Last update: March 3, 2023
Maria Espinet. Director of Education Area of “la Caixa” Foundation.Miguel Ángel Sancho, President of European Foundation Society and Education. Rodrigo Queiroz e Melo, Vice-President of CEPCEP (Center for Studies of the Catholic University of Portugal). Alphons H. Brenninkmeijer, Porticus.Encarna Cuenca Carrión, President of the State Council of Schools.
|10:15 CET||PART 1|
THE SCHOOL VISION PROJECTView content→
|12:15 CET||PART 2|
A SUSTAINABLE ORGANIZATION UNDER A DISTRIBUTED LEADERSHIPView content→
|15:00 CET||PART 3|
A NEW CURRICULUM SUPPORTING WHOLE CHILD DEVELOPMENTView content→
|16:30 CET||BREAK/ INTERNATIONAL CONECTION|
|17:00 CET||SPECIAL BROADCAST STREAMING FOR MEMBERS OF THE GLOBAL LEARNING COMMUNITY|
BEATRIZ PONT: EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP IN TIMES OF UNCERTAINTY. TOWARDS NEW APPROACHES
Renowned expert in global education policy and reform, equity and school leadership, has developed her career at the Directorate for Education and Skills of the OECD and currently works at the International Institute for Educational Planning of UNESCO (IIEP-UNESCO). In a large time slot (I and II) and in plenary session, she will present, moderate and encourage an exchange of experiences in which participants will show that it is possible to imagine a «new school» under a «new leadership».“Against new educational contexts, school leaders must change their role to adapt and look to the future. This includes principals, but also people who are working at intermediate levels and in the field of education policy.”. LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCES Roberto García Montero. Escuelas de Segunda Oportunidad – Luis González Reyes. FUHEM – Miguel Costa. Empieza por Educar – Ángel Serrano. Fundación Tomillo – Alfonso Aguiló. Red Arenales.
|18:10 CET||SPECIAL BROADCAST STREAMING FOR MEMBERS OF THE GLOBAL LEARNING COMMUNITY|
JOOST DE LAAT: REIMAGINING THE SCHOOL THROUGH WCD LEADERSHIP
Joost de Laat
(University of Utrecht) will lead a dialogue between organisations from different countries that will show us how leaders interpret their respective educational contexts and propose appropriate solutions. All the experiences coincide in exercising leadership action presided over by objectives of integral education, i.e. that seek the development of all the dimensions of the person (Whole Child Development); and, in addition, they seek to achieve goals of inclusion through education (2030 Agenda), focusing on the social integration of students from vulnerable backgrounds.LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCES Eileen O’Malley, Porticus Global Programme Manager. – Martín Vegas. Horizontes Program on Rural Secondary Schools Coordinator at UNESCO, Perú – Melissa Kim. Former Deputy Chancellor of Washington DC Public Schools, USA. – Nieves Tapia. Director of the Latinamerican Center for Solidarity Service and Learning (Centro Latinoamericano de Aprendizaje y Servicio Solidario) (CLAYSS), Argentina. -Rita Jobim. Lemann Center for Educational Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Brazil.
|19:15 CET||End of Day 1|
THE LEI PROGRAM FROM ITS ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
Based on the results of the evaluation of the Leadership Program for Integral Education (LEI), four participants in each of its research phases, Training, implementation and mentoring, will highlight the uniqueness of a “model” that is only effective from the knowledge of the reality of the center.
ARTURO GALÁN. Professor of the Department of Research Methods and Diagnosis in Education and dean of the Faculty of Education of the UNED. He has been visiting scholar at Boston University and MIT. His research and transfer activity focuses on the evaluation of programs, people and institutions, an area in which he has directed several projects and published numerous articles.
RODRIGO QUEIROZ E MELO. Degree in Law and Doctor of Education. Vice-President of CEPCEP (Centro de Estudios de la Universidad Católica Portuguesa), Executive Director of AEEP (Portuguese Association of Independent Schools), President of ECNAIS (European Council of National Associations of Independent Schools) and Vice-President of EFEE (European Federation of Education Entrepreneurs). Leads R&D projects in comprehensive child development, child protection and the teaching profession He has published numerous works on educational policy, school choice and school management.
ISABEL MARTÍNEZ JIMÉNEZ. Director of CEIP Jesús Varela in Alcorcón (Madrid). Degree in Psychology and graduated in Teaching and English Philology from the UCM. Specialist in Early Childhood Education, by the UNED. Expert in leadership for an integral education and in emotional leadership, she teaches initial training for ASD students, in the creation of resources and virtual classrooms, and in pedagogical innovation projects in Early Childhood Education.
JUAN JOSÉ NIETO. Specialist technician in industrial control and maintenance electronics. Career civil servant. Technical Professor of Vocational Training since 1982. General Director of Early Childhood, Primary and Secondary Education of the Community of Madrid between 2015 and 2019) and Director of the IES Julio Verne de Leganés from 2004 to 2015). He has been president of “Mejora tu Escuela Pública” and vice president of APRODIR (Professional Association of Secondary School Directors of the Community of Madrid). Advisor for different entities in managerial, teacher and family training, as well as tutor and mentor of managers. Participates as an expert in projects, meetings and educational forums.
|10:15 CET||PANEL 4|
AN EDUCATIONAL COMMUNITY IN MOVEMENTView content →
|12:15 CET||CLOSING TALK BY TONY BUSH. UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM (United Kingdom). |
WHY LEAD AN INTEGRAL EDUCATION
TONY BUSH is Professor of Educational Leadership at the University of Nottingham (UK), Visiting Professor at Mid-Sweden University Sundsval, internationally renowned researcher and consultant. He is President of the British Educational Leadership, Management and Administration Society (BELMAS) and editor-in-chief of the journal Educational Management, Administration and Leadership (EMAL). His book, Theories of Educational Leadership and Management, is in its fifth edition, has been translated into several languages and is an obligatory reference for the field of leadership.“Leaders must be able to decipher each situation and adopt the most appropriate leadership response to each context. The careful reading and adaptation to the reality of each school is a key sign of any leadership process, since ‘there is no measure that fits all sizes”. Tony Bush
|12:45 CET||READING OF THE LEI DECALOGUE: LEADING AN INTEGRAL, SUSTAINABLE, EFFECTIVE, AND INCLUSIVE EDUCATION|
CLOSURE OF THE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
Maria Espinet, Director of Education at “la Caixa” Foundation – Miguel Ángel Sancho, President of the European Foundation Society and Education – Rodrigo Queiroz e Melo, Vice President of CEPCEP (Center for Studies of the Catholic University of Portugal) – María González, Country Manager of Porticus Iberia – Rocío Albert López-Ibor, Deputy Minister of Education Policy of the Community of Madrid.
|13:30 CET||CLOSURE OF THE SYMPOSIUM|