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Pasi Sahlberg workshops – Facts and myths about Finland's schools

Pasi Sahlberg has hosted multiple delegations of educators in Finland seeking ideas and tools to apply to their home districts, and has determined real change can begin with four uncomplicated ideas. Focusing on leading learners his book Finnish Lessons considers topics like:

  • Physical activity is crucial for substantial learning
  • Enhancing equity is an essential component of success
  • Embedding ideas into your current leadership practices takes perseverance

Workshop dates and locations

  • Brisbane 9th October, Rydges Southbank
  • Adelaide 11th October, Playford
  • Melbourne 12th October, Rydges Melbourne
  • Canberra 13th October University House

Cost $120, or combine with a new ACEL membership $280. Register online 

 

 


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