Dr Anne-Marie Morgan

Head of School - School of Education

Anne-Marie Morgan

Phone: +61 2 6773 3716

Email: hosedu@une.edu.au

Biography

Anne-Marie Morgan is Head of School in the School of Education. Anne-Marie manages the School’s People and Culture portfolio, with stewardship of wellbeing and professional support initiatives within the School. She also contributes to a number of University committees and initiatives, including University wide languages and cultures education, and the VC Scholars program.

Anne-Marie is a member of the English, Literacies and Languages Education (ELLE) teaching team. Within this group, she specialises in Languages and Literacy Education. She is also an active member of the Languages, Literacies and Literature (LLL) Research Network, and an interschool Languages consortium, with colleagues from Linguistics in the School of Behavioural, Cognitive and Social Sciences; Languages in the School of Arts; English in the School of Humanities; and ESL in the English Languages Centre. Prior to working in universities, Anne-Marie had over 20 years of experience in school teaching and educational consultancy, in the Arts, English, ESL and Languages education. Before teaching, she worked in the theatre and other performing arts, after graduating from NIDA in the early 1980s.

Anne-Marie is actively involved in community and industry work for the profession, including being President Elect of the peak umbrella association for teachers of languages, the AFMLTA; and for languages teaching, as a member of LCNAU; and for literacy education through being vice President of the Northern NSW regional Council of ALEA. She frequently represents the profession with governments, education jurisdictions and education agencies. She is currently advising on introducing primary languages teaching specialisations in teaching degrees, through the NSW Council of Deans of Education.

Qualifications

PhD (Flinders)
(Grad)DipHum (Asian Studies and Drama) (1st class Hons status) (Flinders)
GradCertED (Studies of Asia) (Flinders)
BTeach (Primary and Secondary) (Deakin)
BDramArt (NIDA) (UNSW)

Memberships

AFMLTA- Australian Federation of Modern Language Teachers Associations - President Elect    
LCNAU- Languages and Cultures Network of Australian Universities
MLTANSW- Modern Language Teachers Association of NSW  
PETAA - Primary English Teaching Association Australia  
ALEA - Australian Literacy Educators' Association –Vice-President, Northern NSW Council

Teaching Areas

Unit Coordinator:

EDLA 385               Languages Teaching 1
EDLA 386               Languages Teaching 2
EDLA 330               Teaching Languages in the Primary School
EDLA 315               Teaching in a Bilingual Context
EDUC 497              Special Topic in Education (Enhanced Teacher Training Program)

Research Interests

Language & literacy development
Languages and Literacy pedagogy and assessment
Intercultural languages teaching and learning
Plurilingualism and pedagogies and community support for plurilingual communities
Working with professional standards and curricula for languages teaching and learning
Disciplinary literacies, literacy across the curriculum
Asian studies and the teaching and learning of Indonesian
Performing arts in Australia; interculturalism in the performing arts
Research partnerships with teachers and pre-service teachers

Major research project involvement (since 2006) 

Use of interactive multimedia technology in English Language Teaching: Impact on pedagogy, practice and student learning, DVCR Major Equipment Grant, UNE (2013-2015) ($53,000)

Engaging teachers of languages with the Australian Curriculum: Languages. A pilot study, Internal Research Grant, School of Education, UNE (2013-2016)($3000)

New literacy demands in the middle years: learning from design experiments, ARC Linkage (2010-2014) ($243,000)

Education students’ initial understandings about literacy, Internal Research Grant, UniSA (2012) ($2000)

More Leaps: Mentoring and Reflecting for Languages Teachers using Professional Standards (AFMLTA, RCLC at UniSA and state/territory language teacher associations) Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (2009-2013) ($500,000)

Student achievement in Asian languages education (SAALE) project, Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (2009-2010) ($1,100,000)

Professional standards project (Phase 2) (with Australian Federation of Modern Language Teachers Associations), Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (2009-2010) ($190,000 UniSA)

