Suzanne Macqueen


B Ed., Grad. Cert. Tert. Teach., M. Ed.
Current PhD Candidate

School of Education

Tel: 61 2 4921 5698
Room: HA97
Callaghan, 2308

Suzanne Macqueen is a Lecturer in the School of Education, teaching Humanities and Social Science curriculum, literacy, quality teaching and professional preparation. Results from her Master of Education (Research) study on between-class achievement grouping in primary schools, emphasising the importance of equity practices in education, have been published in Australian and international journals. She is currently undertaking PhD research on the impact of widening participation initiatives in teacher education through the University of Queensland, with a focus on social justice. Her work has been presented at Australian research conferences as well as at BERA (London, 2011) and UK universities. Suzanne was awarded the University of Newcastle FEDUA RHD student publication prize (2010) for a strong and substantial publication, the FEDUA Excellence in Teaching Award (2009) for Teaching and a VC Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning (2010).

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