At BBI-TAITE we are aware that there is an ongoing stream of doctoral research in Religious Education generated by leaders in Catholic School Offices, school principals and teachers. In response, we have designed a series of colloquia to allow the research from awarded doctoral dissertations to inform practice. The intention is to bring these findings to a wider audience of fellow professionals and educators.
Our second presentation will be delivered by Dr Amber Calleja who holds the position of Education Officer: Formation and Religious Education in the diocese of Bathurst Catholic Schools Office. Join us on Tuesday 20 July at 4pm (AEST) and take part in this educational opportunity.
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Student leadership development has been found to be an important area of training to improve the skill set of students and provide the world with more competent leaders now and in the future. An examination of the students' perspectives of their leadership development in a high school setting uncovers some interesting findings for schools and educational leaders. Students' thoughts on leadership, leadership development activities and what occurs in their schools is important to show a way forward in this increasingly important field.
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Every blessing as we begin a new venture in educational opportunities.
Principal & CEO, BBI The Australian Institute of Theological Education