Professional Learning

St Leonard's College is renowned in the educational sector as a leader in pedagogy, pioneering the most progressive and innovative scholastic models and practices.

To hear directly from our staff about professional learning opportunities, please view the video below.

Our teaching and support staff are provided with the very best development opportunities to ensure they remain in alignment with the world’s best practices in all aspects of our operations.

We recognise that “the quality of a school cannot exceed the quality of its teachers” (McKinsey Report) and we offer highly sought after professional learning opportunities from global leaders in education such as Harvard University.

We were delighted to have been selected to host the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Project Zero ‘Education that Matters’ conference in March 2021. 

This international conference will focus on themes that invite participants to reflect on what and how students should learn in order to thrive in today’s complex world. St Leonard’s College teachers attending this event will gain invaluable professional development, hearing from global leaders in education. Harvard’s Project Zero researchers will highlight their acclaimed work on Leading Learning & Change, Promoting Civic Engagement, Creating a Culture of Thinking, Developing Agency by Design, Growing Up in the Digital Age, and Making Learning Visible. To learn more about this event please visit casieonline.org/pz-mel

St Leonard’s College is also the very first Australian school to be independently invited to support the work of the OECD’s Future of Skills and Education 2030 Project.

 

To hear directly from our staff about professional learning opportunities, please view the video below.