DARE TO LEAD NOW PROVIDES TAILOR-MADE, SITE-SPECIFIC PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS AND NETWORKS.
- Leading the Implementation of Australian Curriculum
- Collegial Snapshot: Whole-school focus
- Collegial Snapshot: A personal focus on the school leader
- Leadership Development
To download the 2013 Professional Services Guide please click here (file size 7.3Mb - approx. 1 minute to download).
Professional Discussion Starters Series
This is a series of simple tools to generate discussion about some important issues for schools and school leaders.......
Use these as a discussion starter amongst your staff, your leadership team, your Indigenous Education Team etc.....
Number One: Critical Issues
Number Two: Equity vs Equality
Number Three: Selecting and Evaluating Resources
Nember Four: Successful Primary-Secondary Transitions
Number Five: Walking in two worlds
Number Six: What can we learn from the Dare to Lead Excellence Awards Schools
Number Seven: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student Aspirations
This preschool review checklist has been developed for use in
preschools and kindergartens. We welcome any comments
on its suitability.
To download the checklist please click here.
Dare to Lead Resources overview
Images of Reconciliation reflection worksheet
Images of Reconciliation resource
Aboriginal Perspectives Across the Curriculum (APAC) (WA)For further information please visit www.det.wa.edu.au/education/abled/apac/
Aboriginal Perspectives Across the Curriculum (APAC) is a project that aims to broaden and deepen students' and teachers' understanding of Aboriginal cultures and ways of being. Teaching APAC will assist all students to be able to look at the world from an Aboriginal viewpoint and understand the different Aboriginal points of view on a range of issues such as reconciliation, social justice and equality.
School Leadership frame: an Indigenous focus booklet
School Leadership frame: an Indigenous focus scenarios
Principals: Ten things your Indigenous Educators want you to know!
The L5 Companion
The L5 Frame Remote Scenarios
Working with community: The Yule Brook College Experience
This resource has been developed "for schools eager to commence or further develop the process of engaging with their local Aboriginal community".
The Working with Community: The Yule Brook College Experience package consists of a DVD and booklet outlining the steps that Yule Brook College, a middle school in suburban Perth, took to develop an Aboriginal Community Agreement with their local Aboriginal community. The school has sustained the Agreement over the past 5 years, despite changes to the school's leadership team.
The resource is an excellent model for schools. The booklet outlines the process that Yule Brook College followed in engaging with their local Aboriginal community. Data showing the improvements in attendance and graduation since the Agreement's development is highlighted. The second half of the booklet offers suggestions for other schools to consider in following a similar process.
A copy of the partnership agreement developed by the College with its Aboriginal community is included in the booklet and can also be downloaded from the DVD.
Copies of the resource are available for $10 (to cover postage and administration) through Dare to Lead.
Click here to download a copy of the order form.
What Works slide
PowerPoint Slide Shows
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