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This requirement recognises the importance of emotional intelligence, empathy, resilience and personal wellbeing in the leadership and management of the school and its community. Principals regularly review their practice and implement change in their leadership and management approaches to suit the situation. They manage themselves well and use ethical practices and social skills to deal with conflict effectively. They are able to build trust across the school community and to create a positive learning atmosphere for students, and staff and within the community in which they work.

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A Profile contains leadership action statements in four sets. The sets increase in proficiency from top to bottom showing the developmental pathway.

Principals lead staff and students in identifying and planning high quality teaching and learning.

  • Principals lead staff and students in identifying and planning high-quality teaching and learning. View tools

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    • Improving teacher practice

      A teacher describes how ICT enables professional learning, through teachers sharing resources, which can be viewed on interactive whiteboards in classrooms.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 5 mins

    • Observation and feedback

      Dandenong North Primary School use observation and feedback as a central component of their performance and development work.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 5 mins

    • Innovation Grants: student outcomes

      This MP4 looks at professional learning and development that has a clear focus on student outcomes as part of AITSL’s Innovation Grants Project.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 6 mins

    • Seven strong claims about successful school leadership

      A report summarising the key findings of a literature review to present seven statements, or claims, about successful school leadership.

      Source: National College for School Leadership

      Report PDF 20 pages

    • Stage teams and lesson study

      Lakemba Public School supports the professional development of teachers through a range of activities including fortnightly professional development sessions and a lesson study focus.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 5 mins

    • Guided professional learning

      In this Illustration of Practice the teacher describes the contributive leadership model that is used in her school.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 5 mins

    • The impact of leadership on student outcomes: making sense of the evidence

      Published empirical research is used to synthesise the evidence about the impact of different types of leadership on students’ academic and non-academic outcomes.

      Source: ACER

      Conference paper PDF 16 pages

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  • They model personal and professional learning that is clearly linked to school goals and seek support from others as appropriate. View tools

  • They engage and inspire staff to commit to evidence-based improvement, change and innovation that has a positive impact on student learning. View tools

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    • Top 20 Principles from Psychology for PreK-12 Teaching and Learning

      This report presents the 'Top 20' principles from psychology which would be of greatest use in the context of preK–12 classroom teaching and learning, as well as the implications of each as applied to classroom practice.

      Source: American Psychological Association

      Report PDF 38 pages

    • The Character Factor: Measures and Impact of Drive and Prudence

      This paper assesses the quality of measures available in US survey data for two specific non-cognitive skills that relate to outcomes important for economic mobility, such as educational attainment.

      Source: Richard V. Reeves, Joanna Venator, and Kimberly Howard

      Report PDF 36 pages

    • Dandenong North Primary School, VIC

      Dandenong North Primary School use observation and feedback as a central component of their performance and development work.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 4 minutes 55 seconds

    • The nature and dimensions of strategic leadership

      This article draws on the authors' research on strategy undertaken since the late 1990s and aims to provide an understanding of the nature and dimensions of strategic leadership.

      Source: Davies, Brent; Davies, Barbara J.

      Paper

    • Innovation Grants: student outcomes

      This MP4 looks at professional learning and development that has a clear focus on student outcomes as part of AITSL’s Innovation Grants Project.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 6 mins

    • Using data to improve learning outcomes

      An Illustration of Practice demonstrating teachers analysing internal and external data to identify specific learning needs students.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 4 mins

    • Performance and development plans, teams, evidence and feedback

      Performance and development within Ringwood Secondary College occurs in the context of a comprehensive strategy for building a professional culture.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 6 mins

    • Leading school improvement

      Presentation by Professor Geoff Masters, ACER, at the AITSL Local Leadership Conference, August 2012.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 26 mins

    • Ten ideas for 21st century education

      The authors present their view of what 21st century education looks like in practice, and challenge the underlying assumptions of our education systems for centuries.

      Source: Innovation Unit

      Report PDF 17 pages

    • Demonstrating impact

      The series encourages teachers to continually reflect on their practice by guiding teachers’ self-reflection, self-inquiry and discussion with colleagues.

