Matthew Robertson | Head of Professional Learning
Knox Grammar Schol

Matthew Robertson, Head of Professional Learning, Knox Grammar Schol

Matthew has more than 25 years teaching experience in Catholic and Independent secondary schools in Sydney. His interests include professional learning, curriculum and assessment. He has presented papers at conferences for the Association of Independent Schools of NSW, Economics and Business Educators of NSW and ACER. He has convened the NSW CSSA Trial for the Higher School Certificate Business Studies Paper from 2010–2012 and has also been a member of exam committees with NESA. He has a Masters of Commerce from Western Sydney University and a Masters in Education from Macquarie University.

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Day 2 @ 10:15

Collaborative Professionalism

Research demonstrates that teachers can transform their pedagogical practice, deepen their subject knowledge and improve student performance when they learn together through continuous collaborative inquiry and constructive feedback. Moreover, teachers were more motivated to embrace change when they provided with opportunities to collaborate. At Knox, we have implemented a holistic approach to collaboration from professional learning to instigating new initiatives. Our teachers collaborate in Research and Learning teams working together to analyse the data, implement initiatives and evaluate the impact on student learning.
last published: 04/Aug/21 10:15 GMT
last published: 04/Aug/21 10:15 GMT
last published: 04/Aug/21 10:15 GMT

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