Gavin Grift

With experience as a teacher, assistant principal and educational coach, Gavin Grift's passion, commitment and style have made him an in-demand presenter of keynotes, seminars and in-school support days. As a speaker, Gavin connects with national and international audiences on topics ranging from Cognitive Coaching and quality teacher practice to professional learning communities (PLCs) and learning-centred leadership.

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  1. Five Commitments for Leading a PLC
    Dive beneath the surface of professional learning communities (PLCs) to explore the critical commitments that leaders must make in order to truly transform school culture and get the results that students deserve. Gavin will provide insights, tips and techniques to help you understand how to use the differences among your staff in a way to support the success of teams. Learn More
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  2. Putting People First: How to Put People Before Innovation in a PLC
    Whilst the PLC process is about change, successfully navigating change requires attention to people and the ability to attend to the people’s needs as they go about implementing the required changes in their practice. Many questions will arise as educators consider the changes they need to make, and the courageous leader ensures that there is an unrelenting focus on supporting people through change. Learn More
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  3. 12 Key Actions to Guide the Work of Collaborative Teams
    The Professional Learning Communities process is supported by research and endorsed by educational researchers at all levels as our best hope for sustained, substantive improvement. But what is the real work of the collaborative team in a professional learning community? In this session, Gavin and Colin will share their learnings from over the last ten years of taking the PLC research and making it a reality in schools. Learn More
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  4. 5 Ways of Being: What Leaders of Learning Think, Do and Say Every Day

    Learning is our core business and needs to sit at the heart of all we think, say and do as leaders. From the top all the way through every level of leadership there needs to be an understanding, an agreement and clear articulation of what being a learning leader in a PLC looks like, sounds like and what it means. This workshop supports learning leaders to understand what is critical for them to say and do each day they commit to move from a model of doing to a model of being.

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