Venue: Australian International School, Singapore
Theme: “INNOVATION in Leadership, Wellbeing and Pedagogy”
Date: 10-11 September 2016
Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org or +61 452 475 184
The Adolescent Success management committee believe young adolescents have the right to learn in an environment which helps them become the innovators and creators of the future. As we embark on a new era of education with the use of more technologies, collaborative and virtual learning, we are inspired by the young adolescents before us. We are inspired by their diversity, their adaptability, their ability to learn despite obstacles and their willingness to share their ideas and thoughts with educators. We are inspired by the potential they bring to school and we are hopeful of being the best educators, mentors and leaders we can be for the young adolescents in Australia, New Zealand and beyond.
We invite you to join us at The Australian International School as we discuss, create and work towards innovating education for young adolescents. The 2016 conference is a dynamic, collaborative and inspiring event for every educator who cares about young adolescents.
Call for Abstracts : Now closed
Registration opens 30 November 2015
How do we best lead a middle level school for young adolescents and what elements of leadership are required?
Possible topics (but not limited to): middle leadership, leading for change/innovation, community communication, staff leadership, characteristics of quality leaders, leadership research, school stories on leadership, leadership resilience.
How do we best cater for the social and emotional needs of young adolescents and/or the teachers who teach them?
brain development, emotional literacy, social skills, holistic programs, innovative approaches to pastoral care, mindfulness, boy and girl specific education, gifted and talented programs, teacher wellbeing, wellbeing research, engagement, outdoor education, rite of passage programs, creativity programs.
Which methods or tools enhance the learning of young adolescents?
Possible topics (but not limited to): digital ethics, technologies and their use, social media, mass media, cybercitizenship, apps for education, creativity and technology, community engagement through technology, school wide innovation, project based learning, inquiry learning.