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A platform where we host videos and voice recordings from some of the country’s most experienced thought leaders and QELi Partners.

QELi TV informs listeners and viewers, challenges traditional thinking and encourages new ideas and strategies towards leadership within the education and corporate sectors.

WELCOME TO QELi TV

PRACTICAL RESOURCES FOR EDUCATORS
& SCHOOL COMMUNITIES

Bronwyn Ryrie Jones - Episode 1: Checking for Understanding in the Classroom - Practical Techniques

Are the same students putting their hands up? Bronwyn Ryrie Jones shares advice on how you can change this outcome in your day-to-day practice.

Louka Parry - Episode 1: Educator as Designer


Creating more human experiences for learners. Louka Parry provides insights on how design changes can assist to create higher levels of motivation and engagement.

Tina Radford - Episode 1: Parents - How to Home School and Work from Home and Stay Sane

Tina Radford, Founder and Managing Director at Radford HR, has put together some tips on home schooling and working from home to keep sane!

Bronwyn Ryrie Jones - Episode 1: Checking for Understanding in the Classroom - Practical Techniques

Are the same students putting their hands up? Bronwyn Ryrie Jones shares advice on how you can change this outcome in your day-to-day practice.
Louka Parry - Episode 1: Educator as Designer


Creating more human experiences for learners. Louka Parry provides insights on how design changes can assist to create higher levels of motivation and engagement.
Tina Radford - Episode 1: Parents - How to Home School and Work from Home and Stay Sane

Tina Radford, Founder and Managing Director at Radford HR, has put together some tips on home schooling and working from home to keep sane!

DEVELOPING YOUR LEADERSHIP

Maggie Farrar - Episode 1: Leadership Presence in Times of Challenge

How can I prepare myself now, so that I’m more able to attend to my wellbeing and the wellbeing of my staff? Maggie Farrar discusses ways in which School Leaders can flourish during uncertainty.
Roger Hunter - Episode 1: How Crucial Conversations Can Help Schools Build Back Better

Are you stuck having the same discussion week in, week out on how to build back better in your school? Roger Hunter provides 3 skills to achieve this, through a crucial conversation skills lens.

Dr Simon Breakspear - Episode 2: Redesigning the New Normal


Redesigning models of schooling for the future. Dr Simon Breakspear shares some thoughts following COVID-19.
Dr Ryan Dunn - Episode 1: Dealing with Complexity


Teaching and leading without a map. Dr Ryan Dunn, Lecturer at Melbourne University provides some tips on acknowledging and dealing with complexity and moving forward.
Dr Ryan Dunn - Episode 2: Dealing with Complexity


How do Minimum Viable Practices support remote learning in schools? Dr Ryan Dunn explains.

Dr Simon Breakspear - Episode 1: Leading with an Agile Mindset


Leading students and institutions through the rapid change. Dr Simon Breakspear provides three tips on leading with an agile approach.
Dr Ben Palmer - Episode 2: Leading Self in a Crisis


How are you leading yourself – and your team – during crisis? Dr Ben Palmer provides four key ways to work toward positive leadership during difficult times.
Dr Ben Palmer - Episode 1: Leading Others in a Crisis


How are you leading others during the COVID-19 crisis? Dr Ben Palmer provides three tips on how to enhance your leadership during these times.

Maggie Farrar - Episode 1: Leadership Presence in Times of Challenge

How can I prepare myself now, so that I’m more able to attend to my wellbeing and the wellbeing of my staff? Maggie Farrar discusses ways in which School Leaders can flourish during uncertainty.
Roger Hunter - Episode 1: How Crucial Conversations Can Help Schools Build Back Better

Are you stuck having the same discussion week in, week out on how to build back better in your school? Roger Hunter provides 3 skills to achieve this, through a crucial conversation skills lens.

Dr Simon Breakspear - Episode 2: Redesigning the New Normal

Redesigning models of schooling for the future. Dr Simon Breakspear shares some thoughts following COVID-19.
Dr Ryan Dunn - Episode 2: Dealing with Complexity

How do Minimum Viable Practices support remote learning in schools? Dr Ryan Dunn explains.

Dr Ryan Dunn - Episode 1: Dealing with Complexity

Teaching and leading without a map. Dr Ryan Dunn, Lecturer at Melbourne University provides some tips on acknowledging and dealing with complexity and moving forward.
Dr Simon Breakspear - Episode 1: Leading with an Agile Mindset

Leading students and institutions through the rapid change. Dr Simon Breakspear provides three tips on leading with an agile approach.
Dr Ben Palmer - Episode 2: Leading Self in a Crisis

How are you leading yourself – and your team – during crisis? Dr Ben Palmer provides four key ways to work toward positive leadership during difficult times.
Dr Ben Palmer - Episode 1: Leading Others in a Crisis

How are you leading others during the COVID-19 crisis? Dr Ben Palmer provides three tips on how to enhance your leadership during these times.

