Mrs Anne Bayetto

Lecturer

College of Education, Psychology and Social Work

place Education (5.59)
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

I have been the reading expert for the Principals as Literacy Leaders (PALL) program, offered in every state of Australia, and through this program I have been part of a team gathering pre- and post- data from PALL participants and later undertaking case studies in schools to learn about effective, long-term approaches. This research has been published in reports back to Education Departments, journals, book chapters, and a purposely written book.

I am a member of the Research in Inclusive and Specialised Education (RISE) group at Flinders University and work collaboratively with colleagues to advance knowledge and practice.

I regularly offer professional learning sessions for teachers, leaders, and managers in education sectors across Australia with a particular focus on using evidence-based research to inform practical and sustainable planning and programming.

Since 1989 I have worked closely with the Specific Learning Difficulties Association of South Australia (SpeldSA) as an academic mentor to the Directors. I have been a teacher in both mainstream and special classes, an adaptive education teacher, and a district-wide disability Coordinator. I was the founding member of the South Australian Education Department's Learning Difficulties Support Team and have managed literacy and numeracy action research projects.

At Flinders University I teach undergraduate and postgraduate topics focusing on school students who have literacy and/or numeracy difficulties.

Qualifications

Master of Education

Graduate Certificate in Education (International Education)

Graduate Certificate in Disability Studies (Learning Difficulties)

Bachelor of Education

Graduate Diploma in Reading Education

Diploma in Teaching

Honours, awards and grants

2014 Australian Educational Publishing Awards

Bayetto, A. et al. (2013). Oxford literacy assess. South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

  1. Primary: Teaching resource
  2. Primary: Outstanding digital resource
  3. Overall winner: Excellence in Australian Educational Publishing. EPAA-catalogue-2014
Key responsibilities
Program Director, BEd(SpecEd) Singapore
Teaching interests
  • Literacy
  • Numeracy
Topic coordinator
EDUC2323 Students with Numeracy Difficulties (4.5 units)
EDUC2423 Students with Literacy Difficulties (4.5 units)
EDUC9409 Intervention for Students with Numeracy Difficulties (4.5 units)
EDUC9522 Intervention for Students with Literacy Difficulties (4.5 units)
EDUC3641 Professional Experience 1 (Singapore)
EDUC4741 Professional Experience: Final Assessment (Primary R-7), Singapore
Topic lecturer
EDUC1224 Foundations of Special Education, Singapore
Supervisory interests
Education, literacy
Education, numeracy