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Andrea Stringer@stringer_andreaSydney, AustraliaUsing social media to connect & build women in ed leadershipHow can we use social media to promote female presenters?
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Margareth de Wit@MargarethdeWitAmsterdam, NetherlandsLeadership effectiveness of Women vs MenWhat can we do to position female leaders?
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Alma Harris@almaharris1Malyasia LondonHow we make all leaders effectiveHow do we share our collective intellectual, practical and cultural knowledge to push the boundaries of thinking about educational leadership?
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Joanne Pitman@JoannePitman5Alberta, CanadaIntentional Leadership and System EffectivenessHow might we shape the development and sustainability of effective educational systems defined by responsive patterns of thought and action?
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Jenny Lewis@JennyLewisAssocSydney, AustraliaLeading for growth of self and othersWhat are the knowledge, skills and dispositions that ensure successful presentations?
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Gabrielle Doye@TLCEWAPerth, AustraliaExcellent leaders influence teachers who impact student outcomesWhat are the blockers (self imposed or otherwise) that stop women presenting at this level, that we can collectively dismantle or move around?
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Jennifer Abrams@jenniferabrams
Palo Alto, CA Having Hard Conversations, Generational Savvy
What strategies support us to become even more emotionally resilient as we objectively assess our impact?
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Diane Bernier--Ouellette@OuelletteDiane
Prince Edward Island CanadaStrong literacy skills in French minority language settingsWhat are the knowledge, skills and dispositions that ensure successful presentations?
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Paula Kwan@pkwan2Hong Kong School governance, school leadership and cultureHow can we promote female presenters in the long run? and how can we organise something together on this issue in the near future?
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Jill Maar@jillmaarSydney, AustraliaLeadership and Student AchievementHow do we build capacity and understanding of the importance of femal leaders....leadership lessons for inquiry.
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Gillian Hamilton @CEOScelScotland, UKbuilding leadership capacity across a system
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Lyn Sharratt@LynSharrattCanadaPutting FACES on the Data and Taking Action to Increase all Students' Growth & AchievementWhat concrete strategies can we commit to - in supporing each other as women in a global Professional Learning Community?
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Angelina FaraoneWomen in leadership in educational administration
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Martine LewisOntario, CanadaLeadership and Trust building
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Tamara Hubley-Little@tamarahlittlePrince Edward Island, CanadaLeading (adj and vb) Systems of Student AchievementWomen in positions of leadership - how to overcome the hurdles, real or imaginery, by chance or strategy?
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Sherri Lake@auslakerAustraliaAuthenticity in leadershipHow do we cultivate, stretch and celebrate growth mindsets and authenticity in leadership?
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Carol Campbell@carolcampbell4Ontario, CanadaLeading evidence-informed educational improvementHow do we ensure women's voices are included, heard and valued in educational debates? How do we support a global network of women educational leaders?
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Louisa Rennie@LouisaJRennieMelbourne, Australiaeducational leadership, recognition of principals, principal professional learning and impact, Principal Certification, Principal Standardhow do we recognise women in leadership? in principal leadership? what skills, knowledge and understandsing do women bring to educational leadership? how do principals demonstrate evidence of the impact of their professional learning?
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Summer Howarth@EduSumMelbourne, AustraliaEarly Career Teacher Capacity building, Student Voice, Innovation, Middle YearsHow can we unleash teacher led innovation to collectively solve the toughest challenges in education?
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Beverley Freedman@look2leadersCanadaInstructional/Pedagogical leadership, school/district improvement planning, implementation and monitoringHow do we approach gender inequities in senior leadership? How can we coach/mentor aspiring women leaders to deal with conflict/confrontation?
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Colleen Worrell
@cdworrell
Boston, MAEducational leadership, teacher coaching, mentoring young women, Social Justice
How can shift the conversation from the "personal" (our invidual, shared stories, struggles, & triumphs) to the "political" (institutional structures and practice) in order to help us develop a collective practice/approach needed to effect social change?
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Keren Caple@kerencapleAustralialearning, pedagogy, leadership, innovationhow do we cultivate and grow the next generation of innovative leaders that can lead schools, and public services, that better meet the needs of those they serve?