      Source: AITSL

      Workbook Website

    • Guided professional learning

      In this Illustration of Practice the teacher describes the contributive leadership model that is used in her school.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 5 mins

    • My Standards

      The free My Standards app makes the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers accessible anywhere, anytime.

      Source: AITSL

      App

    • Recognising exemplary teachers

      This workbook is part of a series designed to encourage teachers to continually reflect on their practice by developing a deliberate inquiry mindset.

      Source: AITSL

      Workbook PDF 18 pages

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  • They clarify for staff the relationship between the school’s vision and values and the operational tasks that support them. View tools

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    • School leadership - vision and values

      This video was created as part of the Small Learning Community project by the 2011 Education Leadership cohort at Auburn University and is a compilation of research regarding school leadership in relation to the vision and values of a school organization.

      Source: Auburn University, US

      Video MP4 4 minutes 36 minutes

    • The nature and dimensions of strategic leadership

      This article draws on the authors' research on strategy undertaken since the late 1990s and aims to provide an understanding of the nature and dimensions of strategic leadership.

      Source: Davies, Brent; Davies, Barbara J.

      Paper

    • Seven principles of strategic leadership

      This article examines what might be required to give school leaders the confidence to take on more strategic leadership.

      Source: Terry Quong and Allan Walker

      Article eBook 14 pages

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  • They build partnerships with the local community and external stakeholders so they are aware of the vision and values of the school and can contribute to its success. View tools

Principals develop a coaching culture that encourages honest feedback to and from students and teachers based on evidence.

  • They develop a coaching culture that encourages honest feedback to and from students and teachers based on evidence. View tools

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    • Leadership and professional learning: forty actions Leaders can take to improve professional learning

      This paper discusses ways to optimise the links between professional development, improved teacher effectiveness and improved student learning.

      Source: Peter Cole

      Abstract PDF 16 pages

    • Coaching

      This set of resources introduces coaching, the common themes of successful coaching programs and the available resources in the collection.

      Source: AITSL

      Website

    • Innovation Grants: student outcomes

      This MP4 looks at professional learning and development that has a clear focus on student outcomes as part of AITSL’s Innovation Grants Project.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 6 mins

    • Observation and feedback

      Dandenong North Primary School use observation and feedback as a central component of their performance and development work.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 5 mins

    • Innovation Grants: effective teaching

      This MP4 explores how a shared understanding of effective teaching impacts professional learning and development as part of AITSL’s Innovation Grants Project.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 5 mins

    • Stage teams and lesson study

      Lakemba Public School supports the professional development of teachers through a range of activities including fortnightly professional development sessions and a lesson study focus.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 5 mins

    • Performance and development plans, teams, evidence and feedback

      Performance and development within Ringwood Secondary College occurs in the context of a comprehensive strategy for building a professional culture.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 6 mins

    • Mentoring

      Adam Smith, Education Consultant, talks to Frederick Brown, Learning Forward, on what is effective mentoring for both teachers and school leaders.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 11 mins

    • Multiple sources of feedback

      Former AITSL Chair Tony Mackay, and Ben Jensen discuss teacher appraisal and sources of feedback that can inform teacher development.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 5 mins

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  • They provide staff with regular and effective feedback on their performance, determining together how they can improve and remove any obstacles to learning. View tools

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    • Classroom Observation Strategies: choose your journey

      Combining instructional guides and accompanying videos, the resources explain all you need to know to choose and implement an appropriate classroom observation strategy for your school.

      Source: AITSL

      Resource Webpage

    • Emotion and the art of negotiation

      Detailed account of strategic negotiation skills.

      Source: Alison Wood Brooks

      Article Website

    • Building trust in schools through open-to-learning conversations

      Distinguished Professor Viviane Robinson highlights the importance of building effective relationships and trust to overcome day-to-day challenges in an educational context.

