Projects

All projects are designed specifically for your school to give the greatest value to you in your context. Outlined in each project is an idea of what it could look like. 

If any of these projects interest you , please contact us to discuss options. 

Where to start?…

There are many, and all are important. What matters is finding a start point and looking at the impacts that start point has on the whole learning system so that you can build change-ready tribes in your school. It is no longer about adding stuff onto what you already do, or making a change to one area (usually designs for learning or strategies for learning) without creating actions for all elements of the learning system.

Leadership 4 Learning

AKA Change Leadership - supporting leaders through the 7 Habits of a change leader.

Leadership for learning is about what leadership actions are required to support the learning that is part of the change process.

T3 - Teacher Think Tank

What matters is finding a start point and looking at the impacts that start point has on the whole learning system so that you can build change-ready tribes in your school. It is no longer about adding stuff onto what you already do, or making a change to one area (usually designs for learning or strategies for learning) without creating actions for all elements of the learning system. An in-school T3 session will help you gain the clarity and focus you need to prioritise the right things and gain traction on change.

Inquiry

Inquiry is the tool in which to drive innovation and action. The tool with which to build capability of all members of the school.

Strategies 4 Learning

Strategies for Learning is how content is presented, synthesised and manipulated to deepen learning. Today’s students engage with content very differently and so the strategies for learning we use are definitely worth a review and a refine to cater for the needs to kids in the 21st Century.

Language 4 Learning

A language for learning defines an organization's learning culture. It needs to reflect the language that is used to identify what successful learning looks like in the school.