Kathryn Schravemade began her career as a teacher of English and Social Science. Her interest in connecting students with the skills and information of the twenty-first century and instructional design lead her to complete her Masters in Education (Teacher-Librarianship) at Queensland University of Technology. Kathryn currently works as a Teacher-Librarian in the Mount Alvernia College iCentre and is responsible for providing future-proof services that connect the community with information, regardless of their location, and ensuring both staff and students of the college acquire the skills necessary to operate in the digital environment. Kathryn is interested the pedagogical practices and the development of whole-school approaches in this area.
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The purpose of this blog is to share my thoughts and learning as I complete my Doctor of Education at Queensland University of Technology.
Bachelor of Learning Management (Secondary) – CQU 2007
Bachelor of Arts (Literature and History) – CQU 2007
Google Certified Teacher – GTAUK 2013
Master of Education (Teacher-Librarianship) – QUT 2012
Currently completing Doctor of Education at QUT