Professor Claire Wyatt-Smith is Dean (Academic) for Arts, Education and Law at Griffith University. Previously the Dean of the Faculty of Education, she has also been a sole or chief investigator on a significant number of ARC and government funded projects over the last decade. These have been primarily in the fields of literacy and assessment, with particular focus on teacher judgment, evaluative frameworks and the literacy-curriculum-assessment interface. Professor Wyatt-Smith was a secondary teacher in English, French and German, and Head of Department in English. She has engaged in research across all levels of schooling, including work with students with disabilities and learning difficulties.
Professor Wyatt-Smith has also undertaken significant consultancy and advisory roles on evidence based policy to state and federal government. For more information visit Curriculum vitae.
For a list of research grants and consultancies visit research.
For a list of publications visit publications.
For a list of Professor Claire Wyatt-Smith's publications in Griffith Research Online.