A pedagogy expert at place-based learning and nature play, Sharron runs the EcoCentre’s Expert In Residence program. She helps teachers and principals integrate sustainability and environmental connection into school curriculum of all year levels, including for Early Learning Centres. She trains teachers for the Teacher’s Environment Network and is an experienced facilitator of Tomorrow’s Leaders for Sustainability and Resource Smart Schools.
Following her studies in Anthropology and Koorie Studies, Sharron became a secondary school teacher. In this setting she brought together her passion for cross-cultural initiatives and her commitment to social and environmental justice issues. Her teaching career began in the western suburbs of Melbourne working in a school setting that was culturally diverse, working with students and their families across socio-economic divides and from many cultures, including refugee families from the Horn of Africa.