Kirsty Watts is the Academic Dean of Technology & eLearning at Kilvington Grammar School in Melbourne and has been working at Kilvington Grammar school since 2010.
Kirsty teaches Digital Technologies and holds a Bachelor's degree in both Science, with a Major in Mathematical Modelling and Secondary Teaching. Kirsty also holds a Masters of Information and Communication Technology in Education and is currently completing a Masters of Education (Digital Technologies).
With experience in E-Learning, K-12 Education, Educational Technology, Instructional Design, and Curriculum Development, Kirsty’s focus is on integrating technology into all levels of education. Her work includes the implementation of Schoolbox as a Learning Management System in recent years as well as Microsoft Teams for remote learning.
She is also actively involved as a Volunteer Program Manager with Go Girl, Go for IT a program run by the Victorian ICT for Women network, an industry-driven initiative that aims to support and enable entry, retention and progression for women working in ICT.