For more than three decades I have worked in education and development. Commencing as a primary school teacher, I then moved into leading community development programs, school system administration and growing a school-based innovation centre in Sydney.
Completing PhD at The University of Melbourne. The focus of my study is to understand how to successfully support teacher transformation from solo classroom to shared innovative learning environment.
For the last 15 years I have worked directly with schools, systems, principals, teachers, school boards and architects, facilitating innovation and change through:
- Focus groups
- Report writing
- MC for events
- Professional travel
2018 – 2019 worked/working with:
Writing & visualisations:
How might we cut through the noise by communicating simply and with clarity?
Since 2011 I have organised and led international study tours to Europe, Scandinavia, UK, New Zealand and in Australia. Over this time more than 80 people have participated.
Knock A (2019) “Empowering teaching teams: An essential factor in the success of innovative learning environments” in
Imms, W. & Mahat, M. (Eds.). (2019). What are teachers doing (well) when transitioning from traditional classrooms to innovative learning environments? Proceedings of international symposia for graduate and early career researchers in Australasia, Europe and North America.
Byers T, Mahat M, Liu K, Knock A, Imms W, (2018) Innovative Learning Environments and Teacher Change, eds. A Systematic Review of the Effects of Learning Environments on Student Learning Outcomes. Melbourne: Innovative Learning Environments and Teacher Change;
Knock, A (2018), Teaching-teams not Teaching-solo: The secret to retaining Gen Y teachers, pages 67-69, CollectivED , Carnegie School of Education, Leeds Beckett University.
Knock A, ed. The built environment : creating innovative learning spaces. Christian Teachers Journal. 2012;20(1).
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