Amenah Mourad

Honorary Associate
+61 2 9745 2299
+61 2 93512606
Education Building A35 / 307
The University of Sydney

Amenah Mourad is an educational bilingual leader who has worked in independent and public schools.

With close to 20-years' experience she has taught at all levels of education. Her initial employment in South West Sydney captured her skills in catering for students with language backgrounds other than English and the English as an Additional Language or Dialect (EALD) pedagogies that support student language-learning acquisition. In partnership with literacy experts and classroom practitioners, Amenah has presented workshops across Sydney highlighting best practice.

Amenah has taught across various educational settings and in schools with diverse socioeconomic profiles. She received the Appreciation Award for Commitment to the Well-being of High Achieving students during Australia's inaugural Gifted Awareness Week.

Her broad experience and strong interest in developing teacher capacity has led her to support many teachers during a variety of stages in their careers, ranging from preservice teachers to highly experienced. She has made educational and instructional videos and contributed to educational literature to support teacher development. 

Appreciation Award for Commitment to the Well-being of High Achieving Students (Professional), Australian Association for the Education of the Gifted and Talented

Deputy Principal, Burwood Public School
Member, Learning assistance and Support Teacher (LaST) Network, Strathfield
Member, Instructional Rounds, Granville Network
Committee member and volunteer, ASteen, [a Sydneywide social club for teenagers and young adults on the spectrum], which is an affiliate of Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect)

Can intellectual quality be demonstrated by embedding a 'high academic expectations' framework in each lesson, and can this result in improved student outcomes for writing?

Exploring creativity through the English syllabus