Dr Natasha Wardman

Lecturer, School of Education and Arts, Australian Catholic University

Natasha has been teaching at the tertiary level since 2009 on a range of undergraduate and postgraduate, face-to-face and online units. Her background is in primary education and her PhD focused on student understandings and experiences of responsibility in upper-primary school contexts. Natasha has reviewed publications for the journal of Gender & Education and Cambridge University Press as well as abstracts for the annual Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) conference as co-convener of the Teachers’ Work and Lives Special Interest Group. She is also an associate editor for the Issues in Educational Research Journal. Her teaching and research interests include gender, ethics, social justice and the cultural politics of education with the aim of empowering teachers to navigate the changing educational terrain and envisage new and more inclusive ways forward.

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer, School of Education and Arts, Australian Catholic University