Parallel session 4A held on Saturday 21st May at #TEPE2016, University of Malta.
- Education and the future: Developing sustainable leadership in schools by international exchange and collaboration. Marco Snoek (Hogeschool van Amersterdam, Netherlands) and Eve Eisenschmidt (Tallinn University, Estonia)
- Being a teacher. Charlot Cassar (Pestalozzi Programme, Council of Europe)
- Global education and intercultural awareness in eTwinning. Rose-Anne Camilleri (Ministry for Education and Employment, Malta)
SELMAS Forum 2016 recorded at St George’s School for Girls in Edinburgh.
- Craig Munro – Executive Director, Education and Children’s Services, Fife Council.
- Joe Wilson – YouthLink Scotland, Scottish Learning Partnership.
- Sue Brooks – Governor of Polmont Young Offenders Institution.
Professor Clive Dimmock, Robert Owen Centre for Educational Change, ‘Ten Strong Claims for High Performing Leaders and Schools’.
In what ways do high-performing leaders break the mould of mediocre leadership?
Do high-performing leaders possess different qualities from mediocre leaders?
How do we create more high-performing leaders?
Dutch perspectives on personalised learning.