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Bluyonder Voices

By Greg Whitby

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Greg Whitby is the Executive Director of Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta. He has been involved in education in both government and non government sectors for over 40 years as a teacher and school leader as well as lecturing on a part-time basis for 10 years in the faculty of business at the University of Western Sydney. Greg has led large systems of schools for over 17 years. Greg is widely recognised as an experienced educator who is focused on transforming schools, bringing together the best of theory, practice and evidence to ensure they provide a relevant, challenging and engaging contemporary learning experience for the communities they serve. Greg is a passionate and relentless leader who drives innovation and change in education.

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A Must Listen for Educators

A short and concise insight into some of education's best minds.

Great listen

An insightful and honest look at teaching in todays fast paced world. The short form interviews are a treasure trove of useful advice.

A great series for all involved with school communities

Wonderful insights shared by a broad range of educators. A must listen for all parents with children in schools.

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  • Category: Education
  • Language: English

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