Staff profile - Julianne Lynch
Dr Julianne Lynch
|Faculty or Division:||Faculty of Arts and Education|
|Department:||SoE Arts & Ed|
|Phone:||+61 3 556 33246 +61 3 556 33246|
- Bachelor of Education, Deakin University, 1992
- Master of Arts, Monash University, 1994
- Doctor of Philosophy, La Trobe University, 2001
Teaching with new technologies; innovative pedagogies
Learner diversity; learner identity; learning theories
Curriculum theory; curriculum innovation
- Curriculum innovation
- Educational technology
- Teacher practice
- Scholarship of teaching
Recent research projects
- Fluker Post Schools Project, Telematics Trust 2014-2015, Fluker, Augar & Lynch
- A techno-historical trail of Peek Whuurong historical sites created by local students, Telematics Trust 2013-2014, Lynch & Redpath
- Teaching science to diverse learners: Responses to the Australian Curriculum, CREFI RDG 2014, Herbert & Lynch
- Teachers’ uses of mobile touch-screen devices in early primary school, DEAKIN CRG 2014, Lynch & O'Mara
- iPreps: Supporting early years' literacy learning with iPods and iPads, School of Education 2010-2010, Lynch & Redpath
- Academic skills and mentoring program: University and School partnerships, 2011-2013
- Supporting educational achievement and aspiration through 'real' science in a low SES primary school, DUPPP 2011-2013, Lynch, Herbert & Redpath
- Leading curriculum change, AITSL 2012,
Conferences and seminars
Recent conference presentations:
Redpath T & Lynch J (2015) Locating Learning: Making Connections Between Virtual and Physical Spaces with Mobile Touch-Screen Devices [invited speaker], AERA, Chicago, April 2015.
Redpath T & Lynch J (2014) Locating Learning: Making Connections Between Virtual and Physical Spaces with Mobile Touch-Screen Devices [featured symposium], AARE, Brisbane, November 2014.
Lynch J & Herbert S (2013) Negotiating place and space in a school-wide curriculum innovation: a place for the animals, AARE, Adelaide, November 2014.
Arenas E & Lynch J (2013) Pedagogical principles for the design of virtual learning spaces in higher education, HERDSA 2013: The place of learning and teaching: Proceedings of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia 2013 Conference (pp. 26-36) Milperra, N.S.W.
Arenas E & Lynch J (2012) Techno-literacy and learning in blended, multicultural course environments, E-Learn 2012 :Proceedings of the World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education (pp. 1-10), Montréal, Québec.
30 August 2013 Warrnambool tertiary-primary partnership earns science award: http://www.standard.net.au/story/1741003/warrnambool-tertiary-primary-partnership-earns-science-award/?cs=383
26 July 2013 Hold the phone: I can hear university calling: http://www.standard.net.au/story/1662899/hold-the-phone-i-can-hear-university-calling/
3 July 2013 Past meets present on the techno-trail: http://www.standard.net.au/story/1612740/past-meets-present-on-the-techno-trail/
29 April 2013 Warrnambool East Primary School science up for top award: http://www.standard.net.au/story/1462754/warrnambool-east-primary-school-science-up-for-top-award/
22 February 2013, 'Governor keen to return to Warrnambool as a tourist': http://www.standard.net.au/story/1318221/video-governor-keen-to-return-to-warrnambool-as-a-tourist/?cs=72
Article in the Warrnambool Standard, 9 February 2013, 'Fishing for our future scientists': http://www.standard.net.au/story/1289394/fishing-for-our-future-scientists/?cs=383
Article in the Warrnambool Extra, 27 March 2012, 'School fostering future scientists' http://www.warrnamboolextra.com.au/story/222412/school-fostering-future-scientists/
Article in the Warrnambool Standard, 26 December 2011, 'Warrnambool school leads the way': http://www.standard.net.au/story/69021/warrnambool-school-leads-the-way/
Article in the Warrnambool Standard, 8 August 2011 Picture this: School students get a new image of life at uni
Article in the Warrnambool Standard, 2 February 2011 Learning how to think: http://www.standard.net.au/story/789658/learning-how-to-think/
Technology and school education
Engaging diverse and 'at risk' cohorts
Innovation, technology and the scholarship of university teaching
Lynch J & Herbert S 2015 'Affirming irregular spaces in a school-wide curriculum initiative: A place for the animals', Curriculum Inquiry, Volume 45, Issue 3, pages 285- 303.
Lynch J, 2015, Researching With Heart In Ed-Tech: What Opportunities Does The Socially Indeterminate Character Of Technological Artefacts Open Up For Affirming Emergent And Marginalized Practices? In S. Bulfin, N.J. Johnson & C. Bigum (eds), Critical Perspectives on Technology and Education (pp. ). Palgrave-Macmillan.
Lynch J, Walker-Gibbs B, & Herbert S (2015) Moving beyond a ‘bums-on-seats’ analysis of progress towards widening participation: reflections on the context, design and evaluation of an Australian government-funded mentoring programme, Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 37 (2): 1-15.
Lynch J & Redpath T (2014) 'Smart technologies' in early years literacy education : A meta-narrative of paradigmatic tensions in iPad use in an Australian preparatory classroom, Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, vol. 14, pp. 147-174.
Greaves K & Lynch J (2012) Is the lecturer in the room? a study of student satisfaction with online discussions in practical legal training, Legal Education Review, vol. 22, pp. 147-175.
Rowan L & Lynch J (2011) The continued underrepresentation of girls in post-compulsory information technology courses : a direct challenge to teacher education, Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, vol. 39, pp. 83-95.