Speaker: Professor Janet Clinton
Professor Janet Clinton is Director of the Centre for Program Evaluation (‘CPE’) and Director of the International Teacher Education Effectiveness Research Hub, at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education (‘MGSE’). She is a psychologist and educator with an extensive publication record. Her evaluation experience extends across national and international contexts and includes over 150 different evaluation projects.
Recently, she was the principal evaluator for the Australian Professional Standards for Teaching and currently leads the Visible Classroom initiative and directs the Teacher Capability Assessment Tool project, the evaluation of the Flexible Literacy for Remote Primary Schools program, and leads the development of the Assessment for Graduate Teaching, TPA. She also led the review of effective teachers and teaching for the Australian Commonwealth Department of Education and the review of ‘Promoting Evidence Uptake in Schools’ for the Australian Gonski 2.0 reforms.
‘Becoming system architects’
The presentation will encompass
- leadership and big data
- thinking evaluatively
- architectural understanding
- learning system