Sherryl is Secretary of the Australian Federation of Modern Language Teachers Associations. She has taught languages to students across primary and secondary schools, been a curriculum officer for languages, an Assistant Principal in a P-12 school and has lectured pre-service teachers in languages. Sherryl is passionate about the work of teachers and has a particular interest in the role that professional standards have in guiding the work of teachers. Click here to send an email to Sherryl.
Will Morony is currently CEO of AAMT. He came to the role in 1997 after a career as a teacher and mathematics officer in the curriculum section of the South Australian education department. In his work with the AAMT, Will has taken a leadership role in all aspects of the Association’s work to represent and support the Association’s members including policy and curriculum development, professional learning, progressing the numeracy agenda and teacher professional standards.
Click here to send an email to Will.
Cathy Crook is Canberra-based and on the Board of the Australian Council for Computers in Education (ACCE). Cathy has a solid background both as a teacher and school leader practitioner and has been involved in HR policy program management. She has represented the ACT Education Directorate on education reform, professional standards, resource development, teacher quality, recruitment strategies and staffing structures.
Click here to send an email to Cathy.
Libby Tudball is the President of the Social and Citizenship Education Association of Australia (SCEAA) and is Director of Undergraduate Programs in the Faculty of Education at Monash University. She leads curriculum design and the development of practice for initial teacher education undergraduate programs including the implementation of Civics and Citizenship and education for sustainability across all courses.
Robyn is currently Associate Professor of Literacy Education at ACU National, Strathfield campus. Robyn is well known for her commitment to the development of a strong professional knowledge base in initial teacher education and remains dedicated to bringing accessible educational research and theory to teacher education students. Robyn’s interest also lies in teacher professional development.
Melyssa Fuqua represents the Society for the Provision of Education in Rural Australia (SPERA) and is a teaching associate at Monash University and the University of Melbourne. Her primary research focus and work is in rural education with further interest in school leadership, student transitions, and developing/maintaining school-community relationships.