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About Professor Kathryn Moyle (retired)

PhD, MEd, BEd, MACE             

Professor Moyle has a PhD in school education policy and the place of digital technologies in teaching and learning. She has published widely on education policy issues including school leadership, school improvement, professional standards and on a range of issues relating to the use of technologies in schools. She is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and an Adjunct Professor at both the University of Canberra and Charles Darwin University. Professor Moyle is also an Adjunct Research Fellow at the University of South Australia.
Prior to working at ACER, Professor Moyle was the Executive Director of the Centre for School Leadership, Learning and Development at Charles Darwin University.
Professor Moyle has served on a range of bodies including as Chair of the Ministerial Advisory Board about the Parks Community Centre Act, and Chair of the Community Arts Network in South Australia. Professor Moyle was also a founding member of the South Australian Post Compulsory Education and Training Association. Professor Moyle has been a member of both the Northern Territory Board of Studies and the (then) Senior Secondary Assessment Board of South Australia. She is currently a member of the Executive of the Australian Curriculum Studies Association (ACSA); is an Assistant editor for the journal Curriculum Perspectives; and is a member of the Panel of Experts for the New Media Consortium's Horizon Report K-12 2014 edition.
Professor Moyle has led several Australian Government funded research and development projects including Leadership and learning with ICT and Listening to students and educators voices about learning with technologies. Between 2006 and 2009, she was the Director of the Secretariat for the Australian Information and Communication Technologies Education Committee (AICTEC), while located at the University of Canberra.
In 2012, Professor Moyle was the only Australian recipient of an in-country fellowship from the US State Department, awarded to study equity and access issues in school education in the USA.


2014 - Present Adjunct Professor, Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education
2014 - Present Adjunct Research Fellow, University of South Australia
2013 - Present Adjunct Professor, Charles Darwin University, Australia
September 2011 - Present Adjunct Professor, University of Canberra, Australia
July 2014 - 2019 Research Director: Education Policy and Practice, Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)

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Contact Information

Australian Council for Educational Research
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Camberwell, VIC, Australia 3124
T: +61 3 9277 5555
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Research Reports (24)

Articles (Refereed) (5)