Judy began her career in 1972 as a primary teacher in departmental schools. She also worked as a facilitator and project officer in a number of state-wide professional development and curriculum projects including Literacy and Learning in the Middle Years, Assessment of Writing and Reading Teacher in Service Project, and the SCIMAS project.
Since 1990 she has been a lecturer in Education at the Magill campus of the University of South Australia, with particular foci on student teachers' work in schools, reflective practice, action research and teacher development.
Her PhD focused on ‘The Complexity of School/University Partnerships for Professional Development’. Other research interests include conditions for educational change and learning cultures that support constructivist approaches to teaching and learning.
Prior to her role as a project colleague with Learning to Learn, Judy supported the Innovative Links Project, the School-based Research and Reform Project and the National Middle Schooling Authentic Assessment Project.
- Beyond communities of practice (Word 128KB)
- Blurring the boundaries of leadership (PDF 61KB)
- Co-constructing transformational leadership in new settings (208KB)
- Constructing relationships for learning (PDF 96KB)
- Exploring perceptions of significant change in reforming schools (PDF 180KB)
- Leaders in transition: living with paradoxes
- Leadership for school improvement (PDF 312KB)
- Leading educational redesign - the international journey of learning (PDF 614KB)
- Managing the challenges and dilemmas of constructivism in practice (PDF 42KB)
- Perceptions of significant change in school cultures in South Australia (PDF 2.2MB)
- Reculturing primary classrooms: renegotiating the four R’s (PDF 1MB)
- School leaders` use of emotional literacy to manage transition (PDF 1MB)
- Towards constructivist teaching and learning (PDF 104KB)
- What are the characteristics of constructivist learning cultures? (PDF 200KB)
- What constitutes significant change? (Word 116KB)
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