A guide to the teaching, learning and assessing of languages in the 21st century,

Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (2007-2009) ($252,000)

Professional standards project (Phase 1) (with Australian Federation of Modern Language Teachers Associations), Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (2007-2008) ($476,000 (UniSA) $1,430,000 total)

Assessing the intercultural in language learning, ARC Linkage (2006-2009) ($160,000)

Intercultural language teaching and learning in practice (ILTLP) project, Department of Education, Science and Training (2006-2008) ($2,300,000)

Investigation into the state and nature of languages education in Australian schools, Department of Education, Science and Training (2006-2007) ($80,000)

Collaborative community and industry research projects

Aligning industry professional standards ESA, AFMLTA, (2016) ($10,000)

Ready, Set, Plan, Professional Learning for Teachers of Languages using the Australian Curriculum AFMLTA (2015-2016) ($150,000)

Ready Set Go, Professional Learning for Teachers of Languages using the Australian Curriculum AFMLTA (2014-2015) ($200,000)

Literacy in the Middle Years consultancy Catholic Education Brisbane (2014) ($4,000)

Development of professional learning modules for Indonesian and Japanese, ESA Language Learning Space (AFMLTA), consultation on other ESA work Education Services Australia (2014-2015) ($80,000)

Webinar program contributor/presenter Education Services Australia (2013) ($10,000)

National action research project- using ESA Language Learning Space materials (AFMLTA) Education Services Australia (2013) ($17,000)

Development of Professional Learning Modules (AFMLTA) Education Services Australia (2012) ($25,000)

Mentoring Early Career Languages Teachers (MLTASA) CEASA (2012) ($6,000)

Publications

Books

Morgan, A, Comber, B, Freebody, P & Nixon, H 2014, Literacy in the middle years: Learning from collaborative classroom research, Sydney, PETAA.

Kohler, M, Morgan, A & Harbon, L 2010. Dari Kami ke Kita 1: Student Book. Melbourne. Nelson –Cengage Learning International Inc.

Morgan, A, Kohler, M & Harbon, L 2010, Dari Kami ke Kita 1: Workbook. Melbourne. Nelson –Cengage Learning International Inc.

Morgan, A, Kohler, M & Harbon, L, 2010, Dari Kami ke Kita 1: Teacher Resource Book. Melbourne. Nelson –Cengage Learning International Inc.

Morgan, A, Kohler, M & Harbon, L, 2010, Dari Kami ke Kita 2: Student Book. Melbourne. Nelson –Cengage Learning International Inc.

Morgan, A, Kohler, M & Harbon, L, 2011, Dari Kami ke Kita 2: Workbook. Melbourne. Nelson –Cengage Learning International Inc.

Morgan, A, Kohler, M & Harbon, L, 2011, Dari Kami ke Kita 2: Teacher Resource Book. Melbourne. Nelson –Cengage Learning International Inc.

Book Chapters

Freebody, P, Morgan, A, Comber, B & Nixon, H, 2014, ‘Literacy research: A middle years project’, in A.Morgan, B.Comber, P.Freebody & H. Nixon, Literacy in the middle years: Learning from collaborative classroom research, pp. 1-14, Sydney, PETAA.

Frebody, P & Morgan, A, 2014. ‘Curriculum-specific literacy: Expanding the repertoire’, in A.Morgan, B.Comber, P.Freebody & H. Nixon, Literacy in the middle years: Learning from collaborative classroom research, pp. 51-73, Sydney, PETAA.

Morgan, A 2014, ‘Literacy in the digital domain’, in A.Morgan, B.Comber, P.Freebody & H. Nixon, Literacy in the middle years: Learning from collaborative classroom research, pp. 74-88, Sydney, PETAA.

Morgan, A 2014, ‘Reading and writing Science: A whole school approach’, in A.Morgan, B.Comber, P.Freebody & H. Nixon, Literacy in the middle years: Learning from collaborative classroom research, pp.109-131, Sydney, PETAA.

