26-30 November 2018
You are interested in this course for the schoolyear
Pre-registration is now possible.
Dates can be subject to change and are only final after official confirmation by the course provider.
21st century schools need new leadership: moving from hierarchical top down leadership to inspirational leadership, engaging teachers
into self-steering learning groups. How to initiate innovative leadership and how to cope with volatile and rapidly changing contexts? How to turn resistance into constructive energy? Do you know how to SCRUM in education? The course provides insights and methodologies for school leaders in schools facing challenging transitions!
Changing paradigms for education challenge school leaders to engage into transition management.
We live in volatile and rapidly changing realities; demands on quality and sustainability are high.
What urgencies are school leaders facing when we consider 21st century schools?
What kind of leadership do we need to guide schools through those transitions?
This course focuses on new leadership for schools.
We approach different elements of new leadership especially for schools in transition towards future education.
Provisional programme ‘Leading schools into the future’
Focus: Personal and authentic leadership as key talent (Quinn model)
Focus: Change is happening: consequences for leadership in changing school systems
Focus: Transition and innovation management towards quality management
Focus: Leadership for professionals in self-regulating teams
Focus: Group dynamics, resistance and resilience as key for success
Interactive lectures, co creation time, collaboration and discussion.
School visits and discussions with school leaders during meet and greet session
The seminar is organized in Bruges (Belgium).
The historic center of Bruges has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2000 thanks to its status as one of the commercial and cultural capitals of Europe and its enduring Gothic architecture.
- We offer a flexible cost structure, allowing you to select the package that fits best your personal or school situation.
- For a detailed explanation, have a look at our 'Cost Structure'.
- You can request an Erasmus Plus grant from your national agency which will cover almost all costs of this course.
- We can guide you through the process of funding and application. To do so, you need the make a pre-registration.
- After pre-registration, we’ll contact you by mail and provide the application help.
There is a very easy access from Brussels Airport-Zaventem to the city of Bruges. The train station is located on level -1 of the terminal, at a small distance from the arrivals hall. Travel time from the airport to Bruges: 90 minutes.
Don't hesitate to contact us if you need more information on the content and the organization of the course.
We can provide support during the process, give some help and provide tips for the application documents, advice you on the European Staff Development Plan (part of the application) or your professionalization plan and help you after approval with the practical arrangements (e.g. information on travel and accommodation).
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