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About Dr Hilary Hollingsworth

DipT, BEd, PhD Deakin
Dr Hilary Hollingsworth’s main areas of interest are teacher professional learning and the assessment of student learning, and her current work foci include: teacher evaluation and assessment, classroom observation frameworks, the use of video for teacher professional learning and the assessment of student learning. Dr Hollingsworth’s interest in these areas was sparked by her doctoral studies and her extensive international experience working as the Australian representative on the TIMSS Video Study projects and as a Director of Teacher Learning for LessonLab in Los Angeles, California. Dr Hollingsworth’s experience related to teacher professional learning and the assessment of student learning extends across system and school levels. She has developed graduate programs and professional learning modules for teachers, and delivered numerous keynote addresses at education conferences.
She regularly provides consultancy services to schools in different sectors and geographical regions, and completes projects for organisations including AAMT, AITSL, and Education Services Australia.
Dr Hollingsworth has recently worked as a Senior Lecturer in the Melbourne Graduate School of Education at the University of Melbourne and is conducting research there related to classroom observations and feedback to teachers

Positions

Present Principal Research Fellow, Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)
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Refereed Articles (7)

Reports (5)

Books (1)

Contributions to Books (2)

Articles (5)

Conference Papers and Presentations (13)