Program

The theme of the Convention is “Inspiring Global Leadership”.
The program will cover important aspects of leadership that embrace global concerns. It is expected that an international audience of 1500 leaders in education will attend, including primary, secondary, Catholic and independent school principals.

The ICP 2013 Organising Committee are currently developing a stimulating program which will focus on the following five areas: Futures, Change, Sustainability, Health and Wellbeing, and Equity.

Please note there is no need to register for individual workshops, the below list is simply a guide showing the workshops available to you and these can be selected while at the Convention

Workshop List

Paper number

First Name

Last Name

Speakers Paper Title

8

Deli Moussavi-Bock Candor. Collaboration. Curiosity: Transform Your School One Conversation at a Time

10

Walter Piovesan Preparing for the Future not the Past: Using Creative and Courageous Leadership to Integrate Diversity and Equity Principles and Practices in District Priorities

12

Stuart Cameron Getting More Bang for Your Buck – The Power of Collaboration

15

Adrian Lim Getting Students to Enjoy Learning in the Same Way They Play in the Digital Age

16

Steve Steve Francis Sustaining Sanity in a Sea of Change

21

Kevin Harrison Making Connections – Successful Interventions That Change School Culture, Improve Achievement and Reduce Bullying

26

Andrew Syme Authority in Schools – the move from centralised authority to shared leadership’

27

Brian Lacey Creating Global Leaders from Local Communities

28

Marg Dodds Relationship First, Education Second How a six week investment can unlock a child’s potential

30

Rob Newton A Focus On Feedback – a practical approach to leading the improvement of feedback

31

Joanne Robinson How Do You Know What Principals Need to Know?

32

Joanne Robinson Establishing an Impactful MentoringCoaching Program

33

Joanne Robinson From Purpose to Practice: A leadership framework that goes beyond Ontario’s borders

37

Christine Biebricher Leadership in a multilingual world: literacy, culture and learning languages

40

Shayne Mann Education for sustainable living – moving students and schools beyond recycling.

46

Gerard Alford Classroom Walk Throughs (CWTs) and Lesson Observations

48

Blair Hilts From ‘Great to Excellent’: Ontario’s experience of Leveraging Leadership Research, Policy and Practice

49

Peter Gamwell Making the Extraordinary Happen:  Fostering Creative Learning for a Future of Change

51

Gina Milgate Developing school leaders in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education.

53

Philip Riley The Australian School Principal Health & Wellbeing Survey: 2011-12 results

54

Philip Riley Looking After You first: How to Deal with Stress and Burnout

62

Mark Treadwell Whatever! Were we Thinking?

65

Darlene White The Resilient Leader:  Strategies for Facing Challenge and Change with Confidence

66

Peter Overgaauw Making Shift Happen

69

Maree Bredhauer Filling the Vacant Lot: Building leadership capacity

70

Eeqbal Hassim Developing Asia capabilities for the Asian Century: leading sustainable change

74

Daniel Bragg Vision, Values and Unlocking Brilliance Through Educational Leadership

77

Susan Cameron Leadership underbelly – principals deprivatise leadership for learning

80

Jim Davies School culture a key to engagement

85

David Fitzgerald Educational Leadership in the Asian Century – Are you prepared?

92

Vicki Shannon Closing the Gap: A global look at improving education outcomes for Indigenous/Aboriginal students

95

Lynne Stone The effects on leaders on schools? What about the impact of schools on leaders!

96

Helen Wright Weaving the tapestry: developing sustainable leadership models for our schools

99

Pat Goff Are All Children Treated Equally – The Inclusive School v PISA Results

100

Jim Davies School governance and leadership – an opportunity for new ways of partnering

101

Suzanne Zwarych The Role of School Administrators in the Implementation of Universal Violence Prevention Programming

106

Karin Van Oort Taylormade Pedagogy preventing Underachievement in Secondary Education

107

Maarten Knoesterprincipal Globalization and the Future of Education

113

Anne Van Zyl Bridging the Gap  – from deprivation to global citizenship. The OWLAG story.

117

Jill Pearman Placing professional learning about mental health within the core educational business of high schools.

121

Dick De Groot Teachers4Teachers, Chain of Change (Kenya and The Netherlands)
Proposal for an integrated project approach

122

Dick De Groot The call for uBuntu leadership.
I am because we are

130

Subash Khatiwada Girls Missing in South Asia: A  Challenge Emerging

132

Melinda Tankard Reist The sexual world of the 21st c adolescent: how pornography harms young people

133

Steve Francis Same, Same, Only Different! Tackling Contemporary Education Issues Through Sharing