Associate Professor Linley Cornish

Chair, Teaching and Learning - School of Education

Linley Cornish

Phone: +61 2 6773 3458

Email: lcornis2@une.edu.au

Biography

Linley Cornish is a member of the Learning & Teaching team within the School of Education. She specialises in learning and teaching.

Qualifications

BEc, MEd, DipEd, PhD (NE)

Teaching Areas

General units about learning and teaching - how students learn; practical strategies that help students to learn; using the Teaching Cycle to plan, teach and assess; gifted and talented education; and mixed-age teaching.

Research Interests

Multi-age classrooms; effective teaching and learning; teacher education; gifted and talented education; rural education.

Research in Progress

Evaluation and comparison of teacher and parent views of multi-grade classes (composite and staged), issues in rural schooling (such as transition to leadership, support for beginning teachers).

Publications

Publications prior to 2006 in the name of Linley Lloyd
Most publications 2006 and later in the name of Linley Cornish

Books and monographs

Jenkins, B., Jenkins, K. and Cornish, L. (2013) A Peace Education Curriculum for Bougainville. University for Peace. ISBN 978-9977-925-81-3

Cornish, L. and Garner, J. (2009, 2nd edn.) Promoting Student Learning. Sydney: Pearson Education. ISBN: 978-1-4425-1040-1

Cornish, L. and Garner, J. (2008) Promoting student learning. Sydney: Pearson Education. ISBN 978-1-4425-0091-4

Reading, C., Harris, J., Connelly, J. and Cornish, L. (2007) Professional Learning Portfolio for Teaching. Armidale, NSW: School of Education, University of New England.

Cornish, L. (ed.) (2006) Reaching EFA through multi-grade teaching: issues, contexts and practices. Armidale: Kardoorair Press. ISBN 0-908244-69-X

Reading, C., Lloyd, L. and Belford, S. (2006) Embedding ICT in Learning (EiL): Collaborative Partnerships for Rural Schools: Research report. NSW State Pilot Project for Partnerships in ICT Learning (PICTL). Armidale: The National Centre of Science, Information and Communication Technology, and Mathematics Education for Rural and Regional Australia (SiMERR). ISBN 1 86389 993 6

Reading, C., Lloyd, L. and Belford, S. (2006) Embedding ICT in Learning (EiL): Collaborative Partnerships for Rural Schools. School Project Reports. NSW State Pilot Project for Partnerships in ICT Learning (PICTL). Armidale: The National Centre of Science, Information and Communication Technology, and Mathematics Education for Rural and Regional Australia (SiMERR). ISBN 1 86389 994 4

Lloyd, L. (2001) Multigrade Attachment Training Program for Senior Professionals at the University of New England — Stage One Report. Armidale: UNE.  49 pp.

Laird, D., Maxwell, T., Lloyd, L. & Halloway, W. (2001) Report to the Director, Ministry of Health and Education, Royal Government of Bhutan, on the Bhutan Multigrade Attachment Program in Small Rural Primary Schools in New South Wales, Australia — Phase 1 and Phase 2. Armidale: UNE.  129 pp.

Bailey, S., Smith, H., Lloyd, L. & Phillipson, S. (2000) Gifted and Talented Education: Principles into Practice. Armidale: UNE. Online book — Work in Progress, at: http://www.scs.une.edu.au/gate_pip

Lloyd, L. and Bailey, S. (1997) Enrichment Units for Primary Classes, TalentEd. Department of Curriculum Studies, University of New England, Armidale, NSW. pp.155. ISBN 1 86389 454 3

Book chapters

Cornish, L. (2013) Mixed-grade elementary-school classes and student achievement. In John A.C. Hattie & Eric M. Anderman (eds.), International Guide to Student Achievement (pp. 122–124). New York and London: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-87901-9

Cornish, L. (2006) Introduction. In L. Cornish (ed.) Reaching EFA through multi-grade teaching: issues, contexts and practices (pp.1–8). Armidale: Kardoorair Press. ISBN 0-908244-69-X

Cornish, L. (2006) What is multi-grade teaching? Ch.1 in L. Cornish (ed.) Reaching EFA through multi-grade teaching: issues, contexts and practices (pp.9–26). Armidale: Kardoorair Press. ISBN 0-908244-69-X

Cornish, L. (2006) Multi-age Strategies and Multi-grade Classes. Ch.2 in L. Cornish (ed.) Reaching EFA through multi-grade teaching: issues, contexts and practices (pp.27–48). Armidale: Kardoorair Press. ISBN 0-908244-69-X

Cornish, L. and Jensen, V. (2006) Multi-grade teaching: a tool for getting girls into school. Ch.17 in L. Cornish (ed.) Reaching EFA through multi-grade teaching: issues, contexts and practices (pp.277–286). Armidale: Kardoorair Press. ISBN 0-908244-69-X

Lloyd, L. (2006) Research evidence: Does the multi-age structure improve student learning? Ch.3 in N.C. Lester and L. Constable, Multiage in a Nutshell. MultiAge Association of Queensland. ISBN 0-646-45716-0

Lloyd, L. (2004) Being a 'Reflective Practitioner' — How my beliefs about learning have influenced my teaching (and vice versa). In N.L. McCrea (ed.) Honouring our Tertiary Teaching. Armidale: University of New England. ISBN: 1 86389 897 2

Lloyd, L. (2004) Communication skills: Concept mapping. In Graduate Attribute Resource Guide; Integrating graduate attributes into undergraduate curricula (pp.60–63). Armidale: University of New England.

