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What we do

Changing a school is hard.  We collaborate with schools to understand their context and develop a unique transformation plan. We build strong relationships within the school community and continue to support schools throughout their change journey. We equip and empower schools for now and the future, with professional learning modules, tools and other approaches developed by 4C transformative learning.

 

 
 

supporting the 4cs transformation

Using research and our own experience, we have developed ways to make learning Communication, Collaboration, Critical Reflection and Creativity clear and accessible.  We provide tools, such as our Learning Disposition Wheel, that give schools a common language to develop 21st century learners. 

 


Developing Transformational leaders

Research demonstrates that high-quality leaders are critical to effective transformation. The chaos, complexity and contradictions of the 21st Century require leaders to be creative, collaborative, critically reflective and high-level communicators. We provide capacity building programs using the 4C leadership model to help leaders notice their contexts in deep and new ways, building skills in themselves and in their staff.


Developing networks with other 4C schools

4C Transformative Learning have built networks with organisations and schools, to collaboratively create, communicate and critically reflect. These networks connect schools across systems, sectors and stages to share innovative and effective practices. 


Delivering inspiring keynotes

Michael Anderson is an international keynote speaker on the need for transformation in schools. He identifies the conditions that make change in schools a necessity rather than a choice. His keynotes identify the ways that schools need to change to make students ready for the 21st Century. In the recent past he has presented on:

The 4Cs: a radical transformation to make schools relevant again

Combatting Chaos, Complexity and Contradiction with Creativity: how schools can survive postmodern times


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