Dr Nicole Green
|Position||Senior Lecturer (Education)|
|Section||School of Education|
|Phone||+61 7 4631 2809|
Fields of Research (FoR)
Early Childhood Education (excl. Maori)
Specialist Studies in Education
Teacher Education and Professional Development of Educators
Investigating a national history curriculum in early primary settings; social media enabled environments and teacher education pedagogy; professional learning and early childhood teachers in rural and remote settings; space and place theory.
International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (IAACS), Executive Member
Golden Key National Honour Society (Lifetime Membership)
Currently teaching courses/programs
EDE4012 Cross-cultural Communication in Early Childhood
EDO2104 Families and Society
EDU8000 Early Childhood Principles and Practices
EDU8011 Professional Culture, Dynamics and Change in ECE
Program Coordinator, Early Childhood
Research most recent
Green, N.C., Stewart, C. and Wolodko, B. (2018). Vulnerability: An uncomfortable means to a positive place. In Garvis, S. and Black, A. (Eds). Metaphors, manifestos, angst and agency: Listening to and learning from women’s lived experience in academe.
Green, N.C and Turner, M.A. (2017). Creating Children’s Spaces, Children Co-Creating Place. Special Issue: Rethinking the ludic: Imagining Play as Otherwise, Journal of Childhood Studies, 42 (3), 27-39.
Green, N.C., Wolodko, B. and Foskey, R. (2015). Social media-enabled learning: A review of the literature in higher education. In Bacon, E. (Ed.) Innovations in Technology Enhanced Learning. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Research most notable
Green, N.C, Noone, G. and Nolan, A. (2013). Contemporary paradigms of rural teaching: The significance of place, Australian and International Journal of Rural Education, 23(1), 91-116.
Wolodko, B., Stewart, C., Green, N.C., Edwards, H., Brooks, M. and Littledyke, R. (2013). Shifting mindsets within: Self-study of professional learning. In Willems, J. Tynan, B. and James, R. (Eds.). Global challenges and perspectives in blended and distance learning (pp. 191-201). Hershey, PA: IGI Global, Information Science Reference (an imprint of IGI Global).
Green, N.C., Wolodko, B., Stewart, C.,Edwards, H., Brooks, M., and Littledyke, R. (2012). Collaborative self-study of online teaching in early childhood education. International Journal for Academic Development, 1-12.
Green, N. C. and Nolan, A. (2011). Preparing the Australian early childhood workforce for rural and remote settings: A review of the literature. Australian Journal of Teacher Education: 36(12), Available: http://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/vol36/iss12/7
Green, N.C., Edwards, H., Wolodko, B., Stewart, C., Brooks, M. and Littledyke, R. (2010). Reconceptualising higher education pedagogy in online learning, Distance Education, 31(3), 257–273.
Green, N.C., Reitano, P. and Dixon, M. (2010). Teaching and learning History in primary schools: Pedagogical shifts, complexities and opportunities. International Journal of Learning, 17(8), 307-320.
Prochner, L., Cleghorn, A., & Green, N. (2008). Space considerations: Materials in the learning environment in three majority-world preschool settings. International Journal of Early Years Education, 16(3), 189-202.
Publications in ePrints
Green, Nicole and Tzuo, Pei Wen (2018) Relationships between families and schools: fostering communication and collaboration. In: Engaging beginning teachers, 3rd ed. Pearson Education South Asia, Singapore, pp. 211-231. ISBN 9789813133761
Green, Nicole and Turner, Michelle (2017) Creating children’s spaces, children co-creating place. Journal of Childhood Studies, 42 (3). pp. 27-39. ISSN 2371-4107
Dixon, Mary and Green, Nicole and Reitano, Paul and Senior, Kim and Taylor, Tony and Winter, Satine and Sahr, Rebecca (2015) Moments in time: investigating the Australian history curriculum in primary classrooms: final report 2015. Project Report. Deakin University , Victoria, Australia. [Report]
Green, Nicole C. and Wolodko, Brenda and Foskey, Roslyn (2015) Social media-enabled learning: a review of the literature in higher education. In: Innovations in technology enhanced learning. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, pp. 63-84. ISBN 978-1-4438-6629-3
Reitano, Paul and Green, Nicole C. (2013) Beginning teachers' conceptual understandings of effective history teaching: examining the change from 'subject knowers' to 'subject teachers'. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 41 (2). pp. 197-217. ISSN 1359-866X
Approved research supervisor in the area of:
Early Childhood Education (excl. Maori)