Anne Knock presents, hosts and facilitates conferences and workshops. She mentors and coaches leaders and has written for and contributed to papers and articles.
Keynotes, Workshops, MC
Design for Learning Workshop:
2020 Vision for the 2020’s Learner
This workshop presents a design thinking approach to addressing the issues facing school leaders today. Working through the process – What is? What if? Next Steps?
These professional learning opportunities are participatory, hands on and fun, with input and insights from local and global experiences. Anne draws on her insight into the international educational landscape, including schools, higher education, libraries ad museums.
In these workshops participants consider strategies for problems they are facing, using the approach How Might We:
- Design spaces that will encourage a vibrant learning community?
- Change mindsets about teaching and learning in our school?
- Embed a future-focused culture?
March: Two days – Making it Mobile Leadership Workshop: For teams from different schools.
May: Full day workshop for 200 Primary Principals in Christchurch embracing the opportunities of creating collaborative communities.
July: Afternoon session: AISNSW Flagship Leaders Program for emerging leaders in independent schools.
Keynotes, presentations and provocations
Anne is available to share insight and provide input on:
- International educational landscape
- Future-focused schools
- Innovative learning
- Team building and collaboration
- Strategy for vision
- Spaces for working and learning
- Shaping culture
In March 2015, Anne was invited to MC Future Schools, a strategic look at the future of education. Across the two days she worked with conference organisers, keynote speakers and engaged with the audience.
Anne is available as a MC or facilitator for:
- Forums and panels
Coaching and mentoring
From time to time I work with people who are seeking to grow their own capacity. This can involved identifying and growing specific skills, as well as guiding career growth.
In the media
We need to teach children skills not subjects, Australian Financial Review, June 2015
Lean In Stories, posted on website 20 June, 2013
More the merrier: top results from mega class, Sydney Morning Herald, 26 May 2013
Smaller class sizes or quality teaching, (video) Sydney Morning Herald, 26 May 2013
Learning to move with the times, Sydney Morning Herald Aug 2011