Bron Ryrie Jones supports teachers and instructional leaders to develop their expertise. She has worked with over 30,000 teachers and leaders in Australia and abroad, and is a sought-after speaker and learning designer.

With a background in classroom teaching, instructional coaching and teacher education (University of Melbourne), Bron is able to synthesise complex research for busy practitioners. She is intimately connected to the everyday life of teachers and the complexity of their work. Bron respects teachers’ time, crafting professional learning programs that are clear, practical and informed by evidence.

As a published author on teacher learning (Corwin Press), Bron is often engaged to speak on responsive teaching, explicit instruction, quality assessment, and instructional coaching. Bron has long-standing partnerships with systems of education and institutes of educational leadership across Australia; she has designed and delivered large-scale bespoke professional development programs for varied organisations in the education sector.


Amanda Ellaby

Executive Principal

“Working with Bron is inspirational! She loves teaching and respects the complexities that go with working in a school. Bron’s professional learning strikes the perfect balance between research and practice, offering teachers lots that they can implement tomorrow.”

Reid Smith

Chief Executive Officer

“Few people in education have such expertise in both the theoretical and practical elements of great classroom teaching as Bron. When we needed an expert instructor to work with our teachers, Bron was the obvious choice.”

Bernie Heard

National Manager, Teacher Mentoring

“Bron was a joy to collaborate with. Her content was expertly tailored to our complex conference brief and vision. Bron’s presentation was dynamic, clear, challenging and delivered with warmth. We look forward to a continuing collaboration!”

Ashley Pratt

Executive Director, Pedagogy & Innovation

“Bron skilfully bridges the chasm between research and classroom practice in a way that is engaging for the teachers she works with. She is a star, and we love working with her.”

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