Leadership for learning – blog 1

Leadership for learning suggests the leader has a number of facets:
* an understanding of educational theory and how people learn
* an ability to lead students through learning experiences
* a willingness to reflect on and learn from these learning episodes and their own professional practice to enhance future learning
* an attitude of continual learning, always willing to consider new information or perspectives
* an understanding that leading and learning are continually evolving processes and that they each impact the other. An understanding that you can’t be a good leader without being open to learning and that you can’t be a good learner without being open to being led.

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