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We're not in Kansas anymore: a learning journey for Clarkson CHS

John S Young – Invitational Theory provides a unique language of transformation for the school culture from awareness, to understanding, to application, to adoption. The need to improve students’ literacy and numeracy standards of achievement has meant Clarkson Community High School had to go through significant change. An increasing emphasis on data-driven decision-making is central to the school’s improvement.


Top U.S. instructional coach and education innovator to expand popular professional learning series to Australia

Prolific Author of High Impact Instruction Jim Knight Partners with Corwin Australia to Deliver Results-Based Instructional Coaching for Australian Educators

Melbourne—March 23, 2016— Corwin, a global provider of PreK-12 professional learning products and services today announced its partnership with award-winning educator and academic Jim Knight to deliver four professional learning events throughout Australia.


Making systems theories work through an invitational framework

John S Young, Principal Clarkson Community High School

The purpose of this paper is to share theories of practice that have guided reform at Clarkson Community High School in Western Australia. 

Prof John Hattie’s work in Visible Learning (2009) has been essential underpinning for transformational change at Clarkson Community High School.


Corwin Opens Melbourne Office

Corwin Australia hosts launch event at new CBD location on 6 October 2015.

Corwin has announced its next phase of growth in the Australian education landscape with a launch event at its new Melbourne location on 6 October.

Educators and Corwin partners were invited to the Queen Street facility for the official opening hosted by Corwin Australia’s Managing Director Brad Rosairo. Included was a welcoming ceremony from Wurundjeri elder, Bill Nicholson.


Collaborative Impact in the Northern Territory

ET Staff

Schools should always be looking for better ways to deliver education but that’s often easier said than done. It requires a process and it seems that the Visible Learning and Visible Teaching approaches are a powerful way of achieving real progress for teachers, students, leaders and systems.


Corwin and ACEL announce new partnership to deliver Visible Learning Plus symposiums

Melbourne (2 June 2015) – A new partnership announced today between two leading professional learning organisations will give Australian educators the opportunity to learn more about the Visible Learning research, which is the world’s largest evidence base on what works in K-12 education to raise student achievement, developed by Professor John Hattie of the University of Melbourne.







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