Lloyd, L. (1997) How to further develop your child's talents. In B. Knight & S. Bailey (eds.) Parents as Lifelong Teachers of the Gifted (pp.101–110). Melbourne: Hawker Brownlow Education. ISBN 1 86401 661 2

Journal articles and refereed conference papers

Nguyen, P.T.M., Cornish, L. and Minichiello, V. (2014) Management, Leadership and Change: Views from Rectors, Vice-Rectors and Academic staff in Vietnamese Higher Education Institutions. Asia Pacific Journal of Educational Development 3(1), 23–31. ISSN: 2304-4624

Cornish, L. (2014) Parents’ perceptions of social-emotional issues in composite classes. TalentEd 28, 13–23. ISSN 0815-8150

Bannister-Tyrrell, M., Smith, S., Merrotsy, P. & Cornish, L. (2014) Taming a 'many-headed monster': Tarricone's taxonomy of metacognition. TalentEd 28, 1–12. ISSN 0815-8150

Cornish, L. and Jenkins, K.A. (2012) Encouraging teacher development through embedding reflective practice in assessment. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education 40(2), 159–170. ISSN 1359-866X

Cornish, L. (2011) Parents’ perceptions of academic issues in composite classes. TalentEd 27, 11–19. ISSN 0815-8150

Cornish, L. (2011) Gains for rural students. ACEL Online: An e-newsletter and interactive website-based online community for Australian education leaders. Australian Council for Educational Leaders, 31 January 2011(first issue): http://www.acelleadership.org.au/acel-online/archive/last-week

Cornish, L. (2010) Multi-age classes: What's in a name? Journal of Multiage Education 4(2), 7–10. ISSN 1449-4051

Cornish, L. (2010) Multi-grade Teaching in Australia. Proceedings of Southern African Conference on Multigrade Education, Wellington/Paarl, 22–24 March.  

Cornish, L. (2010) Rural principals: Moving on, moving up. Leadership in Focus 17, Autumn, 19–21.

Cornish, L. (2009) Differentiation in mixed-grade classrooms. TalentEd 26(1 and 2), 13–22. ISSN 0815-8150

Cornish, L. (2009) Embedding metacognition in teaching and learning. 34th International Conference on Improving University Teaching: Navigating Innovations in Teaching and Learning. Vancouver, 13–17 July. Published with other refereed papers on CD.

Cornish, L., Graham, L., Hardy, J., Jenkins, K., Miller, J., Noone, G., Paterson, D., Reitano, P. and Taylor, N. (2009) Imagining the Rural Teaching Experience. Presentation at the 7th International Conference on Imagination and Education: Imagination — The Source of Creativity and Invention: Build a better world by thinking of the possible, not just the actual. IERG: Imaginative Education Research Group. Vancouver, 15–18 July. Paper published at: http://www.ierg.net/ocs/index.php/international/july2009/paper/view/659

Cornish, L. (2009) Teaching the world's children: Theory and practice in mixed-grade classes. ISFIRE (First International Symposium for Innovation in Rural Education), 11–14 February. Innovation for Equity in Rural Education, Symposium Proceedings (pp.117–126). ISBN 9781921208362. SiMERR (National Centre of Science, Information and Communication Technology, and Mathematics Education for Rural and Regional Australia). Armidale: University of New England.

Cornish, L. (2009) Situating practice in rural schools: Transience, adaptation and opportunity. ISFIRE (First International Symposium for Innovation in Rural Education), 11–14 February. Innovation for Equity in Rural Education, Symposium Proceedings (pp.108–116). ISBN 9781921208362. SiMERR (National Centre of Science, Information and Communication Technology, and Mathematics Education for Rural and Regional Australia). Armidale: University of New England.

Merrotsy, P., Cornish, L., Smith, H.J and Smith, S. (2008) Gifted and Talented: Kick 'em while they're down? Professional Educator 7(3), 38–41. ISSN 1447-3607. Australian Council for Educational Research.

Cornish, L. (2007) Creative teaching, effective learning in higher education. 32nd international conference on Improving University Teaching: The Creative Campus, Jaén, Spain, 4–7 July. Published with other refereed papers on CD.

Cornish, L., Kite, G. and Cecil, P. (2006) Promoting Thinking in a Rural Classroom with ICT and 'Learning to Learn' Strategies. Australian Computers in Education conference (acec), Cairns, 2–4 October. Published with other refereed papers on CD.

Reading, C., Cornish, L. and Belford, S. (2006) Measuring the 'value-added' contribution of embedding ICT in learning. Australian Computers in Education conference (acec), Cairns, 2–4 October. Published with other refereed papers on CD.

Cornish, L. (2006) Parents' Views of Composite Classes in an Australian Primary School. The Australian Educational Researcher 33(2), 123–142, August. ISSN 0311-6999

The Bush Tracks Research Collective (Cathryn McConaghy, Lorraine Graham, Di Bloomfield, Judith Miller, David Paterson, Linley Lloyd, Kathy Jenkins, Joy Hardy, Neil Taylor, Genevieve Noone) (2006) Bush Tracks: Exploring rural teaching transitions. Education in Rural Australia 16(2), 3–11. ISSN 1036-0026

McConaghy, C, Lloyd, L., Hardy, J. and Jenkins, K. (2006) Bush Tracks: Journeys in the development of rural pedagogies. Education in Rural Australia 16(2), 13–29. ISSN 1036-0026

Cornish, L., Kite, G. and Cecil, P. (2006) Promoting Thinking in a Rural Classroom with ICT and 'Learning to Learn' Strategies. Australian Computers in Education conference (acec), Cairns, 2–4 October. Published with other refereed papers on CD.

