AITSL has added to its collection of materials to support the professional growth of current and aspiring school leaders and new principals. There is a three-step guide for principals: Watch the video; read the practical guide; explore the resources.
The aspiring area features eight three-to four-minute video presentations by school principals in which they describe their career paths, and how they go about leading their school.
Becoming a learning leader – Monique Carter, Lansdowne Crescent Primary School, West Hobart
Leading a learning environment for all – Shayne Player, Tuggerah Lakes Secondary College
Realising a vision – Jonathan Walter, Woodleigh School
Developing a confident leadership team – Iris Nastasi, Clancy Catholic College
Building a Culture of Excellence – Pitsa Binnion, McKinnos Secondary College
A new principal's commitment to change – Caroline Fishpool, Wirreanda Secondary School
A culture built on strong relationships – Peter Mulcahy, Greenwood Primary School
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