Advisory Board & Program Commitee

The preparation of the program is supported by national and international experts in the fields of research, education administration, support systems, education practice and the third sector. They support the conference management on various issues: Conference theme, Concept of the program, Review of proposals, Support of speakers before and during the conference, Moderation, Documentary (publications and information available on this website).

  • von Ackeren, Prof. Dr. Isabell, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
  • Ainscow, Prof. Dr. Mel, University of Manchester, England
  • Altrichter, Prof. Dr. Herbert, University of Linz, Austria
  • Amstad, Heinz, Departement of bridging program of the Canton Zug, Switzerland
  • Baer, Dr. Michael, Foundation of German Business
  • Baumann, Peter, Association of School Leadership Switzerland
  • Baumgartner, Martin, Schwiss Center of Further Education
  • Bolli-Schaffner, Prof. Ursula, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland
  • Brühlmann, Jürg, Association of Teachers Switzerland
  • Buschor, Prof. em. Dr. Ernst, Forum Education, Switzerland
  • Etienne, Prof. Dr. Alexandre, Swiss Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training
  • Felix, Nadine, Foundation Mercator Switzerland
  • Gertsch, Bernhard, Association of School Leadership Switzerland
  • Giuliani, Sandro, Jacobs Foundation, Switzerland
  • Hader-Popp, Sigrid, Gymnasium Herzogenaurach, Germany
  • Halbert, Dr. Judy, Vancouver Island University, Canada
  • Hameyer, Prof. em. Dr. Uwe, University of Kiel, Germany
  • Hansen, Dr. Hanja, University of Teacher Education Schaffhausen, Switzerland
  • Hardmeier, Susanne, Swiss Conference of Cantonal Ministers of Education
  • Heimler, Micha, School Beckenried, Switzerland
  • Herzog, Prof. Dr. Silvio, Schwyz University of Teacher Education, Switzerland
  • Huber, Prof. Dr. Stephan Gerhard, University of Teacher Education Zug, Switzerland
  • Huber, Ursula, profilQ – Professionalization through Quality Development in Schools (an Initiative of the LCH and the VSLCH)
  • Hug, Prof. Margot, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland
  • Iberer, Dr. Ulrich, Ludwigsburg University of Education, Germany
  • von Ilsemann, Cornelia, Free Hanseatic City of Bremen (retd.), Germany

 

  • Kansteiner, Prof. Dr. Katja, University of Education Weingarten, Germany
  • Kaser, Dr. Linda, Vancouver Island University, Canada
  • Koch, Frido, School Wädenswil, Switzerland
  • Kohlstock, Barbara, Zurich University of Teacher Education, Switzerland
  • Konstantinidis, Elena, Association of open Services of Child and Youth Work Switzerland
  • Kruythof, Prof. Peter, Thurgau University of Teacher Education, Network School Leadership, Switzerland
  • Kuratle, Regina, Departement of Education of the Canton Basel-Stadt, Switzerland
  • Marti, Urs, Youth and Economy, Switzerland
  • Moos, Prof. Lejf, Aarhus University, Denmark
  • Muijs, Prof. Dr. Daniel, University of Southampton, England
  • Oberneder, Josef, University of Education Upper Austria
  • Obrist, Mirjam, Departement Education, Culture and Sport of the Canton Aargau, Switzerland
  • Pfister, Monika, Elementary School Education of the Canton Lucerne, Network of Lucerne Schools, Switzerland
  • Rhyn, Prof. Dr. Heinz, University of Teacher Education Bern, Switzerland
  • Rolff, Prof. em. Dr. Hans-Günter, TU Dortmund University, Germany
  • Sassenscheidt, Dr. Hajo, Institute of Teacher Training Hamburg (retd.), Germany
  • Schmid, Max, Secundary School Thalwil, Switzerland
  • Steiner, Nicole, School Ettiswil, Switzerland
  • Weber, Agnes, CAS Educational Governance, Switzerland
  • West, Prof. Dr. Mel, University of Manchester, England
  • Wolters-Vogeler, Gudrun, Association of School Leadership Germany
  • Zemp, Beat W., Association of Teachers Switzerland