Max Lenoy

Townsville, Queensland, Australia

Australian Aboriginal Identity:

Maternal (Warungnu and Jirrbal)

Paternal (Kuku Yalanji and Walangama)

Family sent to Yarrabah and Palm Island during Stolen Generation period. TedX talks:

Connecting with Country

Never too Old to learn, Never too Young to Teach


Ayr High State School (Year 12)

James Cook University (B.Ed Primary Teaching focussed on Indigenous Education and Computers in Education)

Harvard University Graduate School of Education (Ed.M - Technology in Education) with 3 subjects at MIT Media Lab and Sloan School at MIT)

Employment at the School of Education, James Cook University:


ED4461: Indigenous Futures

ED1441: Foundations of Ed Tech

ED3441: Technology across the Curriculum

Research Interests:

Designing ICTs for Indigenous knowledge and spaces

Currently completing Teaching and Learning Development Grant ($10,000) to create a draft Indigenous Pedagogical Framework.


Past Membership:

Queensland Ministerial Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Council (2008-10)

Queensland Indigenous Arts Marketing Export Agency(2008-10)

Library Board of Queensland (2009-14)

Current membership:

  • Work
    • Lecturer
  • Education
    • B.Ed (James Cook), Ed.M (Harvard)