01 June 2020
Genazzano College has once again been recognised for its excellence and commitment to girls’ education, having been announced as a finalist for the Australian Education Awards 2020 in four categories.
The Australian Education Awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of the country’s top performing schools, principals, department heads and teachers. This year, Genazzano is shortlisted for four awards: Best Co-Curricular Program, Best Use of Technology, Best Professional Learning Program and School Principal of the Year - Non-government.
“We are thrilled to be finalists in these awards again in 2020”, she said. “To be shortlisted in four categories is a fantastic achievement”.
For the Best Professional Learning Program Award, Genazzano has been nominated for its Science of Learning: Improving Educational Outcomes professional learning program. Now in its third year, the multi-year program is designed and delivered by internationally renowned neuroscientist, teacher and author, Dr Jared Cooney Horvath.
The program offers cutting-edge research from the fields of neuroscience, education and psychology; and coaching on the translation of key scientific principles and workshop applications applied to any learning situation.
The professional learning program focuses on student improvement and supporting teachers to build individual and collective expertise through projects, team research, sharing learning, and opportunities to speak publicly about their work to teach others.
Luke Mandouit presenting at 'Science of Learning: Education with the Brain in Mind' 2019
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