      Source: Bastow Institute

      Video MP4 4 minutes

    • Supporting new teachers

      Brings together findings from the TALIS survey on the experiences of new teachers

      Source: OECD

      Report PDF 4 pages

    • Building a culture and cycle

      Since becoming an independent state school, Australind Senior High School, WA, has significantly evolved their performance and development practices.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 6 mins

    • Observation and feedback

      Dandenong North Primary School use observation and feedback as a central component of their performance and development work.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 5 mins

    • Performance and Development Framework animation

      The animation introduces the Australian Teacher Performance and Development Framework and outlines the characteristics and components of an effective culture and cycle.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 6 mins

    • Leading through trust

      Education expert John West-Burnham provides a list of literature that explores the concept of leading through trust.

      Source: John West-Burnham

      Website

    • Innovation Grants: collaborative

      This MP4 looks at collaborative professional learning and development as part of AITSL’s Innovation Grants Project.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 7 mins

    • Innovation Grants: effective teaching

      This MP4 explores how a shared understanding of effective teaching impacts professional learning and development as part of AITSL’s Innovation Grants Project.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 5 mins

    • Innovation Grants: student outcomes

      This MP4 looks at professional learning and development that has a clear focus on student outcomes as part of AITSL’s Innovation Grants Project.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 6 mins

    • Stage teams and lesson study

      Lakemba Public School supports the professional development of teachers through a range of activities including fortnightly professional development sessions and a lesson study focus.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 5 mins

    • Appraisal and professional learning

      The performance and development process at St Paul's School involves teachers self-reflecting, informal and formal classroom observations, feedback from peers and students, and goal-setting.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 5 mins

    • A culture of trust enhances performance in schools

      This reading list explores the importance of trust and the ways in which trust is linked to performance in schools and organisations more broadly.

      Source: AITSL

      Reading list Various

    • Multiple sources of feedback

      Former AITSL Chair Tony Mackay, and Ben Jensen discuss teacher appraisal and sources of feedback that can inform teacher development.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 5 mins

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  • They distribute leadership and encourage staff to build consensus across the school community and to take individual responsibility for implementing change. View tools

  • They take account of the impact of change on others, providing opportunities for regular feedback so that change is owned by the school community. View tools

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    • The six secrets of change

      This summary document outlines six important measures for ensuring successful change within a school.

      Source: M Fullan

      Paper PDF 18 pages

    • Leading Change: an interview with Michael Fullan

      Interview with Michael Fullan focusing on leading change in education.

      Source: Ontario Ministry of Education

      Article PDF 8 pages

    • Leading professional learning

      This Illustration of Practice explains the alignment of a school’s existing peer and classroom observational tool to the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 5 mins

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  • They model exemplary professional behaviour and promote ethical standards throughout the school community. View tools

  • They understand the strengths and needs of their communities, promoting high expectations and achievement for all. View tools

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    • Curtin's Addressing Higher Educational Access Disadvantage Program: Inspiring participation in higher education

      This program is a multifaceted educational outreach program that aims to raise the aspirations, awareness, and capability of members of equity target groups to pursue higher education.

      Source: Curtin University

      Webpage

    • What Works

      What Works. The Work Program is a set of materials for those working in schools. It is designed to assist them to plan and take action to improve educational outcomes for Australian Indigenous students.

      Source: DEEWR

      Website

    • Respecting local culture, history and language

      In this Illustration of Practice, a teaching principal explains how he recognises and values the cultural traditions of the students and families in this remote community.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 5 mins

    • Communicating high expectations of attendance

      This paper is a brief overview of how schools that have achieved improved attendance, promote the importance of attending to students, parents, staff and other members of the school community.

      Source: Department of Education, Training and Employment, QLD

      Document PDF 2 pages

    • The future of education

      In this interview, Peter Senge discusses the need for schools to innovate and respond to community and global needs.

      Source: Peter Senga

      Video MP3 6 minutes

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Principals communicate high aspirations and expectations for all, celebrate success and challenge underperformance.

  • They communicate high aspirations and expectations for all, celebrate success and challenge under-performance. View tools

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    • School leadership in action: Principal Practices

      This video series follows 10 principals in four metropolitan areas through their workdays, showing how they use five practices of effective school leadership to improve teaching and learning in their classrooms.

