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

Education:

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:

Teaching:

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.

Membership:

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)