Defining educational transformation

Almost a decade ago Ken Robinson was touting the idea of transforming education. Marketer and author, Seth Godin says transformation falls into the most difficult and most precious project category. Transformation in education is mercurial – ask ten different people and you’ll get ten different responses. I don’t necessarily think this is a negative but … More Defining educational transformation

Leading for the future

I have just completed the first part of my professional learning which involved participating in the Advanced Leadership Program (ALP) at the Judge Business School, Cambridge University. The ALP is an intensive three week aimed at exploring the challenges of leading for Organisational Change in to the future. It provides senior executives space to re-calibrate and … More Leading for the future

Bluyonder voices #4 – a connected school leader

I hope you have been enjoying bluyonder voices so far; if you like the podcasts then please rate on iTunes. John Goh is what I would call a connected principal in today’s world. He’s on social media (@johnqgoh), writes a blog,  is on twitter every Thursday evening hosting #ozprimschchat and attended the Harvard Graduate School of Education. … More Bluyonder voices #4 – a connected school leader

Bluyonder voices #3 – next generation teachers

In case you haven’t marked it on your calendar, October the 27th is World Teacher’s Day. It is often easy to dismiss these UNESCO events, however Friday is an opportunity to recognise the valuable contribution teachers make to the lives of students, their communities and society. As I’ve said before, we have never needed good … More Bluyonder voices #3 – next generation teachers