In his capacity as an education consultant, David Broadbridge works closely with industry groups, schools, government and independent businesses to design and develop more innovative and effective ways to educate students. He is passionate about instilling a life-long love of learning and providing resources that develop, challenge and connect students.
EDUCATION CONSULTING SERVICES
- Special Education Projects
- Innovation Program Development
- Education Consultant to Industry Bodies
- Development of National Education Programs
- Development of Entrepreneurship Programs for students
- Leadership & Teamwork Consulting
- Teaching Practice assessments and recommendations
- Curriculum assessments and recommendations
- School and Department assessments and recommendations
- Process & Resource Recommendations
- Teacher Professional Development
- Special Needs Program Reviews
- Guest Lecturer
WORKSHOP AUSTRALIA & HORTICULTURE INNOVATION AUSTRALIA
Putting words into action
Working on behalf of Workshop Australia and Horticulture Innovation Australia to develop exciting nutritional programs to promote and increase the vegetable intake of Australian primary school students. 1 in 4 Australian children aged between 5-17 are overweight or obese.
SHORE – DEPARTMENT EFFECTIVENESS REVIEWS & RECOMMENDATIONS
Employed by SHORE school to conduct a comprehensive, collaborative and constructive review of the Economics and Business Department to evaluate the effectiveness of the Business and Economics Department and make recommendations across the areas of: leadership, teamwork, process refinement, innovation, curriculum, resources, professional development, class size, HSC preparation and approaches to special needs.
HIVVE – ENVIRONMENTAL SOLAR POWERED CLASSROOM PILOT PROGRAM
Funded by The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA), HIVVE is rolling out a pilot program of smart, modular solar-powered classrooms that generate over 100% of the classroom energy requirements. David is working with HIVVE to develop the curriculum for the pilot program utilising the smart technology that gives students real-time access to the classroom’s living systems including energy generation Vs usage, temperature and air quality data. This specialised curriculum will enhance student learning in a practical setting and be applied to Earth and Environmental Studies, Science, Technology, Maths and Business Studies to name a few.
These pilot classrooms will roll out across two schools and feature solar panels, real-time energy and carbon dioxide metering to provide optimum learning conditions to improve academic performance and contributing to $3000 in energy savings per year per classroom.