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.