Queensland University of Technology
Rebecca English is an academic and researcher at the Faculty of Education, QUT. After years of experience in education, she went on to become an education lecturer and teacher in the School of Curriculum at the university. Her work has been published in various books, professional and scientific journals, magazines and online. Rebecca has written about students' experiences of education in peer-reviewed journals and has been researching choice in education for over 10 years. Rebecca is also interested in democratic learning, the importance of play, unschooling and gentle parenting.
Rebecca is teaming up with Alithia Learning, to conduct a long-term qualitative study and feed back information to help shape this project. Her research questions, findings and publications in regards to Alithia will be made available on our website.
Mathilda is an Educational Consultant who has worked directly with 500+ organisations on successful innovation/improvement initiatives and advised national governments (e.g. Australia, the UK and Lithuania) on curriculum and assessment policy development.
Mathilda is an advocate of lifelong learning with two Bachelors and three Masters degrees (in music, languages, education, cognitive neuropsychology and business).
Mathilda worked with Ken Robinson at the NACCCE (National Advisory Committee on Creative and Cultural Education), which was established by government to make proposals for education in the U.K.
During that time Mathilda teamed up with Vincent Nolan at SEI (Synectics Education Initiative) to bring communication tools into education. These tools form the foundation of Alithia Learning. Read more at the link below:
Writer, Educator, Rewilding Facilitator
Claire Dunn is a writer, educator, Rewilding facilitator and barefoot explorer. Claire worked for many years as an environmental campaigner, before studying deep ecology with Joanna Macy, eco-psychology, and wilderness survival skills.
In 2010, Claire embarked on a year of bush retreat. Her recent book My Year Without Matches: Escaping the City in search of the Wild is the best-selling memoir of that journey, Claire is currently working on another memoir, this time exploring wildness in the urban landscape.
Claire is a passionate advocate for ‘rewilding’ our inner and outer landscapes. She facilitates nature-based reconnection retreats, contemporary wilderness rites of passage and offers individual mentoring.
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Alithia Learning runs a range of child-led programs designed for 5 to 12 year-olds. The defining characteristics of our programs are positive communication and freedom to learn.
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