Reading, C., Cornish, L. and Belford, S. (2006) Measuring the 'value-added' contribution of embedding ICT in learning. Australian Computers in Education conference (acec), Cairns, 2–4 October. Published with other refereed papers on CD.

Lloyd, L. (2004) Parents' Views of Composite (Multi-grade) Classes in an Australian Primary School. International Conference on Multi-grade Teaching for All: Turning Biases into Benefits, 8–11 September, Bangkok, Thailand. Proceedings pp. 90–7.

Lloyd, L. & Both, K. (2003) De groeten uit Australië — Indrukken van multiage-groepen in Australië en Nederland (Greetings from Australia — Impressions of multiage groups in Australia and the Netherlands). Menserkinderen. Tijdschrift voor en over Jenaplanonderwijs 18(3), January, pp. 5–7. ISSN 0920-3664

Lloyd, L. (2002) Multiage Classes: What research tells us about their suitability for rural schools. Education in Rural Australia 12(2), 1–14. ISSN 1036–0026.

Lloyd, L. (2002) A different chariot? — Response to ‘Cauliflowers, chariots and creative cognition’. TalentEd 20(1), 16–18. ISSN 0815–8150

Jenkins, K. and Lloyd, L. (2001) Partnerships, Reflection, Assessment, and Teacher Development: Attempts to Facilitate Teacher Development through Assessment. In P. Little, J. Conway, K. Cleary, S. Bourke, J. Archer & J.A. Kingsland (eds.) 24th International Conference of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia Inc. University of Newcastle, 8–11 July. ISBN 0 908557 49 3

Lloyd, L. (2000) Motivation and Learning: The Project Approach. TalentEd 18(3), 2–8. ISSN 0815–8150

Lloyd, L. (1999) Multi-Age Classes and High Ability Students. Review of Educational Research 69(2), 187–212. ISSN 0034-6543

Lloyd, L. (1999) Multiple Intelligences: Commentary on 'The White Wings Approach'. TalentEd 17(2), May, 10–15. ISSN 0815–8150

Lloyd, L. (1998) Achievement in a Multiage Class. Free to Learn 4(1), 2–4.

Lloyd, L. (1997) Composite Classes and Teachers' Beliefs. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education 25(3), 225–258. ISSN 1359-866X

Lloyd, L. (1997) Multi-Age Classes: An Option for All Students? Australasian Journal of Gifted Education 6(1), 11–20. ISSN 1323–9686

Lloyd, L. (1997) Reflections on Recent Schooling Experiences in California. The Education Network 11, 23–31.

Lloyd, L. (1997) Letter from America: 35th Annual CAG Conference. TalentEd No.57, Autumn, 1–4. ISSN 0815–8150

Lloyd, L. (1997) Multi-Age Classes. TalentEd No.56, Summer, 21–25. ISSN 0815–8150

Lloyd, L. (1997) Letter from America. TalentEd No.56, Summer, 9–12. ISSN 0815–8150

Lloyd, L. (1996) Letter from America. TalentEd No.55, Spring, 9–10. ISSN 0815–8150

Reviews

Lloyd, L. (2003) Review of Thomas Armstrong (2003) The Multiple Intelligences of Reading and Writing: Making the words come alive. Alexandria, VA: ASCD. 154 pp. In TalentEd 21(1), 33–35. ISSN 0815–8150

Lloyd, L. (2002) Review of Audrey Beste and Tara Stuart (2001) I Always Knew I was Different; Understanding the Gifted. Raleigh, NC: Pentland Press. 233 pp. In TalentEd 20(3), 38–9. ISSN 0815–8150

Lloyd, L. (1998) Review article on creativity, discussing Baer, J. (1997) Creative Teachers, Creative Students, Boston: Allyn and Bacon; Csikszentmihalyi, M. (1996) Creativity; Flow and the Psychology of Discovery and Invention, New York: Harper Collins; and Starko, A.J. (1995), Creativity in the Classroom; Schools of Curious Delight, New York: Longman; in TalentEd, 16(3), 20–25. ISSN 0815–8150

Lloyd, L. (1998) Review of Jacob, A. & Barnsley, G. (eds) (1996) Gifted Children: The Challenge Continues, Sydney: NSW Association for Gifted and Talented Children; in TalentEd, 16(1), 21. ISSN 0815–8150

Lloyd, L. (1997) Review of Sandra J. Stone (1996) Creating the Multiage Classroom, Glenview, IL: GoodYearBooks; in TalentEd No.58, Winter/Spring, 22–3. ISSN 0815–8150

Lloyd, L. (1996) Review of H. McGrath and T. Noble (1995), Seven Ways at Once; Classroom Strategies based on the Seven Intelligences, Books 1 and 2, Melbourne: Longman; in TalentEd No.53, Autumn 1996, 5–8. ISSN 0815–8150

