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What do you think allows for exceptional learning?

Started Oct 20, 2011 0 Replies

I'm in the midst of writing about about the thinking that allows for / creates a learning environment that empowers students to be exceptional. My belief is that every student can be exceptional in…Continue


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My background is eclectic. I began life as an engineer, obtaining 3 degrees including a PhD in Mechanical Engineering before teaching Aerospace Engineering at RMIT University for 5 years. It was during this time I became interested in educational pedagogy and I forwarded the redesigned of the Aerospace Engineering degree to meet the needs of the 21st century. I have spent time in the USA involved in micro-satellite student programs and corporate leaders programs at Arizona State University. I have also volunteered and led transformational educational programs at Landmark Education for 10 years impacting the lives of thousands of communities around the world.

Currently, I lead a group of highly trained educators that provides leading-edge learning and training for teachers, schools, businesses and young people. We seek out the educational leaders who have practical and real experience as educators to provide approaches, processes and thinking that inspires and ignites learning for people.

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A Framework for Developing Teachers Part I

Posted on February 22, 2019 at 2:16pm 0 Comments

When the Victorian Department of Education released the Framework for Improving Student Outcomes in 2015 I rejoiced - especially the initiative on “Building Leadership Teams”. This initiative was defined as:

“Effective schools…


Improving Performance - Transforming the Narrative

Posted on April 4, 2017 at 4:16pm 0 Comments

Is your school’s narrative leading to the practices, structures and the results you want?

The Research on What Works

By now we have no doubt that you and your school’s practices would have influenced by John Hattie’s synthesis and analysis of what works (and what doesn’t) in educational research. His intent was solely to provide some basis for teachers, schools and…


Assessment and Processes to Develop Active Learning: Part I

Posted on May 21, 2014 at 8:59pm 0 Comments

How do we know that a learner has learnt something?

Is it from one off tests? Is it from their performance in rich learning tasks? Is it from reflection at the end of term as you do your reports? Is it from keep a track of what your students submit?

How do YOU measure if learning has occurred?

In most school systems reporting processes require…


Bringing Parents into the Learning Partnership

Posted on February 10, 2014 at 9:05pm 1 Comment

A student’s performance is mostly impacted by three communities

  1. The School Learning Environment
  2. The Student’s Peer Community and their own beliefs about learning
  3. The Parental / Family Community

Schools tend to spend most of their time, money and energy working on the School-Student leg. Most of the professional development done in…


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