Jane Sherlock

M.Ed, B.Ed Jane Sherlock is an experienced, enthusiastic and passionate teacher of English since starting teaching at Bathurst high in...

M.Ed, B.Ed

Jane Sherlock is an experienced, enthusiastic and passionate teacher of English since starting teaching at Bathurst high in 1977 and concluded her classroom career as Head Teacher at Kiama High on the south coast of NSW.  Jane is a regular presenter at regional HSC student days including Dubbo, Tamworth and Griffith. Currently Jane is the NSW English Teachers’ Association project officer for the HSC student days. Jane has been involved in the new English syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. With her colleague, Deb McPherson Jane created a series of 18 online resources for Oxford University Press. These resources explore texts suitable for the Cross Curriculum Priorities.  Jane is also an author of a number of English textbooks including the national award- winning Oxford HSC English. Jane is also a regular presenter for the NSW Teachers’ Federation Centre for Professional Learning. Jane has marked a range of HSC questions over almost three decades. Jane has conducted video conferences with regional high schools and has worked closely with individual English faculties on programming and text choices. In 2009 Jane received the Australian College of Educators award for her contribution to education.  Jane is a regular presenter for the Centre for Professional Learning, a professional addition to the NSW Teachers’’ Federation.

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