      Source: Wallace Foundation

      Multimedia Video 11 mins 45 secs

    • Every kid needs a champion

      This TED talk is a rousing call to educators to believe in their students and actually connect with them on a real, human, personal level.

      Source: TED

      Multimedia Website 7 mins

    • How to have difficult conversations with teachers

      This eBook looks at how to have difficult conversations with teachers is a topic in which school leaders need to become comfortable

      Source: C Daniel

      eBook

    • The five critical steps for turnaround schools

      This paper looks at school turnaround, a process that fully reforms the environment and practices in the lowest performing schools.

      Source: B Jensen

      Paper PDF 20 pages

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  • They evaluate whether professional learning undertaken by self and staff has had the desired impact on students and has been shared with others. View tools

  • They modify their leadership behaviour based on learning from experience and feedback from colleagues. View tools

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    • Exploring the role of gratitude in helping school leaders strengthen relationships

      This article presents a theoretical framework for considering gratitude in the context of pre-service teachers’ professional experience.

      Source: Dr Kerry Howells

      Article Website 3 pages

    • 360 Reflection Tool

      The 360 Reflection Tool describes fifteen attributes that are evident in the behaviours and actions of high-performing principals and school leaders.

      Source: AITSL

      Website

    • Performance and development plans, teams, evidence and feedback

      Performance and development within Ringwood Secondary College occurs in the context of a comprehensive strategy for building a professional culture.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 6 mins

    • The impact of leadership on student outcomes

      This reading list brings together some publicly available resources from key researchers in this field.

      Source: AITSL

      Reading list Various

    • Strengthening family and community engagement

      DET NSW has published this resource to assist school leaders in strengthening these crucial partnerships. Provides a wide range of links to the work of other organisations and identifies the key drivers of positive partnerships.

      Source: Education and Communities, NSW Government - Public Schools NSW

      Resource PDF 8 pages

    • Reflective leadership practice

      This reading list highlights principal self-development and reflection and are all closely aligned to the attribute of ‘self management’.

      Source: AITSL

      Reading list Various

    • Teacher effectiveness

      Former AITSL Chair Tony Mackay, and Ben Jensen, discuss effective teaching and the need for teacher development and professional learning to directly inform what happens in the classroom.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 4 mins

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  • They build a culture of trust and collaboration where change and innovation based on research and evidence can flourish. View tools

  • They embed collaborative and creative practices in the school allowing everyone to contribute to improvement and innovation. View tools

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    • Transforming Schools: how distributed leadership can create more high-performing schools

      This report focuses on an in-depth study conducted two years ago, on how school systems could develop more school leaders with the capabilities required to transform their schools.

      Source: Chris Bierly, Betsy Doyle and Abigail Smith

      Report PDF 60 pages

    • The Educators

      Sarah Montague interviews the people whose ideas are challenging the future of education.

      Source: BBC Radio 4

      Multimedia Video Various

    • School leadership in action: Principal Practices

      This video series follows 10 principals in four metropolitan areas through their workdays, showing how they use five practices of effective school leadership to improve teaching and learning in their classrooms.

      Source: Wallace Foundation

      Multimedia Video 11 mins 45 secs

    • Curiosity and powerful learning

      This booklet identifies strategies for schools and teachers that will nurture within our students – an abiding curiosity about their world.

      Source: Department of Education and Early Childhood Development VIC

      Booklet PDF 16 pages

    • Work together: but only if you want to

      This article explores the real problem in many schools which are home to teachers who work in isolation, preferring to be left alone rather than engaging with their colleagues or principals.

      Source: R DuFour

      Article PDF 15 pages

    • ACSP Conference 2012 - Patrick Duigan

      This video shows Patrick Duignan speaking at the ACSP Conference 2012, on how we sustain shared, distributed or collective leadership, to ensure it survives staff change and dependence on individuals.

