Richard Lambert is Assistant Principal of Kalinda Primary School in Ringwood, Victoria, Australia. He has worked in government primary schools for more than a decade, specialising in the impact new technologies can and should have on teaching and learning practices.
In 2006, Richard was part of a teaching team that won the Victorian Education Department’s Excellence Award for Innovative Curriculum.
Richard also works as an education consultant, speaking at various conferences and running PD sessions and workshops for school and Principal groups. He has assisted in Federal Government projects such as the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership’s ‘Illustrations of Practice’ resource and Education Services Australia’s ‘ICT in Everyday Learning: a toolkit for teachers’ resource.
Richard has also worked on State projects, such as the ‘Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century’ professional learning programs.
Richard is the co-author of ‘Action Stations: Digital Storytelling’ published by Curriculum Press.
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