A/Prof. Coral Campbell

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Associate Professor of Education (Science Education)

Faculty

Faculty of Arts and Education

Department

SoE Arts & Ed

Campus

Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus

Qualifications

Doctor of Philosophy, Deakin University, 2000

Contact

Biography

Coral Campbell is an Associate Professor with the School of Education, Deakin University Australia, based at the Geelong Waurn Ponds campus

Involved in industry, school and tertiary education for many years, Coral brings these experiences together to inform her work. Coral’s teaching and research interests are in practitioner learning and students’ understanding in science and STEM, in all schooling sectors. She is currently involved in several large nationally-funded projects related to these. More recently, research has focussed in early childhood Science/STEM, creativity and technologies. She is on the review panels for several international journals and is an active member of several research associations.

Now in its third edition, Coral led the development of the first research-based Australian text for pre-service early childhood educators and practitioners, Science in Early Childhood (Cambridge University Press). She has published several other books and contributed chapters in other science and environmental education texts. She  publishes in a broad range of journals.

In the last ten years, Coral has been involved in teaching in early childhood, primary and secondary science/STEM education areas, environmental education, and design technology education..  She works closely with the local school communities, promoting experiential learning for her education students. Coral has gained several teaching awards: the Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching 2004; Joseph Banks’ Award for Teaching Excellence 2004; Faculty Award for Coordination of Graduate Diploma of Education (primary) and Nominee for the Australian Awards for University Teaching (2005). Most recently (2013) she gained a Vice Chancellor's Award for Outstanding Contribution to Partnerships.

Principal or co-supervision of PhD students

1. Intentionally teaching or planning for play: Examining educators’ perceptions and perspectives of early science pedagogy.
2. Non-residential Alternative Year 9 programs in Victorian schools
3. What is the impact of school-based science units?
4. A little green is good for the soul, but what about ‘STEM learning’ with the wonder of outdoor gardening spaces in early childhood curriculum and pedagogy?
5. Creating a Green culture in TVET: A New Zealand Perspective

Associate supervision
6. Conceptuatlising and exploring the potential of Critical co-design methodology to empower Indigenous young women to privilege knowledge and biocultural diversity, in Australia and Mexico

Read more on Coral's profile

Biography summary

Coral Campbell is an Associate Professor with the School of Education, Deakin University, Australia. Involved in industry, school and tertiary education for many years, Coral brings these experiences together to inform her work. Coral’s teaching and research interests are in practitioner learning and students’ understanding in science and STEM, in all schooling sectors. She is currently involved in several large nationally-funded projects related to these. More recently, research has focussed in early childhood Science/STEM, creativity and technologies.

Career highlights

Awards
2017 AGECS  Australian Graduates of Early Childhood Studies – Fellowship grant for research EC STEM
2015 Teaching Science Journal Award – Most Significant Contribution
2013 Vice-chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to Partnerships

Invited presentations:

Helsinki University (2017) Early childhood STEM.

EC science/STEM (2017-2018) - AGECS, Ballarat, Bendigo, Churchill, Melbourne, Geelong
EC science/STEM (2017-2018)   - Moreland City Council, Yarra City Council
ACER (2017) – Out of field teaching
Waikato University (2016)– University-school partnerships

Research interests

Coral's research interests include:

Science Education
STEM Education
Qualitative research methodologies
Constructivist methodologies

Educator Professional learning and  support

Affiliations


Australian Science Education Research Association (ASERA)
European Science Education Research Association (ESERA -SIG Coordinator EC Science)
Early Childhood Association (Australia) ECA
Association for Graduates of Early Childhood Studies (AGECS)

Association of Science Education (England)

Teaching interests

Early childhood Science, STEM and Technology education
Primary Science, STEM and Technology Education
Secondary Science, and STEM Education

Units taught

Current teaching units
ETM 701 - Knowledge, Learning and Learners in STEM 
ETM703 – Researching your practice as a STEM Educator and Leader
ECE220 – Science 1 – science and environmental awareness
ECE320 – Science 2_science and technology
ECE345 – Science and technology in the early years
ESS412 – Science Experiments you can eat

ECE763 - Science and environmental awareness

Knowledge areas

  1. Science/STEM education,
  2. Design technology education, 
  3. Early childhood,
  4. Primary teaching,
  5. Professional learning of educators.
  6. Qualitative research methodologies
  7. Constructivist methodologies
     

