Is Australian schooling growing students’ talents or do we need to change?
Young people need to be creative, curious, resilient and resourceful to thrive in a fast-changing world. Twenty-one schools across Victoria and NSW spent 18 months working on student-led projects based on Professor Yong Zhao’s principles of entrepreneurial learning.
Join us for a Bastow Institute of Educational Leadership panel discussion with Professor Yong Zhao, Principal of Melbourne Girls’ College, Karen Money and Mitchell Institute Policy Fellow, Dr Bronwyn Hinz to discuss the impact of this project and how it’s changing learning.
Professor Yong Zhao
International Adviser, Mitchell Institute
Yong Zhao is an internationally recognised scholar whose work focuses on the implications of globalisation and technology on education. He has designed schools that cultivate global competence, developed computer games for language learning and founded research and development institutions to explore innovative education models.
Principal, Melbourne Girls’ College
Karen has a strong belief in developing innovative, future thinking education. She has recently worked on establishing students as global citizens conscious of the unique lessons entrepreneurial, problem based and product based learning can bring. This work has included recognition of entrepreneurial learning, S.T.E.A.M, positive psychology and wellbeing.
Dr Bronwyn Hinz
Policy Fellow, Mitchell Institute
Bronwyn’s research has won multiple national and international awards and her analysis frequently appears in print and broadcast media as well as cited in scholarly publications. She previously worked for the Education Foundation, the Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria, two federal politicians and taught at the University of Melbourne.
RSVP via Bastow by COB Friday 11 August to reserve your ticket
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