Session 106

Title: Instructional Rounds – Q & A Panel

Presenter: Nicole Tainsh, Granville East Public School

Co-Presenter: Louise Reynolds, Granville East Public School

Co-presenter: Carolyn Wallace-Wheelan, Burwood Public School

Co-presenter: Sharna Labbe, Sefton Public School

Type: Practical

Duration: 60 mins

Overview: ‘Listen up! Instructional Rounds redefines the teaching profession… This is a powerful, specific, accessible treatment of what it means to get in the classroom in order to make a difference in the daily lives of teachers and their students.’ (Michael Fullan, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto). There is much interest in Instructional Rounds as an important professional development model and valuable school improvement tool. Our Instructional Rounds Network has been running since 2010 and includes principals, executive and teachers, with varying experiences from across five different schools.  If you are interested in starting or progressing your own Instructional Rounds Network, or simply would like to know more about Instructional Rounds, come along to ask questions, and hear from our panel members about their experiences and top tips for a successful network.

Target Audience: K-12, Teachers & Executive, School Leaders

Requirements: Mobile device.