In the past, opportunities to seek and share new educational strategies, collaborate with tertiary partners, and innovate with industry partners have been rare at best.
MGGI aims to change that.
MGGI encourages participation in educational research, curriculum innovation, international outreach, and fostering educational excellence programs with a specific focus on girls’ education.
This is a space for educators and partner organisations to learn with and from each other through the sharing of ideas, research, and innovation. Under the leadership and governance of our expert advisory board, MGGI will debate, learn, and collaborate on the emergent ideas for the future education generally, and girls’ education specifically. MGGI is an organisation that engages in:
We aspire to develop an educational network that advances the vision of Melbourne Girls Grammar as a leading school in girls’ education. Through research and innovation, we promote and support exemplary pedagogy.
In supporting the MGGS Mission we will foster a community of learners and partners who focus on observation, action, reflection and research.
By implementing considered evidence-informed models of learning
we will promote and track learning growth.
Our expert Advisory board brings together leading academic, industry, and community leaders who guide our thinking and strategic direction. We are fortunate to have the following members:
The ABC of ChatGPT Series | 9 FEBRUARY 2022
Research Invested Schools National Forum | 11 NOVEMBER 2022
Digital Citizenship | 3 NOVEMBER 2022
Melbourne Girls Grammar Institute
86 Anderson Street
South Yarra, VIC 3141
+61 3 9862 9200
MGGI facilitates high-quality professional learning for educations within our community and beyond. With a focus on growth and development we foster exceptional educators and professionals.
MGGI investigates new and responsive opportunities to prepare young people for life and work in the 21st century. These include developing relationships and programs with organisations that seek to better understand the challenges that young people today will face and what education systems can do to ensure they are prepared to address them.
MGGI is an organisation that bridges the gap between research and practice in educational settings. Through partnering with tertiary institutions and researchers, we develop more effective methods of research translation to positively impact the practice of educators and the lives of young people.