Comber, B, Morgan, A & Freebody, P 2014, ‘Collaborative literacy research and why it matters’, in A.Morgan, B.Comber, P.Freebody & H. Nixon, Literacy in the middle years: Learning from collaborative classroom research, pp. 132-141, Sydney, PETAA.

Monograph

Morgan, A 2001, Javanese gamelan: instruments, music and notation, Adelaide, Association of Independent Schools South Australia

Reports and Professional Learning Materials

Morgan, A. 2014, AFMLTA welcomes the release of the Australian Curriculum: Languages in Babel 49(1)   36-37

Scarino, A, Liddicoat, AJ, Crichton, J, Curnow, TC, Kohler, M, Loechel, K, Mercurio, N, Morgan, A, Papademetre, L & Scrimgeour, A 2008, The Professional Standards Project: Languages, Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, Canberra.

Scarino, A, Liddicoat, AJ, Crichton, J, Kohler, M, Loechel, K, Mercurio, N, Morgan, A & Scrimgeour, A 2008, Teaching and learning languages: a guide. Online professional learning materials, www.tllg.unisa.edu.au Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, Canberra.

Scarino, A, Liddicoat, AJ, Carr, J, Crichton, J, Crozet, C, Curnow, TC, Kohler, M, Loechel, K, Mercurio, N, Morgan, A, Papademetre, L & Scrimgeour, A 2007, Intercultural language, teaching and learning in practice (ILTLP) Project, Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, Canberra.

Liddicoat, AJ, Scarino, A, Curnow, TJ, Kohler, M, Scrimgeour, A & Morgan, A 2007, ‘An investigation into the state and nature of languages in Australian schools’, Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, Canberra.

Refereed journal articles (sine 2008)

Evans, J. & Morgan, A. (in press for publication February 2016) Teacher and university educator perspectives on teaching languages in rural settings: A sonata form case study. Journal of national and international rural education.

Absalom, M., Morgan, A & Scrimgeour, A (in press, for 2015 imprint) Issues and insights: Referencing language teacher needs in professional learning from the AFMLTA 2015 conference, Melbourne. Babel, 50:2.

Morgan, A (in press for 2015 imprint). Online communities of practice for pre-service languages teachers. Babel, 50:2.

Morgan, A., Absalom, M. & Scrimgeour, A. (2014) Addressing language teacher professional learning needs: An evaluation of the AFMLTA national conference, Canberra 2013.  Babel, 49 (2).

Morgan, A. & Saunders, S. (2014). Exploring mentoring models for building leadership capacity among languages educators, New Zealand Language Teacher  40, 20-31.

Morgan, A (2013) ‘Connecting lives and learning: developing intercultural language programs for learner engagement, motivation and success’, Selected papers of the 22nd International Symposium in English Teaching, English Teachers Association of the Republic of China

Morgan, A (2013) ‘There’s more than one way to skin a cat: Reflecting on the More Leaps project’, Babel, Vol. 48, no 1, pp. 30-38.

Morgan, A (2013) ‘Proof of concept: using design based research (DBR) for improving science curriculum literacy in the middle years’ Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, Vol. 36, no.1.

Morgan, A 2012, ‘Subject-specific literacies and transition in the middle years’: examples of teacher thinking, research and practice’, Literacy Learning: the Middle Years, Vol 20, No. 3, pp.39-51.

Morgan, A 2012, ‘Early learner language needs: piggy-backing second language learning on first or dominant language curriculum’, New Zealand Language Teacher, Vol 38, pp. 7-17

Morgan, A 2012, ‘'Me as a science teacher': responding to a small network survey to assist teachers with subject-specific literacy demands in the middle years of schooling’, Australian Journal of Teacher Education, Vol 37, No. 6, pp. 1-12; 74-85.

