TOM SHERRINGTON & SIMON BREAKSPEARLIVE MASTERCLASS
21 October 2024 • 8:45 AM – 3:00 PM
28 October 2024 • 8:45 AM – 3:00 PM
EARLY BIRD 10% OFF (until 12 Feb 2024)
$355 plus GST per person / $310 plus GST p.p for teams of 4+
Unlocking Collaborative Expertise
Practical steps for developing vibrant professional growth cultures
How can we ensure every educator can enhance their expertise every term? What are the most effective ways of building a vibrant professional learning culture? How can we unlock fresh energy for engaging with research evidence?
In this live, in-person, 1-day masterclass, former Head Teacher and best-selling author Tom Sherrington (UK) is teaming up with Dr Simon Breakspear to bring fresh thinking, actionable frameworks and practical tools for enhancing professional learning in your school.
Simon (Teaching Sprints) and Tom (Walkthrus) will share what they’ve learned impactful, professional learning leaders do differently to help everyone move forward in a meaningful and sustainable way. They will draw out lessons from their embedded case study work from around Australia and across the globe.
They will share their latest thinking, books and resources. You will have time in the room to reflect, apply and develop an action plan for your own context.
You will learn
In this masterclass, Tom and Simon will explore how to:
- Understand and navigate the challenging trends impacting the time and cognitive bandwidth available for professional learning
- Engage with the six key decisions for setting up and sustaining your job-embedded professional learning approaches.
- Develop a school-specific instructional playbook/cluster of core research-informed teaching strategies
- Enhance team learning and grow shared ownership
- Align school improvement goals with professional learning routines
- Use rapid feedback loops to continually adapt and enhance your approaches
- Build and sustain momentum, engagement and energy for the work over time
We highly recommend leadership teams engage as a team.
Who should attend
Highly practical with time to do the thinking in the room, this masterclass is a must-attend for:
- Principals, Deputy Principals and Assistant Principals
- Directors of Teaching and Learning and Leaders of Professional Learning
- Learning Specialists and Instructional Coaches
- Heads of Faculty and Team Leaders
- HALTS and teacher leaders
We highly recommend leadership teams attend this session as a group. Engaging in team dialogue and action planning will help you walk away with clarity and momentum. So, we’ve applied an extra discount for groups of 4+.
EARLY BIRD – Buy 4 or more tickets at the same time for $310 plus GST each.
Register your team via the links.
Large Group Bookings (15+)
Special discounts apply for group bookings for more than 15 tickets from a school network, cluster region or system.
Contact us to register as a large group at firstname.lastname@example.org
About our speakers
Founder of Teacherhead Consulting & Author
Tom Sherrington has been a teacher and school leader for over 30 years working in a wide range of school contexts around the UK and Asia. He spent 11 years as a Headteacher and is now an education consultant supporting schools and colleges with teacher development, school improvement, assessment and curriculum design.
Tom is a prolific blogger sharing ideas via his popular website teacherhead.com with a strong twitter following at @teacherhead. He is a regular speaker at education conferences for teachers and school leaders. Tom is also a trustee of the National Baccalaureate Trust.
He is the author of several books including The Learning Rainforest: Great teaching in real classroom, Rosenshine’s Principles in Action and the Walkthrus series.
Books by Tom
Dr Simon Breakspear
Founder of Breakspear Learning
Dr Simon Breakspear is a researcher, advisor and speaker on education policy, practice and change. Simon develops frameworks, tools and programs that make evidence-based ideas easy to understand and apply.
Over the last decade he has worked with over 100,000 educators across 10 countries. Simon is an Adjunct Senior Lecturer at the University of New South Wales, and an advisor to the NSW Department of Education School Leadership Institute. He earned his PhD in Education from the University of Cambridge, where he was a Gates Scholar.