G9 Education consultants' publications

 

Experts in their fields, the G9 Education consultants are particularly well represented in education publications. Between them they have produced hard-hitting and strategic works that offer commentary about and solutions to a number of educational issues. A selection of recent publications is outlined on this page.

 

This practical guide for principals, team leaders and teachers sets out a performance management process appropriate for a future-oriented teaching profession, emphasising the importance of self-management, continuing professional development and lifelong self-directed improvement.This practical guide for principals, team leaders and teachers sets out a performance management process appropriate for a future-oriented teaching profession, emphasising the importance of self-management, continuing professional development and lifelong self-directed improvement.

Powerful Learning: A strategy for systemic educational improvement 

David Hopkins, John Munro & Wayne Craig (Eds) Powerful Learning:

 

A strategy for systemic educational improvement, 2011, ACER Press. The book provides a case study of the successful reform in the socio-economically disadvantaged Northern Metropolitan Region in Victoria, Australia resulting in massive improvement in student performance. It discusses teaching strategies, organisational structure and policy and how they can be changed to support improvement plans in schools. The reform strategy used has become something of a model for educational system reform as a result of its innovative approach and successful results.

​Dec 2011

Towards Participation 3.0

Dahle Suggett

 

Stakeholder engagement and new forms of ‘participation’ are a core requirement of any contemporary organisation, including schools. New relationships are not only enabled by changing technologies, but are now shaped by communities of interest, place based networks and the shared provision of services. This study provides descriptions and advice on these innovations and their challenges and is relevant for any public sector organisation. 

​Aug 2011

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