Teaching the Humanities

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Teaching the Humanities:

Understanding global complexity in the spiritual development of young people

Date: 26th August, 2020

Venue: TBA

Speaker: Dr Stephen Codrington

 

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Speaker: Dr Stephen Codrington

Dr Stephen Codrington brings the wisdom, insights and practical experience of four decades’ work as an educator, author, board trustee, speaker, school leader and evaluator to his work as Director of School Governance and Leadership Development at Alphacrucis College. Stephen teaches courses in areas such as Geography, Education, Epistemology, Religion, Research Methods, School Leadership and Effective Governance. He also conducts research, professional development and school reviews through the Centre for the Future of Schooling. Stephen is the author or co-author of 59 books, including a widely used handbook on school board governance and an extensive range of Geography textbooks.

Stephen is Treasurer of the Geographical Society of NSW, where he also formerly served as President and was recently awarded the accolade of Honorary Life Membership.  He is a Fellow of the Australian College of Education and the Royal Geographical Society, and previously served as President, Vice-President and Editor for the Geography Teachers Association of NSW. He is a former Chairman of HICES (Heads of Independent Co-educational Schools) and a former Vice-President of AECS (the Association of Executives of Christian Schools).  Stephen has been honoured with inclusion in Who’s Who in Australia every year since 2003.