Monday, April 03, 2023

New article published

Michele and I were still working on papers and book ideas when she died. One of our projects was with a team of three Masters students from a cohort we worked with in 2018 and 2019 on the theme of learning to become teacher researchers within a hybrid course in their M.Ed. specialism (Literacy Education). The students and I continued working on the article last year, and it has just been published in the Australian Journal of Language and Literacy -- exactly 30 years after Michele published her first peer reviewed academic article in the same journal. 

Many thanks to Diana, Theresa and Suzanne for seeing this through, and for being such wonderful academics all the way through the program and subsequently. Long may you run.

The article can be viewed (view only) here:   https://rdcu.be/c8NXF


Comments:
I was one of Michele’s students back in 2008. I just wanted to say how much I miss her. I think about her all the time! She will always hold such a special place in my heart because she was the best educator I ever had and no one compared to her! ❤️
 
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