Conference Proceeding: Positive Psychology Abstracts from the Middle East School Leaders Conference (MESLC)

Leisa Grace Wilson

Abstract


The Middle East School Leadership Conference (MESLC2019) brings together middle and senior leaders from K-12 schools across the Middle East region and beyond. The MESLC is designed to offer school leaders a unique opportunity to come together to find practical solutions to the issues they face and learn from each other. The event focuses heavily on the sharing of good practice in school leadership and allows school leaders to network and grow. Our aim through this event is to form a strong network of school leaders, who will work collaboratively on improving education for all students. Every school has a story and it is only by sharing these stories, including the challenges, mistakes, lessons, and rewards that we learn from each other and achieve a state of educational and institutional excellence.


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positive education

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