Why do we resist change as we grow older? How can we nurture and develop an organisational culture that embraces change and encourages collaboration?
Richard examines why change has become increasingly challenging and how risk aversion can stifle individuals and organisations. He explores how to harness the power of creativity, curiosity and confidence in uncertain times and why we must shift the paradigm to understand that change is not a programme or a strategy but an ever-present organic part of the 21st Century.
Delegates are invited to attend another roundtable discussion.
All roundtables are camera-on and delegate-led, to ensure all participants have the opportunity to share their experiences with one another, provide peer-to-peer support and guidance, and reflect on their current challenges and opportunities around a specific topic.
This session will explore top tips for maximising the use of data in international schools, in particular how to collect, aggregate, analyse and utilise data to drive school improvement and enhance the quality of education.
In this case study presentation, Emma Overton and Judy Dean will share their school’s journey in embedding technology across the whole school to accelerate student learning through the implementation of a creative and immersive curriculum.
Delegates are invited to attend this roundtable discussion. This roundtable will be camera-on and delegate-led, to ensure all participants have the opportunity to share their experiences with one another, provide peer-to-peer support and guidance on the session topic.
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In this presentation, Dr Andreas Schleicher, Director for the Directorate of Education and Skills – Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), will share an update on the latest OECD findings, and discuss how schools must adapt their learning provision for an interconnected world.
*Programme subject to change