Associate Professor Judith Miller

Deputy Head - School of Education

Judith Miller

Phone: +61 2 6773 5071

Email: jmiller7@une.edu.au

Biography

Judith is one of three Deputy Heads of School and has oversight of Research for the School of Education. She is the current Network Leader for Rural and Remote Education and has a strong research and teaching profile in Health and Physical Education pedagogy, particularly in rural and remote settings. Currently supervising a Ph.D. candidate in Health Literacy and a Masters of Education (Research) student for leadership styles and intergenerational characteristics. Judy is co-supervising two Ph.D. Candidates from Bhutan to inform both policy and practice of inclusion in Bhutanese schools.

Qualifications

BSc (PE), BSc (History) (PSU Oregon), BEd (Hons) (NE), Ph.D. (NE)

Memberships

AARE - Australian Association for Research in Education
AARE - Co-convenor of the Health and Physical Education Special Interest Group (2013-15)
ACHPER - Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation
BERA - British Education Research Association
ISfTE - International Society for Teacher Education

Teaching Areas

Personal Development, Health and Physical Education Pedagogy for Primary School-aged Children.

Publications

Recent publications include:

Books
 
Callcott, D., Miller, J. & Wilson-Gahan, S. (2015), Health and Physical Education: Preparing educators for the future. 2nd Edition, Cambridge University Press. Port Melbourne, Vic. ISBN 978-1-107-44612-0.

Bush Tracks: The Opportunities and Challenges of Rural Teaching and Leadership. (2015), Lorraine Graham and Judith Miller Editors ISBN: 978-94-6300-095-6, Sense Publishing Rotterdam, The Netherlands 172 pages.

Callcott, D., Miller, J. & Wilson-Gahan, S. (2012), Health and Physical Education: Preparing educators for the future. Cambridge University Press. Port Melbourne, Vic. ISBN 978110760817.

Book Chapters
 
Miller, J. ‘Introduction to Pre-service Teacher Education’, Chapter 1 in Callcott, D., Miller, J. & Wilson-Gahan, S. (2015), Health and Physical Education: Preparing educators for the future. (pp. 1-14) 2nd Edition. Cambridge University Press. Port Melbourne, Vic. ISBN 978110760817.

Miller, J. ‘Pedagogy’, Chapter 5 in Callcott, D., Miller, J. & Wilson-Gahan, S. (2015), Health and Physical Education: Preparing educators for the future. (pp. 83-103) Cambridge University Press. Port Melbourne, Vic. ISBN 978110760817.

Miller, J. ‘ICT and General Capabilities in the Australian Curriculum’, Chapter 7 in Callcott, D., Miller, J. & Wilson-Gahan, S. (2015), Health and Physical Education: Preparing educators for the future (pp. 127-142). Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978110760817. Port Melbourne, Vic

Graham, L. & Miller, J. (2015) A Model for Collaborative Research. in Bush Tracks: The Opportunities and Challenges of Rural Teaching and Leadership. Lorraine Graham and Judith Miller, (eds), Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. ISBN: 978-94-6300-095-6. (pp 1-10).

Noone, G., & Miller, J. (2015) Methodologies: Exploring the Intimate. in Bush Tracks: The Opportunities and Challenges of Rural Teaching and Leadership. Lorraine Graham and Judith Miller, (eds), Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. ISBN: 978-94-6300-095-6. (pp 25-40).

Graham, L., Miller, J. & Paterson, D. (2015) Accelerated Leadership in Rural Schools. in Bush Tracks: The Opportunities and Challenges of Rural Teaching and Leadership. Lorraine Graham and Judith Miller, (eds), Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. ISBN: 978-94-6300-095-6. (pp 91-104).

Miller, J., Graham, L. & Al-Awiwe, A. (2015) Late Career Women Leaders in Rural Schools. in Bush Tracks: The Opportunities and Challenges of Rural Teaching and Leadership. Lorraine Graham and Judith Miller, (eds), Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. ISBN: 978-94-6300-095-6. (pp 105-118).

Miller, J. & Graham, L. (2015) Taking the Bush Track Home. in Bush Tracks: The Opportunities and Challenges of Rural Teaching and Leadership Lorraine Graham and Judith Miller, (eds), Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. ISBN: 978-94-6300-095-6. (pp 157-164).

