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During the Orbis Instructional Leadership program, Bruce Armstrong took a deep dive into neuroscience, exploring the foundations of habit forming. Our South Australian school leaders were challenged to think about their modus operandi, and how their habitual behaviours influenced their leadership. Read on to find out how to create positive habits, and how to bring the tribe with you.
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Are leaders born? Or is it something you can learn?
The concept of leadership is complex and multifaceted. During the instructional leadership program our experts have presented cutting-edge research around impactful educational leadership. In our final intensive, Bruce Armstrong explored characteristics common to effective leaders.
Read on as Bruce discusses whether leadership is learnable.
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I undertook the Orbis Literacy R-3 program in 2019 and have been rewarded with new skills and knowledge, and a deeper understanding of how students learn. In addition I have gained valuable insight into resources and models that improve students’ literacy learning.
The opportunity to collaborate with other educators from across South Australia was of particular benefit to me personally and professionally. The... [read more]
The new Thought Leadership series is the latest exemplary learning offering from Orbis. Through the series, we’ll be regularly introducing a new education expert who’ll provide you with actionable insights and reflections to support you through these rapidly changing times.
The new series provides access to some of the world’s most esteemed education experts, along with some South Australian principals who’ve translated these ideas into practice.
Our first episode, In the study... [read more]
Watch the Department for Education’s Executives talk about how Orbis provides high quality professional learning for leaders and teachers that is supporting us to reach our ambition of becoming a world-class South Australian education system.
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