The Queensland Council of Deans of Educaton (QCDE) is the peak body representing Queensland Teacher Education Providers, University Schools and Faculties of Education. The QCDE leads the delivery and development of initial Teacher Education programs, graduate and postgraduate education programs, partnerships with education providers and research. QCDE acts as an advocate for pre-service and in-service teacher education.
|INSTITUTION||NOMINATED REPRESTENTATIVE||CONTACT DETAILS||BIOGRAPHY||CURRENT ROLE|
|Australian Catholic University||TBA|
|Central Queensland University||Professor Bill Blaney||COUNCIL MEMBER|
|Christian Heritage College||TBA|
Professor Donna Pendergast
|email@example.com||Head and Dean - School of Education and Professional Studies - Arts, Education and Law Group - Griffith University
Professor Donna Pendergast is Dean, School of Education and Professional Studies at Griffith
University in Queensland, Australia. Her fields of research expertise are middle years education, teacher efficacy, school reform, and teacher education. She has conducted numerous competitive research projects related to school education together valued at more than AUS$2.5 million.
|James Cook University||Professor Nola Alloway|
|Queensland University of Technology||Professor Caroll Nicol|
|Southern Cross University||Professor Faye McCullum||CURRENT COUNCIL MEMBER|
|University of Queensland||TBA|
|University of Southern Queensland||
Professor Stephen Winn
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Head of the School - School of Teacher Education and Early Childhood Education - Faculty of Business, Education, Law and Arts - University of Southern Queensland
Director of the Board of Parents and Citizens Queensland Current Accredited AITSL Panel Chair Initial Teacher Education programs Australasian Epidemiological Association member ACEL member Registered teacher Visiting Professor University of California Irvine School of Medicine Visiting Scholar University of California, Riverside School of Medicine Previously Academic Director at the University of New England, Armidale New South Wales and Deputy Head of the School of Rural Medicine, Joint Medical Program, University of Newcastle/University of New England A graduate of Flinders University with a PhD from the School of Medicine has been a manager of disability services, principal and teacher. His research focus is in the use of digital technology in health and education particularly medical education, teacher education and in-home support for aged persons.
|DEPUTY CHAIR / TREASURER AND SECRETARY|
|University of Southern Queensland||
Associate Professor Warren Midgley
|email@example.com||Head of School - School of Linguistics, Adult and Specialist Education - Faculty of Business, Education, Law and Arts - University of Southern Queensland
Associate Professor Midgley's teaching experience is in the area of English as an Additional Language or Dialect (EALD), having taught English as a Foreign Language in Japan for 12 years, as well as English as a Second Language in Australia. His research expertise is in Sociolinguistics, Educational Research and Digital Futures in Education. Associate Professor Midgley is the lead editor of four books and co-author of two books on research in Education, and has published widely in various scholarly books and journals.
|University of the Sunshine Coast||
Professor Shelley Dole
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Head of School of Education - Faculty of Science, Health, Education and Engineering - University of the Sunshine Coast
Over the 25 years she has been in education, she has taught in primary, secondary and tertiary teaching institutions throughout Australia. Her research interests include mathematics curriculum change and innovation; learning difficulties, misconceptions and conceptual change associated with learning mathematics; and particularly rational number topics of ratio and percent and the development of proportional reasoning and multiplicative structures. Shelley has led two major Australian Research Council projects focusing on numeracy across the curriculum and the development of proportional reasoning, with teachers and schools in Queensland and South Australia. She has been involved in several major research projects in Queensland, Tasmania, Victoria and South Australia including middle years literacy and numeracy; early years literacy and numeracy and distance education; mental computation, number sense and invented algorithms; teaching and learning percent in the middle school; basic facts in the early years, as well as teacher professional development projects. In 2009, Shelley won a University of Queensland Award for Teaching Excellence, and in 2010 was the recipient of an Australian Award for University Teaching. In 2016, she was awarded a Higher Education Academy (HEA) Fellowship. She is currently on the Register of Experts in Higher Education for the Australian Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency and a research assessor for the ARC.
|CURRENT COUNCIL MEMBER|