Scott’s involvement in student leadership commenced in 1993 as president of the Junior School Council at Seaford Park Primary School.

He has since been the recipient of numerous awards for community service including the 2000 Australia Day Council Young Citizen of the Year award for Frankston City and was awarded the Centenary Medal in 2000 for his service to youth.

In 2003, he completed his Bachelor of Primary Education degree at Monash University’s Peninsula Campus and secured a teaching position at Aldercourt Primary School. In 2005, he took on the role of Student Leadership Co-ordinator and has overseen the student council at Aldercourt since. Scott joined the VISTA Executive in 2008 after invitation from David Mould to re-establish the organisation after many of the previous executive had retired from teaching.

Scott also has shares a strong interest in the use of Information and Communication Technology in education and is always seeking opportunities to combine his two passions. When his not involved in his work, he enjoys swimming, heading to the gym and drinking coffee.

joelJoel has not, to his hazy recollections, been involved in student councils when he was at school.

He has not won any awards for any community service or teaching as yet.

He has been running his school’s SRC (or Student Council) for three years now, with some success.

In 2011 he joined Scott Duncan as part of the executive of VISTA.

The podcast was his idea.

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