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Episode Six - Text Messaging and Literacy 01, March 2017

Episode Six - Text Messaging and Literacy

In this episode, Tracy Burton interviews Dr Nenagh Kemp, a Senior Lecturer in the Division of Psychology in the School of Medicine at the University of Tasmania. Dr Kemp’s research focuses on the acquisition, development and use of spoken and written language, from infancy to adulthood, and she has a particular interest in the written language of digital communication. More generally, she is interested in children's cognitive development.

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Episode Five: INNOVATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS 03, February 2017

Episode Five: INNOVATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS

In this episode, Tracy Burton interviews Associate Professor Dr Wesley Imms from the Melbourne Graduate School of Education at the University of Melbourne. Dr Imms is a skilled educator with teaching awards spanning his primary, secondary and tertiary teaching career. He holds education degrees granted in Australia and Canada, including a research MA and a PhD in Curriculum Studies from the University of British Columbia. Dr Imms is currently a Senior Lecturer in the Melbourne Graduate School of Education, is that Schools Head of Visual Art Education, and its Research Higher Degree Coordinator for Curriculum and Teaching. He is a member of the University of Melbourne's Graduate Research Scholarships Committee, and a member of the Steering Committee of the university's Learning Environments Applied Research Network.

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Podcast Transcript - Playful Aggression in the Primary School 22, November 2016

Podcast Transcript - Playful Aggression in the Primary School

My guest today is Dr Jennifer Hart an Associate Lecturer in Early Childhood Education at the University of the Sunshine Coast. Dr Hart has 10 years of teaching experience within American early childhood settings and has coordinated courses on a rich array of early childhood topics at universities in the United States and Australia.

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