AsPr Josephine Lang



Assoc Hos (Teaching & Learning)


Faculty of Arts and Education


SoE Arts & Ed


Melbourne Burwood Campus


Bachelor of Education, , 1988
Graduate Diploma in Planning & Design, University of Melbourne, 1994
Master of Environmental Studies, University of Melbourne, 1996
Graduate Certificate of Education, Deakin University, 1996
Master of Education, University of Melbourne, 1999
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Melbourne, 2013

+61 3 924 46378

Research interests

Teacher Professional Learning, Curriculum Design and Assessment, Pedagogy, Education for Sustainability


Australian Association for Research in Education
Victorian Association for Environmental Education
Australian Association for Environmental Education
Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia

Australian Teacher Education Association

Units taught

ETP401 Assessment: Ways of Knowing Learners - Unit Chair

EPR703/6/7 Reflecting on Practice in Professional Experience in T2 (MTch)


2011 International Education Association of Australia [IEAA] Excellence Award presented to Finding Common Ground: Enhancing interaction between domestic and international students for Best Practice/ Innovation in International Education.

2007-2008 RMIT University Learning & Teaching Fellowship, working on national Australian Learning & Teaching Council initiative: Teaching Quality Indicators Project

2004 RMIT University Nominee for the 2004 Australian Awards for University Teaching

2003 RMIT University Teaching Award, Student-Centred Higher Education category awarded at both Faculty/School and Portfolio levels

1999 Certificate of Commendation, Fire Awareness Community Service Award, awarded for my work on the publication, Fire in the Australian Landscape, Government category.

1994 Sponsored scholarship by ICI Deer Park to participate in the Earthwatch Expedition Birds of Western Australia, part of the ICI Employee/Teacher partnership program, April 1994


Multimedia learning and professional learning of preservice teachers
Effective school-community partnerships for Education for Sustainability
Blended learning in university contexts
Peer Learning


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Digital credentialing: does it offer a meaningful response to initial teacher education reform?

A/Prof Josephine Lang

(2016), pp. 49-62, Teacher education : innovation, intervention and impact, Singapore, B1


The challenges of blended learning using a media annotation tool

Kathy Douglas, A/Prof Josephine Lang, Meg Colasante

(2014), Vol. 11, pp. 1-19, Journal of university teaching and learning practice, Wollongong, NSW, C1


Conversations in school: community learning partnerships for sustainabilty

Leonie Wheeler, A/Prof Josephine Lang, Britt Gow, Jose R Guevara, Jodi-Anne Smith

(2014), pp. 183-206, Knowledge in action. : university-community engagement in Australia, Newcastle, Eng., B1-1


Finding common ground: enhancing interaction between domestic and international students in higher education

Sophie Arkoudis, Prof Kim Watty, Chi Baik, Xin Yu, Helen Borland, Shanton Chang, Ian Lang, A/Prof Josephine Lang, Amanda Pearce

(2013), Vol. 18, pp. 222-235, Teaching in higher education, London, England, C1


Afterword - Designing learning : making connections

A/Prof Josephine Lang

(2012), pp. 265-279, Live projects : designing with people, Melbourne, Vic., B1-1


Significance of a multimedia resource in the professional learning of preservice teachers

A/Prof Josephine Lang

(2010), pp. -, AARE 2010 : Proceedings of the 2010 Australian Association for Research in Education Conference, Coldstream, Vic., E1-1



Industry and Other Funding

International Baccalaureate: Assessment of Student' Aged 3-12 for Development and Learning

A/Prof Dianne Toe, A/Prof Bonnie Yim, A/Prof Josephine Lang, A/Prof Louise Paatsch, Dr Brian Doig, Dr Wendy Jobling, Dr George Aranda

  • 2015: $36,586
  • 2014: $17,577


Data will be available in 2017