THOUGHT LEADER EVENTS & CONFERENCES
Grounded in contemporary evidence-based research, our thought leader events and conferences deliver high impact learning environments which unite and empower educators to improve student, school, system and organisational outcomes. The events provide excellent networking opportunities for learning, collaborating and sharing experiences. Recent speakers have included Maggie Farrar, Professor Michael Fullan, Tracey Ezard, Dr Lyn Sharratt, Dr Simon Breakspear and Emeritus Professor Dylan Wiliam.
Due to the nature of our current climate and the outbreak of COVID-19, all QELi programs have been put on hold until further notice or unless communicated otherwise.
We understand that the continuation of our program schedule is important to our participants and their teams. That is why we are working to provide a new suite of programs to be facilitated online, as well as updating our current suite to accommodate you all in this time.
As we begin to move into the online space, we want to ensure that your interests are at the forefront of our business. Register your interest for any of our current programs below, and our dedicated team will be in touch with you regarding more information.
Dare to Lead with Anna Ranaldo
QELi is delighted to partner with Anna Ranaldo, Founder and Director of Collective Courage, to offer Dr. Brené Brown’s highly-regarded Dare to Lead™ workshop to educators in 2020. The program has been tailored to explore challenges facing leaders within the education system, and is available for in individuals, teams and whole-school professional development.
Foundations of Teaching Sprints with Dr Simon Breakspear
QELi is delighted to invite you to Foundations of Teaching Sprints with Dr Simon Breakspear. This dynamic one-day workshop provides school and teacher leaders with a thorough understanding of the Teaching Sprints approach to collaborative teacher professional learning
Indigenous Education Conference 2020
QELi and the Queensland Department of Education are delighted to invite educators to the Indigenous Education Conference 2020. It provides a rare opportunity for educators throughout the state, the country and even across the Tasman, to share success stories, learn from peers, hear from highly-respected educational leaders, network and, most importantly, converge with a unified objective and unwavering commitment to ensure our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students have the best chance of success.