Summary: Doing research across Australia, New Zealand, and Israel.
I want to re-imagine and redesign organised learning as we know it (i.e. education systems). I am increasingly passionate about working with school and system leaders to challenge the status quo, inspire fresh thinking and leverage new solutions in order to radically improve learning. My PhD research focuses on the role international comparisons of school system performance can play for policy makers who are seeking to improve their country's performance. I have spent 3 months at the OECD in Paris as part of the PISA team and am now interviewing policy makers across five countries. I am also leading a network of emerging educational leaders across Australia and New Zealand who are seeking to develop innovative solutions to local learning challenges.