Lecturer in Curriculum Studies, University of Tasmania

Renee has previously worked at Griffith University and at The University of Southern Queensland in various roles relating to initial teacher education. For 14 years Renee taught both internationally and in Australia as a high school English and Legal Studies teacher, but has also worked as a marker for the Queensland Core Skills test & for the Senior external examination in English. Her Doctoral thesis investigates search engine use in Australian home-schools and the ‘Generational Digital Divide’. Renee has experience in both quantitative and qualitative research techniques, particularly Critical Discourse Analysis. She has been the recipient of two academic scholarships

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer in Curriculum Studies, University of Tasmania