Lloyd, L. (1996) Review article on the theory and practice of multiple intelligences, discussing W. Vialle & J. Perry (1995) Nurturing Multiple Intelligences in the Australian Classroom, Melbourne: Hawker Brownlow Education; and D. Lazear (1995) Multiple Assessments for Multiple Intelligences, Melbourne: Hawker Brownlow Education; in TalentEd No.52, Summer, 13–15. ISSN 0815–8150

Lloyd, L. (1995) Review article on the theory of multiple intelligences, discussing R. Fogarty & J. Bellanca (1995) Multiple Intelligences; A Collection, Melbourne: Hawker Brownlow Education; and B. Wood & G. Jorgensen (1994) A Treasure Chest for Teachers and Children too; Themes to foster Multiple Intelligences, Dalby: Heads Together. In TalentEd No.51, Spring, 6–9. ISSN 0815–8150

Lloyd, L. (1995) Review of R. Fogarty (ed) (1994) The Multiage Classroom: A Collection, Melbourne: Hawker Brownlow; in TalentEd No.48, Summer, 23–5. ISSN 0815–8150

Lloyd, L. (1994) Review of D. Lazear (1992) Seven Ways of Teaching: The Artistry of Teaching with Multiple Intelligences, Melbourne: Hawker Brownlow Education; in TalentEd No.46, Winter, 6–7.

Creative works

Lloyd, L. (1982) 'Once a Jolly Swagman', BBC Radio Series The Web of Language.

Newspaper articles

2003 (November) Teacher Education at UNE – a personal view. Smith's Weekly.

2003 (October) Ten Good Reasons to Study Teacher Education at UNE. The Armidale Express (two-page invited article as part of the celebrations marking 75 years of teacher education in Armidale), pp. 14, 23.

Further Information

Presentations

Presentations prior to 2006 are in the name of Linley Lloyd
Most presentations 2006 and later are in the name of Linley Cornish

Cornish, L. (2014) Teaching in a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) world: The challenge of developing reflective practitioners. 34th conference of the International Society for Teacher Education, Antalya, Turkey, 22–25 April.

Cornish, L. (2013) The struggle to 'practise what you preach' in teacher education. 33rd conference of the International Society for Teacher Education, Hong Kong, 27–31 May.

Cornish, L. (2012) Teacher education for multi-grade teaching. 32nd conference of the International Society for Teacher Education, Paro, Bhutan, 21–25 May.

Nguyen, P., Minichiello, V. and Cornish, L. (2012) Management and leadership: Views from Rectors, Vice-Rectors and Academic staff in Vietnamese Higher Education Institutions. Australian Association for Research in Education and Asia Pacific Educational Research Association, Sydney, 2–6 December.

Cornish, L. (2010) Why multi-class education can be good education. Conference on Education in Fiji — Achievements, Challenges and Issues. Fiji National University, 22–24 November.

Cornish, L. (2010) Multi-grade Teaching in Australia. Keynote address at Southern African Conference on Multigrade Education. Wellington/Paarl, 22–24 March.

Cornish, L. and Jenkins, K. (2009) Online collaborative group work. Showcase of Teaching and Learning (ALTC funded Promoting Excellence Initiative), UNE, 17 August.

Cornish, L. (2009) Embedding metacognition in teaching and learning. 34th International Conference on Improving University Teaching: Navigating Innovations in Teaching and Learning. Vancouver, 13–17 July. Published with other refereed papers on CD.

Cornish, L., Graham, L., Hardy, J., Jenkins, K., Miller, J., Noone, G., Paterson, D., Reitano, P. and Taylor, N. (2009) Imagining the Rural Teaching Experience. Presentation at the 7th International Conference on Imagination and Education: Imagination — The Source of Creativity and Invention: Build a better world by thinking of the possible, not just the actual. IERG: Imaginative Education Research Group. Vancouver, 15–18 July.

Cornish, L., Jenkins, K. and Stewart, C. (2009) (Mis)adventures in cyberspace: High and lows of teaching large cohorts in distance education. 10th Sakai conference, Boston, 8–10 July.

Cornish, L. (2009) Teaching the world's children: Theory and practice in mixed-grade classes. ISFIRE (First International Symposium for Innovation in Rural Education), 11–14 February.

Cornish, L. (2009) Situating practice in rural schools: Transience, adaptation and opportunity. ISFIRE (First International Symposium for Innovation in Rural Education), 11–14 February.

Cornish, L. (2008) School of Education workshop on aligning learning outcomes with assessment tasks, November.

Cornish, L. (2008) Teaching and Learning Centre workshop on Managing Large Classes, School of Education, UNE, 16 September.

Cornish, L. (2008) Graphic organisers and higher-order thinking. Gifted and Talented Conference, Potential to Performance: Celebrating Innovations, 2–3 May 2008. Armidale: UNE.

Cornish, L. (2008) Theory and practice in mixed-grade classrooms. Department of Education and Training (DET) Small Schools conference, Tamworth, 27–28 April.

Cornish, L. (2008) Using graphic organisers as learning tools. Department of Education and Training (DET) Small Schools conference, Tamworth, 27–28 April.

Cornish, L. (2007) Creative teaching, effective learning in higher education. 32nd international conference on Improving University Teaching: The Creative Campus, Jaén, Spain, 4–7 July.

Cornish, L. (2007) Professional Learning presentation, Drummond Memorial School, February.

