Lorraine Hammond

Associate Professor Lorraine Hammond

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Lorraine has worked and researched in the area of early literacy, high impact instructional strategies, including explicit teaching and learning difficulties since 1990.

Lorraine completed her Masters and PhD on the prevention of reading and spelling difficulties and in 2002 was awarded a Churchill Fellowship. In 2016,

Lorraine was recognised by the Australian Government with a University Teaching Award for outstanding tertiary teaching and in 2017 the Australian Council for Educational Leadership recognised her work in schools promoting high impact instruction.

In 2019, Lorraine received an Order of Australia (AM) for her significant contribution to tertiary education and the community.

Since 2017, Lorraine has developed and presented professional learning on evidence-based literacy strategies for the Kimberley Schools Project in the north of WA in remote community schools. In 2021, she commenced work with Catholic Education, Archdiocese of  Canberra and Goulburn.

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