Speakers

  • To find out more about some of the programmes listed here, click on the trailer in the carousel above.
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    Andy Hargreaves

    Thomas More Brennan Chair in Education at Boston College, USA.  Andy presents The Fourth Way: The inspiring future for educational change.

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    Sir John Jones

    International presenter who was knighted in 2003 for his services to education.  John presents four programmes: The Future is Not What it Was; The Magic-Weaving Business; Courageous Leadership and Back to the Future.

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    Alma Harris

    Professor and Pro-Director for Leadership at Institute of Education, London. Alma presents two programmes: Distributed Leadership and Professional Learning Communities.

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    Dean Fink

    Independent educational development consultant; former headteacher and superintendent in Ontario. Leadership for Mortals.

Welcome to Loqui.tv

Loqui.tv is an online professional learning resource that helps schools raise students' achievement. Our presenters inspire teachers and school leaders to improve learning and teaching. Loqui professional learning programmes encourage teachers to share ideas and learn together, within schools and between schools.

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