Genazzano College is a member of the University of Melbourne Network of Schools. This relationship has enabled staff to engage in reflection on learning and teaching and to have thinking and planning informed by world class researchers including John Hattie, Patrick Griffin and Stephen Dinham and guided by university mentors. Working closely with the University, collaborating with other educators and exposure to revolutionary research has supported a clear focus on strategies to improve learning outcomes. The work of many researchers and organizations in undertaking research, developing theoretical frameworks, learning strategies and programs for better student learning must be acknowledged as having inspired and informed the development and aims of The Genazzano Institute of Learning and Brain Sciences. These include, but are not limited to, people such as: John Hattie, Howard Gardner, Robert Marzano, Dylan Wiliam, Carol Dweck, Janet Clinton, Edward Deci, Richard Ryan, Terry Orlick and Angela Duckworth. Organisations such as the OECD’s Centre for Educational Research and Innovation, the Science of Learning Research Centre, the Centre for Educational Neuroscience, Project Zero Harvard, Evidence Based Teachers Network, Learning Sciences Institute Australia, Centre for Learning [email protected], All Kinds of Minds, and the Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning of St Andrew’s school continue to make significant and revolutionary contributions to this field.