The Role of the Leader in Building Learning Cultures, Tabitha Leonard

Professional development (PD) Auckland

Posted: 10 July 2020
Notice reference #: 1HA90k

Onlinbe – Tabitha Leonard – The role of the leader in building learning cultures within an organisation

Based on the model of culture created by Edgar Schein, participants will focus on how to develop visibility and clarity of the many micro-learning cultures in their school. Discussion will support an understanding of the alchemy of a learning culture; what learning culture is, who owns it, who really leads it?
The learning culture and individual learning cultures of an organisation in regard to values, behaviours and subconscious assumptions will be explored.
Participants will be guided on how to use this information to design and target specific actions to leverage improved outcomes for both teachers and students.

Tabitha Leonard is an education consultant, specialising in utilising design thinking to unpack projects and design solutions. This approach is central to the work she does with schools and their focus on critical inquiry practices. Tabitha is the co-author of An Action Research Project with SOLO Taxonomy., 'How to tell if it is making a difference.'
She works alongside educational leaders and classroom teachers to build their capability and capacity as inquiring practitioners through quality critical inquiry in the form of action research learning projects. Tabitha brings experience in coaching teachers to grow a learning culture that will result in evolutionary – transformational change.

Events summary


20 August 2020 – 20 August 2020

Further information

Contact: Kohia Centre

 (09) 623 8977