Mrs Suzanne Macqueen
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School of Education
The University of Newcastle, Australia
Suzanne Macqueen is a Lecturer in the School of Education at the University of Newcastle, teaching courses related to literacy, quality teaching and professional preparation. She recently completed a Master of Education (Research) on the topic of between-class achievement grouping for literacy and numeracy classes in primary schools. She is currently undertaking PhD research related to the impact of widening participation initiatives in teacher education.
- Master of Education, University of Newcastle, 2009
- Bachelor of Education (Honours), 1998
- Graduate Certificate Practice of Tertiary Teaching, University of Newcastle, 2007
- Grouping of students
- Primary education
- Teacher education
Completed a Master of Education (Research) study involving different class organisational structures in primary schools, and their effects on teaching, learning and student attitudes towards school.
Currently undertaking PhD study through the University of Queensland.
Equity in education
Fields of Research
Has coordinated courses with student enrolment from 12 - 270, incorporating field experiences.
- Behaviour management
- Primary English
- Primary teacher training
- Professional experience
Trained primary teacher, Has been teaching various primary teacher training courses at the University since 2000. These courses are primarily in the area of literacy. Has also supervised students in all levels of practicum.
- Effective teaching practices
- Professional preparation