Global Dialogue webcast

Tue, Nov 1, 2016 9:03 PM GMT{LOCAL_TZ}

Date & Time: 

UK: Tuesday 1 November 2016 - 9pm

New Zealand: Wednesday 2 November 2016 - 10am

Australia (Melbourne): Wednesday 2 November 2016 - 8am

Canada (Toronto): Tuesday 1 November 2016 - 5pm

Welcome to the registration page for the second Global Dialogue event! As many of you will know, this event follows on from our first Global Dialogue webinar held in February, which brought together leading educators from the UK, Canada, New Zealand and Australia to debate the challenges and opportunities presented by cluster-based school collaboration when used as a vehicle for school improvement.

Don’t worry if you missed that webinar, you can watch the highlights and read the think piece written by Steve Munby and Michael Fullan on our dedicated webpage (Click here for the link to the webpage).

We are very pleased that Tony Mackay will again be expertly facilitating the event, this time from our Reading office. Joining Tony and Steve in the debate are John Hattie, Michael Fullan and Viviane Robinson.

The feedback and discussions since February’s Global Dialogue informed our choice of topics for this follow on event, so these are:

* Outcomes focused collaboration

* Leadership capability for a network system

* The power and potential of middle leaders.

During the November event we will also hear from practitioners working in schools in the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand who have been reflecting on these themes and their own experiences of working in collaboration, and who will be ready to respond to the dialogue as it unfolds on the night.

We really hope you can participate; all you need to do now is register and make sure you add the event to your diary. We will keep in touch with you in the run up to the event itself. We do apologise if the event falls outside of working hours for you but this is unavoidable to ensure we can include schools and colleagues in the other countries on very different time zones.

Looking forward to another great debate.

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