Education Leadership & eLearning Specialist

I’m an eLearning and Educational Leadership Specialist in Melbourne, Australia. I work with schools and teachers to help them plan and implement shifts towards digital delivery and online learning, increasing teacher and student digital literacy. I am a classroom teacher by background and moved towards working strategically with schools after completing my Masters of Education (Educational Leadership).

I am also currently studying my doctorate in education, with a focus on educational technology. I have a strong passion for technology, and love looking at ways to incorporate it into our lives for meaningful, purposeful reasons. As an educator, I’m particularly interested in the educational outcomes technology can assist with. My own doctorate is looking at virtual reality in second language learning.

If you would like to discuss eLearning and digital delivery in your school; virtual reality or online learning from a research perspective; or if you’d like to be involved with my podcast, EDUCAST: The podcast for teachers – I am always looking at new ways to collaborate with people around the world.
 

See more of my extensive CV here: www.linkedin.com/in/brodiemcgee

Education
Southern Cross University School of Education
2020-2024
Doctorate of Education

In this research thesis I am looking at learning a second language using virtual reality.

Southern Cross University School of Education
2018-2020
Master of Education (Educational Leadership)
Flinders University of South Australia
2010-2017
Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Education (Middle / Secondary)

English & French Major
Drama & IT Minor 

Career
StepFwdIT
2019-2020
eLearning Coordinator

Step FWD IT’s 21st century learning philosophy is to walk with teachers and students to ensure that adopting new learning technologies is an exciting journey that sparks creativity, curiosity and collaboration.

As eLearning Coordinator I work with several schools to ensure an engaging and meaningful approach to digital teaching and learning is used, and teachers are able to be successful within their roles when dealing with ICT.

2017-2019
Classroom Teacher
OSHC
2015-2017
Director

OSHC (Out of School Hours Care) provides care and learning opportunities to kindergarten, junior primary and primary students whose parents work, care, or are other wise unavailable beyond the regular school hours.

Skills