BA (ECE), MPhil
Phone: 9433 0155
Liz is currently working as a lecturer and Secondary Practicum Coordinator in the School of Education. She has extensive classroom experience in Western Australia and the United Kingdom, working in both government and Catholic schools as a classroom teacher and Learning Support Unit coordinator.
Liz has completed her Masters of Philosophy through the University of Notre Dame Australia. Her thesis was entitled “Initial teacher education students’ literacy: Factors that impact on literacy achievement of prospective pre-service teachers”. She has a strong interest in literacy teaching and learning across the various levels of education and work integrated learning/professional experience as an integral aspect of pre-service teacher education and professional development. Prior to joining Notre Dame, Liz worked as a sessional lecturer at Curtin University. She has also supervised pre-service teachers during their professional experience placements for Notre Dame, Curtin and Edith Cowan Universities.
Liz has taught across a range of course for undergraduate education students. In her current role she coordinates secondary professional experience courses and manages the implementation of the Teacher Performance Assessment for Notre Dame’s Fremantle campus.
Work integrated learning/professional experience
Research expertise and supervision
Research related to literacy in pre-service teachers
Teacher Registration Board of Western Australia
Australian College of Educators
Australian Collaborative Education Network
Western Australia School Experience Committee