Teaching by Design looks at ways in which teachers can integrate strategies, tactics and skills to create a more meaningful learning experience and caring environment for all students.
It is the integration of content knowledge, assessment, knowledge of how we learn and instructional repertoires that we wish to inspire in all educators
Helen Egeberg is the founder of Teaching by Design. She has a Bachelor of Arts, Diploma of Education and a Masters of Education and is currently completing her PhD.
Her work with universities and schools, in Australia and overseas, focuses on the ways teachers can integrate classroom management, instructional strategies, tactics and skills to create more meaningful learning experiences and safe environments for all students.
Helen has been a teacher, a Head of Department, Head of Middle School, tertiary educator and classroom management consultant. With more than 25 years experience in both the public and private sector of education Helen has a wealth of experience in education and a passion for improving outcomes for all students.
Focusing on creating a safe and accountable environment, Helen facilitates school teams as they work at enriching their school-based professional learning community with a clear emphasis on student success and involvement. By exploring and strengthening their understanding of the key role they play in the teaching and learning process, school teams are able to expand their instructional repertoires and become increasingly skilled at differentiating learning opportunities for all students.