Educators' Guide to Innovation

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Adrian Bertolini
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What do you think allows for exceptional learning?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Penelope Vos Oct 24, 2011. 3 Replies

I'm in the midst of writing about about the thinking that allows for / creates a learning environment that empowers students to be exceptional. My belief is that every student can be exceptional in…Continue

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Do you work in the education sector? What is your role?
Educational Consultant
Describe any innovative projects that you have been involved with (include weblinks if possible)
I was program manager and co-writer of the ruMAD program with the Education Foundation (www.rumad.org.au) which was all about empowering students to create projects to make a difference. This has led to a wealth of student-centred and driven projects.
Describe any innovative projects that you would like to pursue for which you are seeking collaborative partners
Currently writing a book called "Exceptional" which is about identifying the thinking required by schools to create learning environments that develop every student to be exceptional
Are you representing a commercial organisation or company?
Yes

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Building Trust and Developing Teacher Leadership

Posted on May 22, 2014 at 15:51 0 Comments

When a gifted team dedicates itself to unselfish trust and combines instinct with boldness and effort, it is ready to climb.”

Patanjali, Ancient Yoga Master

When I first began as an educational consultant I thought that my core business would…

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Bringing Parents into the Learning Partnership

Posted on February 11, 2014 at 16:13 0 Comments

A student’s performance is mostly impacted by three communities

  1. The School Learning Environment
  2. The Student’s Peer Community and their own beliefs about learning
  3. The Parental / Family Community

Schools tend to spend most of their time, money and energy working…

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Sharing Ideas, Practices, Roadmaps and Worked Examples

Posted on November 19, 2013 at 9:40 0 Comments

As you may know (from all my blog posts here) we have been in the business of running pedagogical and leadership workshops that not only shift people's thinking but provide hands-on practical approaches to implement great learning practices and learning cultures within your school.

One of the great benefits of being a consultancy that works across school systems and many schools is that we see great ideas, practices and learning materials that we love sharing. In light of this every…

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Can DO Lists

Posted on October 7, 2013 at 8:58 0 Comments

One of the things I love about being an educational consultant is that I am always learning from schools as they learn from me. My work becomes an automatic structure for reflection, growth and the challenging or expanding of my thinking. As I go from school to school I pick up new ideas, new ways of thinking about what I am discussing at the time, and…

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At 9:40 on October 21, 2011, Tricia Robertson said…

Hi Adrian

Welcome to the Educators' Guide to Innovation. Please take time to look around this site as there are many conversations taking place, groups to join, blogs to read, topics  to “Like”, and some wonderful free webinars (online PD) being offered in the Virtual Conference Centre. See the events links on the right hand side bar for details. Hope you can join in some of them.

 
 
 

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