TER #208 – Inspiring Hope, 2022 ACEL National Conference Special – 26 Oct 2022

The Australian Council for Educational Leaders held their 2022 National Conference at the Sydney Hilton in the last days of September. Speakers and guests from around Australia and the world gathered to discuss issues facing educational leaders today. TER Podcast was invited to speak to presenters, organisers and guests about thier many perspectives on educational leadership. In this special episode, we present a showcase of interviews with keynote presenters and event organisers.

Timecodes & Links:
00:00 Opening Credits
01:31 Intro
01:43 Introduction
Australian Council for Educational Leaders website
02:47 Glen Savage – Why school leaders should think and act more like gardeners
The Quest for Revolution in Australian Schooling Policy
17:52 Summer Howarth – Students as partners
Summer Howarth profile
34:02 Adriano Di Prato and Phil Cummins – Leading today’s learning for tomorrow’s world
A School For Tomorrow
Game Changers Podcast
48:18 Louka Parry – The future of schooling
The Learning Future
01:02:39 Adam Voight and Maxine Mckew – Conference hosts
Maxine Mckew profile
Adam Voight profile
01:19:36 Barbara Watterson and Stephen Gniel – ACEL CEO and President
Stephen Gniel profile
01:32:49 Ann Mcintyre – Gold Medal recipient
Empowered Educators in Australia
01:49:02 Deborah Netolicky – Future alternatives for educational leadership
Future Alternatives for Educational Leadership
02:02:54 John Hattie – Visible Learning for parents, 10 mind frames
Visible Learning for Parents – 10 Steps to Develop Great Learners
02:17:45 Attendee Take-aways
02:24:45 Close & Credits

TER #207 – Teaching in a Post-Truth Era with Stephanie Wescott – 13 Oct 2022

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Main Features: Stephanie Wescott discusses her PhD research into teaching in a post-truth era, and the hegemonic nature of the ‘what works’ discourse in education; Adriano dio Prato and Dr Phil Cummins talk about their podcast, Change Makers.

Regular Features: Steven Kolber discusses read-aloud assessments in Kolber’s Korner; Tom Mahoney consideres the idological elements undeprinning the Productivity Commission’s Interim Report into Education.

00:00 Opening Credits
01:31 Intro
04:55 Kolber’s Corner
12:12 Ideology in Education
28:42 GameChangers Podcast
58:44 Feature Intro
59:23 Interview – Stephanie Wescott
01:32:01 Patron Shout Outs

– Steven Kolber on Twitter – https://twitter.com/steven_kolber
– Tom Mahoney on Twitter – https://twitter.com/TomMahoneyEdu
– Productivity Commission Interim Report – https://www.pc.gov.au/inquiries/current/productivity/interim5-learning
– ChangeMakers Podcast – https://linktr.ee/GameChangersPC
– Stephanie Wescott Google Scholar profile – https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=Zzh4Ir4AAAAJ&hl=en