Cornish, L. (2007) Mixed-grade classes and individual differences. Gifted and Talented Conference, Links to Learning: Potential into Performance, 16–17 February. Armidale: UNE.

Cornish, L. (2007) Presentation, Drummond Memorial School, School Development Day, January.

Cornish, L., Kite, G. and Cecil, P. (2006) Promoting Thinking in a Rural Classroom with ICT and 'Learning to Learn' Strategies. Australian Computers in Education conference (acec), Cairns, 2–4 October.

Reading, C., Cornish, L. and Belford, S. (2006) Measuring the 'value-added' contribution of embedding ICT in learning. Australian Computers in Education conference (acec), Cairns, 2–4 October.

Reading, C., Lloyd, L. and Belford, S. (2006) Embedding ICT in Learning (EiL): Collaborative Partnerships for Rural Schools. PICTL Forum (Partnerships in ICT Learning), Canberra, April.

McConaghy, C., Lloyd, L., Hardy, J. and Jenkins, K. (2005) Bush Tracks: Journeys in the development of rural pedagogies. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE), 27 Nov–1 December, Parramatta, Australia.

Bush Tracks Research Collective (Cathryn McConaghy, Lorraine Graham, Di Bloomfield, Judith Miller, David Paterson, Linley Lloyd, Kathy Jenkins, Joy Hardy, Neil Taylor, Genevieve Noone) (2005) Bush Tracks: Exploring Rural Teaching Transitions in Pedagogy and Leadership. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of Australian Research in Education (AARE), 27 Nov–1 December, Parramatta, Australia.

Lloyd, L. (2005) Presentation to staff of Sandon Public School, on mixed-age teaching and stage-based classes, October.

Lloyd, L. (2005) Parents' Views of Composite Classes. School of Education seminar series, October.

Boyd, J., Hopwood, L., Jenkins, K., Lloyd, L., Maurer, J., Merrotsy, P. and Smith, S. (2005) Achieving Quality Outcomes through Assessment: Approaches taken by the Learning and Teaching Team. 3rd Symposium on Teaching and Learning, FEHPS, UNE, September.

Lloyd, L. (2005) Invited seminar to staff plus lecture to students and staff on mixed-age teaching, School of Teacher Education, Charles Sturt University, August.

Lloyd, L. (2005) Research Related to Mixed-Age Classes. Australian Association of Multi-age Education conference, Brisbane, July.

Lloyd, L. (2005) Graphic Organisers and Higher-Order Thinking. Australian Association of Multi-age Education conference, Brisbane, July.

Lloyd, L. and Pendreigh, H. (2005) Literacy standards of preservice teachers. HERDSA conference on Higher Education in a Changing World, University of Western Sydney, July.

Lloyd, L. (2005) The case for multi-age classrooms. Presentation at Research Snapshots: Learning and Teaching mini conference. School of Education, UNE, April.

Lloyd, L. (2004) Parents' Views of Composite (Multi-grade) Classes in an Australian Primary School. International Conference on Multi-grade Teaching for All: Turning Biases into Benefits, 8–11 September, Bangkok, Thailand.

McConaghy, C., Paterson, D., Miller, J., Hardy, J., Lloyd, L., Graham, L., Jenkins, K., Taylor, N., Corrigan, G., Noone, G. and Bloomfield, D. (2004) Bush tracks: a study of rural teaching transitions. Presentation at Faculty Research Day, September.

Lloyd, L. (2004) Invited presentation to staff at The Armidale School regarding Quality Teaching Awards of the Australian College of Educators, May.

Reading, C.E., Maurer, B.J. and Lloyd, L. (2004) Electronic professional portfolios for pre-service teachers. e-Portfolio Australia: The First Australian Conference Dedicated to Digital Portfolios, Melbourne.

Lloyd, L. (2004) School Development Day, Cronulla High School: Graphic Organisers and Bloom's Taxonomy, April.

Lloyd, L. (2004) Professional Development Workshops for Catholic Education Office on Differentiating the Curriculum (18 March, Ballina; 19 March, Coffs Harbour).

Lloyd, L. (2004) Presentation on Learning Styles to Mentor Training Program for Academic Mentors, Duval College, February.

Lloyd, L. (2003) Being a 'Reflective Practitioner' — How my beliefs about learning have influenced my teaching (and vice versa). Keynote address to Honouring our Tertiary Teaching conference. Armidale: University of New England, September.

Lloyd, L. (2003) School Development Day, Cronulla High School: Differentiating the Curriculum, July.

Lloyd, L. (2003) Presentation on Learning Styles to Duval College Tutor Training Program, February.

Lloyd, L. (2002–2004) Guest lectures, Language Training Centre, UNE

Lloyd, L. (2002) What We Know about Multiage Classes. Conference on Teaching and Learning in Jenaplan Schools, for German Jenaplan teachers, hosted by the Jenaplan Association of The Netherlands, Assen, 2–6 September.

Lloyd, L. and Jenkins, K. (2002) Seminar presentation, UNE, on results of invited research and professional development with novice teachers in a rural high school

Jenkins, K. and Lloyd, L. (2002) Beginning Teachers: When Reality Bites. Paper presented at ‘Challenging Futures? Changing Agendas in Teacher Education’. Conference hosted by School of Education, UNE and Change and Education Research Group (CERG), UTS, 3–7 February.

