Education at St. Mary’s College of California. He presents on how to innovate schooling by Changing Mindsets: Four Key Questions for Implementing Multi-Tiered Systems of Support at the ACEL National Disability and inclusion conference 2021.

playEpisode 3.31 - Ben Gauntlett

Ben Gauntlett is the Disability Discrimination Commissioner. Ben is a quadriplegic following a schoolboy rugby union accident at the age of 16. He presents on Inclusive Education in Australia and where it is going at ACEL National Disability and inclusion conference 2021.

playEpisode 3.32 - Deborah Dunstone

Deborah Dunstone has been Assistant Director-General, State Schools - Disability and Inclusion in the Department of Education since 2017. She presents on Queensland’s journey around Inclusive Education following the Queensland Disability Review in 2017 at ACEL National Disability and inclusion conference 2021.

play3.33 - Rhonda Faragher

Rhonda Faragher is an Associate Professor of Inclusive Education at the University of Queensland. She presents on the leader’s role in aligning philosophy, policy and practice at ACEL National Disability and inclusion conference 2021.

playEpisode 3.34 - VIC Q&A FORUM

The Leaders Lounge presents VIC Q&A Forum: Reimagining the principalship. featuring Fiona Hutton, Tina King, Pitsa Binnion, Nicole Mangelsdorf, Theresa Lincoln and Dr Amanda Heffernan.

play3.35 - Suzanne Carrington

Suzanne is a Professor in the Faculty of Education, QUT Australia. She presents on Ethical Leadership for Inclusive Schools at ACEL National Disability and inclusion conference 2021.

play3.36 - Carly Findlay

Carly Findlay OAM is an award-winning writer, speaker, and appearance activist. In 2020, Carly Findlay received a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) for her work as a disability advocate and activist. She presents a talk at ACEL National Disability and inclusion conference 2021.

play3.37 - Tony Cook

Tony Cook PSM is the Director-General of the Department of Education. Tony is a registered primary school teacher with a major in early childhood education. He has been a deputy principal and has taught in schools and preschools in Queensland and the United Kingdom. He presents a talk at ACEL National Disability and inclusion conference 2021.

play3.38 - Disability Conference Panel

Disability Conference Panel at the ACEL National Disability and inclusion conference 2021. This Panel features Elijah Buol OAM, Dinesh Palipana OAM, Leon Proud and Carly Findlay OAM. Moderated by Dr Beth McInally.

play3.39 - Lakeisha Patterston

Lakeisha Patterston is a decorated Australian Paralympian. She Presents a Motivational and inspiring talk at the ACEL National Disability and inclusion conference 2021.

play3.40 - Catharine Hydon

Catharine Hydon presents 'The Art of Educational Leadership in Changing Times' at the ACEL early childhood online conference 2021.

play3.41 - Pasi Sahlberg

Pasi Sahlberg is Back! as he presents on 'Building back better for every child' during an ongoing global health crisis at the ACEL early childhood online conference.

play3.42 - Karen Thorpe

Karan Thorpe returns, and brings her take on the question; 'What makes the a difference in the long-term?' at the ACEL early childhood online conference 2021.

play3.43 - Tonia Gray

Tonia Gray presents 'Promoting Outdoor Play Post-Pandemic' at the ACEL early childhood online conference 2021