Absalom, M & Morgan, A 2012, ‘What language teachers want – considering the evaluation of the AFMLTA 18th biennial conference’, Babel, Vol 47, no. 1, pp. 32-40

Morgan, A 2012,‘Teaching science in the primary school:  surveying teacher wellbeing and planning for survival’, Teaching Science, Vol 58, No 3, pp. 14-21.

Morgan, A, 2011, ‘Language, literacy, literature: using storytelling in the languages classroom’, Babel, Vol. 46, No.2/3. Pp.20-29.

Morgan, A, 2011, ‘Languages education in the Asia‐Pacific region: a response to the 2011 RCLC symposium’ Babel, Vol. 46, No.2/3, pp. 48-55.

Morgan, A, Kohler, M & Harbon, L 2011, ‘Developing intercultural language learning textbooks: methodological trends, engaging with the intercultural construct, and personal reflections on the process’ IARTEM e-Journal, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 20-51.

Morgan, A & Mercurio, N 2010, ‘Exploring the teaching-learning interface in developing intercultural interactions from textbook activities’, Babel, Vol. 44, No.4/5.

Morgan, A 2010, ‘Me, myself, I: Developing concepts of self and identity in early years language classrooms’, Babel, Vol. 44, No. 4/5.

Morgan, A 2010, ‘Professional Standards for Australian teachers of languages: context, processes and projects’, Babel, Vol. 44, No. 2, pp. 4-11.

Morgan, A 2009, ‘Reviewing South Australian ESL programs and services: implications for teachers and learners at senior secondary levels’, TESOL in Context, Vol. 19. No. 2, pp. 18-33.

Morgan, A 2009, ‘Who wants to talk about languages’, Babel, Vol. 43, No. 2, pp. 36-38.

Morgan, A 2009, ‘Issues Analysis Tasks for Year 12 ESL Studies in the South Australian Curriculum’, Internet TESL Journal, Vol. 15, no.2.

Morgan, A 2008, ‘Developing programming for intercultural languages teaching and learning: insights from project team feedback’, Babel, Vol. 43, No. 1, pp. 10-12, 35.

Morgan, A 2008, ‘The importance of questioning, and questions for consideration, in programming for intercultural language teaching and learning’, Babel, Vol 43, No 1, pp. 13-17.

Morgan, A 2008 ‘Before’ and ‘after’: developments in intercultural programming arising from a feedback process, Babel, Vol 43, No 1, 23-30, 33.

Non-refereed journal articles, reviews and editorials

Morgan, A. (2013). Aligning  AFMLTA and AITSL standards. Accents. 2 (2). 18-21.

Morgan, A. (2015). Editorial. Babel 50 (1), 2.

Morgan, A. (2014). Editorial. Babel 49 (3), 2.

Morgan, A. (2014). Editorial. Babel 49 (2), 2.

Morgan, A. (2014) Editorial. Babel 49 (1), 2.

Morgan, A. (2013). Editorial. Babel 48 (2-3), 2.

Morgan, A. (2013). Editorial. Babel 48 (1), 2.

Morgan, A. (2012). Editorial. Babel 47 (3), 2.

Morgan, A. (2012). Editorial. Babel 47 (2), 2.

Morgan, A. (2012). Editorial. Babel 47 (1), 2.

Morgan, A 2013, ‘Aligning AFMLTA and AITSL standards for languages teaching’, Accents, Vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 18-21.

Morgan, A 2013, ‘Comparing the AFMLTA and AITSL standards for language teachers’, Languages Victoria, Vol 17, No. 2, pp. 10-20.

Morgan, A 2012, ‘AFMLTA lead language teacher standards’, Languages Victoria, Vol 16, No. 2, pp. 8-18.

Morgan, A 2010, ‘Engaging with America’, Inside Indonesia, no. 101.

Morgan, A. (2014). Review of ‘Challenging the monolingual mindset: Reconsidering Australia’s “language potential”’. Babel 49 (2). 48-50.