Lloyd, L. (2002) Multi-Age Classes: Philosophy and Practice. Keynote given at ‘Embracing Diversity’ — the one-day pre-conference workshop as part of ‘Challenging Futures? Changing Agendas in Teacher Education’. Conference hosted by School of Education, UNE and Change and Education Research Group (CERG), UTS, 3–7 February.

Jenkins, K. & Lloyd, L. (2001) Partnerships, Reflection, Assessment, and Teacher Development: Attempts to Facilitate Teacher Development through Assessment. HERDSA conference, University of Newcastle, 8–11 July.

Lloyd, L. (2001) Multiage Classes: What research tells us about their suitability for rural schools. Society for the Preservation of Education in Rural Australia, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, 8–11 July.

Lloyd, L. (2001) School Development Day presentation (interactive three-hour workshop) to a consortium of local schools in Tenterfield. Focus of day: Tenterfield Schools Quality Teaching and Learning; Student Educators not Subject Teachers. April.

Lloyd, L. (2000) Seminar presentation, UNE, on research carried out in Queensland multi-age schools

Lloyd, L. (1999) Keynote address for Exploring Individual Potential conference, The Armidale School, June. Conference cancelled at last minute.

Professional Activities

Activities prior to 2006 are in the name of Linley Lloyd
Most activities 2006 and later are in the name of Linley Cornish

Thesis examination

2011 An Exploratory Study: Challenges to achieving quality basic education in Fiji. Rishi Chand, Master of Arts in Education, University of South Pacific, January.

2011 Led by the eye or the ear: Using I-HEAR to assess how children learn. Michelle  Clayton, MEd (Hons)

2008 Heather Brockwell, B Ed (Primary) (Honours), University of New England, January. [identifying creative artistic ability]

1999 Reading Preferences of Grade 3 and 4 Accelerated Readers. Chérie Ashby, B Ed (Primary) (Honours), University of New England, September.

Thesis supervision

2014 Amanda Harper, M Ed (Research). The development of empathy in gifted children, through the lens of Dąbrowski's Theory of Positive Disintegration.

2014 Steve Martin, PhD. Preparing teachers to program philosophy/critical thinking in subject English to explore indicators of giftedness in secondary students in Western Australia.

2014 Carol Ryan, Ed D. Emotional Intelligence Scaffolding to Improve Learning (EISIL): Students' and teachers' perceptions.

2014 Mufutau Afolabi Nasiru, M Ed (Research). An exploration of behaviour management strategies used by teachers in Thailand schools.

2013 Michelle Bannister-Tyrrell, PhD. The engagement of metacognition during critical literacy discourse by young talented readers.

2011 Wahab Ali, PhD. Preparing teachers for multi-class: A case study from Fiji.

2006 Cassandra Oxenburgh, M.Ed.(Hons.). How teachers attempt to meet the challenge of inclusive pedagogy for highly gifted students. Second Class Honours Division I

2002 Eileen Chanin, M.Ed.(Hons.). A class of their own: Educational pathways of early achievers. Second Class Honours Division I

1999 Belinda Eskelinen, B.Ed.(Hons.). A comparative case study of two students' reading environments utilising 'Multiple Intelligence strategies'. Second Class Honours Division I

Research Projects and Grants

2009 Engagement: A UNE–TAS Collaboration (University of New England and The Armidale School)

2009 Indigenous Teacher Education Project (ITEEP), Mentor

2009 Bougainville Peace Education Project (preparation of materials for workshops)

2009 Faculty Grant – International Conference Support to attend Improving University Teaching 34th International Conference: 'Navigating Innovations in Teaching and Learning', 13–17 July

2001–2008 Bhutanese Multigrade Attachment Program

2007 Vietnam Teaching Methodologies Project (Management Committee + 4 weeks intensive teaching)

2007 Six-week (Short Course) program for teacher educators from Bhutan

2007 Engaging indigenous Students: Embedding ICT in Learning (EiSEiL) (Minimbah, Drummond Memorial Public and Glen Innes West Infants Schools)

2007 Faculty Grant – International Conference Support to attend Improving University Teaching International Conference: 'The Creative Campus', 4–7 July

2006 Partnerships in ICT Learning (PICTL)

2006 Evaluation of parents' attitudes towards and beliefs about staged classes (carried out in a regional primary school after 5 years of staged classes)

2006 Evaluation of teachers' attitudes towards and beliefs about staged classes (carried out in a regional primary school after 5 years of staged classes)

2005 Teaching Development Grant (FEHPS): Improving Communication and Assessment via WebCT ($4000)

2003–2005 Planning, grant application and research for Bush Tracks project on rural teaching (pedagogy and transitions to leadership). Project funded by University Research Grant ($10,000) for Bush Tracks: An investigation of rural teaching, leadership challenges and transitions; and Faculty Large Grant ($5000) for Bush Tracks: An analysis of teacher professional learning and effective pedagogies in rural schools

2005 Management Committee (with Chris Reading, SiMERR and Sue Belford, NSW CAP): Embedding ICT and Learning to Learn strategies in Learning (EiL)

2005 Member of Learning Team (with Glen Kite, CAP teacher and Paul Cecil, BEd student) in EiL project: Embedding ICT and Learning to Learn strategies in Learning

2005 NSW State Pilot Project for Partnerships in ICT Learning (PICTL)

2004 Faculty Grant – International Conference Support to attend 'Multi-grade Teaching for All: Turning Biases into Benefits' conference in Bangkok, 8–11 September

2004 Developed and taught (on campus) a specialist Masters unit to four senior education professionals from Bhutan (part of professional development project)

2002 One-month program for Senior Professionals from Bhutan (professional development project)

1999 Promoting literacy strategies for secondary teachers (with Armidale High School teachers Gaylia Bigg, Support Teacher Learning Difficulties, and Jan Johnson, English as a Second Language teacher)

1998–1999 Community-based Indigenous Teacher Education Project (CITEP) at Boggabilla

1997 UNE Internal Research Grant, $3500. Qualitative study on the experiences of high ability children in multi-age classes (Queensland).