McNeil, E., Miller, J., & Littledyke, M. (2015) Health and Physical Education – Education for Sustainability in the Primary Curriculum: A guide for Teachers. Neil Taylor, Francis Quinn and Chris Eames, (eds,) (pp 247-265) Chapter 12. Sense Publishing Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Taylor, N., Quinn, F. & Miller, J. (2014), Sex Education and science: Is science in schools the place to teach, education? Forget it! in Debates in Science Education. Mike Watts (ed), Routledge Press Debates in Subject Teaching Series. Series editors Susan Capel, James Arthur, John Moss and Jon Davison. ISBN: 978-0-415-65829-4 (pp 190-204).

Miller, J. ‘Introduction to Pre-service Teacher Education’, Chapter 1 in Callcott, D., Miller, J. & Wilson-Gahan, S. (2012), Health and Physical Education: Preparing educators for the future. Cambridge University Press. Port Melbourne, Vic. ISBN 978110760817. (pp. 1-14).

Miller, J. ‘Pedagogy’, Chapter 5 in Callcott, D., Miller, J. & Wilson-Gahan, S. (2012), Health and Physical Education: Preparing educators for the future. Cambridge University Press. Port Melbourne, Vic. ISBN 978110760817. (pp. 77-97).

Miller, J. ‘ICT and General Capabilities in the Australian Curriculum’, Chapter 7 in Callcott, D., Miller, J. & Wilson-Gahan, S. (2012), Health and Physical Education: Preparing educators for the future. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978110760817. Port Melbourne, Vic (pp. 121-136).

Freak, A, Miller, J. & Haynes, J. (2010), ‘Continuing Development in Teacher Education through Research Using Researcher-developed Instruments’, International Research in Teacher Education: Current Perspectives. W. Halloway & J. Maurer (eds.). ISBN: 978-0-908244-80-5 (pp. 185-198).

Refereed Journal Articles

In press
Freak, A., & Miller, J. Magnifying pre-service generalist teachers’ perceptions of preparedness to teach primary school physical education: an empirically-based tool. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy. (Accepted for publication online in November, 2015).
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/17408989.2015.1112775

Under Review
Haynes, J., Miller, J. & Varea, V. (2015) Pre-service generalist teachers approach to teaching Physical Education through Teacher Biography. Australian Journal for Teacher Education (accepted for publication October 2015).

In progress
Haynes, J., Miller, J. & Varea, V. (2015) A Move to Improve: Enhancing Pre-Service Generalist Teachers’ Experiences and Preparation to Teach Physical Education. Asia Pacific Journal of Teacher Education. (Under review)

Published
Miller, J., Haynes, J., & Pennington, J. (2015) ‘A Partnership aimed at Improving Health and Physical Education at a Rural School: Impacts on pupils, university students, teachers and academics. Australian & International Journal of Rural Education, Vol. 25(2), pp. 56-72.

Haynes, J. & Miller, J. (2015), ‘Preparing pre-service primary school teachers to assess fundamental movement skills: two skills and two approaches. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy Published online 10th April 2014 DOI:10.1080/17408989.2014.892064 Vol 20(4) 397-408.

Miller, J., Graham, L., & Al-Awiwe, A. (2014), Fast Track, Bush Track: Late career female rural school leaders taking the slow road. Australian and International Journal of Rural Education 24(1) 91-102.

Miller, J., Graham, L., & Pennington, J. (2013), The nexus of knowledge and behaviour for school-aged children: Implementation of Health Education Programs and a Nutritional Symbol System. Asia-Pacific Journal of Health, Sport and Physical Education. 4(3) 217-234.

Miller, J., Haynes, J. & Wangdi, L. (2013), ‘Gross National Happiness through Gross National Healthiness: Cross cultural approaches of pre-service teacher education through school students’ health education’. Journal of the International Society for Teacher Education 17(1) pp. 149-158.
 
Miller, J., Puglisi, L. & Perry, L. (2012), ‘Implementing change to arrest the decline in moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) for adolescent girls in two rural and regional high schools: A case study approach’. Australian and International Journal of Rural Education 22(3) pp. 53-72.
 
Lubans D.R., Okely A.D., Morgan P.J., Cotton W., Puglisi L. & Miller J. (2012), ‘Description and evaluation of a social cognitive model of physical activity behaviour tailored for adolescent girls’. Health Education Research 27(1) pp. 115-128. ERA = A, IF = 2.146.