Posted by Stephen Kinsella 14 months ago

It is my hope that the services and support provided by EdComm will equip teachers and schools in their mission to deliver biblically-based teaching and pastoral support for the students and families in their care.

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Posted by Peter White 16 months ago

Anglican EdComm is delighted announce that we will partnering with Growth Coaching International (GCI) to bring customised, high quality professional learning programs to our members in 2018.

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Posted 16 months ago

Pasi Sahlberg, renowned Finnish educator, who introduced the world to Finnish education, outlines in this compact book, four lessons of Finnish education that can be useful to all educators - making recess the right of the child, using small data, a commitment to equity, and avoiding myths about Finnish education.

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Posted by Marilyn Cole 17 months ago

“Culture is the hidden tool to transform schools and to offer students the best learning possible." Fullan and Hargreaves (1996) use the concept of “culture” to refer to the guiding beliefs and expectations evident in the way a school operates, particularly in reference to how people relate to each other. Put simply, they say culture is the way things are done in a particular school.

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Posted by Gail Staples 17 months ago

The secular world, including those in our school communities and beyond, hear from many writers and speakers about motivation from within. Daniel H. Pink’s book, Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us 2011), is no exception.  Traditional perspectives hold that people are motivated only by what they stand to gain or lose- the carrot-and-stick approach. That’s a mistake, says Pink, who asserts that the secret to high performance and satisfaction-at work, at school, and at home—  is the “drive” to grow and realise full potential, both individually and collectively.

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Posted by Marilyn Cole 17 months ago

This article is Part 11 of an 11 part series of reflections on Patrick Duignan's book, "Educational Leadership".

In the context of today’s knowledge society, the memorisation of facts and procedures by students is not enough for their success (Duignan, 2012, p. 174).

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