Day 2:                        11.30 – 13.00 Parallel Session 1


City hotel, Conference room C

Symposium 

TEAM LEADERSHIP AND PEDAGOGICAL INTERACTION IN COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL: how to improve shared leadership and increase involvement of all

Mikko Salonen,  

Hanna Saarinen,

Niina Kettunen and

Matti Saarela

City hotel, Conference room I

Workshop 

Why would a world-leading education system need changes?

 With examples from the world´s possibly happiest city, Kauniainen, Finland

 

Heidi Backman

City hotel, Conference room T Paper presentations 

Grand Theory of Antisocial-Destructive Behavior

 

 Herman Siebens

Ethical-emotional knowledge – self-leadership

 

Knut Ove Æsøy

 

From the comfort zone to experiments and innovation in teaching and learning

 

Katja Arzenšek Konjajeva and Branka Likon

City hotel, Conference room Y Paper presentations 

School leader’s need to identify and understand unwanted changes in school culture 

Dan Roger Sträng

School Leadership for Social Justice

 

 Eileen O’Connor and  Helga Steinunn Lárusdóttir

Back to the future: Why a return to educational purpose being the core focus of school improvement strategies is now essential

 

Christopher Branson and Maureen Marra

 

City hotel, Conference room S Paper presentations

 In-depth knowledge and understanding of school cultures

Dan Roger Sträng 

Including social context in educational leadership

 Joanna Trzópek- Paszkiewicz

Headteachers’ career competence development

 

Tatjana Ažman and Mihaela Zavašnik

 

Day 2:                          15.00 – 16.30 Parallel Session 2


City hotel, Conference room C

Symposium 

What knowledge and skills do school leaders need to develop in order to maximise the potential of learning networks?

BohumiraLazarova,

Milan Pol,

Jan Vanhoof,

Ruud Lelieur,

Kristina Malmberg

 Torbjorn Hortlund,

 Justina Erculj,

Mateja Brejc,

Linda Devlin,

Tracy Wallis,

Rachel Morgan-Guthrie,

Eric Verbiest,

Manuel Cebrián and

Daniel Cebrián

City hotel, Conference room I

Workshop 

 

Family as a driving  force dealing with new social and cultural contexts     

 

 Ilze Ivanova,

Alma Brinkmane,

Inguna Kaniņa and

Baiba Kondriča

City hotel, Conference room T Paper presentations

 Max Weber on various types of legitimate dominance for leaders. A longitudinal study of adults’s view of play and learning in preschool

 

Dan Roger Sträng 

Training the Elephant: A Call for a Neuroscientific Paradigm Shift in Educational Leadership 

Marta Shaw

School or YouTube? Educators career choices in the current world

 

Klára Holíková

14:30 – 15:00

City hotel, Conference room Y

Poster session 

Increasing schools’ capacity for continuous improvement:  The experience of an intervention project in three Icelandic compulsory schools

 Börkur Hansen

 

 Problems regarding involvement of middle leaders and teachers in compulsory schools in Iceland

Steinunn Helga Lárusdóttir and Börkur Hansen

How do new findings on learning affect educational leaders? Learning walks

Maja Žura and Katja Arzernšek Konjajeva

 

 

     

 

Day 3:                        11.00 – 13.00 Parallel Session 3


City hotel, Conference room C

Workshop 

Inter-cultural perceptions of the concept of outstanding educational leadership in amongst Education leaders in Europe

 

Linda Devlin and  Jaswinder Dhillon

City hotel, Conference room I

Workshop 

Educational Leadership for a World at a Turning Point

KamranNamdarand

Anette Oxenswärdh

City hotel, Conference room T Paper presentations

 

Democratic school leadership: research instrument development and validation

 

Monika Pažur

 The case studies of the Finnish development project for strengthening educational leadership capabilities

 

EijaHanhimäki,

Hanna-Kaisa Pekkarinen

Mika Risku,

Ari Hyyryläinenv and  

 Jari Kalavainen

Benefits and challenges of finnish unified comprehensive schools (grades 1-9) from the perspectives of rectors and teachers

 

Henry Leppäaho and

Meri Aatsinki-Hämäläinen

 

City hotel, Conference room Y Paper presentations

How to use Reflecting Team to learn about “The difficult conversation”

Dag Sørmo and Dan Roger Sträng

 

Views on School Improvement Coordinators on Peers and School Observation

 

Esen Altunay and

Kubra Nur Ozerten

Taking Risks into account: Responsible School Management

 

Herman Siebens

 

City hotel, Conference room S Paper presentations

 

The changing roles of Hungarian school leaders in the digital era

 

Attila Nóbik

  “Safe School” as an example of city prevention programme developed on    the basis of research.

 

Roman Dorczak,

Jerzy Mądrzyk and

Małgorzata Niewodowska

 Supporting and developing an autonomous and qualitative school for children of today in Ljubljana

 

Marija Fabčič,

Mojca Mihelič and

Urška Pliberšek

 

Day 3:                        14.00 – 15.30 Parallel Session 4


City hotel, Conference room C

Workshop 

Different design of the staff professional learning

Signe Neimane and

 Zane Namatēva

City hotel, Conference room I

Workshop 

The question of Finnish educational leaders’ competences and capabilities

Mika Risku, Eija Hanhimäki,  Hanna Pekkarinen,  Heidi Backman and Rikard Lindström

 

City hotel, Conference room T Paper presentations

A Study on Variables that Determine Multiple Success Categories in High Schools

 

Mualla Aksu and

Sultan Uçar Altun

 

Ways of managing mental health programmes for children and adolescents based on the example of Polish schools

 

Bożena Freund

Perceptions of school administrators related to the contribution of their completed postgraduate education to school management duties

 

Yılmaz Tonbul and

Emine Çavdar

City hotel, Conference room Y Paper presentations

 Using appreciative inquiry for building organization capacity for school improvement. Lessons learned from an action research project at Frederik II upper secondary school in Norway

 

Kjersti Lien Holte,

 Leif Østli and

Geir Vidar Eriksen

The art and science of leading school in the knowledge society

 

Tibor Barath

 
City hotel, Conference room S Paper presentations