How can we develop in our
children the capacity for
Children should learn to
‘explain what exists’ but they
should also learn to ‘create
what never existed ’.
INNOVATION is driven by-
a commitment to excellence
a continuous improvement
INNOVATION is based on-
Willingness to take risks
Experimenting to test assumptions
Questioning and challenging the status quo
Recognizing opportunity and taking advantage of it
What would happen if we all had the
confidence to try something new?
Our students’ world is ever changing
We can’t stand still.
What students want?
An education that meets their individual
Opportunities that connect them to what is
happening around the globe.
Teachers to be innovative.
Learning environments which are more
exciting, challenging and rewarding.
Students’ world is borderless that offers them
limitless connection, data and mobility.
They access knowledge whenever they want
and participate in dialogues globally.
They want Education that is compatible and
support their world view and their strong bond
with communication technology.
We need a bigger ambition
than improving education.
What if school wasn’t preparation for real
What if school was real life?
• Success of innovative projects in
schools is directly proportional to strong
• We as leaders must align
organization’s culture, capability and
is flexible in being open to new ideas.
is prepared to allow distributed leadership.
builds trust and gives confidence to staff
members who are trying new practices.
ensures any risks associated with changes to
practice are identified, managed and minimised.
is prepared to commit resources.
must align organisation’s culture,capability
If a teacher really believes in what they
want to do (innovate) and you know
they have the passion, capabilities and
skills support them 100% because they
will make it work.
Be prepared to give staff the
time required to plan and
facilitate change and
Lets give opportunity to the teachers and
students to –