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Paul Bloomberg and Paul Martuccio will be engaging in conversation on effective implementations strategies to increase impact.

About this Event

Dr Paul Bloomberg

Chief Learning Officer and Founder

Dr Paul Bloomberg is the founder and Chief Learning Officer for The Core Collaborative, a learning network that specialises in student-centred approaches to learning. Paul is the co-author of the best-selling book, Leading Impact Teams: Building a Culture of Efficacy, published by Corwin Press. He is also a national Author Consultant for Corwin Professional Learning and is a North American Visible Learning consultant for John Hattie. In addition, Paul serves on the advisory board for Spiire, a network made up of individuals, coaches and thought leaders committed to growing the potential of the LGBTQI community.

Prior to founding The Core Collaborative, he was the former director of TIDES (Transformative Inquiry Design for Effective Schools & Systems), a nonprofit in San Diego focusing on inquiry-based learning. Paul is a former principal and instructional leader and has directly supported multiple successful school turn-around and school innovation efforts nationally. Paul also served as a Distinguished Professional Development Associate for the Leadership & Learning Center, founded by Douglas Reeves.

Paul’s passion is partnering with professional learning teams and systems in an effort to empower ALL students to take ownership of their learning. He is deeply committed to enhancing student success and believes that we all share in the responsibility for equity and diversity. Paul resides in Palm Springs with his husband Tony and his two sons, Alex and Taylor.

Paul will be joined in this conversation by Paul Martuccio who is a school principal in New York City whose school has been successfully implementing the approaches outlined in Leading Impact Teams and will add his experience of the value this work has added to his teachers and students.

This event is for school and system leaders.

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