In progress

Morgan, A. Using storysacks to enhance early pre-service teacher language awareness, for Australian Journal of Language and Literacy

Morgan, A. A ‘communities of practice’ model for language teacher preparation, chapter for book, A. Morgan, M. Absalom & A. Scrimgeour (eds.) Pedagogies for a plurilingual Australia, under negotiation with CUP.

Morgan, A & Absalom, M.  Putting in place pedagogies to recognise a plurilingual Australia, chapter for book, A. Morgan, M. Absalom & A. Scrimgeour (eds.) Pedagogies for a plurilingual Australia, under negotiation with CUP.

Morgan, A., Feez, S. & Ellis, E. (Eds.). Plurilingualism down under:  Progress on busting the monolingual mindset, edited book, currently under negotiation with CUP.

Feez, S. & Morgan, A. Examining and documenting current practices, perspectives and potential for a plurilingual Australia, chapter for book, A.Morgan, S. Feez & E. Ellis (Eds.) Plurilingualism down under:  Progress on busting the monolingual mindset, currently under negotiation with CUP.

Morgan, A. Towards plurilingualism: Reconceptualisng language teaching in Australian schools, chapter for book, A.Morgan, S. Feez & E. Ellis (Eds.) Plurilingualism down under:  Progress on busting the monolingual mindset, currently under negotiation with CUP.

Morgan, A. ,Feez, S. & Ellis, E. How far have we come in busting the monolingual mindset down under? chapter for book, A.Morgan, S. Feez & E. Ellis (Eds.) Plurilingualism down under:  Progress on busting the monolingual mindset, currently under negotiation with CUP.

Conference presentations (from 2007)

‘Perspectives on plurilingualism’, keynote panel, AFMLTA conference Melbourne, 2015.

‘Communities of practice in languages teacher education’, AFMLTA conference, Melbourne, 2015.

‘Languages educators in rural settings: A sonata form conversation’, SPERA conference, UNE, Armidale, October 2014

‘Using storysacks to promote practical literacy skills with pre-service literacy teachers’, paper with Di Hansford, ALEA conference, Darwin, July 2014

‘Middle years literacy: Where the rubber meets the road’, paper with Peter Freebody, ALEA conference, Darwin, July 2014

‘Mentoring approaches for languages educators’, New Zealand Association of Languages Teachers conference, Palmerston North, New Zealand, July 2014

‘Australian Curriculum: Languages’ Invited Master class, AEF conference, Sydney, June 2014

’Communities of place’, UNE June 2014

‘Collaborative language education programs (education and arts)’, UNE May 2014

‘Literacy in the middle years’, Invited Keynote Presentation, Brisbane Catholic Education Year 7 to Secondary conference, Brisbane, May 2014

‘Programming for differentiated language learning’, UNE Parramatta April 2014

‘The Australian Curriculum: Languages background and relevance to language teacher education’, UNE Parramatta April 2014

‘Pre-service teachers understanding of literacy’, AARE conference, Adelaide, December 2013

‘Professional learning opportunities for languages educators’, invited paper, ALAP program languages workshop, Parramatta, November 2013

‘Inquiry for Asian languages educators’, Education Services Australia invited webinar, November 2013.

‘Design-based research for teacher inquiry in education’, invited research paper, UNE School of Education, English, Languages and Literacy Education research team, November 2013

‘Connecting lives and learning’ Invited keynote, English Teachers Association, Republic of China, November 2013.

‘Developing intercultural language programs’, invited workshop, English Teachers Association, Republic of China, November 2013.

‘Ethics for school research’, invited paper, UNE School of Education writing retreat, October 2013.