Conferences

Recent conference (2016-2017)

ASERA, ESERA, EECERA, ECER

Professional activities

Professional activities 

  • 2017-2018 ASERA Board Representative for the development of an Australian bid for the 2020 ICASE conference
  • 2017-2018 AGECS STEM Representative on ‘Parliamentary Friends of Early Childhood’
  • 2017-2018 ESERA Special Interest Group  Coordinator - Early Childhood Science
  • 2010-2015 Director on ASERA Board
  • 2014  Member of Faculty Board
  • 2013 Member of Deakin Executive
  • 2012 - 2015 Member Teaching and Learning committee

Editorial Board for Journal of Emergent Science
Editorial Board for South East Asia Journal of Mathematics and Science educaiton.
Review editor for RISE, IJSE.

Media appearances

Channel 31  Science specialists in primary schools 2013

ABC Radio 31 May 2014 - Early childhood science

Research groups

Science, Technology and Environment Education (STEE) Teaching and Research Group

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education (STEME) stream, Research in Educational Innovation (REDI)

Teaching Across Specialisations (TAS) Collective  https://www.uni-due.de/TAS/

Awards

2017 AGECS  Australian Graduates of Early Childhood Studies – Fellowship grant for research EC STEM

2015 Teaching Science Journal Award – Most Significant Contribution 

Campbell C & Chittleborough G (2014), The New Science Specialist: promoting and improving the teaching of science in primary schools. Teaching Science, the Journal of the Australian Science Teachers Association. Vol 1 pp19-29 (B2)

2013 Vice-chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to Partnerships

Vice Chancellor's Award for Teaching Excellence 2004
WJB Award for Excellence in Teaching 2004

Faculty of Education Award for Coordination of the Grad Dip Education 2006

Projects

  1. 2018/2019 Girls as Leaders in STEM (GALS)
  2. 2018 ARDOCH Youth Foundation – Early childhood STEM. Development of materials and evaluation of program
  3. 2018  STEM and Entrepreneurship in Primary Schools SEPS Project Dep of Industry, Innovation and Science
  4. 2017 DET PMSS Science Specialist 
  5. 2016 DET STEM Catalyst Program: professional learning program.2015 CSIRO Evaluation of CSIRO SMiS program
  6. 2015-2017  ARC-Out-of-field teaching: Sustaining quality practices across subject boundaries
  7. 2014  CREFI - Sustainability of science teaching in primary schools relating to the Primary Science Specialist Learning Program
  8. 2013-2014  OLT - Science Teacher Education Partnerships in Schools (STEPS)
  9. 2013-2014  Primary Science Specialist Professional Learning Program research
  10. 2013-2014 The International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (PYP) NAP-Science Literacy in Australia
  11. 2013  CRG - TOPAT - Teaching Out-of-field: Preparing Adaptable Teachers

Publications 2018

  1. Hobbs, L., Campbell, C. & Jones, M (Eds) (2018) School-based Partnerships in Teacher Education, Springer, Melbourne.
  2. Cooper, B., Cowie, B. & Campbell, C (2018) A New Zealand collaborative university-school partnership: Applying the STEPS framework. In Hobbs, L., Campbell, C. & Jones, M (2018) School-based Partnerships in Teacher Education, Springer, Melbourne
  3. Campbell, C. & Tytler, R. (2018) Scientists and Mathematicians in Schools: CSIRO, Australia. In Hobbs, L., Campbell, C. & Jones, M (2018) School-based Partnerships in Teacher Education, Springer, Melbourne
  4. Campbell, C., Chittleborough, G., Jones, M., Hobbs, L., Kenny, J., Gilbert, A., Herbert, S., & Redman, C. (2018) Models of School-based practice: Partnerships in Practice, in Hobbs, L., Campbell, C & Jones, M. (2018) (Eds) School-based Partnerships in Teacher Education, Springer
  5. Redman, C. & Campbell, C. (2018) Representing Partnerships Practices in Hobbs, L., Campbell, C & Jones, M. (2018) (Eds) School-based Partnerships in Teacher Education, Springer
  6. Hobbs, L & Campbell, C (2018) Growing practice through partnerships in Hobbs, L., Campbell, C & Jones, M. (2018) (Eds) School-based Partnerships in Teacher Education, Springer
  7. Campbell, C. & Speldewinde C. (2018) STEM in Early childhood – how does it matter? Everychild Magazine, June 2018
  8. Campbell, C. & Speldewinde, C. (2018) Teaching science in Australian bush kindergartens: understanding what teachers need.  Journal of Emergent Science Special Edition, Summer.  Vol 25, 2018
  9. Campbell, C. (2018) Guest Editor, Contributions from the European field, Journal of Emergent Science Special Edition,  Vol 25, June 2018
  10. Campbell, C (2017/2018) Focusing on early childhood science – three weeks of bliss. Journal of Emergent Science, Vol 14. P 53 https://www.ase.org.uk/journals/journal-of-emergent-science
  11. Campbell, C., Speldewinde, C., Howitt, C. & MacDonald, A. (2018) STEM Practice in the Early Years, Creative Education Journal Special Edition Preschool Education Research, Vol.9 No.1 2018 Online 19 January 2018
  12. Campbell, C. & Speldewinde (2018) Bush kinder in Australia: a new learning ‘place’ and its effect on local policy. Policy Futures in Education Special Issue Published online 29 Jan 2018  http://www.scirp.org/journal/ce/   https://doi.org/10.1177/1478210317753028
  13. Albion, P, Campbell, C.  & Jobling, W (2018) Technologies Education for the Primary Years. Cengage. Melbourne

