Deep learning, rich understandings

Professor Emeritus Alan Reid


Professor Bob Lingard

Professor Bob Lingard is a Professorial Research Fellow in the School of Education at The University of Queensland. Until recently he was the Andrew Bell Professor of Education at The University of Edinburgh. His research interests include globalization and education policy, sociology of education, school reform and critical pedagogies and gender and schooling. His most recent book (2007), co-edited with Jenny Ozga is The RoutledgeFalmer Reader in Education Policy and Politics. He has in press two books, Transforming Learning in Schools and Communities (Continuum), co-edited with Jon Nixon and Stewart Ranson and Educating Boys : beyond structural reform (Palgrave) co-authored with Wayne Martino and Martin Mills. He is currently completing a book with Fazal Rizvi for Routledge, entitled Globalizing Education Policy.

Dr Paul Brock

Dr Paul Brock AM is the Director of Learning and Development Research in the Office of the Director- General, NSW Department of Education and Training and Adjunct Professor in the Faculty of Education and Social Work, University of Sydney.

An educator for four decades, he was a secondary school English / History teacher for 14 years; an academic for 11 years; an Adviser to the Hawke and Keating Governments in Canberra for 6 years, and he has been a Senior Executive in the NSW Department of Education and Training since 1996.



Dr Deidre Butler





Dr Chris Sarra

Chris is the Executive Director of the Indigenous Education Leadership Institute which is pursuing improved educational outcomes for Indigenous children through engagement with principals, teachers, community leaders and Government.