      Source: Patrick Duignan

      Video MP4 31 minutes 53 seconds

    • Developing creative professional learning communities within and between schools

      A short MP4 series exploring how to develop creative professional learning communities with Professor Louise Stoll.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 17 mins

    • Ten ideas for 21st century education

      The authors present their view of what 21st century education looks like in practice, and challenge the underlying assumptions of our education systems for centuries.

      Source: Innovation Unit

      Report PDF 17 pages

    • Changing education paradigms

      This MP4 adaption is from a talk given at the RSA (UK) by Sir Ken Robinson, world-renowned education and creativity expert.

      Source: Ken Robinson

      Video MP4 12 mins

    • Schools performing beyond expectations

      Former AITSL Chair Anthony Mackay talks to Dr Alma Harris at AITSL’s Local Leadership Conference in August 2012

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 36 mins

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  • They use a consultative approach with students, staff and the wider school community to develop formal strategic plans. View tools

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    • Parental engagement in learning and schooling: lessons from research

      This report provides a synopsis of the published literature pertaining to parental engagement in both the home and school environments.

      Source: The Family-School and Community Partnerships Bureau

      Report PDF 60 pages

    • Strengthening family and community engagement

      DET NSW has published this resource to assist school leaders in strengthening these crucial partnerships. Provides a wide range of links to the work of other organisations and identifies the key drivers of positive partnerships.

      Source: Education and Communities, NSW Government - Public Schools NSW

      Resource PDF 8 pages

    • Stakeholder Engagement Framework - DET Victoria

      With a focus on business and community engagement, this report includes templates and worksheets to establish a plan for stakeholder engagement.

      Source: Department of Education and Training, Victoria

      Report PDF 44 pages

    • Prototyping: Learning Through Doing

      This toolkit can be used to develop services and initiatives through prototyping. It explains how to plan and deliver prototypes, unlock creativity, manage risk and embed new ideas.

      Source: AITSL

      Toolkit PDF 20 pages

    • Literature Review and Environmental Scan: student-centred schools make the difference

      Drawing from an environmental scan, and Viviane Robinson’s work on the dimensions of student-centred school leadership, the authors consider how student-centred schools make the difference.

      Source: AITSL

      Report PDF 28 pages

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Principals develop an innovative and outward focused role as a leader influencing school excellence across the system.

  • Principals develop an innovative and outward focused role as a leader influencing school excellence across the system. View tools

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    • Professional capital dialogue

      In this webcast discussion Michael Fullan and David Hamlett discuss the key role of the principal in driving cooperation and collaboration within a community.

      Source: Ontario Principals' Council

      Video MP4 54 mins

    • Ten ideas for 21st century education

      The authors present their view of what 21st century education looks like in practice, and challenge the underlying assumptions of our education systems for centuries.

      Source: Innovation Unit

      Report PDF 17 pages

    • Changing education paradigms

      This MP4 adaption is from a talk given at the RSA (UK) by Sir Ken Robinson, world-renowned education and creativity expert.

      Source: Ken Robinson

      Video MP4 12 mins

    • Leading a self-improving school system

      This report examines the opportunities and hazards that lie ahead as teaching schools and their strategic alliances come on stream.

      Source: National College for School Leadership

      Report PDF 34 pages

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  • They model collaborative leadership and engage with other schools and organisations to share and improve practice and encourage innovation in the education system. View tools

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    • School leadership for systemic improvement in Finland

      A case study report written by Hargreaves, Halász and Pont for the OECD activity: improving school leadership.

      Source: OECD

      Report PDF 44 pages

    • Creating a self-improving school system

      This report explores the conditions necessary to achieve a sustainable, self-improving school system, with a particular focus on the development of school clusters and the associated provision of cluster leaders.

      Source: David H Hargreaves

      Report PDF 26 pages

    • Leading a self-improving school system

      This report examines the opportunities and hazards that lie ahead as teaching schools and their strategic alliances come on stream.

      Source: National College for School Leadership

      Report PDF 34 pages

    • Work together: but only if you want to

      This article explores the real problem in many schools which are home to teachers who work in isolation, preferring to be left alone rather than engaging with their colleagues or principals.

