Workshop materials

Bringing Leadership together – Dubrovnik 2014
Ton Duif, ESHA president
SCHOOL LEADERSHIP AND GLOBAL EDUCATIONAL REFORM MOVEMENT
Pasi Sahlberg, PhD, Finland
A – Route DISTRIBUTED LEADERSHIP B – Route LEADERSHIP IN PRACTICE
Staff Evaluation
An Onerous Chore or an Organizational Magnet
Summary of the workshop
John Moncure, South Carolina
WS Teaching for Powerful Learning
Summary of the workshops
Guy Claxton, England
WS The Data Rich School
Summary of the workshop
Chris Harrison, England
WS Systematic Quality Management and other methods
Summary of the workshops
Jukka O. Mattila, Finland
WS Roles of the different forms of assessment in schools
Summary of the workshop
Boris Jokic, Croatia
WS Best Practice for School Leaders
Summary of the workshop
Clive Byrne, Ireland
WS Leadership in pre-school, making the difference
Summary of the workshop
Sandra  Pokos, Croatia
WS Leadership and Planning for e-Mature Schools
Summary of the workshop
Gordana Jugo, Croatia
WS Internationalisation / Globalisation and the Role of the School Leader  Internet Sources
Summary of the workshop
Huub Friederichs, Nederland
WS School leadership and 21st century skills – two sides of the same coin?
Summary of the workshop
Toomas Kruusimagi, Estonia
WS The Organizational Magnet
Summary of the workshop
John Moncure, South Carolina
WS Connecting leadership in pre-school education
Summary of the workshop
Barbara Novinec, Slovenia
WS Distributing leadership without losing power: How Finnish and Chinese principals cultivate leadership resources within the school
Padlet – Distributing Leadership without Losing Power
Summary of the workshops
Meng Tian, China
WS The role of principal motivating the staff
Summary of the workshop
Biserka Matic Rosko, Croatia
WS Leadership Networks – Creating Change by Creating Leadership
Summary of the workshop
Tony Misich, Australia
WS The Holistic Future – oriented School Culture
Summary of the workshop
Anna- Mari Jaatinen, Finland
WS Leading the dynamics
Summary of the workshop
Margareth de Wit, Netherland
K-Note speaker on Leadership in Practise: Leading the Learning Powered School: What Does It Really Take?
Summary of the workshops
Guy Claxton, England
K-note LEADERSHIP IN SMART SPECIALIZATION
Professor Pero Lučin, M.D., Ph.D., Croatia, CV_EU_format_EN_Lucin_VII_2006
ROUND TABLES SUMMARY
Nr Topic Name presenter Leader Reporter
1 Entrepreneurial Education Fred Verboon,
Director ESHA
Solveig Dahl, Norway,Esha board member Chris Harrison, UK, board member ESHA
2 ESHA 2015-2017 –
A Work Plan to Consolidate and Sustain
Clive Byrne,
ESHA President Elect
Ton Duif,
President ESHA
Barbara Novinec
ESHA board member
3 What kind of school leaders do our European schools need today and in the future Jukka Kuittinen
Board member ESHA
Jaume Prat
GA member
Greg Dempster
GA member
4 The Issue of Stakeholders’ Collaboration Ana Paula Silva,
Portugal
Margret Rössler
GA member
Ari Pokka,
ICP President
5 Medikidz Ken Tam,
projectleader Medikidz
Toomas Kruusimägi
GA member
Iryna Kozina
GA member
6 Getting Acquainted with the European Policy Network on School Leadership Huub Friederichs
NSO
Jens Nielsen
GA member
Antonello Gianelli
GA member
K-note IMPROVING SCHOOL LEADERSHIP THROUGH INCLUSIVE PARTICIPATIONS:
The challenge of the diversity of school culture
Professor Vedrana Spajić Vrkas,Ph.D., Croatia

Final presentations of the Iguana project
Fred Verboon, Director ESHA

 K-note BRINGING SCHOOL LEADERSHIP TOGETHER
Toby Salt, England