Mathematics / Science

Glenn Morante

Glenn seeks to engage students’ interest and creativity by exploring and making connections between learning frameworks and their current understanding.

Biography

Glenn graduated with a Bachelor of Science, in Human Movement from Wollongong University in 1994. After working as a Senior Exercise physiologist for many years he turned his attention to making the Australian Olympic team in 2000 as a High Jumper, though unsuccessful, he was awarded the prestigious Australian Sports Medal for services to Track and Field by Queen Elizabeth II. Following this, he commenced a career in injury management and work health, with the New South Wales Department of Education. This provided the perfect platform for Glenn to find his true passion, teaching.

He graduated from Southern Cross University with an Education degree in 2015 and has been teaching Mathematics and Science at Great Lakes College since. He seeks to engage students’ interest and creativity by exploring and making connections between learning frameworks and their current understanding. The ambition of any teacher is to facilitate the development of independent, critical and creative thinkers who then go on to become life-long learners.