Recent research into teacher professional learning indicates that small group and one-on-one coaching are important. They improve the quality of each teacher's work in the classroom and the achievement levels of their students. Megan and Gaby have demonstrated that they are able to use their wealth of knowledge and experience from teaching in a variety of settings to support teachers’ professional learning.
— Dr Louise Sutherland, Senior Lecturer, The Sydney School of Education and Social Work, University of Sydney
I really enjoyed this learning opportunity. I gained lots of useful information and strategies. This course made me realise that I am not alone in how I feel as a beginning teacher and there are people to collaborate with and support me.
— Emily, Course Participant
This workshop was relevant, interesting and academically focused. The content was engaging with helpful and authentic scenarios to discuss.
— Reagan, course participant
This is the first professional learning that made me feel energised and keen to implement new ideas, try new things and use new resources. Thank you for making me think critically about why I teach.
— Nick, course participant
This workshop was great. I feel more prepared to walk into my classroom next week. I was feeling overwhelmed but now I have a sense of clarity and direction. I would have loved to work with you both; you are so full of knowledge!
— Rebecca, course participant