Look Out 2011

Join the conversation with local and international speakers and delegates, and explore what it means to be an innovative outward facing school in the 21st century.

  • Lead for outward facing communities
  • Develop strong, inclusive partnerships for learning
  • Dialogue to push the boundaries of educational reform
  • Re-imagine the learning landscape
  • Achieve learning outcomes and life chances for all

This exciting conference will be held on the 20th and 21st June in Melbourne and will provide a great opportunity for schools to explore how strong partnerships with families and the wider community can enhance student learning in the 21st Century.

Many international speakers will present at the conference, along with many opportunities to discuss and explore with education colleagues.

Children learn everywhere, at any time. The notion of learning has to shift from school-centred to student-centred learning. Working from this stance, there are many influences in children and youth learning that need to be elevated. One of the most powerful of these is family engagement in children’s learning and development.

(Harvard Family Research Project, 2010)

For more information email:   Lookout2011@ceomelb.catholic.edu.au

Or visit: Look out 2011 website