Bronwyn Ryrie Jones is a career teacher and teacher educator at the University of Melbourne (Graduate School of Education). She is also Director of Professional Practice at Teaching Sprints.
Bron commenced her teaching career just over a decade ago. Since then, she has sustained an interest in all aspects of instruction, but she is particularly interested in how teachers make sense of the best available evidence in their lived teaching experience. In each of her ranging roles, Bron is never happier than when she is working with teachers.
Bronwyn consults widely across Australia. She has worked with thousands of teachers, and hundreds of schools in metropolitan, regional and rural areas. She supports teachers to embed explicit principles of instruction, and to develop robust assessment tools. Bronwyn regularly consults with the Victorian Department of Education and various institutes of educational leadership.
Bronwyn received her Bachelor of Education from RMIT University (Melbourne) and her Masters of Education from the Melbourne Graduate School of Education. She recently commenced doctoral studies. Bronwyn lives in Melbourne with her partner Brett and daughter Lucie.