A teacher training and learning specialist, Lynne Hill has expertise in pre- and in-service teacher training; curriculum and training materials design, development, and implementation; multi-grade teaching; design, development, and model program implementation; and information and communication technologies curriculum development and training.
Hill has advised teacher professional development projects in Australia, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates. She currently develops and leads activities for the USAID PRIORITAS (Prioritizing Reform, Innovation, and Opportunities for Reaching Indonesia’s Teachers, Administrators, and Students) program in Indonesia. As senior technical advisor, she manages all aspects of the subcontract for EDC. She began her career as a primary school teacher in Victoria, Australia.
Hill holds an MEd from Queensland University of Technology. She also holds graduate certificates in TESOL and project management.
“Improving the quality of pre-service teacher education will pay dividends for both universities and schools and, most importantly, for the young people they serve.”
“USAID Facilitates Teacher, Lecturer Research Collaboration”
The Jakarta Post, June 25, 2015
“School Should Create a Reading Culture”
USAID PRIORITAS, August 18, 2014