Leadership Moves for Supporting School Change
In this session 3 school and district leaders will share key insights and lessons learned from their experience of leading change in their unique contexts.
Presenters will explore the themes of:
- Building a culture for change
- Creating and communicating a narrative for change
- Empowering and supporting leaders to drive change
- Keeping the community buoyant through the process of change
Participants will leave with practical examples, strategies and resources to support their change efforts and will have the opportunity to workshop some of the session themes as a starting point for driving change within their own educational contexts.
Eastern Carver County is located in a suburb of Minneapolis with just under 10,000 students. The district includes three high schools, three middle schools, and 8 elementaries including a dual immersion program. Brenda Vogds is the Leader of Personalized Learning and Innovation.
Melbourne Girls Grammar is an Anglican School in Australia serving 930 girls from Early Learning to Year 12. The academic program supports students across the full range of academic ability. The school community embraces its diversity and seeks to offer rich and varied opportunities for all types of girls to pursue their passions and interests. Chris McNamara is the Deputy Principal: Program Design and Development.
The rural school district of Conrad, Montana serves approximately 500 students across 4 school campuses. Sheryl Allen is the Superintendent.