Information related to research interest "Pedagogy, Curriculum and Assessment"
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Faculty of Education and Arts
Nat Sch of Education
Jenny's research interests:
* Human agency in learning and development, particularly as applied to teacher education, science education and education leadership.
* Critical approaches to science education for equity and social justice.
* Transformative research methodologies, participatory ethnography, action research and developmental work research
Discursive psychology and cultural historical activity theory.
Dr Jenny Martin's research program is concerned with promoting student and teacher agency for the wellbeing of individuals and the planet and extends to science education, education for sustainability, initial teacher education, teacher professional learning and pedagogical leadership. She is currently Research Fellow on the Australian Research Council Discovery Project, Learning-rich Leadership for Quality Improvement in Early Education, concerned with transformative practice and pedagogical leadership in early childhood contexts. Her expertise includes applications of positioning theory and cultural historical activity theory to education research, developmental work research, action research, participatory ethnography, cultural/discursive psychology and includes video-based research design.
Jenny has published articles in the International Journal of Educational Research, Journal of Research in Science Teaching, Journal of Science Teacher Education, Research in Science Education, International Journal of Science Education, Learning, Cultural and Social Interaction, where she was also Guest-editor of a special issue on Agency and Learning, and articles and invited commentaries in Cultural Studies in Science Education.
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