About MyLearning

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MyLearning is a national professional learning provider based in Melbourne.

We offer a number of conferences around Australia, as well as private presentations.
Justine, the director of MyLearning provides schools and educators with high-quality professional learning specialising in boys’ education and digital learning in the classroom.

Justine’s specialist knowledge and experience have successfully supported a number of schools in improving boys’ learning outcomes and engagement and in harnessing effective digital learning strategies in the classroom.
Presentation style and content can vary depending on the needs and contexts of the client. We can deliver a range of keynote, workshops, forums and breakout sessions for large or small groups.

MyLearning prides itself on being at the forefront of education innovation and has high expectations for delivering relevant, interactive and practical professional learning that gets results.

About Justine

justin-whiteJustine Isard is a Keynote Speaker, Educator, Writer, and the Director of MyLearning. Over the last few years Justine has delivered a number of keynote, workshop, forum and breakout sessions at large and small conferences, and for schools around Australia. Justine has also written many articles for a variety of high-profile education publications.

Justine has been teaching the Masters in Boys’ Education Program at Newcastle University since 2009 and in the same year won the AADES Teacher of the Year. Justine works closely with schools and educators in understanding their context and supporting them professionally in moving in the right direction for their students.
Justine’s professional background is in the classroom where she has worked for 15 years. Justine has taught in both primary and secondary schools in Australia and in the UK.

Justine has been described as a passionate, current and lively presenter who inspires positive action in others and works with educators in cultivating the best teaching and learning environments. She is not afraid to shake things up to improve learning for our students.