Educator Impact Media Coverage
Educator Impact supports educators in their professional development by connecting feedback, resources, people and professional development in one place. Read on below to see the impact being made through media and news.
Educator Impact’s press release about managing student wellbeing while distance learning continues, in Education Today.
Educator Impact is grateful for the support of Amazon Web Services as we roll out our new Pulse for Student Wellbeing.
Educator Impact partners with ARACY (Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth) to support student wellbeing.
Education Review spoke with Educator Impact CEO, Nabil Shaheen about how student wellbeing has been a key concern for schools during the COVID-19 pandemic
Educator Impact’s Press Release on managing student wellbeing during COVID-19 published in EducationHQ.
The Educator spoke with Educator Impact’s CEO Nabil Shaheen, about how educators are navigating the massive challenge that COVID-19 is posing to teachers, leaders, and students as well as how the new EI Pulse resource is helping to resolve those challenges.
Educator Impact supporting all AGSA (Alliance of Girls Schools Australasia) schools to monitor student wellbeing.
Educator Impact’s CTO Dr Joe Thurbon spoke with Education Today, about measuring student wellbeing and school health.
The Sydney Morning Herald spoke with education industry experts, including Educator Impact’s CEO Ken Wallace, on what education in Australia will look like in 2019
Vince Massara invited our CEO Ken Wallace to his Smart Eduprenuer Podcast. They discussed being a better teacher and all about best-practice.
Darren Cox, Principal at St. Philip’s Christian College Cessnock, spoke with The Educator on the positive impact and teacher improvement his school has experienced with Educator Impact.
Educator Impact CEO Ken Wallace sat down with Phil Hayes-StClair on the Founder to Founder podcast this week to talk education technology, leveraging seasonality and building great cultures.
Education Today spoke with Educator Impact discussing the important of creating cultures of continual improvement and the impact it has had on one schools professional development journey.
CEO Ken Wallace sat down with The Educator to discuss how Educator Impact’s platform is positively impacting students, teachers and school leaders alike.
After working with hundreds of schools and thousands of educators, Educator Impact has identified the key skills, behaviours and attitudes that define great support staff in schools. The Educator looks at at those attitudes and behaviours and why they’re crucial to every K-12 teacher, leader and support staff member.
Dom Thurbon, co-founder of Educator Impact, is an international behavioural change expert who is facilitating workshops in partnership with Principals Australia Institute. The Educator has reported on what attendees can expect from these workshops.
Independent Schools Queensland (ISQ) and Educator Impact have joined forces to enable 150 school leaders from Queensland independent schools to build their leadership capabilities.
Educator Impact has partnered with the Fogarty Foundation, an organisation working to improve educational opportunities for students. Find out more about this exciting new venture below
Principals Australia Institute has partnered with Educator Impact to continue to provide principals and school leaders with quality professional leadership development. Find out how below.
A report from the Grattan Institute identified that schools need to address challenges they face through schools having a better way to track the progress of their students that directly inform teaching. Read how Educator Impact is creating a community of professional learning to address this issue.
Ken Wallace, CEO of Educator Impact, speaks to The Educator about EI for support staff and how to build a whole-school approach to professional development.
Feedback is the driving force behind growth and development but when it doesn’t come naturally what do we need to know to utilise feedback effectively?
Ken Wallace, CEO of Educator Impact, tells The Educator about some of the hurdles schools experience when trying to establish a culture of feedback, and how to overcome them.
With Educator Impact’s sponsorship, The Educator has revealed the top 30 up-and-coming leaders in the education sector. Find out who they are below.
The Rising Stars report shines a light on the top up-and-coming leaders in K-12 education sector. Ken Wallace, CEO of Educator Impact, discusses why Educator Impact is sponsoring the report
Beth Gilligan, Principal of Dominic College, discusses quality teaching development and their pilot with Educator Impact.
Dr. Joe Thurbon, Educator Impact CTO was interviewed by The Educator to discuss why feedback is a critical component to professional development for schools.
Educator Impact met with The Educator on how to simplify professional development. Read the full interview with Dr. Joe Thurbon at the link below
Ken Wallace, Educator Impact CEO, sits down with The Educator to discuss how a culture of continual feedback can improve and drive learning outcomes.
Dom Thurbon, co-founder of Educator Impact, discusses how to to create a culture of feedback and continuous improvement in your school in three steps.
Better educators means better student outcomes.
Educator Impact is an evidence-based professional development platform that uses feedback and goal setting to help teachers, leaders, and school support staff improve.