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  • Writer's pictureTannaz Rajabzadeh

Monash Tech School Leaders Attend Principals Conference

Monash Tech School Director, Neil Carmona-Vickery, and executive colleague Judith Graham recently attended the Monash Manningham 2024 Principals Conference held at the picturesque RACV Cape Schanck Resort.



The conference, organised by the North East Victoria Region of the Department of Education and the Monash Manningham Network, provided an excellent platform for school leaders to connect, learn, and share insights. The agenda was packed with thought-provoking sessions, including "The Behaviour Curriculum: Lessons from Leaders, for Leaders," which delved into effective leadership strategies. The Academy of Teaching and Leadership presented their Academy Leadership Excellence Framework, offering valuable guidance for school administrators. A session titled "Brain Development and the Impact on Leading Learning" explored the fascinating connections between cognitive science and student learning outcomes.



The Department of Education's presentation, "Guiding Leaders to Catalyse Change in Numeracy and Mathematics Outcomes," provided actionable strategies for improving math education and an update on the implementation of the new Maths Curriculum. In the session "We All Have What It Takes ... But Where Is It?" leaders were encouraged to reflect on their mental models and approaches to leadership, both for themselves and their teams.



Attending the conference not only provided valuable insights but also allowed members of Monash Tech School's executive to network with other school leaders in the local area. This presented an excellent opportunity to promote Monash Tech School's programs and successful partnerships.


Monash Tech School expresses its gratitude for the investment and efforts of the North East Victoria Region of the Department of Education and the Monash Manningham Network in organising this enriching event, which undoubtedly left school leaders inspired and better equipped to lead their schools.

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