Meetup 2022

EdLeaders are joining the Schoolbox Meetup

We are incredibly excited to announce that Luke Callier and Mathew Irving from the Edleaders Podcast are joining the Schoolbox Meetup. 

The Edleaders podcast was founded around the idea that you rarely hear real discussions of what K-12 school leadership actually entails, and it’s seldom found in social media streams or in ongoing professional learning. Luke and Mathew wanted to create a space to interview Edleaders about their lived experiences, so they may impart their wisdom and expertise, and pay it forward to the next generation of school leaders. 

The Edleaders podcast explores leadership, strategy, culture, and the business of K-12 education as we interview school leaders from across the globe. Each interview makes for an interesting, fun, and thought-provoking setting to learn how we can all be better school leaders. 

Mathew and Luke will not only record their podcast live in our Teaching and Learning stream, they will also be facilitating a leadership roundtable in the Leadership Stream on Day 2. 

Check out the Edleaders podcasts here – we love them!

Luke Callier

The Director of Digital Transformation and Innovation at Wesley College, Perth, Luke has a unique background that spans the corporate, not-for-profit, and education sectors. He is also a co-host of the EdLeaders podcast.
Luke utilises the breadth of his experience to bring a unique perspective in his work within schools and education to redefine the experience for students, teachers, and parents

Mathew Irving

Beyond being the Deputy Head (Academics & Strategy) at Wesley College, Perth, Mathew is an educational leader and consultant who also co-hosts the EdLeaders podcast. 
With close to 20 years of experience in school leadership in both Australia and the UK, Mathew has served on both national and state-based education bodies and was also a national adviser for the Australian Curriculum.

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