In my previous post, I featured the first 11 educators who made my 22 Australian Educators to follow in 2022 list. Here are the next 11 Australian educators to follow in 2022 with a bonus list at the end!
Le Lievre, Steph (@StephLeLievre_ – thespeechieteach.wordpress.com/): Currently, Stephanie is a Deputy Principal and is also a former Speech Pathologist. She is another big supporter of the Science of Reading (SoR) movement having provided numerous resources and webinars.
- Revamping learning logs (with downloadable and adaptable template)
- 3 things I’ve learnt from ‘Running the Room’
McLean, Emina (@EminaMcLean – eminamclean.com/): I had to copy this directly from Emina’s blog because it’s hard to believe someone can perform so many roles at once – “She is a researcher, lecturer, primary school English and Literacy leader, and doctoral student, researching the reading and writing skills of university students.” Through her blogs and webinars, Emina has provided some excellent practical tips on implementing a knowledge-rich curriculum and evidence-informed reading instruction.
- Designing an ambitious and rigorous primary English curriculum
- Working the clock and “the literacy block”
Ryrie Jones, Bron (@BronRyrieJones – bronwynryriejones.com): Having recently co-authored Teaching Sprints with Simon Breakspear, Bronwyn continues to work with teachers in developing their teaching practice.
Seamer, Jocelyn (@jseamer30 – jocelynseamereducation.com): A former classroom teacher and school leader, Jocelyn is an enthusiastic educational consultant on a mission to improve early literacy development for as many children as possible.
Smith, Reid (@Smithre5 – notquitetabularasa.wordpress.com): Reid is primary teacher, school leader and PhD candidate who has been kind with sharing his knowledge on curriculum, assessment and instruction. He is also the Co-CEO of of the recently launched Ochre Education.
- Reid Smith – Building a Coherent Curriculum
- The First Year – Some things I have learned about implementing a phonics program (Part 1)
Staines, Jessica (kooricurriculum.com/): Jessica is a Wiradjuri woman who runs Koori Curriculum. She has been passionate about supporting teachers to properly embed Aboriginal perspectives into the curriculum. She also has a podcast – Educator Yarns with Jessica Staines
- What Educators Should Consider Before Sharing Aboriginal Dreaming Stories
- Top Tips For Creating A Bush Tucker Garden
- Podcast episode – Andrea Stringer: Why professional learning must be personalised and how to bridge the gap between practice and educational research
- The Doctoral Journey
Swain, Nathaniel (@NathanielRSwain – https://www.nathanielswain.com/): Nathaniel is another one of those people who seems to have more hours in the day than the rest of us! A teacher, Instructional Coach, researcher and writer – Nathaniel also founded Think Forward Educators.
- Pairing your students to start the year
- Literacy for secondary students on the margins: Pamela Snow and Nathaniel Swain
Vigors, Alice (@alice_vigors – thinkingpathwayz.weebly.com): A NSW DoE Assistant Principal and Co-host of the Teacher Takeaway Podcast alongside James Gray, Aaron Johnston and the next name on this list – Bec West. Alice also runs a website detailing how she has incorporated visible thinking routines into her classroom.
Aussie Educators making a splash internationally
There are some pretty prominent names that I have left off my, “22 Australian Educators to follow in 2022” list and that was due to the fact that I couldn’t really do them justice with describing their impact on Australian (and international) education in a couple of sentences. If you don’t know any of these people yet, I advise you to check out the impact that they have been having on education around the world.
- Hattie, John (visible-learning.org/)