August 3, 2016
by Jillian Brown
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Most Likely to Succeed – Upcoming film screenings

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MLTS quoteDET Learning and Teaching Branch in partnership with Bastow Institute of Educational Leadership are presenting a series of free screenings of the feature length edu-documentary Most Likely to Succeed at regional locations in August.

This inspirational film explores the possibilities of education when we provide opportunities for students to have strong agency over their learning.

Most Likely to Succeed looks at how one school has adopted a fresh approach to educating their students with great results. It also delves into the possibilities of how learning environments, building on passion and expertise, giving students a voice, and leveraging partnerships with parents and school community, can have a positive impact on student learning.

This award winning film reaffirms some of the great things we are doing in schools, and raises questions about what else can be done to provide our students with the best education.

Following the film there will be a panel discussion featuring school principals, education system leaders, students and industry leaders.


When Wednesday 15th August, 5:00pm – 7:00pm
WhereSt Joseph’s College, 154 Twelfth St, Mildura
Register
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/most-likely-to-succeed-mildura-tickets-26795277396

When Wednesday 17th August, 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Where: Swan Hill Town Hall Auditorium, 53 McCallum Street, Swan Hill
Register
   https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/most-likely-to-succeed-film-screening-swan-hill-tickets-26477352474?aff=es2

When
: Thursday 18th August, 4:30pm – 7:00pm
Where: Plenty Ranges Arts & Convention Centre, 35 Ferres Boulevard, South Morang
Register
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/most-likely-to-succeed-film-screening-south-morang-tickets-26557464090?aff=es2

When: Wednesday 31st August, 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Where: Lilydale Heights College – 17 Nelson Road, Lilydale
Register
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/most-likely-to-succeed-film-screening-lilydale-tickets-26672214311?aff=es2

Please note: This film contains one word of profanity, so it not suitable for primary school aged children.

August 2, 2016
by Jillian Brown
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Bastow events not to miss

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Bastow is offering two exciting twilight seminars for all education professionals from government and non-government schools and early childhood sector.

  • Future Ready Leadership (presented by Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach) – Wed 10th Aug, 5pm – 6pm
  • From Old school to bold school (presented by Will Richardson)- Thurs 18th Aug, 5pm – 6:30pm

Presented by leading academics, innovative thinkers and expert practitioners, these professional development events are a great opportunity for education professionals to collaborate, share knowledge, network and survey the latest research.  Participation via video conferencing is available.

 

Twilight seminar: Future Ready Leadership (presented by Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach)

Wed 10th Aug 2016, 5:00pm – 6:30pm, Bastow Institute, North Melbourne

Future Ready leaders know how to navigate the multifaceted challenges behind designing, planning, and implementation of a vision toward reimagining the role of technology in education.

As the people of the world are becoming increasingly connected, the nature, use, ownership, and purpose of knowledge are changing in profound ways. Our goal as educational leaders is to leverage these connections and changes as powerful means to improve teaching and learning in our schools.

In this twilight seminar Sheryl will unpack the four domains that all Future Ready leaders need in today’s learning landscape:

  • collaborative leadership
  • personalised student learning
  • robust infrastructure
  • personalised professional learning.

This seminar will be presented by Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach.

Cost: $35

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Twilight seminar: From Old School to Bold School (presented by Will Richardson)

Thurs 18th Aug 2016, 5:00pm – 6:30pm, Bastow Institute, North Melbourne

Schools around the world are beginning the shift to modern ways of thinking about learning in globally connected classrooms. As traditional structures fade in their effectiveness and relevance, a different approach to classroom practice is emerging, one built on deeply held beliefs about learning as seen through the powerful new contexts on technology, work, literacy, and global changes. Doing school “better” is no longer enough. Now, we are doing school fundamentally differently.

Based on decades of observation and research, international guest speaker Will Richardson will discuss a framework for change that is now being employed to fundamentally reframe both vision and practice to more fully meet the needs of contemporary learners.

This seminar will be presented by Will Richardson.

Cost: $35

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