Marcelle is the Chair of the B.Ed Program in the School of Education at Victoria University.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Riding the Paperless Tiger

Victoria University Teacher Education staff develop a paperless multi-mode, mixed delivery approach to learning and teaching in Language, Education & Technology, a Bachelor of Education (Year 1) core subject.

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Indicators of Host Community Readiness in Refugee Relocation Programs: Factors that Contribute to a Positive Relocation Experience

This presentation will explore contributing factors to successful relocation programs for migrants in Australia. Data findings are based on a two year study carried out in Victoria, Australia

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Relationship Building in Remote Indigenous Australian Communities: Case Studies from a Literacy Program

This presentation shares the experiences of two university lecturers who participated in SWIRL (Story Writing in Remote Locations), which targets Australian Indigenous communities with the intent of improving literacy outcomes.

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The VCAL Experience: Unpacking Innovative Teaching and Learning Strategies

This presentation will report the findings of a research project on the VCAL program. This is a joint study with Broadmeadows Secondary College and Victoria University.

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Story Writing in Remote Locations: Building Sustainable and Respectful Partnerships in Remote Educational Settings

Story Writing in Remote Locations (SWIRL) is an alternative approach to dealing with literacy engagement in remote Aboriginal settings.

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Reconceptualising Pre-service Teacher Education at Victoria University: Putting the Byte into Inquiry Learning

This paper will report on the experiences of staff at Victoria University in redesigning the pre-service teaching course to accomodate for digital pedagogies.

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Creating Authentic Links between Museums and Educational Institutions: Researching Innovative Partnerships

This paper provides an overview of the importance of creating sustainable partnerships across sectors. The use of ICT resources to enhance such partnerships is also examined

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Project Partnerships: The Role of Technology in Building Innovative Practicum Experiences

Project Partnerships is a model of practicum which currently underpins the teacher education programs offered at Victoria University in Melbourne, Australia.

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Building Constructive Partnerships with Community Stakeholders: Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Advance Program in Secondary School Settings

The Advance Program is a youth program offered in government secondary schools in Victoria, Australia.

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Indigenous Literacies: “White Fella Engagements”

This paper presents a study on the literacy initatives offered as part of a preservice teacher preparation course in Indigenous communities in remote Austrlaia.

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