Papers & Publications
WISE (World Innovation Summit for Education): Report on ‘Developing Agile Leaders of Learning: School leadership policy for dynamic times’. View article >
Centre for Strategic Education: Occasional Paper, ‘Agile Implementation – Learning how adopting an agile mindset can help leaders achieve meaningful progress in student learning. View article >
How does PISA Shape Education Policy, Nov 2014: Why how we measure learning determines what counts in education. Download PDF >
Canadian Education Association: Bottoms Up – How innovative change starts with frontline educators. View article >
Principal Connections Magazine, Fall 2016: Embracing an agile mindset. Download PDF >
Talent Magnets, May 2009: Attracting & Retaining Top Talent. Download PDF >
Four Keys for Maximising Impact
Simon shares four keys for school leaders to maximise their impact.
Overview of the Learning Sprints Process
Learn about this simple and effective method Simon has created to help improve student outcomes. You can find out more about Learning Sprints through Agile Schools.
Learning Sprints Pathways
How to connect a sequence of Learning Sprints to create collective impact.
The impact cycle
Simon discusses how to implement new ideas using a simple but powerful new method.
How educator teams can create impact despite complexity.
What is an Agile Leader’s mindset?
Simon explains what sets Agile Leaders apart.
How can I grow successful change?
Find out the key elements of successful change leadership.
AITSL Halt Summit 2018: Panel Discussion
Beyond our own classrooms: How can HALTs impact student learning across and beyond their school?
Ontario Leadership Congress
Dr Simon Breakspear was invited to present by the Ontario Principals Council at this Leadership Symposium in August 2015. Part of his presentation included this short pre-recorded keynote on ‘Innovation for Better Learning’.
High Quality Professional Learning
Dr Simon Breakspear in partnership with AITSL (Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership), outlines the importance of practice-based and research-informed high quality professional learning.