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Then you will develop strategies for changing your approach to self-management and for building the personal capacities needed to achieve your most important goals.
Participants who apply what they learn from this brief seminar will look back in one year and 10 years with surprise at how much more meaning and satisfaction they have gained from their work. Christopher Day and Dr Gu Qing visited the APCLC from October 6-11, 2013.
Darren BRYANT, gave a paper presentation at the 15th Biennial Conference European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction on August 27-31, 2013, in Munich, Germany.
The topic is for school leaders and professionals from schools in Hong Kong and South East Asia, including Vietnam, Thailand, and Indonesia as well as international education leaders from the International Baccalaureate (IB), the Asia Education Foundation (AEF), the Institute for Research on Educational Development (IRED) and The International Institute for Development of Educational Administrators (IIDEA). Allan Walker led discussions related to intercultural leadership and leading world class schools. Philip Hallinger provided a focus on themes related to instructional and strategic leadership.
He is Senior Research Fellow at the Asia Pacific Centre for Leadership and Change (APCLC) at the Hong Kong Institute of Education.
He is also Adjunct Professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, North East Normal University, China and In Holland University, The Netherlands. Dr Qing Gu is an Associate Professor in the Centre for Research in Schools and Communities in the School of Education of the University of Nottingham.
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Regardless of where you teach, student motivation is central to teacher (and student) success.