Tag Archives | Professor Brian Caldwell

New series from ACEL – Resources in Action

Presented by The Australian Council for Educational Leaders and written by leading experts, Resources in Action, is your fortnightly leadership and teaching companion providing succinct, contemporary and focused tips and strategies. These are practical and easy-to-implement with thought provoking content designed to energise your teaching and leading, and maximise the performance of you and your […]

The Autonomy Premium – Brian Caldwell’s forthcoming release

In his latest release, Brian Caldwell explains the connection between high levels of student achievement and school autonomy. Professional autonomy trumps structural autonomy. ’There is perhaps no greater sign of ground-breaking accomplishments when one’s work becomes accepted wisdom – even more so when that work pushes thinking in new directions.’ DR BEN JENSEN, CEO of Learning First Pre order your […]

Projects commenced in 2016

A report of our activities in 2015 will be included in our Triennial Report 2013 to 2015 to be posted on this website in mid-April. The following activities commenced in 2016. International Studies on School Autonomy and Learning (ISSAL) We continue our work in ISSAL, an international project involving researchers from Australia, Canada, China, England, […]

The Autonomy Premium

The Autonomy Premium: Brian Caldwell’s next book Brian Caldwell’s next book, to be published by ACER Press in mid-2016, is entitled The Autonomy Premium. This is his tenth book on the theme of school autonomy published over 30 years since 1986. We’ll keep you posted on publication dates, price and availability of Brian to conduct seminars, […]

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 […]