‘Teaching text-based languages programs’, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Bandung August 2013

‘Considering alternative pedagogies for English education in foreign contexts’, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Bandung August 2013

‘English as a foreign language programs for Indonesian schools’, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Bandung August 2013

‘Genre based learning for languages education’, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Bandung August 2013

‘More Leaps project’, AFMLTA conference, Canberra July 2013

‘Collaborative design-based research on literacy- and why it matters’, invited keynote panel presentation, AEU Middle Years conference, Adelaide, 16 November 2012

‘AFMLTA lead language teacher standards’, Modern Language Teacher Association of Victoria networking evening, September 2012

‘Getting More Leaps off the ground’, Modern Language Teachers Association of SA Annual Conference, Adelaide, 1 September 2012

‘Mentoring early career teachers project’, Modern Language Teachers Association of SA Annual Conference, Adelaide, 1 September 2012

‘CEASA, professional learning and professional standards: reflections and future directions’, CEASA AGM, Adelaide, 29 August 2012

‘Local and national overview of languages education’, invited keynote address, Indonesian Teachers Association of South Australia, 18 August 2012

‘Global, national and state-based pressures for teachers in Australian schools: the toll on teacher wellbeing, the capacity to innovate and opportunities for democratic and socially just education’, ISA conference, Buenos Aires Argentina, 1-4 August 2012

‘Subject-specific literacies and transition issues’, ALEA National Conference, Sydney, 6-9 July 2012

‘What language teachers want’, NZALT conference, Rotorua, New Zealand, 3 July 2012

‘Early learner language needs: considering second language learning in light of first or dominant language teaching approaches’, NZ Association of Language Teachers, Rotorua, 2 July 2012

‘Teacher wellbeing: an interactive workshop’, AEU Middle Years Conference, Adelaide, 11 November 2011

Response to the Minister, World Teachers Day, 28 October 2011, Education Development Centre, Adelaide

‘Collaborative partnerships between secondary and tertiary languages educators’, LCNAU colloquium, Melbourne 26 September 2011

‘Early learners’ exploration of pronoun use’, INTAN annual conference 17  September 2011

Official reply to address by Keith Bartley, CEO of DECS, CEASA AGM, 7 September 2011

Cerita: how do we tell our stories?’ AFMLTA Biennial Conference, Darwin 6-9 July 2011

‘Enriching understandings of the contribution of language background and time-on-task to school achievement in Asian languages’, AFMLTA Biennial Conference, Darwin 6-9 July 2011

‘Developing intercultural textbooks’, AFMLTA Biennial Conference, Darwin 6-9 July 2011

‘Intercultural language teaching and learning: a view from “Downunder”’, 2nd International Conference of Intercultural Studies, Centre for Intercultural Studies (CEI), Instituto Superior de Contabilidade e Administração do Porto (ISCAP), Porto, Portugal, 25-27 May 2011

‘Developing intercultural teaching and learning resources’ Catholic Education and AISSA Indonesian immersion day, Adelaide 20 September 2010

‘Remembering Rendra’ Australian Society of Indonesian Language Educators conference Canberra, 28 & 29 October 2010

‘Dari kami ke kita’ Australian Society of Indonesian Language Educators conference Canberra, 28 & 29 October 2010

‘Engaging learners in intercultural resources’, Indonesian teachers association annual conference, Adelaide, 14 August 2010

‘Remembering Rendra’, Indonesian teachers association annual conference, Adelaide, 14 August 2010

‘Methodological considerations in developing intercultural textbooks’ , New Zealand Languages Teacher Association biennial conference, Queenstown NZ, 4-7 July 2010.

‘Intercultural language teaching and learning’ Western Australian Indonesian Language Teachers Association annual conference, Perth, 8 May 2010

AFMLTA representative AITSL national consultation forum Melbourne March 2010

AFMLTA representative at National Education Forum, Adelaide February 2010

‘Developing intercultural textbooks: Dari Kami ke Kita’, Victorian Indonesian Language Teachers Association annual conference, Melbourne, 5 March 2010

‘Methodological consideration in developing intercultural textbooks’. Global Language Convention, Melbourne, 10 April 2010 (Refereed conference paper)

‘Intercultural language teaching and learning’, AISSA and Catholic Education Office South

Australia, 27 August & 18 September 2009

‘Me, myself, I: exploring conceptions of self and others in Indonesian names and pronouns with early learners’, RCLC seminar series, 19 October 2009.

