Who are we?
Established in 2002, Into English provides a range of services tailored to improve the teaching and learning experiences of both English teachers and students. We offer private tuition services, student incursion programs, student and teacher resources as well as NESA approved professional development courses for educators. All of our services are designed with real classrooms in mind, and incorporate cutting-edge learning approaches and educational pedagogies, such as: Understanding by Design (Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe), Protocol Pedagogy (Joseph P. McDonald et. al.), and Making Thinking Visible (Project Zero – Harvard Graduate School of Education).
Emily is a widely experienced English and HSIE teacher who has worked in both DET and Independent schools as classroom teacher and as an English faculty co-ordinator. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (English and Government and International Relations) from the University of Sydney and a Diploma of Education. For over a decade, Emily has also been involved in curriculum design, composition and delivery of professional development for teachers and as an academic author. She has presented at the ETA NSW (English Teachers Association of NSW) annual conference since 2009 on topics relating to Stages 4, 5 and 6 of both the NSW and National Curriculum for English.
Anthony has been involved with Into English since its inception and has worked in Independent schools since 2006 as a classroom teacher. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (English, Sociology and Gender Studies) and a Bachelor of Teaching from the University of Sydney. Anthony is also a writer and specialist in creative composition, having completed a Certificate in Advanced Creative Writing and having been employed as a judge for the Sydney Morning Herald Young Writer of the Year since 2010. He has been published in a range of print and on-line academic journals, including the English Teachers Association of NSW’s quarterly “mETAphor”. Anthony has presented at the ETA NSW (English Teachers Association of NSW) annual conference since 2010 on topics relating to Stages 4, 5 and 6 of both the NSW and National Curriculum for English.
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