4th iNet international conference programme by vgg76349

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									                                                                          Monday 17 September 2007
0900 – 1000   Conference registration and networking                                      Arcade Foyer
1000 – 1005   Welcome and introductions                                                   Grand Ballroom 8B
              Sue Williamson, Director, SSAT & Sylvia Paddock, Head of iNet, SSAT         Arcade Level
1005 – 1040   China: its heritage and culture                                             Grand Ballroom 8B
              Professor Yong Zhao
1040 – 1100   Tea & coffee                                                                Arcade Foyer
1100 – 1200   Overview of Chinese education system                                        Grand Ballroom 8B
              Working with schools in China
              Professor Yong Zhao
1200 – 1300   Lunch                                                                       Function Room 4AB
                                                                                          Arcade Level
1300 – 1630   Cultural Visits
              Free Evening
              Delegates are welcome to join SSAT staff at the Jinhu/Golden Lake
              Restaurant, located at the east side, first level of China World Shopping
              Mall, Jianguo Menwai Avenue. This is not part of the conference package.
              If you are interested in reserving a seat, please inform a member of the
              Conference Team at the registration desk
                                                                      Tuesday 18 September 2007
0800 – 0845   Registration and networking                                              Conference Hall Foyer
                                                                                       Level 1
0845 – 0905   Conference welcome                                                       Conference Hall C
              Elizabeth Reid, Chief Executive SSAT                                     Level 1
              Mr Xiping Tao, Chairman of Asia Pacific UNESCO Clubs Association
              Federation
              Sue Williamson, Director, SSAT
              Sylvia Paddock, Head of iNet, SSAT
0905 – 0935   The key principles of the international workshop for school principals   Conference Hall C
              Communiqué – Professor David Hopkins & Professor Yong Zhao
0935 – 0955   Transforming your school through specialism                              Conference Hall C
              Glenn Mayoh, Associate Headteacher, Abbs Cross School & Arts College
0955 – 1015   Leading transformation in China: the opportunities & challenges          Conference Hall C
              Mme Pengzhi Liu, Headteacher, High School attached to China Renmin
              University & Deputy President of China Renmin University
1015 – 1030   Refreshments and networking                                              Conference Hall Foyer
1030 – 1115   Introduction to system leadership                                        Conference Hall C
              Professor David Hopkins, HSBC iNet Chair of International Leadership,
              SSAT & Institute of Education
1115 – 1200   Realising the potential of system leadership                             Conference Hall C
              Professor David Hopkins
              Michael Wilkins, Executive Principal, Outwood Grange School
1200 – 1230   Strategic leadership                                                     Conference Hall C
              Professor Brent Davies, Professor of International Leadership
              Development, University of Hull
1230 – 1330   Lunch                                                                    Conference Hall B
                                                                                       Level 1
1330 – 1630   School visits programme

From 1800     Evening activities – a programme will be available at the conference



Translation
All keynote sessions in Conference Hall C will be translated using simultaneous translation
                                                                   Wednesday 19 September 2007
0900 – 0930   Registration and networking                                               Conference Hall Foyer
                                                                                        Level 1
0930 – 0950   Observations and welcome                                                  Conference Hall C
              Mr Yue Du, Secretary General of China UNESCO National Committee           Level 1
              Mr Peng Sun, Director, Education Committee in Haidian District, Beijing
              Sylvia Paddock, Head of iNet
0950 – 1025   Meeting the challenges of globalisation                                   Conference Hall C
              Professor Yong Zhao, SSAT
1025 – 1100   From student to citizen: transforming students through emotional          Conference Hall C
              resilience
              Professor Barry Carpenter OBE, Chief Executive, Sunfield School
1100 – 1120   Refreshments and networking                                               Conference Hall Foyer
1120 – 1200   Showcases – well being and curriculum expertise
              Delegates choose to attend one of the sessions below
              Independent learning & well being                                         Function Room 2A
              Mr Zhongping Zhang & students
              Primary school attached to No 1 Normal School
              Project China                                                             Function Room 2B
              Gunilla Söderström & colleagues, Stockholm Education Administration
              Emotional well being - what can schools do? A follow up to the            Function Room 2C
              plenary
              Professor Barry Carpenter OBE, Chief Executive, Sunfield School
              Bringing the real world into your classroom                               Function Room 3
              Alex Savage, Advanced Skills Teacher, Notre Dame High School
              Making school the place where students gain confidence                    Conference Hall C
              Mr Yongsheng Liu, Headteacher, Beijing Guangming Primary school
1210 – 1250   Showcases – well being and curriculum expertise
              Delegates choose to attend one of the sessions below
              Independent learning and well being                                       Function Room 2A
              Mr Zhongping Zhang & students
              Primary school attached to No 1 Normal School
              Project China                                                             Function Room 2B
              Gunilla Söderström & colleagues
              Stockholm Education Administration
              Globalisation and student well being - one school's story of an           Function Room 2C
              international student programme
              Anne McDonald, Principal, Nazareth College, Australia
              Bringing the real world into your classroom                               Function Room 3
              Alex Savage, Advanced Skills Teacher, Notre Dame High School
              Improving student well being through a digitised campus                   Conference Hall C
              Mme Han Li, Henan No. 2 Experimental School
1250 – 1350   Lunch                                                                     Conference Hall B
1350 – 1700   School visit programme
1900 – 1945   Pre-dinner drinks including a performance by Windsor Boys’ School         Conference Hall Foyer
1950          Conference dinner                                                         Conference Hall B

