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Andrew Douch

ANDREW DOUCH has been teaching remotely since 2006 – before COVID-19 made it fashionable!

He is the recipient of the Microsoft Worldwide Innovative Teacher of the Year Award. He also received the Victorian Education Excellence Award for curriculum innovation, an Australian Government Quality Schooling Award, plus a number of other awards, each recognising his innovative approaches to teaching and learning – especially in the area of remote and blended learning.

As an education consultant and keynote presenter, he helps teachers amplify their impact on student learning by inspiring new thinking about teaching effectively in a technology-rich world. He is also well known for his revision lectures in Biology, for his biology podcast and the video lessons he teaches online in Edrolo, which are regularly watched by more than 80% of Victoria’s year 12 biology students.

He loves to use and share simple technology and ideas that make a big difference to the learning experience of students.

Hear from teachers who have attended a Critical Agendas Event

Inspirational Speakers –  the knowledge gained will be so beneficial in my classrooms

Libby Fullard.

Loved the passion of the Presenters

Ivana Ryan

Passionate &  Authentic Speakers – Meaningful Strategies

Tamara Rundle

I love the fantastic variety of workshops and conferences on offer. Always look forward to Critical Agendas PD’s.

Tim Livy

The best P.D. I have attended in living memory!” I loved every minute of this engaging, interesting and informative PD. And I have been teaching for 40+ years!

Susan Snooks

Loved the honesty in the sharing of information and strategies

Liberty Hatzidimitriou

Keep up the fantastic PD opportunities! Very  professional and well-researched workshops and conferences.

Paul Dillon

“It is the first P.L. in a long long time that I haven’t been checking in with my watch.”


Please note advertised times for Term 4, 2020 and Term 1, 2021 are AEDT always check for time zone differences