Thought Leader

THOUGHT LEADER IN RESIDENCE

About the program

Designed for Principals who are members of Future Schools, the program brings together educational leaders, to explore thinking about the future we want for education with our Thought Leader in Residence. We believe strongly that regardless of where you are in the world, there is great benefit from having opportunity in having access to expertise and insight that provokes deeper thought on the future of schooling.

Changing the narrative of education requires the very purpose of schooling to be tested. We invite you to join Peter Hutton and our Thought Leader in Residence to shape new futures in education by testing current schooling assumptions and paradigms during a journey of reimagining.

Over the duration of a semester you are invited to join two conversations and one 'fireside' chat. Resources will be made available for ongoing learning outside of these online meets. 

Be part of a community

Join Peter Hutton and Future School Principals for a series conversations with a Thought Leader in Residence.

In 2022 we have two Thought Leaders joining us.

Semester One our Thought Leader is  David Price, author of Open: How We’ll Work, Live & Learn In The Future and The Power Of Us. 

Semester Two is Sugata Mitra, Indian computer scientist and educational theorist who is perhaps best known for his "Hole in the Wall" experiment,

Be part of a collective who seek to create educational experiences that reflect an interconnected and changing world, whereby learners are creators and makers of their journey. An education where you’re empowered to take control of your learning voyage in a rapidly evolving environment.

We encourage you to take part in an education transformation that seeks to shape the future of education by exploring opportunities, creating alternatives and stepping into possibilities. 

Become part of the change.

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