Publications

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2018

Bush kinder in Australia: a new learning 'place' and its effect on local policy

C Campbell, C Speldewinde

(2018), pp. 1-19, Policy futures in education, London, Eng., C1

journal

Growing through partnerships

L Hobbs, Coral Campbell

(2018), pp. 139-167, School-based partnerships in teacher education: a research informed model for universities, schools and beyond, Singapore, B1

chapter

Representing partnerships practices

Christin Redman, C Campbell

(2018), pp. 83-97, School-based partnerships in teacher education: a research informed model for universities, schools and beyond, Singapore, B1

chapter

A New Zealand collaborative university-school partnership: applying the STEPS Framework

Beverley Cooper, Bronwen Cowie, C Campbell

(2018), pp. 209-218, School-based partnerships in teacher education, Singapore, B1

chapter

Scientists and mathematicians in schools: CSIRO, Australia

C Campbell, Russell Tytler

(2018), pp. 247-257, School-based partnerships in teacher education : a research informed model for universities, schools and beyond, Singapore, B1

chapter
2017

Reflections on tiers of partnership possibilities

Coral Campbell

(2017), pp. 181-187, Realising innovative partnerships in educational research : theories and methodologies for collaboration, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, B1

chapter
2016

Improving schools: productive tensions between the local, the systemic and the global

S Rawolle, M Wells, L Paatsch, R Tytler, C Campbell

(2016), Singapore, A1

book

Online professional learning for rural teachers of mathematics and science

E Herbert, C Campbell, E Loong

(2016), Vol. 32, pp. 99-114, Australasian journal of educational technology, Tugun, Qld., C1

journal

Early childhood science exploration: a vehicle for inclusive practices

C Campbell

(2016), Vol. 19, pp. 1-11, New Zealand research in early childhood education, Wellington, New Zealand, C1

journal

Successful university-school partnerships: an interpretive framework to inform partnership practice

M Jones, L Hobbs, J Kenny, C Campbell, G Chittleborough, A Gilbert, S Herbert, C Redman

(2016), Vol. 60, pp. 108-120, Teaching and teacher education, Oxford, Eng., C1

journal
2015

The place of science in the early years

C Campbell, C Howitt

(2015), pp. 7-13, Science in early childhood, Melbourne, Vic., B1

chapter

Approaches to enhance science learning

C Campbell, K Chealuck

(2015), pp. 67-84, Science in early childhood, Melbourne, Vic., B1

chapter

Supporting science understandings through the learning environment

C Campbell, W Jobling, C Howitt

(2015), pp. 115-130, Science in early childhood, Port Melbourne, Vic., B1

chapter

Environmental education in natural play spaces

C Campbell, A Cutter-Mackenzie

(2015), pp. 148-167, Science in early childhood, Melbourne, Vic., B1

chapter

Maximising intercultural learning in short term international placements: Findings associated with orientation programs, guided reflection and immersion

