MR Guy Logan

MR Guy Logan


  • Autism (pedagogy)
  • Evidence-based practice in teaching and learning (pedagogy)



  • Guy is a lecturer and researcher in the Learning Intervention Team. He focusses on translating the learning sciences to the needs of diverse learners. Guy holds a BSc in Psychology (MBPsS), a PGCE (QTS –Early Years & Primary) and a Master of Education (SLD). After a decade of working in private practice with a range of learners, their families and schools he relocated to Australia in 2009. With experience as a therapist, clinician, learning centre director, specialist and mainstream teacher in primary, secondary and tertiary settings Guy’s multi-disciplinary background is reflected in courses authored and curated to enable educators and psychologists make positive evidence informed decisions that lead to improved outcomes for all learners. He is passionate about finding the missing link between philosophy of mind, developmental psychology and evidence-based pedagogy, so if you know where it is he’d be very keen to speak with you.   


Member of

  • British Psychological Society. Graduate Member (MBPsS) 2014 -
  • Victorian Institute of Teaching. Full membership from 2010, endorsed as Special Educator 2012 2010 -



Education and training

  • MEd (SLD), University of Melbourne 2012
  • PGCE, Roehampton Univeristy 2009
  • BSc(hons), Kingston University 2000

Awards and honors

  • Mair Isobell Coller Award, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, 2012



Available for supervision

  • N

Supervision Statement

  • As a PhD student himself, Guy is able to supervise at the Master level, and co-supervise appropriate doctoral studies.