Welcome to the latest issue of the PAIge!

Issue 1: February 2018

PAI-CEO-Paul-Geyer.gifWelcome to The PAIge, your monthly update from Principals Australia Institute.

In this first edition for 2018, I’d like to wish all principals and school leaders a successful year ahead as you drive the strategies to achieve the outcomes for your school and teams. 

The Certification Advisory Board has been announced and held their first meeting in Melbourne a few weeks ago.  We are delighted by the highly experienced composition of this board who we will know will help drive Certification for practising principals.

We have a range of new Professional Development topics that we are running this year, including Leadership Coaching, Financial Literacy for Schools, Schools and the Law, Driving Performance and Communities First. Find out more about our Communities First offering.

Enjoy this edition of the PAIge.

Paul Geyer
Chief Executive Officer

 
 

PAI news

 
 
 
 

PAI's Communities First will help you build whole-school capacity in engaging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to improve student outcomes.

 
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This year, PAI has lined up a range of professional learning courses to help you and your school achieve the best outcomes. 

 
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PAI in the media

 
 
 

Is social media a liability for schools?

by Robert Ballantyne (published by The Educator Australia)

 

Social media has its benefits, but there are serious concerns that it can also have a damaging impact, and even be a liability for schools.

 
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Eight school leaders from five states attained professional recognition through PAI’s Australian Principal Certification. The Certification Advisory Board has also been formed with some noteworthy members from across the Education sector.

 
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The ‘Education Leader as Coach’ program has been designed with busy educational leaders and principals in mind. 

 
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Developing a professional learning community

by Dr Lawrence Ingvarson (published by ACER)

 

What exactly is a professional learning community and how can school leaders dependably measure how well their school matches its characteristics? Dr Lawrence Ingvarson explains.

 
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