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Annette is Associate Professor within the School of Curriculum, Faculty of Education, QUT and Executive Member, YuMi Deadly Centre, within the Faculty. Annette has been a mathematics education lecturer for over 20 years. She was the founding Director, YDC (2010). She is currenly involved in developing Cognitive Diagnostic Asessessment Tasks for YDC. Annette has been the recipient eight major projects (1 ARC Discovery Indigenous, 3 ARC Linkages, 3 ASISTMs, 1 AIATSIS) with a total cash value of $2.528 million. Annette has more than 50 quantum publications and she has also led large-scale DEST projects. Her main area of interest is in how students (including Indigenous students) acquire and access mathematical knowledge.
Diagnostic Assessment, Early Number, Indigenous, Mathematics, Primary, Prisons, Structural Knowledge, Teacher Aides, VET, Virtual Mathematics
Curriculum and Pedagogy, Specialist Studies in Education
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
- PhD (Queensland University of Technology)
- MEd(Maths) (Queensland University of Technology)
- DipT (Kelvin Grove C.A.E)
- Cert.Teaching (Kedron Park T.C.)
Professional memberships and associations
Mathematics Education Research Group of Australia (MERGA)
Australian Association of Research in Education (AARE)
Queensland Association of Mathematics Teachers (QAMT Executive Committee, 2000, 2001)
Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers (AAMT)
Mathematics Education Lecturers Association (MELA)
Indigenous Education Leadership Institute
- Taught from Early Childhood to Junior Secondary
- Taught lecturers and teachers form the Philippines and Malaysia
- Taught research methods to QUT students and to Vietnamese students and lecturers in Hue College of Pedagogy
- Undertaken focus classroom lessons in schools for QUT undergraduates.
Expertise in cognition and pedagogy (helping students to construct structural knowledge; developing teaching, learning and assessment activities (including virtual materials); the structure of mathematics and how this is translated to classroom activities and questions).
- Warren E, Cooper T, Baturo A, (2009) Bridging the educational gap: Indigenous and non-indigenous beliefs, attitudes and practices in a remote Australian school, Race, Ethnicity and Gender in Education: Cross-Cultural Understandings., pp. 213-226.
- Keynote Speaker/Expert Panel Member/Invited Speaker for a Conference
- Reference year
- Invited presenter at AIATSIS Seminar Series, held in Canberra, ACT. Topic "Indigenous Ways of Knowing and Not Knowing Mathematics".
Selected research projects
- Skilling Indigenous Australia: Effective Numeracy Learning For Employment By Regional And Remote Indigenous Students In Vocational Education And Training Courses
- Primary fund type
- CAT 1 - Australian Competitive Grant
- Project ID
- Start year
- Indigenous; Mathematics; Vocational Education and Training; Postsecondary Education; Indigenous Empowerment; Numeracy
Projects listed above are funded by Australian Competitive Grants. Projects funded from other sources are not listed due to confidentiality agreements.