Dr Jane Hunter | Senior Lecturer
University of Technology Sydney | Australia

Dr Jane Hunter, Senior Lecturer, University of Technology Sydney

Leading Australian researcher in school education, innovative pedagogue and designer of the High Possibility Classrooms framework for technology enhanced learning in K-12 settings.

Dr Jane Hunter is an education researcher, mentor and teacher educator in the School of Education, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences at the University of Technology Sydney. She is conducting a series of STEM and STEAM studies in Australian schools; in this work she leads principals, teachers, students and communities to better understand and support education change. Her book Technology Integration and High Possibility Classrooms: Building from TPACK is advancing new ways of enacting pedagogy in K-12 schools. Jane was a classroom teacher, a head teacher in secondary schools and throughout her education career she has received national and international teaching awards for outstanding contributions to student learning. She enjoys writing and her research-based presentations at national and international conferences challenge audiences to consider alternate education possibilities. You can follow Dr Hunter on Twitter @janehunter01 and via her blog on the High Possibility Classrooms website.


Day 2 @ 12:30

Teaching high possibility schools in Australia

  • Understand how Australian schools are using the High Possibility Classrooms framework to build teacher capacity and confidence in digital literacy
  • Learn how the framework transforms classroom practices in key curriculum areas
  • Challenge your staff to form teams of HPC coaches to activate and maximise student learning

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