1 hr 2 min

In Conversation with Dr Deborah Netolicky Lighting a Fire! All things Teaching and Learning with The Teaching Council

    • Education

Dr Deborah Netolicky has more than 20 years of experience in teaching and school leadership in Australia and England. She is currently Head of Teaching and Learning at St Mark’s Anglican Community School, Honorary Research Associate at Murdoch University, Chair of a local primary school board, and member of education advisory committees. She blogs at theeduflaneuse.com, is author of Transformational Professional Learning: Making a Difference in Schools, editor of the upcoming Future Alternatives for Educational Leadership: Diversity, Inclusion, Equity and Democracy and co-editor of Flip the System.
 Deborah joins Tomás Ó Ruairc, Director of the Teaching Council and Dr Finn Ó Murchú, Head of School (Post Primary) in Mary Immaculate College, Thurles for a chat about Professional Learning, Wellbeing, Wayfinding Leadership and much more.
 
Podcast Disclaimer Notice: These recordings have been prepared by The Teaching Council for general information and discussion purposes.  Any expression of viewpoints or opinions reflect the views of the individual speakers and are not necessarily those of The Teaching Council. 

Dr Deborah Netolicky has more than 20 years of experience in teaching and school leadership in Australia and England. She is currently Head of Teaching and Learning at St Mark’s Anglican Community School, Honorary Research Associate at Murdoch University, Chair of a local primary school board, and member of education advisory committees. She blogs at theeduflaneuse.com, is author of Transformational Professional Learning: Making a Difference in Schools, editor of the upcoming Future Alternatives for Educational Leadership: Diversity, Inclusion, Equity and Democracy and co-editor of Flip the System.
 Deborah joins Tomás Ó Ruairc, Director of the Teaching Council and Dr Finn Ó Murchú, Head of School (Post Primary) in Mary Immaculate College, Thurles for a chat about Professional Learning, Wellbeing, Wayfinding Leadership and much more.
 
Podcast Disclaimer Notice: These recordings have been prepared by The Teaching Council for general information and discussion purposes.  Any expression of viewpoints or opinions reflect the views of the individual speakers and are not necessarily those of The Teaching Council. 

1 hr 2 min

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