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Monash University

  • 43% international / 57% domestic

Leading for Social Justice

  • Non-Award

In modern, complex communities schools play an important role in shaping social responses to a variety of 'wicked problems' that transcend institutions and influence our communities.

Key details

Degree Type
Non-Award
Duration
4 weeks full-time
Course Code
PDD1066
Intake Months
Sep
Domestic Fees
$486 total

About this course

In modern, complex communities schools play an important role in shaping social responses to a variety of 'wicked problems' that transcend institutions and influence our communities.

In this course you will explore a variety of 'wicked problems' through a social justice lens with the goal of making a difference. You will deepen your understanding of social justice theories, frameworks and practices of leading that can support your work in schools to make a difference in your communities. This will include exploring the ways that educational settings acknowledge or confront issues of diversity and difference, and as a leader you can shape transformative responses.