C Campbell, C Walta

(2015), Vol. 40, pp. 1-15, Australian journal of teacher education, Mt. Lawley, W.A., C1

journal

Pre-service teachers' perceptions of the support, challenges and opportunities associated with teaching out-of-field

L Hobbs, C Campbell

(2015), pp. 213-224, ATEE 2014 : Transitions in Teacher Education and Professional Identities, Braga, Portugal, E1

conference

Successful university-school partnerships: an interpretive framework to inform partnership practice

L Hobbs, M Jones, J Kenny, C Campbell, G Chittleborough, E Herbert, A Gilbert, C Redman

(2015), Vol. Part 13, pp. 2073-2084, ESERA 2015: Proceedings of the 11th Conference for the Science Education Research Association: Engaging learners for a sustainable future, Helsinki, Finland, E1-1

conference

Establishing school university partnerships to teach science - Does what worked for us work for you?

J Kenny, L Hobbs, C Speldewinde, M Jones, C Campbell, A Gilbert, G Chittleborough, E Herbert, C Redman

(2015), Vol. Part 13, pp. 2029-2040, ESERA 2015: Proceedings of the 11th Conference for the Science Education Research Association: Engaging learners for a sustainable future, Helsinki, Finland, E1-1

conference
2014

The "new" science specialists

C Campbell, G Chittleborough

(2014), Vol. 60, pp. 19-29, Teaching Science, Deakin, ACT, C1

journal

Developing effective school and university partnerships for teacher education

J Kenny, C Redman, L Hobbs, M Jones, C Campbell, A Gilbert, G Chittleborough, S Herbert

(2014), pp. 2620-2632, EDULEARN14 Proceedings : 6th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies 2014, Barcelona, Spain, E1

conference

Science teacher education partnerships with schools (STEPS): Partnerships in science teacher education

J Kenny, L Hobbs, S Herbert, G Chittleborough, C Campbell, M Jones, A Gilbert, C Redman

(2014), Vol. 39, pp. 43-65, Australian journal of teacher education, Katoomba, N. S. W., C1

journal

STEM education: authentic projects which embrace an integrated approach

C Campbell, W Jobling

(2014), Vol. 1, pp. 29-38, Australasian journal of technology education, Hamilton, New Zealand, C1

journal

The model solar boat challenge - a STEM project that engages students in learning

W Jobling, C Campbell

(2014), Vol. 1, pp. 134-141, TERC 2014 : Proceedings of the 8th Biennial International Conference on Technology Education Research. Technology Education: Learning for Life, Sydney, N.S.W., E1-1

conference
2013

Exploring alternative approaches

C Campbell, J Aligaen, W Preechaporn

(2013), pp. 24-37, Learning science beyond the classroom, Penang, Malaysia, B1

chapter
2012

Motivating children to learn : the role of technology education

C Campbell, B Jane

(2012), Vol. 22, pp. 1-11, International journal of technology and design education, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, C1-1

journal

Identifying some issues in professional learning in early childhood science

C Campbell

(2012), pp. 15-21, Journal of emergent science, Hatfield, England, C1

journal

Learning theories related to early childhood science education

C Campbell

(2012), pp. 24-37, Science in early childhood, Cambridge, England, B1

chapter

Teaching approaches

C Campbell

(2012), pp. 54-67, Science in early childhood, Cambridge, England, B1

chapter

Effective science learning environments

C Campbell, W Jobling

(2012), pp. 80-93, Science in early childhood, Cambridge, England, B1

chapter

Environmental education for sustainability and its place within science

C Campbell

(2012), pp. 113-130, Science in early childhood, Cambridge, England, B1

chapter

Catering for children's differing needs in early childhood science education

C Campbell

(2012), pp. 131-147, Science in early childhood, Cambridge, England, B1

chapter

Observing, assessing and documenting learning in science

C Campbell

(2012), pp. 163-176, Science in early childhood, Cambridge, England, B1

chapter

Professional learning : reflective practice in science education

C Campbell

(2012), pp. 177-189, Science in early childhood, Cambridge, England, B1

chapter

BHP Billiton science teacher awards

G Chittleborough, C Campbell

(2012), Vol. 58, pp. 51-55, Teaching science, Deakin, ACT, C1

journal

Integrating technology and science : an opportunity missed

C Campbell, W Jobling

(2012), pp. 61-69, TERC 2012 : Proceedings of the 7th Biennial International Conference on Technology Education Research., Surfers Paradise, Qld, E1

conference
2011

The educative role of a regional newspaper : learning to be drier

C Campbell, E Smith, E Siesmaa

(2011), Vol. 51, pp. 1-12, Australian journal of adult learning, Canbera, A.C.T., C1

journal
2010

A snapshot of science education in kindergarten settings

C Campbell, W Jobling

(2010), Vol. 1, pp. 3-21, International research in early childhood education, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal

