Dr Janet Moles
|Position:||Senior Lecturer In Early Childhood Education|
|Faculty or Division:||Faculty of Arts and Education|
|Department:||SoE Arts & Ed|
|Campus:||ic3.209, Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus|
|Phone:||+61 3 522 72687 +61 3 522 72687|
- Bachelor of Arts, Massey University, 1998
- Master of Education, Massey University, 2002
- Doctor of Philosophy, Charles Sturt University, 2012
- Unit chair ECE403
- Unit Chair ECE307
- Unit chair ECE111
- Unit Chair ECE112
- Unit Chair ECE212
- Unit Chair ECP127
- Unit Chair ECP227
- Unit Chair ECP228
- Unit Chair ECP327
- Unit Chair ECP427
- Unit Chair ECP226
Subjects and units currently teaching
Conferences and seminars
Bend me, shape me, anyway you want me: making sense of different pedagogies in early childhood. Australian Women and Gender Studies Conference, UNSW, Sydney, December 2012. (Re)Viewing the landscape outside the box: Increasing student success by socioculturally appropriate support. New Zealand Conference for Research in Early Childhood Education, January 2012, Wellington, NZ NZARE, Wellington 2004: Looking through the kaleidoscope to find the con in the context of early childhood teacher education. NZARE, Auckland 2003: Teacher education meets the three little pigs. NZARE, Palmerston North 2002: Never mind the quality, feel the width: Values and priorities with achievement motivation for women cross-cultural learners. NZARE, Christchurch 2001: The hitch-hikers guide to cross-cultural motivation. NZARE, Waikato 2000: One size does not fit all: Supporting the achievement motivation of women cross-cultural learners. TEFANZ, Wellington 2002: Method or madness? The path to successful undergraduate research. TEFANZ, Auckland 2001. Invited lecturer, Teachers Refresher Course Committee, 2001: The childs voice in assessment: The hoarse whisperer. Diversity conference: Whitireia Community Polytechnic 2002: Roles, goals and achievement motivation for women cross-cultural learners.
Awards and prizes
New Horizons for Women study award for research 2000
Deakin University Award for Teaching Excellence, 2013
Vice Chancellor's Award for Outstanding Contribution to Partnerships (BECE D@YD Team
Ethnic minority student teachers
Children of ethnic minority
Using ICT in teacher education
Moles, J. (in review). Whose gender rules are they anyway? Contested identities in teacher education.
Moles, J & Santoro, N 2013, Bend me, shape me any way you want me: Constructing teacher identities across different paradigms, NZ Research in Early Childhood Education Journal, vol. 16, pp 29-44.
Moles, J., Tanielu-Dick, I., Atiga-Anderson, V., Sauvao, L., Fuimaono, H., Ryan, S., de Rose, S., Ferguson, J., & Fuli-Makaua, L 2012, (Re)Viewing the landscape outside the box: Increasing student success by socioculturally appropriate support. New Zealand Journal of Research in Early Childhood Education. 15, 123-137.
Moles, J 2012, Learning to think, learning to learn: Super teaching for super success. www.ChildForum.com.
Moles, J 2011,It is what you do – and the way that you do it....Working smarter, not harder for best practice. www.Childforum.com.
Moles, J 2009, Myths, mysteries and mates: The experiences of culturally diverse early childhood student teachers. New Zealand Journal of Research in Early Childhood Education, 9, 145-152.