Anne-Marie Morgan served as Head of School in the School of Education prior to her appointment as Associate Dean, Teaching and Learning for the Faculty. She has also contributed to a number of University committees and initiatives, including University-wide languages and cultures education, and the VC Scholars program.
Anne-Marie is a member of the English, Literacies and Languages Education (ELLE) teaching team. Within this group, she specialises in Languages and Literacy Education. She is also an active member of the Languages, Literacies and Literature (LLL) Research Network, and an interschool Languages consortium, with colleagues from Linguistics in the School of Behavioural, Cognitive and Social Sciences; Languages in the School of Arts; English in the School of Humanities; and ESL in the English Languages Centre. Prior to working in universities, Anne-Marie had over 20 years of experience in school teaching and educational consultancy, in the Arts, English, ESL and Languages education. Before teaching, she worked in the theatre and other performing arts, after graduating from NIDA in the early 1980s.
Anne-Marie is actively involved in community and industry work for the profession, including being President Elect of the peak umbrella association for teachers of languages, the AFMLTA; and for languages teaching, as a member of LCNAU; and for literacy education through being vice President of the Northern NSW regional Council of ALEA. She frequently represents the profession with governments, education jurisdictions and education agencies. She is currently advising on introducing primary languages teaching specialisations in teaching degrees, through the NSW Council of Deans of Education.