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AHISA Conference Gold Coast: Leading, Learning and Caring

Creating a Culture of Caring in the Self-Transforming School Brian J. Caldwell is Managing Director and Principal Consultant at Educational Transformations and Professor Emeritus and Honorary Professorial Fellow at the University of Melbourne where he served as Dean of Education from 1998 to 2004. He was appointed Deputy Chair, Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority […]

Realigning the Governance of Schools in Australia

Energising an Experimentalist Approach Brian J. Caldwell is Managing Director and Principal Consultant at Educational Transformations and Professor Emeritus at the University of Melbourne where he served as Dean of Education from 1998 to 2004. This paper was presented by Professor Caldwell at the Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University workshop on the theme […]

Sydney First Asia-Pacific Congress: Caldwell Keynote on Creating Inclusive Schools

Re-imagining Special Education: A pre-requisite for the transformation of schools Brian J. Caldwell is Managing Director and Principal Consultant at Educational Transformations and Professor Emeritus at the University of Melbourne where he served as Dean of Education from 1998 to 2004. This paper was addressed in an invited keynote presentation at the First Asia-Pacific Congress […]

Darwin 2014 Leaders Forum: Caldwell Keynote on Transforming Learning

How Schools Can Take the Lead in Transforming Learning Brian J. Caldwell is Managing Director and Principal Consultant at Educational Transformations and Professor Emeritus at the University of Melbourne where he served as Dean of Education from 1998 to 2004.  This keynote was presented in a one-day workshop led by Brian Caldwell and Jim Spinks for […]

Terrigal Professional Learning Conference for Principals: Caldwell Keynote

Leading the Self-Transforming State School Brian J. Caldwell is Managing Director and Principal Consultant at Educational Transformations and Professor Emeritus at the University of Melbourne where he served as Dean of Education from 1998 to 2004. This paper was presented in an invited keynote address at the Inaugural Professional Learning Conference for Principals on the theme […]