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Beth is currently the Technologies and Innovation Specialist at Coomera Anglican College, and previously worked with ACARA, and was responsible for the implementation of Australian Curriculum in Digital technologies for the North Queensland cluster of schools. We spoke with Beth earlier in the year about about how we teach technologies well, what i…
 
Last week, the Victorian Government announced a school banking ban over accusations the banks were using inappropriate tactics in the programs. With calls for other states to follow, this week on The Educhange Podcast we're talking about financial literacy. We're joined by Fiona Guthrie, the Chief Executive of Financial Counselling Australia, and w…
 
Tony Vallance is a Learning Specialist at Lilydale High School. Tony is passionate about bridging the gap between theory and practice, and developing learning opportunities rooted in the real world with practical applications. In this episode, we talk to Tony about STEAMWorks - a tech learning space he created at the school. We also hear about Tony…
 
Our guest today is Phil Cummins. Phil an Associate Professor of Education at the University of Tasmania, an integral part of the School for Tomorrow and the managing director of the Circle Education group. The collective conversation this week is: 'Do we spend enough time educating for our students' character?' Charles chats with Phil about charact…
 
Our guest today is Yasodai Selvakumaran. Yaso is a Humanities Teacher and Relieving Head Teacher in Professional Practice at Rooty Hill High School in Sydney’s west. In 2019 Yaso was named as one of the world’s top 10 teachers in the Global Teacher Prize, an award that recognises exceptional teachers who have made outstanding contributions to the t…
 
Today we're joined by Nadeem Memon and Dylan Chown. Both from the University of South Australia, Dylan and Nadeem have been working with how we can value and use the cultures of our students to enhance their learning. In this conversation we as what is Culturally Responsive Pedagogy, and how can we use culture in the classroom.…
 
2020 is the most disruptive year learners have had to endure in decades. Overnight, teachers and students switched to remote education and all of a sudden parents are really key to facilitating learning. In this Educhange podcast mini series, we talk with six experts in keeping learning going. Today, our guest is Shanaj Begum. Shanaj is a mother of…
 
2020 is the most disruptive year learners have had to endure in decades. Overnight, teachers and students switched to remote education and all of a sudden parents are really key to facilitating learning. In this Educhange podcast mini series, we talk with six experts in keeping learning going. Our guest today is Aaron Tait. Aaron is a dad, a milita…
 
2020 is the most disruptive year learners have had to endure in decades. Overnight, teachers and students switched to remote education and all of a sudden parents are really key to facilitating learning. In this Educhange podcast mini series, we talk with six experts in keeping learning going. In this episode, our guests are Russell Cailey, the pri…
 
2020 is the most disruptive year learners have had to endure in decades. Overnight, teachers and students switched to remote education and all of a sudden parents are really key to facilitating learning. In this Educhange podcast mini series, we talk with six experts in keeping learning going. In this episode, our guest is Dave Faulkner, the CEO an…
 
2020 is the most disruptive year learners have had to endure in decades. Overnight, teachers and students switched to remote education and all of a sudden parents are really key to facilitating learning. In this Educhange podcast mini series, we talk with six experts in keeping learning going. In this episode, our guest is Sarah Dohl. Sarah is the …
 
We've partnered with Catholic Education South Australia to bring you this mini series on STEM education. In this episode, we speak with Jon Soong, the CEO and Co-founder of Makers Empire, a company in Adelaide that helps K-8 educators teach Design Thinking, STEM and 21st-century learning skills using 3D printing and 3D design. We chat to Jon about …
 
We’ve partnered with Catholic Education South Australia to bring you this mini series on STEM education. Professor Karen Reynolds is the Dean of the College of Science and Engineering and the Director of The Medical Device Research Institute at Flinders University. Karen is a biomedical engineer and is a leader in the field having been awarded the …
 
We've partnered with Catholic Education South Australia to bring you this mini series on STEM education. Professor Thomas Lowrie is Centenary Professor at the University of Canberra and Director of the STEM Education Research Centre where he leads a team undertaking groundbreaking research in STEM education, using innovative technology to assist ch…
 
We’ve partnered with Catholic Education South Australia to bring you this mini series on STEM education. In this episode, we speak to Flavia Tata Nardini, the CEO and Co-founder of Adelaide-based Fleet Space Technologies, a company on a mission to change Earth from Space through creating a digital nervous system that will connect every single devic…
 
