Graeme Green is an innovator, creator and a systems leader who has transformed the education experience for students at Ingleburn Public School. Over the past two years alone, he has introduced the pedagogy of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in Australia, establishing entrepreneurial partnerships and driving future-focused learning in flexible open spaces. The UDL framework is designed to improve and optimise teaching and learning, based on scientific insights into how humans learn.
Green is currently working with associate professor Eva Kimonis, clinical psychologist at UNSW, to establish a world-first trial of parent-child interaction therapy for young children with disruptive behaviours. It’s a trial that will involve many schools in South West Sydney, with possible future extension to the broader population.