The role of NCCP time for enhancing children's creativity in technology

C Campbell, B Jane

(2010), pp. 561-567, IOSTE 2010 : Socio-Cultual and Human Values in Science and Technology Education Conference Proceedings, Bled, Slovenia, E1

conference

The technological knowledge of early childhood pre-service educators

C Campbell

(2010), pp. 83-91, TERC 2010 : Proceedings of the 6th Biennial International Conference on Technology Education Research : Knowledge in Technology Education, Surfers Paradise, Qld., E1

conference

Technological thinking in primary-aged children

C Campbell, B Jane

(2010), pp. 74-83, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Technology Education Research, Gold Coast, Qld., E1

conference

Supporting ICT based pedagogies in science in rural school settings

P Hubber, G Chittleborough, C Campbell, W Jobling, R Tytler

(2010), Vol. 25, pp. 12-16, Australian educational computing, Belonnen, A.C.T., C1-1

journal
2009

Developing a rural and regional science challenge to utilise community and industry-based partnerships

D Blake, C Campbell

(2009), Vol. 5, pp. 247-253, EURASIA journal of mathematics, science & technology education, Ankara, Turkey, C1

journal

Learning to be drier in the southern Murray-Darling Basin : setting the scene for this research volume

B Golding, C Campbell

(2009), Vol. 49, pp. 423-450, Australian journal of adult learning, Canberra, ACT., C1

journal

Learning to be drier in dryland country

E Smith, C Campbell

(2009), Vol. 49, pp. 520-543, Australian journal of adult learning, Canberra, ACT., C1

journal

Wicked learning : reflecting on learning to be drier

B Golding, M Brown, A Foley, E Smith, C Campbell, C Schulz, J Angwin, L Grace

(2009), Vol. 49, pp. 544-566, Australian journal of adult learning, Canberra, ACT., C1

journal
2008

What's in a name? Environmental education and education for sustainable development as slogans

C Campbell, I Robottom

(2008), pp. 195-206, Environmental education : identity, politics and citizenship, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, B1

chapter

Investigating children's languge in technology education

C Campbell, B Jane

(2008), pp. 56-65, Exploring technology education : solutions to issues in a globalised world, Surfers Paradise, Qld., E1

conference
2007

Views of student learning

C Campbell, R Tytler

(2007), pp. 23-42, Art of teaching primary science, Crows Nest, N.S.W., B1

chapter

Listening to students' voices in mathematics education

B Doig, S Groves, C Campbell, J Mousley, G Williams

(2007), pp. 884-884, Mathematics : essential research, essential practice : proceedings of the 30th annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, Hobart, Tas., E1

conference

Technology and teachers in rural schools: creating future advantage

C Campbell, G Chittleborough, P Hubber, R Tytler

(2007), pp. 140-144, Sustainable, Responsible, Global: Proceedings of CONASTA 56 and ICASE 2007 World Conference on Science and Technology Education, The Sheraton Hotel and Mercedes College, Perth, Western Australia, E1

conference

Sharing good teaching practice: Practical strategies to integrate ICT into the classroom

G Chittleborough, C Campbell, P Hubber, R Tytler

(2007), pp. 1-4, CONASTA 56 and ICASE 2007 : Proceedings of CONASTA 56 and ICASE 2007 World Conference on Science and Technology Education : Sustainable, responsible, global, Perth, Western Australia, E1

conference

Technology and teachers in rural schools : diversity and similarity

G Chittleborough, C Campbell, P Hubber, R Tytler

(2007), pp. 29-42, SiMERR 2007 : Proceedings of the 'Narrowing the gap: addressing educational disadvantage' conference : SiMERR National Conference University of New England, University of New England, Armidale, NSW, E1

conference

Educating for the future : technological advantages?

