Regional Capacity Building Facilitator
New Pedagogies for Deep Learning
For the last 12 years Max was a school and system leader with the Department of Education, Tasmania. He has headed K-12 technology-based educational reform initiatives, school and district resourcing, and worked with teachers and school leaders to build their proficiency in leading, teaching and learning. Max also currently lectures into and co-designs pre-service teacher education modules at the University of Tasmania (UTAS). Prior to working in Tasmania, Max taught at an international school in Southern China, and in Geelong, Australia.
Max has a number of post graduate certifications including a Master of Educational Leadership, several accreditations in coaching and brokering approaches, and a broad and varied skillset built on experience both within and from outside the education sector. Besides being passionate about family life and tinkering in the shed, Max is highly committed to exploring how effective education systems lead, educate and learn with, from and for future generations, using technology as an amplifier and connector of leaders, learners and learning.
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Deep and Connected Today we are pleased to launch our Deep and Connected series, designed to share new articles, resources, ideas and perspectives to support you at this time. Featured in the mail out: Deep Learning Partnerships @Home A series of short articles in which we explore learning on the home front. We focus on […]
Parent as Gardeners! In this short video clip (1:40), Dr Jean Clinton, child psychiatrist from McMaster University and critical friend to New Pedagogies for Deep Learning, shares wisdom for parents while they are at home with their kids. It’s about progress not perfection.
Podcast – Many of us have had the privilege to hear and talk to Dr Jean Clinton @DrJeanforkids Listen in to her in conversation with Jennifer Atienzo-Fisher, Director of Marketing & Communications at Fort Wayne Community Schools. https://soundcloud.com/fwcs/fwcs-inspired-voices-podcast-episode-20-dr-jean-clinton
Good at Learning and Good at Life 2019 DLL Social Media feed…thanks to all that contributed!
Good at Learning and Good at Life Program OUT NOW! The program for our 2019 Global Deep Learning Lab in Toronto is live and available here. We invite you on a journey to the powerfully possible. Join the global deep learning network as we meet to share transformative solutions for creating a world where all […]
The Global Competencies for Deep Learning, or the 6 Cs, are the skill sets each and every student needs in order to flourish in today’s complex world. Building these competencies forms the foundation of our work. The New Pedagogies for Deep Learning Global Team recently collaborated with Dr Jean Clinton, a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry […]
Uruguay digs deep into data. On the back of our latest Global Report we wanted to share some more new measures data collected by our Uruguay Cluster. Over the last three years, Claudia and her team have collected a significant amount of data across all aspects of NPDL. In this report (**note the translate option in the […]
Celebrating our Global Learning Partnership 2018 NPDL Global Report Our Global Directors, Michael Fullan, Joanne Quinn and Joanne McEachen share insights, evidence of impact, global and local trends from across our 7 NPDL countries in our 2018 NPDL Global Report. Download Global Report As NPDL continues to grow both in numbers and in relation to […]
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