What are your school’s current communications strategy and plan? How is it helping you realise the school’s vision and mission? How well is it helping the school community to understand the school’s learning principles?
Scanning job advertisements for curriculum management positions supports several insights into the broad application of formal learning in a knowledge-based economy.
There’s a long history in education producing school-based publications and media artefacts. Schools produce yearbooks, newsletters and a wide variety of classroom materials and resources, as well as a wealth of school photos and videos.
If we don’t tell our story, someone else will, and more often than not, another’s version will not be the one we want told. Leaders need to become storyteller-in-chief…By doing so, we create the means by which we share all of the positives associated with our schools and create a much-needed level of transparency in an age of negative rhetoric toward education. Eric Sheninger (2017) Digital Leadership: Changing Paradigms for Changing Times In 2018, I had the privilege of spending time with Mr Ray Trotter of Wooranna Primary School who was embarking on writing a paper for a reputable educational journal. He had been commissioned …
From Cognitive Load Theory to existentialist threats in the search for truth, all school-based curriculum providers contend within an information-rich digitally enhanced environment.
Curriculum design requires both creativity and rigour. I test this approach in THE NONSENSE PROJECT.
The question of how much we share of our personal lives in the educational context of schools and classrooms is a vital one. Getting the ‘right balance’ of self-belief and social awareness is even more crucial.