Assoc Prof Margaret Baguley
|Position||Associate Professor (Arts Education, Curriculum and Pedagogy)|
|Section||School of Linguistics, Adult and Specialist Education|
|Phone||+61 7 3470 4341|
|Qualifications||BVisArt QUT , GCertTT&L Tas , GDipT McAuleyColl , GDipArts ACU , MA QUT , DArt DDIAE , PhD Tas|
Fields of Research (FoR)
Curriculum and Pedagogy not elsewhere classified
Specialist Studies in Education not elsewhere classified
Visual Arts and Crafts not elsewhere classified
Dr Margaret Baguley is an associate professor in arts education, curriculum and pedagogy at the University of Southern Queensland. Her contribution to quality learning, teaching and research has been recognised through a series of awards including a USQ School-Specific Publication Excellence Award - Journal Article (Third place, 2015 & 2016), USQ Publication Excellence Award - Authored Book (2015, Third place), Vice Chancellor's Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning (2014, USQ), Team Commendation Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning (2013, USQ), Faculty Excellence in Research (Early Career) Award (2012, USQ), a Faculty Teaching Excellence Award (2010, USQ) the Australian Learning and Teaching Council's National Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning (2008, UTAS); a Vice-Chancellor's Teaching Excellence Award (2007, UTAS); Teaching Merit Certificates (2008, 2007, 2004, UTAS) and a Mentoring Award (2005, UTAS). She has an extensive teaching background across all facets of education, in addition to maintaining her arts practice. An interest in collaborative practice and creativity underpins her teaching.
Dr Baguleys research work is concerned with the complexities of the collaborative process which she examined in her PhD entitled Partnership or Perish? A study of artistic collaborations. This research has examined the role of leadership, authorship, ego and support in the arts sector.
During 2015 Dr Baguley was awarded a Australian Government ANZAC Centenary Arts and Culture Public Fund Grant with Dr Martin Kerby from St Joseph's Nudgee College in Brisbane. The grant supported a sound and light show using the heritage listed buildings of the school to 'reveal' the stories of past students and their war time experience. Dr Baguley was also one of the lead artists on a 2014 Queensland ANZAC Centenary Grant and was responsible for the design and creation of a six panel textile artwork commemorating the service of past students from St Joseph's Nudgee College. The outcomes of both grants were exhibited at the college on October 24, 2015.
Dr Baguley is the Chair of the Conference Standing Committee for AARE (2014 - 2016) and is currently working towards the next conference at the MCG in Melbourne, Victoria. She is an elected World Councillor for the International Society for Education through Art (InSEA) representing the South East Asia Pacific region (2014 - 2017). Dr Baguley was one of the organising committee for the World Alliance for Arts Education (WAAE) Global Summit held at Griffith University from the 26 - 28 Nov, 2014. She is currently co-editing a special theme journal issue and an international handbook drawn from presentations at the WAAE Summit for publication in (respectively) June and December, 2016.
Member of Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE)
Member of the International Society for Education Through Art (InSEA)
Member of National Art Education Association (NAEA)
Member of National Association of Visual Arts (NAVA)
Member of Flying Arts
Currently teaching courses/programs
Sem 1, 2016
DCA9501: Creative Arts Exegesis and Practice A
School Coordinator - Research and Research Training - School of Linguistics, Adult and Specialist Education
Research most recent
Kerby, M., Baguley, M., & Tuppurainen-Mason, E. (2016). "Interpreting the Anzac legacy: Reflexive accounts of artistic practice." Australian Art Education, 37(2), pp. 116 - 132.
MacDonald, A., Barton, G., Baguley, M., & Hartwig, K. (2016). "Teachers' Curriculum Stories: Perceptions and preparedness to enact change." Educational Philosophy and Theory. DOI: 10.1080/00131857.2016.1210496 [Published online 5 Aug 2016]
Baguley, M. (2015). "Learning to see differently: The Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art." In F. Dervin & R. Machart (Eds.). Cultural Essentialism in Intercultural Relations (pp. 81 - 98). Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
Research most notable
Barton, G., Baguley, M., & MacDonald, A., (2013). "Seeing the Bigger Picture: Investigating the State of the Arts in Teacher Education Programs in Australia." Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 38(7), pp. 75 - 90.
Carrillo, C., & Baguley, M. (2011). "From School Teacher to University Lecturer: Illuminating the Journey from the Classroom to the University for Two Arts Educators". Teaching and Teacher Education, 27(1), pp. 62 - 72.
Baguley, M. & Brown, A. (2009). "Critical friends: an investigation of shared narrative practice between education and nursing graduates." Teaching in Higher Education, 14(2), pp. 195 - 207.
Publications in ePrints
Baguley, Margaret M. and Kerby, Martin C. (2016) Editorial - special theme issue of Australian Art Education. Australian Art Education, 37 (2). pp. 97-99. ISSN 1032-1942
Kerby, Martin C. and Baguley, Margaret M. and Tuppurainen-Mason, Eloise (2016) Interpreting the Anzac legacy: reflexive accounts of artistic practice. Australian Art Education, 37 (2). pp. 116-132. ISSN 1032-1942
MacDonald, Abbey and Barton, Georgina and Baguley, Margaret and Hartwig, Kay (2016) Teachers' curriculum stories: perceptions and preparedness to enact change. Educational Philosophy and Theory. ISSN 0013-1857
Baguley, Margaret (2015) Learning to see differently: the Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art. In: Cultural essentialism in intercultural relations. Frontiers of Globalization Series. Palgrave Macmillan Ltd., Basingstoke, Hampshire, England, pp. 81-98. ISBN 978-1-137-49858-8
Baguley, Margaret M. and Findlay, Yvonne S. and Kerby, Martin C., eds. (2015) Meanings and motivation in education research. Taylor & Francis (Routledge), New York. ISBN 978-1-138-81027-3 (hbk)