      Source: R DuFour

      Article PDF 15 pages

    • Leadership and professional learning: forty actions Leaders can take to improve professional learning

      This paper discusses ways to optimise the links between professional development, improved teacher effectiveness and improved student learning.

      Source: Peter Cole

      Abstract PDF 16 pages

    • Embracing the power of talking

      The author explores the importance of learning conversations, in particular the power of talking, driven by professional learning communities and by learning new and better ways to help them enhance learning opportunities.

      Source: Louise Stoll

      Journal article PDF 7 pages

    • Innovation in education

      These resources range in perspective from global ‘big picture’ pieces on education systems to specific examples of innovative teaching practice.

      Source: AITSL

      Various Various

    • Professional learning networks

      An Illustration of Practice describing a teacher exchange organised by a teacher with a New Zealand school to share resources, ideas and programs.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 4 mins

    • Sharing professional knowledge

      An assistant principal describes the leadership role she has adopted within the local and wider community.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 3 mins

    • Prototyping: Learning Through Doing

      This toolkit can be used to develop services and initiatives through prototyping. It explains how to plan and deliver prototypes, unlock creativity, manage risk and embed new ideas.

      Source: AITSL

      Toolkit PDF 20 pages

    • Innovation Grants: collaborative

      This MP4 looks at collaborative professional learning and development as part of AITSL’s Innovation Grants Project.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 7 mins

    • OECD Strong Performers and Successful Reformers in Education

      MP4 excerpts produced by the OECD and the Pearson Foundation, highlighting initiatives being taken by education authorities globally to improve student outcomes.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 8 mins

    • Developing creative professional learning communities within and between schools

      A short MP4 series exploring how to develop creative professional learning communities with Professor Louise Stoll.

      Source: AITSL

      Video MP4 17 mins

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  • They seek opportunities for professional growth through engaging in state, national and global educational developments. View tools

  • They embed a culture of review, responsibility and shared accountability to achieve high standards for all. View tools

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    • Aligning professional learning, performance management and effective teaching

      This paper examines how a school can improve its effectiveness significantly by strengthening the alignment between its professional learning, performance management and teaching practices and processes.

      Source: Peter Cole

      Policy paper PDF 30 pages

    • National tool for school improvement - ACEL

      This tool brings together findings from international research into the practices of highly effective schools and leaders. It assists schools to review their efforts to improve the quality of teaching and learning.

      Source: Geoff Masters

      Tool PDF 25 pages

    • Work together: but only if you want to

      This article explores the real problem in many schools which are home to teachers who work in isolation, preferring to be left alone rather than engaging with their colleagues or principals.

      Source: R DuFour

      Article PDF 15 pages

    • A culture of trust enhances performance in schools

      This reading list explores the importance of trust and the ways in which trust is linked to performance in schools and organisations more broadly.

      Source: AITSL

      Reading list Various

    • School governance

      The focus of this reading list is on school governance, in particular, the critical role school councils and boards play in this important process.

      Source: AITSL

      Reading list Various

    • ACSP Conference 2012 - Patrick Duigan

      This video shows Patrick Duignan speaking at the ACSP Conference 2012, on how we sustain shared, distributed or collective leadership, to ensure it survives staff change and dependence on individuals.

      Source: Patrick Duignan

      Video MP4 31 minutes 53 seconds

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  • They share best management practice and use of resources with other schools and education networks. View tools

    • Recommended tools and resources

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    • Creating a self-improving school system

      This report explores the conditions necessary to achieve a sustainable, self-improving school system, with a particular focus on the development of school clusters and the associated provision of cluster leaders.

      Source: David H Hargreaves

      Report PDF 26 pages

    • Professional capital

      This reading list explores professional capital across the profession and between schools that are either formally or informally networked.

      Source: AITSL

      Reading list Various

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  • They develop a mutually supportive, collaborative and trusting relationship with the community to ensure engagement in the life of the school. View tools

  • They collaborate effectively with other schools and agencies to promote an excellent education system in which all young people can thrive. View tools