I have worked in the adult literacy field for 11 years. My interests lie in all aspects of literacy research/ practice, but particularly in designing effective programmes for Indigenous adults.


Publications:
Collaborative approaches to Literacy and Numeracy training in support of Indigenous participants in a pre-vocational education programme

This paper describes Literacy and Numeracy training in support of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth in the Northern Territory undertaking a pre-vocational programme for employment in the Automotive industry.

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How Does National Policy Translate to a Local Adult Literacy and Numeracy Assessment Regime for Indigenous Trainees?

Research on developing and evaluating literacy/numeracy assessment profiles of remote Australian Indigenous trainees, raising employment and Indigenous knowledge issues.

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Literacies for Indigenous Capacity Building

This project researches and identifies critical design factors for delivery of contextually based literacy and numeracy training that recognises the specific personal and cultural needs of Indigenous adults.

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Trialling a Cultural Approach to Improving the Retention and Integration of Indigenous Students in a Mainstream Adult Educational Programme

This presentation is the result of collaboration between 3 countries, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Issues highlighted in the presentation have commonalities across these nations, despite differences in learning contexts/learners.

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Professional Learning in Challenging Work Environments: Developing Teachers Across Great Distances

This paper outlines the issues faced and strategies developed to build strong, professional learning communities among teachers working in isolated and remote environments in the Northern Territory of Australia.

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Small Steps: Achieving Positive Literacy Outcomes in a Remote Community

This paper describes an integrated delivery model for adult literacy and numeracy provision, which has demonstrated its success with remote Indigenous people in the Northern Territory.

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