ENHANCING & MAINTAINING WELLBEING

Simon Cook - Episode 1: Understanding Resilience and How to Maintain and Build Yours During Challenging Times

Recognising and responding when your resilience is being compromised. Simon Cook, Director of Springfox, shares some practical tips for challenging times.
Anna Ranaldo - Episode 1: Navigating Vulnerability & Anxiety During COVID-19

How do you show up each day? Anna Ranaldo, Director of Collective Courage, provides three practices to help you to show up with courage, empathy and connection.
Joanne McEachen - Episode 1: Maintaining Personal Wellbeing


4 Key Elements to maintaining your personal wellbeing and therefore your learning. Dominic Regester, member of the Executive Committee of Karanga, joins Joanne McEachen, CEO of the Learner First, to discuss.

Simon Cook - Episode 1: Understanding Resilience and How to Maintain and Build Yours During Challenging Times

Recognising and responding when your resilience is being compromised. Simon Cook, Director of Springfox, shares some practical tips for challenging times.
Anna Ranaldo - Episode 1: Navigating Vulnerability & Anxiety During COVID-19

How do you show up each day? Anna Ranaldo, Director of Collective Courage, provides three practices to help you to show up with courage, empathy and connection.
Joanne McEachen - Episode 1: Maintaining Personal Wellbeing

4 Key Elements to maintaining your personal wellbeing and therefore your learning. Dominic Regester, member of the Executive Committee of Karanga, joins Joanne McEachen, CEO of the Learner First, to discuss.


The Contribution Kit Series

The Learner First guides teachers and students towards contributive learning––TLF’s term for learning to add to the world.
When self-understanding, connection, knowledge, and competency all come together, we learn to contribute. And that leads to
well-being, meaning, and fulfillment. The Learner First’s Contribution Kit provides tools for your journey. Each module in the kit
has ideas, strategies, and tools you can use with your students in a remote learning or classroom environment, and their activities
can be adapted to support students of any age. To help educators adjust to their new reality of teaching, the modules are
designed to ensure teachers and their students can focus on what really matters to them and the world.

The first four modules are now available to view as free online resources.

Module One: Self-Understanding
Module Two: Connection
Module Three: Knowledge
Module Four: Competency

Module One: Self-Understanding
Module Two: Connection
Module Three: Knowledge
Module Four: Competency

QELi TV WEBINAR SERIES

Welcome to QELi TV’s Webinar Series. Live and informative teachings from a variety of thought leaders, covering society’s most pressing topics. As a participant, you will have the opportunity to expand your skillset through dynamic digital workshop sessions. These webinars provide you with ample strategies and ideas, which can be directly transferred into your schools and workplaces.

Browse our available webinars below, and begin to explore the boundaries of your potential today.

Tuesday 25 August 2020 | 3:45pm – 5:00pm

Bronwyn Ryrie Jones is a primary school teacher, teacher educator and educational consultant. She has worked
with thousands of teachers right across Australia, and is highly respected for her capacity to bridge complex
theory and the everyday work of teachers. In this interactive webinar, participants will learn about specific
practical techniques for checking student understanding in the classroom.

Together we will:

– Consider the importance of checking for student understanding in the classroom (Why does it matter?)
– Learn about four practical techniques for eliciting better evidence of student learning (How might I do it?)
– Reflect on current practice, and identify unhelpful habits that may be inhibiting this aspect of your teaching (What am I doing now?
– Consider how to apply helpful techniques in classrooms (What could it really look like in my classroom?)


SOLD OUT

Emeritus Professor Dylan Wiliam will be joining QELi exclusively to discuss the Three types of Formative Assessment and the Five Strategies of Formative Assessment. Dylan will also be sharing a Professional Development Model that recognises the nature and expertise of teachers and focuses on balancing process and content. In this model and idea of school based teacher-learner communities you will learn:

1. Why it is important to give teachers choice and flexibility
2. Allow teachers to take small steps
3. How to create structures that support teachers, while making them accountable for improving their practice

This session will also include the opportunity for a Q&A

This webinar is now sold out and we are working with Dylan and his team to bring you additional webinars through QELi TV. Please register your interest below and our team will be in contact with you shortly.

For more information on our speakers and any upcoming programs or webinars, contact us below.

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