Network programme - ICSEI 2010
In support of development of the ICSEI networks the organising committee of ICSEI 2010 allocated the 3PNetwork two breakfast timeslots to meet and discuss the ongoing and future work of the network together with two symposium sessions. In order to make best use of this opportunity the convenors of the network agreed the following programme.
An introduction to the concept, scope and work of the 3P Network
Update on activities during 2010
Outcomes from the summer seminar meeting in Scotland
An opportunity to briefly share current challenges facing participants in their respective professional fields
Swap shop session:
Swap shop session: Presentations from Prof. Wilfried Schley (Germany) on Developing Leadership Qualities and Karl Napiarella (Wales) on Local Authority and Schools collaborative working for Improvement.
3P Network AGM
Gerard Van den Hoven stood down and was warmly thanked for all his hard work and commitment to the Network as one of the founding convenors.
Wednesday 6th January
3P Network Symposium 1
Political cultures and their impact on education policies.
Presenters: Karen Seashore (USA), Michael Schratz (Austria), Mats Ekholm (Sweden), Leif Moos (Denmark), Kasper Kofod (Denmark), Boudewijn van Velzen (The Netherlands).
The contributions were drawn from a loose collaborative research project that involves participants in USA, Denmark, The Netherlands, Sweden, Austria and England.
Dr. Hussein Hj. Ahmad, Univesrsity of Malaysia was discussant and confronted the presenters with a reflection from a Sout-Easr Asian perspective.
Thursday 7 January.
3P Network Symposium 2
Improving locality services for children, young people and families: towards a system leadership approach.
This symposium provided the opportunity for policy makers, politicians, administrators and practitioners to share current challenges facing leaders and managers of locality services for children and young people. The presentations from England and the Netherlands described a number of national and local initiatives aimed at increasing capacity at strategic and operational level through the professional development of leaders and managers of services for children, young people and families.