For more than 25 years I have been learning the art-science of teaching in Western Australia, and I love to collaborate.
2015 marked my completion of a Master of School Leadership studied part time at the University of Western Australia which focused a passion for understanding change dynamics and curriculum innovation. I currently work as an Education Officer using eLearning to connect.
I have been a literacy coordinator, fiction writer, year 12 coordinator, Middle School team leader, curriculum coordinator, associate Deputy and gifted and talented coordinator.
Which explains the blog title; what we do as teachers is being unlearned and relearned. We are redefining purpose amid a tech-driven paradigm shift. Meanwhile, devolution and accountability are shifting the landscape. Where we’re headed is uncertain.
our roles require tolerance for ambiguity (Fullan, 2001).
Views expressed in this blog are mine, with grateful acknowledgement of those inspiring thinkers, writers, teachers and leaders who, by sharing, ensure that benefits multiply.
Thanks for being here now. Your thoughts and responses are valued – invitation implied!
Fullan, M, (2001). Leading in a culture of change. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.