Professor Michael Anderson
co- founder & Academic leader
Professor Michael Anderson is an internationally recognised educational leader. He has taught, researched and published in education and transformation for over 20 years including 13 books and 55 book chapters and journal articles. His international research and practice focus on how the 4Cs can be integrated using coherent frameworks to make learning meet the needs of 21st Century learners.
Dr. Miranda Jefferson
Co-Founder & innovative practice leader
Dr Miranda Jefferson has been involved in leading innovation in schools for over 20 years. She leads programs, initiatives and research in curriculum reform, educational change and school transformation in several schools. Miranda has taught drama and media arts learning and teacher professional practice in the Education Faculty at the University of Sydney. She has also been on advisory boards for ACARA.
Jamie Gerlach has been engaged in innovative education for the past 5 years. He has mentored and collaborated with teachers, students and school leaders , in primary and secondary schools across all sectors, in the development of 4C Learning. For the past 4 years Jamie has also been a teacher at James Ruse Agricultural High School, where he has co-developed NESA approved courses in Multidisciplinary Communication and delivered keynotes and papers at numerous state and national conferences. He is presently completing a Master of Education by Research at the University of Sydney.
Daniel Bell is an educator and researcher with experience teaching in primary, secondary and tertiary classrooms. Currently, he is completing a PhD at the University of Sydney, where he teaches pedagogy and professional practice, whilst working in schools across Sydney to support and mentor teachers in 4C learning. Having completed a Masters in Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment, Daniel has conducted research into the challenges associated with school transformation and continues to be interested in the impact transformation has on teachers, students and schools.