Ann McIntyre - MLitt, BA, DipT, GDipOLCD, CF, FACE, FACEL
ACEL NSW Branch President
Ann McIntyre is recognised for her work in effective teaching and leadership and school and system improvement.
Ann is an educational researcher and writer who provides powerful professional learning. Ann is an Honorary in Education at the University of Sydney and is the Australian National Researcher for the International Teacher Policy Study with the University of Stanford in California.
As the Director of Professional Learning and Leadership Development in NSW she designed and led evidence informed programs, system innovations and reforms that significantly influenced the work of teachers, leaders and schools.
As Superintendent of Schools and Principal Ann received numerous excellence awards and while Principal received a Quality Assurance Report stating “this school is on the leading edge of best practices in teaching and learning.”
Ann has been awarded; the Churchill Fellowship, the Vincent Fairfax Ethics in Leadership Award, the inaugural Sydney Leadership Award, the inaugural ACE Leadership in Professional Learning Award, the ACEL Patrick Duignan Award for Leadership, the ACEL Scholarship in Educational Leadership and the ACEL Dr Paul Brock Medal. Ann is a national fellow of ACE and a NSW and national fellow of ACEL.
Ann is an international expert member of NSW DOE School Leadership Institute Board, an Editorial Board member of School Leadership and Management Journal, a member of University of Sydney, Teacher Education Advisory Board and a member of the AITSL School Leadership and Teaching Expert Standing Committee.