Jane Louise Hunter Author of Evaluating Organization Development

Jane Louise Hunter

Associate Professor
University of Technology Sydney

I am interested in understanding how innovative pedagogy enhances teaching and learning in classrooms. I have been deeply involved in supporting teachers to be the best they can possibly be - this might be through preservice teacher education, the delivery of professional learning, or at 'their elbow' in practitioner research projects in classrooms. I was a teacher in K-12 schools for many years and continue my passion for the profession in my work in universities.

Subjects: Education


My research focuses on the pedagogical framework of High Possibility Classrooms and building teacher capacity in curriculum; in 2019 it was awarded HIGH impact by the Australian Research Council in the first ever Engagement and Impact Assessment. I have national and international teaching awards for outstanding contributions to student learning in Australian universities. I work in the School of International Studies and Education in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at UTS. T: @janehunter01


    PhD University of Western Sydney 2013

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Practitioner research, technology enhanced learning, curriculum, inquiry and project-based pedagogies.

Personal Interests

    Collecting vintage and highly textured fabrics, local politics, bonsai, yoga, reading all kinds of books, bush walking, and travel both overseas and locally.



Featured Title
 Featured Title - High Possibility STEM Classrooms - 1st Edition book cover



Talking High Possibility STEM Classrooms

Published: Nov 30, 2020

This video shares details of the research conducted over four years in Australian classrooms; it is featured in Associate Professor Hunter's new book: "High Possibility STEM Classrooms: Integrated STEM Learning in Research and Practice" (2021) published by Routledge in New York.

High Possibility STEM Classrooms

Published: Dec 11, 2017

How does a focus on theory, creativity, public learning, life preparation and contextual accommodations boost teacher confidence and capacity in the STEM disciplines?

Scribing my keynote address May 2015

Published: Jun 18, 2015