Rashmi Watson

Rashmi Watson

Education Consultant in Western Australian schools and universities

Dr Rashmi Watson has been an educator for over 20 years working as a teacher and teacher educator (across four Australian universities) in undergraduate and postgraduate education. She has worked closely with academics as a teaching and learning staff developer and currently leads the Research Education and Training Program (RETP) for the WA Health Translation Network (WAHTN) at The University of Western Australia. In addition, Rashmi is an invited consultant working with a number of schools and universities across Western Australia to facilitate in a number of areas including whole school improvement, staff development and all aspects of teaching and learning

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Using student voice to improve school culture
Using student voice to improve school culture

This school in Western Australia is focused on creating a culture of continuous learning for both staff and students. To ensure everyone is on board, they’ve captured student voice through an online survey. Here, we learn how they’re using the information they’ve captured to improve school culture, and structure their approach to teaching and learning.

Creating a culture of development and continuous learning
Creating a culture of development and continuous learning

Western Australia’s Butler College has created a culture of continuous learning and development for all of its staff. This long-term, whole-school approach focusses on improving the skills and capacity of all staff (including non-teaching staff) through various means, including action learning projects and peer-to-peer support and coaching.