Translation
All keynote sessions in Conference Hall C will be translated using simultaneous translation
In the showcases, some will have consecutive translation – please refer to the key below
                English to Chinese                      Chinese to English
                                                                    Thursday 20 September 2007
0845 – 0900   Registration and networking                                             Conference Hall Foyer
                                                                                      Level 1
0900 – 1000   System redesign: the road to educational transformation                 Conference Hall C
              Professor David Hargreaves, Associate Director, Development &           Level 1
              Research, SSAT
1000 – 1025   System redesign: The benefits and implications for merging all          Conference Hall C
              ages of education into a single educational journey
              David Harris, Principal, Serlby Park, (a 3-18 B&E Learning
              Community)
1025 – 1050   System redesign: the development of the SSAT (from single to            Conference Hall C
              multiple institutions and the impact on leadership)
              Michael Wilkins, Executive Principal, Outwood Grange School
1050 – 1110   Refreshments and networking                                             Conference Hall Foyer
1110 – 1150   Partnership fair and demonstrations of traditional Chinese arts         Conference Hall B
              International schools represented by delegates
1150 – 1230   System redesign: agreeing the way forward                               Conference Hall C
              Interactive session facilitated by Professor David Hargreaves
1230 – 1300   Greenford High School: our student voice journey                        Conference Hall C
              Greenford High School
1300 – 1400   Lunch                                                                   Conference Hall B
1400 – 1450   Showcases - personalising learning and leadership
              Delegates choose to attend one of the sessions below
              How effective learning and teaching are personalised in a 12 – 18       Function Room 2A
              school in Scotland
              Neal McGowan, Headteacher, Larbert High School
              Leadership – what’s behind the buzzwords?                               Function Room 2B
              Lars Svedberg, Associate Professor, Stockholm Institute of Education
              Leading the school towards personalised learning for each student       Function Room 2C
              Deborah Duncan, Headteacher, Horbury School
              What ‘special education’ teaches us about personalising learning:       Function Room 3
              the Australian way
              Sue Dixon, Project Consultant, iNet Australia
1455 – 1545   Showcases - personalising learning and leadership
              Delegates choose to attend one of the sessions below
              How effective learning and teaching are personalised in a 12 – 18       Function Room 2A
              school in Scotland
              Neal McGowan, Headteacher, Larbert High School
              Deep learning is risky business                                         Function Room 2B
              Graeme Oliver, Acting Principal
              Australian Science & Mathematics School, South Australia
              Personalising learning and embedding assessment                         Function Room 2C
              James O’Neill, Principal, Carmel RC Technology College
              Personalised and globalised: Hove Park school’s journey in              Function Room 3
              curriculum futures
              Tim Barclay, Headteacher, Hove Park School & Sixth Form Centre
1545 – 1600   Refreshments                                                            Conference Hall Foyer
1600 – 1645   System leadership roles and system reform                               Conference Hall C
              Professor David Hopkins, HSBC iNet Chair of International Leadership,
              SSAT & Institute of Education
1645 – 1715   Setting the agenda going forward                                        Conference Hall C
              Professors David Hopkins, Yong Zhao & David Hargreaves & Sylvia
              Paddock

Translation
All Keynotes Sessions in Conference Hall C will be translated using Simultaneous Translation
In the showcases, some will have consecutive translation – please refer to the key below
                English to Chinese                     Chinese to English

								
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