We’ve partnered with Catholic Education South Australia to bring you this mini series on STEM education. Professor Martin Westwell is the Chief Executive of the SACE Board, South Australia’s curriculum and assessment authority. Martin had an illustrious career in the biotechnology industry, in science innovation and in science education. In this ep…
 
Justin Robinson is the inaugural Director of the Institute of Positive Education, based at Geelong Grammar School. He leads a team dedicated to promoting the theory and practice of Positive Education through research and providing training for other educators. In the four years since its launch, the Institute has delivered more than 200 training co…
 
Valerie Campbell-Hogg is the founder and CEO of Silkwood School, a school in the hinterland of the Gold Coast in Australia that approaches learning differently. With a background in business and personal development, and when her two young children were of school age, finding an inspiring educational experience seemed difficult, and so Valerie set …
 
Rob Steffler is the Dean of Studies and Director of The DeLorean Project at Glasshouse Christian College, a P-12 Independent School on the Sunshine Coast. Based on his passion of providing students with explicit opportunities to develop the capabilities and skills they will need to effectively navigate their way through the workforce of the future,…
 
Nicola Bone is the founder of Sound Off Schools, a mindfulness and well-being program currently sweeping through Queensland schools. Based in Brisbane Australia, Sound Off Schools are guiding students through mindfulness practices to help deal with increasing levels of mental health issues in the classroom. Nicola Bone is a gun - she worked both in…
 
Sue Karzis is CEO of State Schools’ Relief in Victoria, Australia. State Schools’ Relief is a not-for-profit organisation that was established to provide financial assistance to students and families in order to promote school attendance and achievement. To date they have supported hundreds of thousands of young Victorian students and their familie…
 
Linnea Garrett is Principal of Chicago Tech Academy High School (Chi-Tech). Under her leadership, Chi-Tech is the only high school in the district implementing whole school project-based learning. During her time at Chi-Tech, Linnea has led and supported the development of a real-world learning program where students understand the connection betwe…
 
Think Global School is a travelling high school where students live in four countries every year, making unforgettable connections between their education and the world around them. In this episode, we talk to Jamie Stekart, Head of School, about the role of project-based, place-based and mastery learning in a constantly changing world. Jamie has b…
 
Joanne McEachen is the Global New Measures Director for New Pedagogies for Deep Learning and has led the development of a system of tools to measure “deep learning”. In this episode we unpack how we can better measure the components of learning we truly value, rather than the learning that is easiest to measure. Joanne is also the CEO and Founder o…
 
In the wake of the Christchurch shooting and the tragedies in Sri Lanka over the Easter long weekend, there is no time like the present to talk about fostering intercultural capabilities, respect and curiosity over fear with our students.Jessica Swann is the Outreach Program Manager at Benevolence Australia, and in this interview we explore the met…
 
Aaron Mabikafola is a passionate and award-winning educator who is on staff at Bethany Christian College, Adelaide, South Australia. With 20 years of experience as a music and classroom teacher, Aaron’s love for story­-telling, the arts and experience as a photographer, graphic designer, film maker, musician, producer and songwriter, continue to be…
 
Dr Glenn Savage is a Senior Lecturer in Education Policy and Sociology of Education at the University of Western Australia. His current research examines the development of national schooling reforms and how policies in systems impact on ideas and practices in schools. He is also a Senior Honorary Fellow in the Melbourne Graduate School of Educatio…
 
Jake Plaskett is an innovative, self-confessed project-based learning evangelist who has been living in Australia since 2013. In his time here he has worked at MLC School in Sydney at a PBL Specialist Teacher, with the Department of Education in NSW, as the Coordinator of Innovation and Learning at Rosebank College, and at the time of interview, wa…
 
Melissa Moore is Deputy Principal at Rototuna Junior High School in Waikato, New Zealand, a state school that is pushing boundaries with integrated learning design. In this episode we explore the development of their integrated learning framework, the importance of Maori culture in informing the design and Rototuna Junior High School's commitment t…
 
Dr. Lindsa McIntyre is currently the inspiring headmaster of the Jeremiah E. Burke High School, located in the heart of the “promise neighborhood” of Boston. As a school leader, she has helped transform the Burke into a positive learning environment of love, becoming the first high school in Massachusetts to exit Turnaround status. In 2011 she was …
 
