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  1. James Anderson

    James Anderson is a speaker, author and educational leader. He is passionate about supportng schools to equip students to thrive in an increasingly changing and complex world. As a speaker, he regularly speaks at conferences around Australia and overseas. He is a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP). As an author, he has published Succeeding with Habits of Mind and The Agile Learner, as well as numerous e-books. He has published with Art Costa and Bena Kallick Learning and Leading with Habits of Mind and Habits of Mind Across the Curriculum. His regular blogs are also read by thousands of educators around the world. James is certified by Mindset Works as a Growth Mindset trainer and is an affiliate director of the Institute for Habits of Mind.

     

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  2. Anna Bennett

    Anna Bennett is a training associate with Hawker Brownlow Education. Anna works with educators, school communities and education systems to build their capacity for planning and implementing effective learning and teaching practices from K–12.

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  3. Adrian Bertolini

    Dr Adrian Bertolini is the Founder and Director of Learning of Intuyu Consulting - an educational consultancy that works with teachers and schools to unleash learning. His journey began as a curious kid growing up in Dandenong and led him to being an engineer and Senior Lecturer in Aerospace Engineering at RMIT University.

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  4. Steve Boyle

    Steve Boyle is a training associate with Hawker Brownlow Education. He works with leadership teams, whole-school communities and individual professional learning teams. Steve comes from a strong background in educational leadership at both an individual school and a systems level.

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  5. Julie Canham

    Julie Canham is the principal of Shailer Park State School in Queensland. Over the past 20 years, she has served as a teacher, literacy coach, regional school improvement officer, deputy principal and principal.

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  6. Joanne Casey

    Joanne Casey is an educator with 30 years of experience working across three sectors) of education (Catholic, Independent and Government). She is a teacher of Primary, Secondary and Tertiary contexts and is an experienced presenter with a passion teaching and learning.

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  7. Janelle Dickman

    Janelle has been Deputy Principal at Helensvale State High School for the last five years. Her current portfolio focuses on Professional Learning, an area in which she is deeply passionate about. Ongoing, meaningful “Learning for All” is at the heart of best practice and can take flight within a rich culture of collaboration and true commitment to student success at high levels.

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  8. Selena Fisk

    Selena Fisk, EdD, has 15 years teaching experience in both state and private schools in Queensland, Australia, and in comprehensive schools in South London, England. She earned her Doctor of Education degree from the Queensland University of Technology in 2017 and has held a range of leadership roles in her career, including learning area-specific leadership and whole-school curriculum and pedagogy. In 2017, Selena started her data consultancy practice, Aasha for Schools, to help teachers and school leaders see the inherent good that data can bring, as well as the benefits of using data to develop thriving learning communities.

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  9. Gavin Grift

    With experience as a teacher, assistant principal and educational coach, Gavin Grift's passion, commitment and style have made him an in-demand presenter of keynotes, seminars and in-school support days. As a speaker, Gavin connects with national and international audiences on topics ranging from Cognitive Coaching and quality teacher practice to professional learning communities (PLCs) and learning-centred leadership.

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  10. Kathleen Herbert

    Kathleen Herbert has been a professional educator since 1975. Her specialties include curriculum development with a focus on social competencies, adult education and alternative learning opportunities. As a Hawker Brownlow Professional Learning Solutions (HBPLS) training associate, Kath brings her 30 years of experience in teaching to Dr Ruby Payne's Framework for Understanding Poverty initiative.

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  11. Cath Hogan

    Cath Hogan is an experienced teacher and consultant with a background in primary, secondary, special and gifted education. Her consultancy work involves professional learning communities (PLCs), 21st-century thinking skills and curriculum design. Cath is well known for her ability to convert academic theory into practice through professional learning, coaching, mentoring and curriculum development.

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  12. Nansi Kunze

    Nansi Kunze began her teaching career in 1997, after receiving a Graduate Diploma in Education, a Bachelor's Degree in German and Classics and an Honours Degree in German from the University of Adelaide. Over the last two decades, she has taught students aged 5 to 85 a wide range of skills, from how to mummify each other in foil and toilet paper to the advanced use of Australian slang. She is the author of several novels for teenagers and has twice won the FAW Mary Grant Bruce Award for children's literature. A lifelong explorer and fan of our planet, she's been involved with LandCare, school-based upcycling projects and the promotion of sustainable food and cooking. Nansi shares a hillside property in Victoria with her husband and son, two cats and a thriving society of wild wombats.

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