Session 3

Saturday 8th July                                            
10:10 – 11:20

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Room & Format Title Presenter (Co-authors) Chair
Wordsworth
(Theatre Style)
System instructional leadership for collaborative partnerships for school-to-school improvement within two emerging Multi-academy Trusts (MATs) in England Maria Kaparou,
Daniel Muijs
Catherine Simon
Towards an ecological paradigm on formation of partnerships: Implications for educational leadership Ioanna Palaiologou,
Trevor Male
What are system leaders in England learning about school to school support in a self- improving system? Deb Outhwaite,
Ann Kendrick (Paul Close)
Bronte 1
(Theatre Style)
Head teachers’ perceptions of their role in improving teachers’ professional learning in Omani post-basic education Hilal Alshandudi (Chris Turner) (Richard Harris) Eric Addae-Kyeremeh
Building Professional Capital: Simulation Activities in Medical Education and Educational Leadership Pauline Stonehouse,
Susan Splichal
Bronte 2
(Roundtable)
One mission, two realities: what works from educational research vs. what happens in educational practice Annemarie Neeleman
Robert Hindle
Bronte 3
(Theatre Style)
Supporting educational change through appreciative inquiry:  The impact of student centred, local and global learning agendas. Rachel McNae
Jane Creaton
The potential of paradoxy: an unorthodox model for analysing and interpreting school leadership in a global society Chris Dolan
Wickedity, Globalisation, and the Sustainability of Educational Leadership. Michael Bottery
Dickens
(Workshop)
Leadership for Sustainability Neil Herrington Neil Herrington

Wells
(Theatre Style)

Leading a research informed approach to improving outcomes for Summer born children: A study across a Federation of three small Infant Schools in England Jane Flood, Matt Perrett, Chris Brown Tonisha Tagoe
Belloc
(Workshop)
Reporting on how Bernstein’s (1996) concepts of ‘classification’ and ‘framing’ can be used to explore the development of programmes for school leaders Anna Reid,
René Koglbauer
Anna Reid

Indicates papers with authors from institutions outside the
United Kingdom