1995 Evaluation of parents' attitudes towards and beliefs about composite classes (carried out in a large regional primary school)  [Lloyd, L. (1996) ‘Parents’ Views on Aspects of their Children’s Schooling and their Beliefs about Composite Classes’. Report to the Principal of XXX School, 21 pp + statistical appendix]

1995 Evaluation of teachers' attitudes towards and beliefs about composite classes (carried out in a large regional primary school)  [Lloyd, L. (1996) ‘Report on survey of teachers at XXX School conducted in September 1995 to ascertain their feelings and beliefs about composite classes’, 22 pp. + statistical appendix]

Professional and Service activities

Since 1994 Co-editor (with Stan Bailey till 2004 and since then with Peter Merrotsy) of TalentEd, a partially refereed journalfor teachers and parents interested in the education of talented children; two issues per year ISSN 0815-8150

2004–2013 Member of Editorial Board of Journal of Multiage Education, Australian Association of Multiage Education ISSN 1449-4051

2004–2013 Management Committee, Australian Association of Multiage Education (since 2009, Secretary)

Since 2007 Member, Department of Education and Training (DET) Small Schools Committee

2012–2014 Assessment Working Party, Academic Board Teaching and Learning Committee

2012 Academic Board Teaching and Learning Committee

  2012 Special Studies Project Committee

2012 OLT Assessor, UNE

2011 Course Restructuring Assessment Sub-Committee

2011 Armidale Sustainable Living Expo

2011 School of Education Teaching and Learning Committee

2011 Colloquium, ULT (University Learning and Teaching) Futures, UNE

Dec 2010–2011 Course coordinator (acting) Bachelor of Education (Primary)

2010 Consultation Committee, National Curriculum

2010 School of Education Examiners Committee

2009 Evaluation of submissions to NSW Institute of Teachers

2009 Focus group, distance education at UNE; feedback to Professor Don Olcott, Chief Executive of the Observatory on Borderless Higher Education

2009 Organiser and one presenter, School of Education workshop on aligning learning outcomes with assessment tasks

  2009 (with K. Jenkins): Online collaborative group work, Showcase of Teaching and Learning (ALTC Promoting Excellence initiative), UNE

2009 Australian College of Educators Quality Teaching Awards, site visit leader (Dunedoo, September)

2009 Chair, conference session: Nurturing the rural teacher experience; First International Symposium for Innovation in Rural Education (ISFIRE), 12 February

2009 Parent Panel and general participation, Tournament of the Minds (Gifted and Talented enrichment weekend)

2009 Member of NTEU Focus Group Workload Committee

2009 Chair of conference session: Nurturing the rural teacher experience; First International Symposium for Innovation in Rural Education (ISFIRE) (UNE and South Korea)

2001–2008 Bhutanese Multigrade Attachment Program (Workshops, school placements, school visits, and social activities for visiting multi-grade teachers from Bhutan)

2008 Member, Head of School Course Advisory Committee (HOSCAC)

2008 Member, Framing Our Future Working Party (sub-committee of HOSCAC)

2008 Master of Teaching Working Party (NSW Institute of Teachers audit)

2008 and 2009 NSW Institute of Teachers, Initial Teacher Education Panels (for accreditation of other universities' awards)

2008 School of Education Examiners Committee

2008 Teaching and Learning Centre workshop on Managing Large Classes

2008 Conference Organising Committee, Gifted and Talented conference: Potential to Performance: Celebrating Innovations. 2–3 May 2008

2008 Organising Committee, Small Schools Conference, Tamworth 27–28 April 2008

2008 Focus Group for Board of Studies on proposed changes to HSC examinations and school assessment

2008 Presenter of Awards, Duval High School Presentation Night

2008 'Critical friend', mentor, evaluator, The Armidale School (implementation of gifted and talented mixed-grade classes in the junior school)

2008 33rd International Conference on Improving University Teaching: Transforming Higher Education Teaching and Learning in the 21st century, Glasgow, 28 July–1 August

2008 American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Conference, New York, 24–28 March

2005–2008 Secretary of School Council: Duval High School

2007 Vietnam Teaching Methodologies Project (4 weeks intensive teaching)

2007 Bhutanese Teachers Short Course (6 weeks)

2007–2008 Gifted and Talented Enrichment Committee (for enrichment days for gifted and talented students)

2007 Chair of conference sessions, 'Narrowing the Gap: Addressing Educational Disadvantage', UNE, 26–28 April

2007 5th International Conference of the Middle Years of Schooling Association, Middle Schooling: Reaching new heights, building our future, 17–19 May, Gold Coast

2007–2010 Panel member (Educational Professional), Professional Learning Portfolio seminar

