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Dr Anna Dabrowski​

Senior Facilitator and Evaluation Expert

Anna Dabrowski is a researcher and lecturer in the area of education policy, teacher effectiveness and discourse studies in education. She is currently involved as a researcher in the longitudinal evaluation of the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers, commissioned by the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL), in addition to developing a performance and development framework to improve teacher quality and collaborative learning processes in Australia and the United States.

Anna has several years of experience as an educator in Australia, Argentina, Germany and the United Kingdom. Anna has experience teaching in both international and national school settings, as well as tertiary institutes and language schools for EAL/D students. Anna has extensive knowledge of international systems of education, curricula and standards based reform, and the role of leadership in promoting teacher effectiveness and student outcomes. She also shares an interest in programs to support student diversity in developing nations, and is currently designing a mother tongue based literacy curriculum for the Ethiopian government.

Anna is completing her PhD in Education and is examining the ways in which teachers and school leaders working in International Baccalaureate schools support and acknowledge student diversity. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts/Education, a Master of Applied Linguistics, a Master of TESOL and a Master of Education. Anna speaks English, German and Spanish, and has published in the areas of education, linguistics and educational evaluation. She is a regular presenter at both international and national education conferences and school leadership forums.

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