We are kindly remind you that the Educational Forum “Leadership in Lithuanian Schools: at the Crossroads of Traditional and Critical Approaches” will take place on 27 April 2023, 3.00-5.00 p.m.
We are kindly invite researchers, doctoral students, analysts, managers and teachers of educational institutions, representatives of municipal education departments and regional teacher education centers, representatives of non-formal education institutions, everyone who is concerned with the issue of educational leadership to participate.
|27 th of April, 2023
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YgoMta1PXAc (live broadcast)
|dr. Lina Bairašauskienė, lecturer at Mykolas Romeris University, director of Vilnius Maironis pro-gymnasium, Chairp of the Education and Leadership Network of the Lithuanian Educational Research Association
dr. Eglė Pranckūnienė, Head of the School Improvement Center, researcher at Klaipėda University, vice president of the Lithuanian Educational Research Association
|Introduction of new research on leadership
|CURRENT FUTURE DIRECTIONS OF TEACHER LEADERSHIP: ACCELERATED USE OF TECHNOLOGY, DECREASED STUDENT ATTENTION, AND HOLISTIC TEACHER DEVELOPMENT
Prof. habilitated dr. Vilma Žydžiūnaitė, Educational Research Institute, Academy of Education, Vytautas the Great Universit
|IMPLEMENTING SHARED LEADERSHIP IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
Dr. Dalia Dambrauskienė, Director of Šiauliai Centre Primary School
|THE ROLE OF TRIGGERS IN LEARNING LEADERSHIP COMPETENCES
PhD student Rytis Komičius, ISM University of Management and Economics, Director of Vilnius Vytautas Magnus Gymnasium
|Participants: Prof. hab. dr. Vilma Žydžiūnaitė, dr. Dalia Dambrauskienė, Phd student Rytis Komičius, Audronė Razmantienė (Ministry of Education, Science and Sport), dr. Loreta Kačiušytė-Skramtai (MSP), leadership expert doc. dr. Gintautas Cibulskas (KTU).
|Summary of the Forum. Prof. Dr. Jolanta Urbanovič, Advisor to the President of the Republic of Lithuania and moderator of the event, Dr. Lina Bairašauskienė, Dr. Eglė Pranckūnienė.
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During the Forum, videos and/or photographs will be taken and information will be published on LERA, Ministry of Educaton, Science, and Sport, School Improvement Centre channels.
About key-note speakers
Prof. dr. Vilma Žydžiūnaitė is a professor at Vytautas Magnus University, a beginner in the academic promotion of qualitative research methodology, the International Summer School on Grounded Theory and qualitative research in Lithuania. She holds 2 Master’s degrees in Education (VMU) and Nursing (Karlskrona Technical Institute, Sweden) and 2 Doctoral degrees in Education (KTU) and Nursing (Tampere University, Finland). Head of the School of Social Researcher, she has conducted more than 150 original methodological seminars for scientists, doctoral students, researchers, educators, nurses in Lithuania and internationally. She has won awards for the highest level of scientific production, best scientific presentations at scientific events abroad. Her research interests include educational management and leadership, higher education, professional identity, professional philosophy and values, qualitative research methodology.
Dr. Dalia Dambrauskienė – Director of Šiauliai Centre Primary School, Member of the Council of the Lithuanian Association of Heads of Preschool Education Institutions, Head of the Šiauliai City Municipality Educational Institutions (25 years of managerial experience), assessor of the Šiauliai City Municipality Educational Centre’s Qualification Improvement Programmes, developer of Qualification Improvement Programmes, and lecturer.
Dalia has two Master’s degrees: in Education from Šiauliai University and in Management (Educational Leadership Programme) from ISM University of Management and Economics.
In 2021 she will defend her dissertation in the field of management in social sciences at VU Šiauliai Academy.
Research area – leadership and change management.
Rytis Komičius is a doctoral student at the ISM University of Management and Economics, director of Vytautas Magnus Gymnasium in Vilnius, initiator and participant of national and international educational projects and conferences, external evaluator of schools, lecturer and organizer of teacher training seminars. Rytis has obtained four master’s degrees: humanities at LCC International University, business and management at Lithuanian University of Education, social work at Vilnius University, educational leadership at ISM University of Management and Economics. The field of interdisciplinary research (management, educology, psychology) – training and payback: processes of overcoming past thinking by acquiring new leadership competencies: emotional (EQ), intellectual (IQ) and managerial (MQ).
Participants of the discussion and moderators
Advisor of the Pedagogical Department of Ministry of Education, Science, and Sport.
KTU assoc. prof. Gintautas Cibulskas
Leadership expert in education, sports and other fields
Dr. Loreta Kačiusytė-Skramtai
Education expert of Millennium Schools Program, external evaluator of schools
Prof. Dr. Jolanta Urbanovič
Advisor to the President of the Republic of Lithuania, researcher in leadership and management
dr. Lina Bairašauskienė
Lecturer at Mykolas Romeris University, director of Vilnius Maironis pro-gymnasium, chair of the Education and Leadership Network of the Lithuanian Educational Research Association
Dr. Eglė Pranckūnienė
Head of the School Improvement Center, researcher at Klaipėda University, vice president of the Lithuanian Educational Research Association