Matthew Esterman



Member since
20/02/2016

Matthew Esterman

A lover of learning who is always on the look out for better ways to do it.

Matt is a passionate educator and lifelong learner from NSW who has spent over a decade in the classroom teaching History, English and a smattering of other things. He holds a Master of Arts in History and a Master of Learning Science and Technology. He is currently a Teaching and Learning Integrator at Trinity Grammar School, helping connect students and teachers with the dazzling amount of resources and services now available at the tips of our fingers. Matt is a member of several professional associations and is a founder of TeachMeets in Australia. His interests include innovative curriculum design and pedagogy, mindful use of technology to support learning, and the design of contemporary learning spaces and schools. Matt has received numerous awards for his work within and outside of schools.

Matthew Esterman
A lover of learning who is always on the look out for better ways to do it.
Explore the digital tools you can use with classes overseas to build empathy, research skills and intercultural understanding from the comfort of your own classroom, an...
Target Audience
Teachers who are beginning to explore the use of technology to connect with teachers, classes, institutions and groups overseas. The audience should be familiar with the basics of using their device but no knowledge of the Google Suite, Skype or other tools will be expected. The idea audience member will have some experience in the classroom (2-3 years minimum) as this course will assume a bedrock of basic pedagogical and curriculum mapping skills. The course will be focussed on secondary teachers of the Humanities subjects (History, Geography etc) but all teachers are welcome.
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