2007 Presentation, Drummond Memorial School, School Development Day

2007–2008 Curriculum Committee, Duval High School

2006 Interviewed (June) by Kylie Ladd for article on composite classes, published in Sydney’s Child group of magazines (August)

2006 Mentoring of teacher (at request of Country Areas Program) to present a paper at an international conference

2006 Steering Committee, Partnerships in ICT Learning (PICTL), NSW hub

2006 Partnerships in ICT Learning (PICTL) Forum, Canberra

2005–2008 Team leader, Learning and Teaching group, School of Education

2005 Gifted and Talented Interest Group (monthly meetings to share knowledge of developments in the field)

2005 PEEL (Project for Enhancing Effective Learning) training, McCarthy Catholic College, Tamworth (February and October)

2005 Practicum at Apollo Parkways Primary School, Melbourne (exemplary ICT school) (May)

2005 'Beyond the Line' excursion to Bourke and other western schools

2004–2005 Bachelor of Education Standing Committee

2004 Assessor for Quality Teaching Awards, Australian College of Educators

2005 Portfolio Development Group

2005 Committee: Enhancing Teaching and Learning in FEHPS via ICT

2005 Professional Writing Group

2005 Collating information and writing submission to the Inquiry into Teacher Education by the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Education and Vocational Training

2005 Interviewed by Yukiyo Nishida, Educational Studies Department, Oxford University, about multi-age teaching

2004 PEEL (Project for Enhancing Effective Learning) discussion group, O'Connor Catholic College, Armidale (December)

2004 ePortfolios Conference, Melbourne, 6–7 December

2004 Assessor, Quality Teaching Awards, Australian College of Educators

2004 Invited attendance at Country Areas Program Professional Development Day, Inverell (October)

2004 Workshop with Country Areas Program teachers, UNE (August)

2004 Bhutan Multigrade Attachment Program for Senior Professionals (organised and taught the four-week program) (May/June)

2004 Practicum at Glen Waverley Secondary College, Melbourne (exemplary ICT school) (May)

2004 Radio interview with Steve Price, 2UE, about composite classes (February)

2004 Working Party, Setting Minimum Standards for the Preparation of External Study Materials

2004 Professional development support, Goodooga Central School

2004 Selection Committee for Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Gifted and Talented Education

2003–2005 Member of Steering Committee to set up a new national organisation (Australian Association of Multiage Education Inc)

2003–2007 Second-Year Coordinator, Bachelor of Education

2003 workshop participant providing feedback on Draft Professional Teaching Standards of the Interim Committee for the NSW Institute of Teachers

2003 School of Education Teaching and Learning Committee

2003–2004 Honorary Degrees Committee

2003–2005 'Debrief' panel for DET interviews

2003 Focus group, electronic submission of assignments

2003 Forum participant, feedback on Draft Professional Teaching Standards of the Interim Committee for the NSW Institute of Teachers

2003 Forum participant, UNE feedback on National Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education

2003 Selection Committee, Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Arts Education

2002 Organised a one-day professional development program on Consistent Teacher Judgement for Faculty of Education, Health and Professional Studies, UNE

2002 Invited professional development to two different schools setting up mixed-age classes (advice, meetings, addresses to parents, addresses to teachers, input into evaluations)

2001 Bhutan Multigrade Attachment Program for Senior Professionals (organised and taught a 4-week program)

2001 Planning Committee for international teacher education conference ‘Challenging Futures? Changing Agendas in Teacher Education’ sponsored jointly by the School of Education, UNE and the Change and Education Research Group (CERG) at University of Technology, Sydney.

2001 School Development Day presentation (interactive three-hour workshop), Tenterfield Schools Quality Teaching and Learning: Student Educators not Subject Teachers

2000 Program Director, Graduate Diploma in Education and Combined Degrees

2000 UNE Delegate to Teacher Education Council

2000 (all year) with Kathy Jenkins: Professional Development of Beginning Teachers (in one secondary school in a remote area)

2000: organised a symposium on Rural and Remote Education for DET and UNE staff

2000 (November) Member of the External Review Panel for the Bachelor of Science degree, UNE

2000 (October) Invited attendance at Country Areas Program Professional Development Day, Moree

1997–2000: initial organiser and ongoing participant in 'Beyond the Line', an annual student excursion to remote schools.

1997 Organised a Gifted and Talented program, New England Girls School

1997–1999 Member of Gifted and Talented committee, Armidale City Public School

1997 Participated in visit to UNE by delegation of State Department of Education officials and senior UNICEF personnel. Presented an evening seminar and took part in the full-week program of school visits and seminars (November)

1997–2001 Talent Enrichment Day for several hundred children aged 7–15. Member of the Organising Committee, and presenter of workshops for parents and/or children

1999–2000 TalentEd Virtual Enrichment Program (TEdVEP), later called TalentEd Enrichment Program. Online enrichment course Researching and Designing Special Interest Tours for talented children, two terms each year (with Stan Bailey)

1992–2001 Member of School Council: Armidale City Public School (President, 1994, 1995)

Awards

2012   PhD awarded cum laude
2011   Australian Learning and Teaching Council: Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning
2008   Education Week Award, Department of Education and Training
2006   Carrick Awards for Australian University Teaching: Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning
2003   Vice-Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, Individual category, UNE
2003   Quality Teaching Award, Australian College of Educators
2001   Education Week Award, Department of Education and Training
1995   Certificate of Appreciation for services to public education, Department of Education and Training