Study Tours

outbound | inbound

IMG_5006I have had the amazing opportunity to travel and meet wonderful people and see places of work, learning and community development. Each year since 2011 in October I have hosted study tours for educational leaders and architects.

2018 opportunities will be launched soon

 

I’d also like to pass on my sincere thanks re your organisation and leadership of the trip. It was all that was promised and so much more and is a trip I would highly recommend! We were challenged and inspired by all that we saw and also through interaction with the rest of the team. (2016 participant)

Truly this was one of the most enjoyable both professionally and personal opportunities I have ever had! (2015 participant)

This is professional learning you can’t get from conferences and seminars. (2012 participant)

I can also arrange inbound tours to schools in Australia and New Zealand. In 2015 I designed a tour of schools in Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland for US and Canadian school leaders.

In January 2016 and 2018 I have partnered with Learning Environments Australasia to host a tour to Scandinavia and Europe with an architectural focus.

Where can we go?IMG_4913

  • To meet outstanding leaders and change agents in learning and education
  • See schools that are rethinking and reinventing education
  • Visit schools, libraries, universities and museums that are engaging and innovative spaces

What will happen?

You will be challenged, engaged, inspired and excited to become a change agent in your own context. You will spend time with like-minded leaders and value the opportunities to grapple with ideas and develop strategies.

 

 

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