Rethinking the roles of educational leaders in times of change.
The primary aims of ISL Cambridge are to explore the latest trends that will transform education by reconsidering the role of school leaders in instructional excellence and to offer a host of new strategies to make a difference in your school community and expand your leadership capacity.
ISL aims to;
- Examine the full array of roles and responsibilities of school leaders.
- Explore how the roles are distributed and discover new ways of sharing the responsibilities across the school.
- Offer perspectives based on cutting-edge empirical research on effective school leadership and how it influences learner outcomes.
- Provide professionally stimulating opportunities for reflection on school leaders’ core values and practices.
- Create a constructive dialogue about how leadership skills can be improved to be able to overcome the toughest challenges in the national educational system.
- Explore the latest trends that will transform education by reconsidering the role of school leaders in instructional excellence.
- Offer a host of new strategies to make a difference in your school community and expand your leadership capacity.
- Identify the key roles and distinctive characteristics of effective leaders.
The following issues will be discussed through the plenary and parallel sessions during the ISL Conference:
- Motivating Staff and Students
- Characteristics of 21st-Century Schools
- Success Stories of Educational Leaders
- Latest Models of Educational Leadership
- Becoming an Effective School Administrator
- Leading Successful Change in Educational Systems
- Managing and Strategy: Learning from the Private Sector
- Global Trends in Education, Teaching, and School Administration
- Effective Communication
- Design Thinking, Creativity and Innovation
- Self-Management and Time Management
- Beyond Bureaucracy: Embracing Change
- Benchmarking: Learning from Best Schools
- Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness
- Managing Diversity in Education