Emily approaches PDHPE with passion and innovation. She implements evidence based teacher professional learning, establishes quality professional networks and leads teacher reflections to improve student and staff outcomes. Her curriculum interests lie in creating signature pedagogies, where students have agency to lead their own learning and develop into lifelong learners, equipped to flourish in an ever changing world. Emily is a leader of flexible learning space design and creating physical learning environments that encourage movement in the classroom. She is currently studying a PhD at the University of Newcastle, investigating the unique impact of variety on adolescence autonomous motivation in physical education. She also works closely with the university sector to support the implementation of quality pre-service teacher education. Emily has been featured in the Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The Education, Education Matters and on Channel 7 and SBS for her innovative approach to teaching PDHPE.