Laura McBain is the co-director of the K12 Lab at the Stanford University d.school. She is an accomplished educator, having led deeper learning approaches in education through her contributions at High Tech High, a network of 14 schools based in San Diego, California. In this recent conversation with Nicole Dyson at EC18, she shares how educators c…
 
Daniel Flynn is the co-founder of Thankyou. Starting in social entrepreneurship at the ripe old age of 19, he continues to drive Thankyou’s vision to see global poverty eradicated with the goal to help millions of people in need. An ‘ideas man’ through and through, Daniel is a big advocate for living out your dreams. In this recent conversation wit…
 
Brad Milne and Hamish Barclay are Assistant Principals at St Thomas of Canterbury College in New Zealand. They are working to evolve learning approaches for their school by focusing on shifting pedagogy and implementing innovative practice. They share their insights with Maddie Scott-Jones on how gamification and inquiry learning can be used to eng…
 
Jonathon Cook is currently an advanced skills teacher at Austins Ferry Primary School in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Apart from being a 5/6 teacher, he is also in charge of transition, career focused learning and STEM at the school. He’s in the early part of his career having been teacher for 10 years, with experience teaching in the Kimberly regi…
 
Chonny is the Director of Wellbeing at Presbyterian Ladies' College in Perth, Western Australia. In her role, Chonny has been charged with leading the work of the groundbreaking PLC Lighthouse, a $10.5 million health and wellness center for students from pre-kindergarten to Year 12. The Lighthouse is made up of three floors, each with a distinct pu…
 
Professor Adrian Piccoli was the NSW Minister for Education between 2011 and 2017. During these six years, he led significant education reform in NSW and nationally. His advocacy for quality teaching, needs-based funding for schools and improving the performance of rural and remote students see him regarded as one of the best education ministers in…
 
Samaira Mehta is a 10 year old entrepreneur from California in the US. At the age of 7, Samaira invented a coding board game which she has taught over 2000 children to play so far. Samaira has started an initiative to teach coding to underrepresented girls called ‘Girls U Code’, and to recognise her important work has received letters from The Whit…
 
Iain Taylor is the principal of Manurewa Intermediate, a middle school with 850 students outside of Auckland, New Zealand. 45% of students identify as Pasifika and 35% as Maori and today we unpack exactly what Iain and his leadership team did to transform Manurewa Intermediate into one of the best intermediate schools in the country, winning the Pr…
 
Dr. Lindsa McIntyre is currently the inspiring headmaster of the Jeremiah E. Burke High School, located in the heart of the “promise neighborhood” of Boston. As a school leader, she has helped transform the Burke into a positive learning environment of love, becoming the first high school in Massachusetts to exit Turnaround status. In 2011 she was …
 
Jim Watterston is currently the Dean of the Graduate School of Education at the University of Melbourne. He began this role in January after many successful years leading education systems around Australia, including most recently in the role of Director-General of the Queensland Department of Education and Training. He has also led education as Di…
 
Alice was a passionate head of department in a Melbourne school before she shared her love for food and education as a contestant on Season Four of Masterchef. Since then, there has been a children’s cook book, children’s TV series, regular radio appearances and a stint as food editor for The Weekly Review. Alice discusses her insights as an educat…
 
Larry Rosenstock is President, CEO and Founding Principal of High Tech High, a network of thirteen incredible public charter schools K-12 in California. With a remarkable career in education receiving the Ford Foundation Innovations Award, an Ashoka Fellowship, and the McGraw Prize in Education, he has also served as an attorney at the Harvard Cent…
 
Beverley Oliver is the Alfred Deakin Professor and Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Deakin University. A leader in innovative student learning and experience in the higher education sector, she leads the university's drive to premium digital education and is an expert on graduate employability, skills and capabilities, digital credentialing, curriculum re…
 
Cally is a Deputy Principal at Bundaberg State High School up in Queensland, Australia, and the EC team were lucky enough to meet her in 2016 when Cally took part in the Changemaker Program. Cally is an incredibly passionate educator who is particularly focussed on changing the game for kids who are disengaged and sometimes school refusing, and is …
 
Max Stossel is the Head of Content & Storytelling for the Center for Humane Technology, an organization of former tech insiders and CEOs dedicated to realigning technology with humanity's best interests. Before joining CHT, Max was a media strategist, spending more time learning the ins and outs of the facebook algorithm than any human should. He i…
 
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