Leaders of Teaching and Learning Network
This seminar is right for you if: You are a Teaching and Learning Leader
ISV Seminar Room
Independent Schools Victoria, 40 Rosslyn Street, West Melbourne VIC 3003
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 – 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm
$50.00 – Member Schools Price (excl. GST)
$100.00 – Standard Price (excl. GST)
A dynamic and interactive network for Teaching and Learning Leaders. These network meetings will provide leaders with an opportunity to learn, make connections and be curious in a highly professional, supportive and customised environment. The network meets once a term and has a focus on maximising opportunities for leaders to learn from each other.
These network meetings will be held in The Development Centre at Independent Schools Victoria, with time given to:
- what is new in teaching and learning
- how are we applying leading educational research into our schools
- exploring ‘the burning questions’ that challenge us on a day-to-day basis.
Please note that you will have to register for each network meeting that you would like to attend.
Presenter Information – Aynur Simsirel
Aynur Simsirel has significant experience in school leadership. She has worked as an Executive Principal and Deputy Principal overseeing the growth of a multi-campus Independent school. Aynur has over 20 years’ experience as an educator. In her current role at Independent Schools Victoria, she supports schools with compliance, curriculum and student wellbeing initiatives, as well as school performance and strategic planning.
Presenter Information – Karen Milkins-Hendry
Karen Milkins-Hendry is Dean of The Development Centre at Independent Schools Victoria. Her 26 years working in schools included leadership experience that spanned across pastoral and academic areas with extended periods as Acting Principal. This background provided valuable strategic skills and experience to bring into both the development and implementation of leadership programs. With a teaching background as broad as Specialist Mathematics and Chemistry through to VCE Theatre Studies, Karen relishes her current role of engaging with the broader educational community with a view to providing evidence-based support to the unique improvement journey of schools.