Tony Townsend




Tony Townsend has worked all over the world from Macau to Mongolia, from Canada to the Czech Republic, from Fiji to France and from Brazil to Belarus. He has been a professor at Monash University in Australia, Florida Atlantic University in the USA and the University of Glasgow. He currently is working part time at the University of Tasmania and part time for Griffith University in Queensland.

He has been President of the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI), and President of the International Council on Education for Teaching (ICET).

He was made a life member of ICSEI in 2011. He has been a visiting professor in Michigan, USA; Pretoria and Durban in South Africa; Saskatoon in Canada; Macau; Malaysia; Brno in the Czech Republic; and Dublin, Republic of Ireland. He has been the Australian Council for Educational Leaders’ Travelling Scholar, has managed 5 major international conferences, and presented or consulted in over 60 countries for Ministries and Departments of Education, for UNESCO, the British Council and the Commonwealth Education Trust.

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One focus of the course is to help you develop strong relationships with families to enable them to support children’s learning. Positive relationships with your students enable you not only to teach them but also to get to know them as individuals. Positive relationships with colleagues and school leaders are necessary to help the school improve.

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