‘Adopting and intercultural approach to textbook writing: Dari kami ke kita, Years 7-10 series, Four Seasons languages conference, Adelaide, 22 August 2009.

‘Exploring the teaching-learning interface in developing intercultural interactions from textbook activities’, AFMLTA national conference Dialogue, Discourse, Diversity 10 July 2009.

‘Me, myself, I: exploring conceptions of self and others in Indonesian names and pronouns with early learners’ AFMLTA national conference Dialogue, Discourse, Diversity 11 July 2009.

‘Professional Standards for Indonesian language teaching: conception, practice and reflection’, Australian Society of Indonesian Language Educators (ASILE) conference, Sydney, 16 July 2009.

Dari kami ke kita Indonesian textbook series for Years 7-10: an overview’. Australian Society of Indonesian Language Educators (ASILE) conference, Sydney, 17 July 2009.

‘Workshopping Exploring the teaching-learning interface indeveloping intercultural interactions  from textbook activities’. RCLC seminar series, 30 March 2009.

‘Commencing dialogue with the Sampoerna Foundation Teaching Institute’, presentation for staff of SFTI, Jakarta, Indonesia, 18 March 2009

‘National training workshop’, Professional Standards project Train the trainer national workshop South Australia, 26-28 March 2008

‘Intercultural language teaching and learning’, AISSA, South Australia, 13 August 2008 ‘A review of the literature’, A guide to the teaching and learning of languages in Australia  in the 21st century National Consultation Workshop, Adelaide, 4-5

June 2007 Intercultural language teaching and learning in practice project State conferences Western Australia and South Australia, and NationalTraining Workshop, SA, 31 April-2 May 2007, 27 August 2007

‘Intercultural language teaching and learning’, Panel presentation with M. Kohler, T. Liddicoat, Loechel, & A. ScarinoAustralian Federation of Modern Language Teachers Associations National Conference, Perth, 13 July 2007

‘Theory and practice: current professional learning programmes’, Annual Indonesian Teachers’ Conference, South Australia, 17 August 2007

‘Beyond “tolerance”’‘, Workshop presentation ‘Disciplinary Perspectives’ Panel presentation and plenary National Values Education Forum, Melbourne, 30 August 2007

Research Supervision Experience

Higher Degree Research Supervision

Jennifer Gordon, MEd Research, The use of Readers’ Theatre for Intercultural Language Teaching and Learning, Graduated October 2015 (Supervisors: Anne-Marie Morgan, Mary Macken-Horarik).

Liz McKenna, MEd Research, Teachers' fidelity of implementation of Inquiry based learning in the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program classroom, expected completion 2016 (Supervisors: Anne-Marie Morgan, Michelle Bannister-Tyrell, Rob Whanell)

Peter Johnson, EdD, Teaching handwriting in the primary school, expected completion December 2016 (Supervisors: Susan Feez, Anne-Marie Morgan, Helen Edwards)

Miyako Matsui, MEd Research, Parental Involvement in Second Generation Immigrant Children’s Japanese Language Maintenance, expected completion date 2018 (Suervisors: Anne-Marie Morgan, Vegnes Maniam, Devo Devrim)

Sung Leei, PhD, Incorporating cultural elements effectively in Curriculum design, Instruction and Assessment for Chinese second language education, expected completion 2018 (Supervisors: Isabel Tasker, Anne-Marie Morgan)

Jumli Alam Mapgum, PhD, The Encountered Problems by Indonesian Researchers when Submitting of scientific articles into “ISI Knowledge or Scopus” International Journals, expected completion2018 (Supervisors: Zifirdaus Adnan, Anne-Marie Morgan)

Vu Ti Loan, PhD, An investigation into the Australian Curriculum: Languages and Vietnamese English curriculum at the primary school level: Contribution to the Education Reform Project in Vietnam. Expected completion 2018 (Supervisors: Thu Ngo, Anne-Marie Morgan)