Meet your keynotes for QTiP23
Laureate Professor Jenny Gore
Laureate Professor Jenny Gore is Director of the Teachers and Teaching Research Centre and Founder of the QT Academy. Following a short stint as a physical education teacher, Jenny’s 30+ year academic career has centred on quality and equity including research on reform in teacher education, pedagogical change, and professional development. With more than 100 book chapters and journal articles, she has had profound impact across academic, policy and professional spheres. Jenny remains steadfastly focused on improving schooling for teachers and students.
Nathan is a proud Wiradjuri man from Wellington in NSW and an education leader. He holds a Bachelor of Teaching and a Bachelor of Health and Physical Education from The University of Newcastle.
He was Principal of Newcastle High School for four years before joining the University of Newcastle as Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous, Strategy and Leadership. Nathan leads the University’s Indigenous Education Framework and connects with community groups outside the organisation.
Nathan has a passion for innovation and change and has actively encouraged student-directed, passion-based and entrepreneurial learning. His approach to engaging and working with communities is integral for the University to better connect with our regions.
And much more to be announced…
Tell your school's story at QTiP23
2023 marks 20 years since the Quality Teaching Model was released. To celebrate this impressive milestone, we will be showcasing highlights from teachers and schools of their engagement with the Model or Quality Teaching Rounds.
Presentations can cover a range of topics and we have a step-by-step guide to submitting a presentation proposal.