C Campbell, G Chittleborough, P Hubber, R Tytler

(2007), NARST 2007 : Restructuring science education through research : Proceedings of the National Assocation for Research in Science Teaching, Annual International Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, E1-1

conference

Using online environments to promote assessment as a learning enhancement process

M Rice, C Campbell, J Mousley

(2007), pp. 418-430, Enhancing teaching and learning through assessment, Dordrecht, Netherlands, B1-1

chapter

Listening to student opinions about group assessment.

J Mousley, C Campbell

(2007), pp. 895-899, MERGA 30 : Mathematics: essential research, essential practice : Proceedings of the 30th annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, held at Wrest Point Hotel Casino, Hobart, Tasmania, 2-6 July 2007, Hobart, Tasmania, E1-1

conference
2006

A teacher`s attempts at change in a science classroom

C Campbell

(2006), Vol. 52, pp. 18-25, Teaching science, Deakin, A.C.T., C1

journal

Enhancing the creative process for learning in primary technology education

A Webster, C Campbell, B Jane

(2006), Vol. 16, pp. 221-235, International journal of technology and design education, Stoke-on-Trent, England, C1

journal

Valuing creativity in technology education

B Jane, C Campbell

(2006), pp. 1-11, Values in technology education: Proceedings of the 4th Biennial International Conference on Technology Education Research, Gold Coast, Queensland, E1

conference
2005

Innovative science education assessment : linking theory with practice

C Campbell

(2005), pp. 55-64, CoSMEd 2005 : International Conference on Science and Mathematics Education : Bridging the theory-practice gap in science and mathematics education: the challenge to change, Penang, Malaysia, E1

conference

Using online environments to promote assessment as a learning enhancement process

M Rice, C Campbell, J Mousley

(2005), pp. 417-430, Enhancing teaching and learning through assessment : Proceedings of The First International Conference on Enhancing Teaching and Learning through Assessment, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, E1-1

conference
2004

Environmental education - appropriate vehicle for teaching science?

C Campbell, I Robottom

(2004), Vol. 50, pp. 18-23, Teaching science : journal of the Australian Science Teachers Association, Deakin, A.C.T., C1

journal

The interweaving of technology education into a thematic environmental program

C Campbell

(2004), pp. 104-112, Learning for innovation in technology education, Gold Coast, Qld., E1

conference
2003

Researching a whole-year EE program: some methodological issues

C Campbell, G Herbert, I Robottom

(2003), Vol. 19, pp. 27-36, Australian journal of environmental education, St. Lucia, Qld., C1

journal

The positioning of mathematics in an environmental thematic curriculum

C Campbell

(2003), pp. 199-206, Mathematics education research: innovation, networking, opportunity: proceedings of the 26th annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, Geelong, Vic., E1

conference

Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

School-based pedagogies and partnerships in primary science teacher education

A/Prof Linda Hobbs, A/Prof Coral Campbell, Dr Gail Chittleborough, Dr Sandra Herbert, Dr John Kenny, Dr Mellita Jones, Dr Christine Redman, Dr Jeffrey King

OLT Seed Projects - Office for Learning and Teaching

  • 2014: $55,200
  • 2012: $155,000

Out-of-field Teaching: Sustaining Quality Practices Across Subjects

A/Prof Linda Hobbs, Dr Whannell Robert, Prof Russell Tytler, A/Prof Colleen Vale, Dr Frances Quinn, A/Prof Coral Campbell, Dr Terry Lyons, Prof Colleen Vale

ARC - Discovery Projects

  • 2017: $60,257
  • 2016: $39,278
  • 2015: $43,250

Other Public Sector Funding

Delivery of the Switched on Secondary Science Professional Learning program

A/Prof Peter Hubber, Prof Russell Tytler, Dr Gail Chittleborough, Dr Wendy Jobling, Dr Laura Barraza, A/Prof Coral Campbell

  • 2012: $55,445
  • 2011: $150,716
  • 2010: $23,845

Design of the Switched on Secondary Science Professional Learning Program (SOSSPL)

A/Prof Peter Hubber, Prof Russell Tytler, A/Prof Coral Campbell, Dr Gail Chittleborough, Dr Wendy Jobling, Dr Laura Barraza

  • 2010: $35,760

A short cycle model for school improvement in Barwon South Network

Dr Shaun Rawolle, Prof Russell Tytler, A/Prof Coral Campbell, A/Prof Louise Paatsch, Dr Muriel Wells