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Katina Pollock@DrKatinaPollockCanadaEducational leadership and knoweldge mobilization
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Sharron Graham@SharronGraham7Alberta, CanadaEducational Leadership, Internationalism
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Karen Edge@drkarenedgeLondon, UKEducational leadership, Global Cities, Policy, Knowledge managementare we all being inspiring role models at work and at home? are we making leadership look attractive?
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Heidi Hutchison @HeidiHutchisonBaltimore, MD, USAEducational leadership, Digital leadership, Mentorship, Globally connected educatorsHow do we support women in leadership, address our own mental mountains and feed our souls and spirits to keep going?
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Jenny Luca@jennylucaMelbourne, AustraliaEducational leadership, scaling change, personalising learning using technology, Women in positions of leadership - how to overcome the hurdles, real or imaginery, by chance or strategy?
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Tina Photakis@tina_pAdelaide, AustraliaIs there are tall poppy syndrome in general?
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Tania Mansfield@hktansUAEBeing the change, Developing teachers
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Alicia Duell@aliciaduellChicago, IL, USAwomen in educational leadership, gender and career, women and social mediaHow can we leverage social media and the power of connection to cultivate and promote more women in educational leadership?
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Avis Glaze@AvisGlazeB.C., CanadaLeadership development; excellence with equity, interpersonal competencies , career development, character building, improving student achievement and well-being. Improving student achievement career development, character building. K-12 Strategies that work.
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Eleni Kyritsis@misskyritsisMelbourne, Australia
Young vs older - does age really matter?. Women in Education, Leadership, learning with technology,
Does age really matter? (Tall Poppy Syndrome)
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Daun Yorke@DaunYorkeBusan, KoreaCurriculum Director/building capacity
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Helen Janc Malone@HelenJancMaloneWashington, DC, USAEducation policy, leadership, systems change, equity, out-of-school time learningHow can we organise something together on this issue in the near future? How can we leverage social media and the power of connection to cultivate and promote more women in educational leadership?
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Meridith Ebbs@iMerinetPort Macquarie, AustraliaGender Equity in STEM and LeadershipHow can we keep girls engaged in STEM?
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Deirdre Faughey@deirdrefaugheyNew York, NYLeadership to support new teachers What do we mean by "leadership"? How can a global network support the work of early-career and potential leaders?
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Susan Bradbeer@sbradbeerVictoria, AustraliaThe influence of leadership on the professional identity of rural women in education.What is the link between leadership, pl and professional id for rural women in ed?
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Yoonjeong Lee@treerightSeoul, KoreaLeadership preparation and developmentWhy headteacher is popular role in the Republic of Korea? how are they prepared? how are they feeling in their first year practice?
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Barb Watterston
@BarbKWBrisbane, AustraliaLeadereship development, career transitions, impact of professional learning How do develop, nuture and sustain high quality leadership in schools?
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Beate Planche@bmplancheToronto, Ontario.Collaborative Learning and Inquiry
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@bbray27California USA
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Maree Whiteley@mareewhiteleyPerth, AustraliaEducational leadership through Curriculum development, implementation and school-based planning. Creating local, national and global networks via social media and promoting the benefits of an active PLN.
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Daniela Lawlor@danlaw7Adelaide, AustraliaEducational LeadershipWhat skills are required and how are these best developed through strategic planning?
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Purti Singh@dhatravadaGuangzhou ChinaEducational leadership....Challenges leaders faceHow will one analyze the relationship between staff job satisfaction and performance/ To understand how psychological factors influence individual

responses to change
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Ingileif Ástvaldsdóttir@ingileifHörgársveit, IcelandStudent-centerd leadership, Digital leadership
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Kaye Henrickson@KayeHenricksonWisconsin, USAStudent-centered learning, educational leadership, digital leadershipMindshift - how do cultivate a growth mindset? What would happen if students (and adult learners-teachers) had and took control of their own learning?
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Barbara Bray@bbray27California USATransforming teaching and learning, creating learner-centered environments, Personalized Learning, Creating cultures of learningHow do we develop an education system that values self-directed, expert learners who have agency? How do we develop and nurture effective leadership skills?
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Susan Elliott-Johns@susan_susanejOntario, CanadaEffective leadership in teacher education
How do we nurture, develop and sustain effective leadership in pedagogy for teacher education in the context of higher education?
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