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AISACT Leadership Breakfast – 14 May 2015

Held on the chilly morning of 14 May at the National Arboretum, the AISACT Leadership Breakfast brought together teachers and leaders of ACT schools from across all sectors of education, as well as influential parties from across the ACT education community.

Due to unfortunate circumstances the speaker for the breakfast, Mr David Price, OBE, was unable to present on the day. However the breakfast once again challenged attendees and provided the opportunity to network with peers through discussion around current topics that effect schools on a daily basis.

The AISACT Leadership Breakfast series will continue to seek to challenge the thinking of educators and those involved in the ACT education community by providing access to interesting and relevant speakers.

The next AISACT Leadership Breakfast will be held on Thursday 13 August and will feature guest speaker Dr Helen Street who will examine some of the most debated and contentious ideas about the psychology behind teaching and learning and asks, “What is fact? And what is fiction?”

 

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