Research Supervision

What does it mean to teach history well? Exploring the practice architectures of exemplary history teaching - PhD, completed 2019

'Quality' feminist teaching in a time of neoliberalism - BA/BEd(Hons), 2018 (Hons I, University Medal)

Magnifying the Teacher Experience with Curriculum Integration - MEd(Research), completed 2018

Toward a theory of Pedagogical Change: The role of Leadership and Teacher Professional Learning - PhD, completed 2017

A framing analysis of the West Australian Independent Public Schools initiative - BEd(Hons), 2015 (Hons I, University Medal)

The Sustainability of Collaborative Teacher Professional Learning - PhD, completed 2014

Learning Management Systems and Improved Pedagogy - PhD, completed 2014

Research and Analysis on the Use of ICT in Early Childhood Education Settings in Shanghai China - PhD, completed 2014

Beyond ‘Critical Gobbledygook’: Finding a Place for Critical Literacy in the Australian Curriculum (English) - BTeach(Sec)/BA Hons, 2013 (Hons I, University Medal)

I supervise Honours, Masters and Doctoral students in the areas of sociology of education, education policy, teacher professional learning, curriculum and pedagogy, and I’m always happy to talk through ideas with prospective students. Some of my students’ completed projects are...

Information about undertaking a Higher Degree by Research - a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Education, Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Education or Master of Education (Research) at the University of Sydney can be found here.