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National Literacy Research Summit

ASLA 2020 Literacy Research Summit Presenters - School Leaders


'Capturing research to enable literacy leaders to transform the culture of schools'

Meet our School Leaders

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Marci Di Cesare - Principal

Sarah Moss-Holland - Learning Environment and Pedagogy Leader

Caroline Chisholm Catholic College, Braybrook, Victoria

Presentation

Our Story: How and Why we reinstalled our Library Services and improved our literacy results

  

Gareth Scott - Deputy Principal Teaching and Learning

Kerry Pope - Head of Library Services

Toongabbie Christian College, NSW

Presentation

Engaging Students in Literacy by Transforming the Library: An exciting, intentional journey!

             

Rhett Bowden - Principal

Anne Lahy - Teacher in the Library

O’Loughlin Catholic College, Casuarina, Northern Territory


Presentation

Breathing Life into the Library


Eleanor Hughes - Principal

Joseph Banks Secondary College

Since 2010, Eleanor has held principal positions. First, as principal at Hampton Senior High School where she worked with the Senior Leadership Team to lead initiatives to raise achievement across the school. From 2014, Eleanor was the Foundation Principal for Joseph Banks Secondary College where she has established a school that is innovative, provides multiple opportunities for students to succeed and where the foundation has been laid for strong achievement into the future.


Presentation

Building Curious Learners

At Joseph Banks Secondary College we believe that all students should be literate, numerate and curious. Using a body of works based on current and contemporary research we have established a school that has at its core, a strong culture of curiosity. This in turn has created an environment focused on learning where students and staff are supported to flourish. This session will unpack the Joseph Banks Secondary College story, including how our Discovery Centre (our Library) is the hub for developing curiosity, literacy and numeracy.

ASLA VIRTUAL NATIONAL CONFERENCE
in  partnership with SLASA

12-13 April 2021

CALL FOR PROPOSALS NOW OPEN

Closing date: Friday 23 October, 2020


21 November, 2020

While we are unable to gather in person due to travel restrictions and social distancing, ASLA will now stream this event ‘live’ to you, right where you are, wherever you are throughout Australia. 

Current registrations remain.

New registrations welcome


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