MultiLit (“Making Up Lost Time In Literacy”) is a leading provider of effective literacy instruction in Australasia. Our programs are uniquely placed to be effective because they are all grounded in scientific evidence-based best practice.
As a result of being a research initiative of Macquarie University, MultiLit’s publications, professional development and Literacy Centre are continually informed by an ongoing program of research. The research team is led by Emeritus Professor Kevin Wheldall AM.
For 25 years, we have provided assistance to thousands of students in a variety of settings, including schools, our own Literacy Centres and community-based literacy projects across Australia, New Zealand and Asia.
In 2006, MultiLit Pty Ltd was founded by Professor Kevin Wheldall, Dr Robyn Wheldall and Iain Rothwell. MultiLit Pty Ltd is a spin-off company of Macquarie University, following on from a program of research since 1995.
MultiLit Literacy Centre Staff
Literacy Centre Manager – Macquarie Park
Bachelor of Teaching (Primary), Bachelor of Education (Special Education), Graduate Certificate in Education (Gifted Education)
Jodie brings more than 20 years’ experience as a classroom teacher and a background in specialist learning positions in both private and public schools. She has recently been in an Assistant Principal position
Jodie brings with her a wealth of experience in creating positive learning environments for students with special needs to the Macquarie Park MultiLit Literacy Centre as the dedicated manager.
Literacy Centre Manager – Bella Vista
BTeaching (Early Childhood), Grad Cert Literacy, Grad Cert Learning Difficulties
Margaret brings more than 25 years experience in early literacy intervention and as a learning support teacher and coordinator.
All MultiLit tutors have completed or are in the process of completing studies in education, psychology, special education, speech pathology or related disciplines.
MultiLit then provides extensive training and mentoring for all tutors. Ongoing observation and feedback is conducted to ensure consistent program delivery is being achieved across all MultiLit programs.