Fiona Gordon

Fiona Gordon

Fiona Gordon has worked with Harvard WIDE World, coaching Teaching for Understanding and Leading for Understanding while Head of Teaching and Learning at Huntingtower K-12 school in Mount Waverley, Melbourne. In July 2014 she moved to the role of Director of Learning and Innovation at Bialik College, a K-12 school that focuses on The Reggio Emilia approach and has developed Cultures of Thinking with Project Zero.

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Reflections on classroom inquiry project success
Reflections on classroom inquiry project success

‘[Ruby] has been working on this project for many months and comes to each day with a new idea to try, or a new way to achieve something already attempted.' 

Look for opportunities to scale up small changes
Look for opportunities to scale up small changes

‘By adding pockets of change that link firmly to our vision into the timetabled curriculum, assessment reform can become more widespread ...’

Seeing, thinking and wondering
Seeing, thinking and wondering

‘When we can see an opportunity, we can think about what’s possible and then wonder how we can make it happen.’ Fiona Gordon discusses how allowing students to construct their own knowledge can create change.

Understanding changing images of assessment
Understanding changing images of assessment

Fiona Gordon explores how documenting professional learning conversations can help you understand the images of assessment that teachers hold.

Learning journeys: Staff investigations
Learning journeys: Staff investigations

Staff-developed research programs are key to the curriculum improvement process at this school.