  • 2012: $69,600
  • 2011: $46,400

Investigating kindergarten participation rates in the Geelong Region

A/Prof Coral Campbell, Mrs Janette Grenfell

  • 2012: $13,129
  • 2011: $10,452

Evaluation of the National Partnerships (Teacher, Quality, Supply and Retention) Initiatives for the Victorian school workforce

Prof Brenton Doecke, Prof Russell Tytler, Prof Christine Halse, Dr Brian Doig, Prof Julianne Moss, A/Prof Damian Blake, A/Prof Peter Hubber, A/Prof Coral Campbell, Dr Anne-Marie Morrissey, A/Prof Bernadette Walker-Gibbs, Dr Wendy Kortman, Mr Alan Marshall, Ms Barbara Preston, Dr Jodie Kline, Dr Glenn Auld, A/Prof Linda Hobbs

  • 2013: $190,500
  • 2012: $25,500
  • 2011: $52,800

Primary Science Specialist Professional Learning Program

A/Prof Coral Campbell, Dr Gail Chittleborough, A/Prof Peter Hubber, Prof Russell Tytler, Dr Laura Barraza, Dr Wendy Jobling, Mr John Cripps Clark, Dr Sandra Herbert

  • 2012: $40,866
  • 2011: $95,354

2013 Primary Science Specialists Professional Learning Program

Prof Russell Tytler, A/Prof Coral Campbell, A/Prof Peter Hubber, Dr Wendy Jobling, Dr Laura Barraza, Dr John Cripps Clark, Dr Sandra Herbert, A/Prof Linda Hobbs

  • 2013: $78,086

2013-14 Primary Science Specialists Professional Learning Program

A/Prof Coral Campbell, A/Prof Peter Hubber, Dr Wendy Jobling, Dr Laura Barraza, Dr John Cripps Clark, Dr Sandra Herbert, A/Prof Linda Hobbs, Prof Russell Tytler

  • 2015: $1,600
  • 2014: $35,162
  • 2013: $82,045

Assessment of impact and value: Scientists and Mathematicians in Schools Program

Prof Russell Tytler, A/Prof Coral Campbell, Dr Gail Chittleborough, Dr Gaye Williams, Dr Peta White, Prof David Symington, Mr Garrett Upstill

  • 2015: $99,710

Primary Mathematics and Science Specialist Professional Learning Program February/March 2015

Dr Gail Chittleborough, Prof Russell Tytler, A/Prof Coral Campbell, A/Prof Peter Hubber, Dr Lihua Xu, Dr John Cripps Clark, Dr Peta White

  • 2015: $6,818

Secondary STEM Catalysts: professional learning program

A/Prof Peter Hubber, Prof Russell Tytler, A/Prof Coral Campbell, A/Prof Colleen Vale, Dr John Cripps Clark, A/Prof Linda Hobbs, Dr Peta White, Dr Gaye Williams

  • 2018: $319,446
  • 2017: $295,146
  • 2016: $48,403

Industry and Other Funding

Using ICT to Support Literacy and Numeracy in Rural Schools

Prof Russell Tytler, A/Prof Peter Hubber, A/Prof Coral Campbell, Dr Gail Chittleborough, Dr Elizabeth Stacey

  • 2007: $20,000
  • 2006: $30,000

Proposal for evaluation of the BHP Billiton science awards

Prof Russell Tytler, A/Prof Peter Hubber, A/Prof Coral Campbell, Dr Gail Chittleborough

  • 2010: $13,000
  • 2009: $15,000

Science Literacy in the International Baccalaureate primary Years Program (PYP) NAP-SL Outcomes

A/Prof Coral Campbell, Dr Gail Chittleborough, Dr Brian Doig, Dr Wendy Jobling

  • 2014: $9,342
  • 2013: $21,798

Girls as leaders in STEM (GALS)

A/Prof Coral Campbell

  • 2018: $60,000

Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2017

Anne Ryan

Thesis entitled: A Whole-School Approach to Mentoring Students: An Australian Secondary School Case Study

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

Associate Supervisor
2013

Sri Soejatminah

Thesis entitled: Internationalising the Curriculum: Student Learning in the Global Experience Program

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

2011

Adrian Waters

Thesis entitled: A Life in Environmental Education: An Autobiographical Case Study

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education