Leading for Social Justice - PDD1066

In modern, complex communities schools play an important role in shaping social responses to a variety of ‘wicked problems’ that transcend institutions and influence our communities.

In this course you will explore a variety of ‘wicked problems’ through a social justice lens with the goal of making a difference. You will deepen your understanding of social justice theories, frameworks and practices of leading that can support your work in schools to make a difference in your communities. This will include exploring the ways that educational settings acknowledge or confront issues of diversity and difference, and as a leader you can shape transformative responses.

Fees

Please contact us for further information on course fees.

Things you will learn

  • To consider the historical, contextual and political influences on social justice in schools and communities
  • The place of education in examining and responding to issues of social justice
  • How to encourage discussions that explore diversity and difference in your settings
  • How to draw on innovative and reflexive practices that identify and 
    respond to complex social issues

Assessment

There is no assessment associated with this course.

Prerequisites

This course is designed for current or aspiring leaders in educational settings including schools, early years, vocational and higher education organisations.

Recognition

This program references the following Australian Professional Standards for Teachers (APST): 1, 4 and 6. This program meets the standards at the Highly Accomplished or Lead level.

You will receive a Certificate of Completion from the Faculty of Education, Monash University.