Learning from one another is the greatest opportunity we have to provide all children
with a great school they deserve.
To rush educational reform
is to ruin it.
Sydney Opera House Pasi Sahlberg Conversation project is an annual 3-part series of essential talks and discussions about the Australian education and how it could be improved. I have been privileged to host amazing guests during past two years, including Eddie Woo, Chris Sarra, Sarah Donnelley and Sharon Goldfeld. All these conversations are recorded and slightly edited so that they fit to be shared with those who attended and especially help people who wished they were there to have an idea what was discussed. Here are the 2022 Sydney Opera House Conversations and links to the recorded podcasts (in Spotify): “The Gonski Review – Ten Years After” with David Gonski, Denise…Read more
Achieving equity in education has long been a key aspect of the national education policies and goals for schooling. Most recently it is one of the key goals in the
This year Australia acknowledge an anniversary of a rare opportunity to truly transform education as we have had it. Ten years have passed since the landmark
We have tried almost everything to make our schools better for all kids. More this and little bit less that. We have change the order of curriculum delivery and asked kids to try harder. And, yes, we think more data and tougher sanctions when these…
I was just about to pass my third year as a resident in Australia when I sent my manuscript to the Griffith Review. It was an essay, my manifesto, about experiences and lessons learned during those three years as an educator, parent of school-age…