You're invited to join us at the first Agile Schools
Learning Sprints Lab,
Tuesday 17th October 2017.
We will convene for a practical 'lab’ focused on how to better harness the
Learning Sprints methodology to accelerate your school improvement efforts.
This day is designed to:
Elevate your thinking
Hear from leading national and
international thinking on how to
develop a culture of
and build teacher expertise
Build leadership capability
Be exposed to the latest tools and
resources available to support your
teachers to continually enhance their
Inspire through examples
Hear how other schools in Australia
and Canada are adapting the Sprints
methodology and ‘doing the work’
on the ground across diverse contexts
Whether you are a principal or teacher leader,
you will learn how to evolve the Agile Schools methodology
to have a greater impact on teacher practice and learner outcomes.
We encourage you to come as school teams of 2-5 people. There will be ample time for school-to-school collaboration.
Our community loves to network, share stories and solve emerging challenges together.
Speakers & Facilitators
LAUNCH : Learning Sprints and the emerging science of teacher expertise
- Dr Simon Breakspear
SESSION 1 : Enhancing Professional Practice: International and national perspectives
- Dr Pasi Salhberg, Finnish Academic
- Prof Adrian Piccoli, University of New South Wales
SESSION 2 : Harnessing evidence to increase impact
- Dr Tanya Vaughan, Evidence for Learning
- Ricky Campbell-Allen, Agile Schools
SESSION 3 : Accelerating your Learning Sprints journey
- Hearing national and international case studies
- Networking across schools
- Planning the next iteration of your work
WHO IS INVITED TO REGISTER?
This event is open to Principals, educational leaders and teachers of schools who want to learn how to evolve the Agile Schools methodology to have a greater impact on teacher practice and learner outcomes. We encourage you to come in school teams of 2-5 people if possible, but you are also welcome to attend as an individual.
Fairfield RSL Club
14 Anzac Ave, Fairfield NSW 2165
Situated in Western Sydney, the Fairfield RSL club is easily accessible by public transport and is adjacent to the Fairfield train station. Free on-site parking is also available for those traveling by car.
Frequently Asked Questions
WHEN TO ARRIVE
Registration is open and a light breakfast will be served from 8:00 AM. The first session of the conference will begin at 8:30 AM sharp.
The conference is being held in the Horsley Function Room at the Fairfield RSL Club, 14 Anzac Ave, Fairfield NSW 2165.
TRANSPORT & PARKING
The Fairfield RSL Club is situated across from the Fairfield Train Station, and also has plenty of free parking available for those driving.
Meals, refreshments and tea/coffee will be available throughout the day, including a light breakfast, morning tea and lunch.
WHAT TO BRING
Pens and notepaper will be provided on the day, however you're encouraged to bring your laptop, tablet, or notebook to record your own notes throughout the sessions.