This person does not currently hold a position at QUT.
- Research philosophy and qualitative approaches to research including phenomenography
- Issues of teaching and learning to be a researcher
- Online and blended pedagogies
- Geographical and environmental education
- Hazard and disaster education
- Curriculum development at secondary level.
Geographical education, environmental education, hazard and disaster education, hypermedia teaching & learning, primary education, research in education & other caring professions, secondary education, social studies education, tertiary education
Curriculum and Pedagogy
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
- PhD (University of London)
- MA (University of London)
- AdvDipEd (University of London)
- BSc(Econ) (University of London)
- CertEd (University of Durham)
Professional memberships and associations
Fellow of the Royal Geography Society
Member of the Geographical Association
Honorary Member of the Commission on Geographical Education of the International Geographical Union.
- Lidstone J, (2008) Research in geographical and environmental education: Looking forward or looking backward?, International Symposium on Social Sciences Education: Papers / Uluslararasi sosyal bilimler egitimi sempozyumu: Bildiriler, pp. 35-44.
- Gibbings P, Lidstone J, Bruce C, (2008) Using student experience of problem-based learning in virtual space to drive engineering educational pedagogy, Proceedings of the19th Annual Conference for the Australasian Association for Engineering Education, pp. 1-8.
- Willmett A, Lidstone J, (2008) Sex education or indoctrination? Experiences of sexuality education in Catholic schools, VDM Verlag Publishing Group.
- Nagel M, Lidstone J, (2008) Green Doesn't Always Mean Go! Children's Conceptions of Environmental Education, VDM Verlag Publishing Group.
- Lam C, Lidstone J, (2007) Teachers' Cultural Differences: Case Studies of Geography Teachers in Brisbane, Changchun and Hong Kong, Asia Pacific Education Review, 8 (2), pp. 178-193.
- Lidstone J, (2006) Introducation: School Geography and International Trends, Geographical Education in a Changing World: Past experience, current trends and future challenges, pp. 87-92.
- Lidstone J, (2006) Theory And Practice In Teacher Education, Teorija in praksa v izobrazevanju uciteljev (Theory and practice in teacher education), pp. 11-18.
- Lidstone J, (2006) New Technologies: Contributing to New Concepts and Cultures of Curriculum and Sustainability. In J Lee & M Williams, Environmental and Geographical Education for Sustainability, Nova Science Publishers, pp. 173-184.
- Lidstone J, Williams M, (2006) Researching Change and Changing Research in Geographical Education. In J Lidstone & M Williams, Geographical Education in a Changing World: Past experience, current trends and future challenges, Springer, pp. 1-18.
- Lidstone J, (2006) Blazer to the Rescue! The Role of Puppetry in Enhancing Fire Prevention and Preparedness for Young Children, Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 21 (2), pp. 17-28.
Completed supervisions (Doctorate)
- Conceptions of geographic information systems (GIS) held by Senior Geography students in Queensland (2008)
- The Phenomenon of Preschool Children's Spirituality (2007)
- They Didn't Ask the Question... An Inquiry into the Learning Experiences of Students with Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus (2007)
- For Love or Money: Perceptions and Conceptions of the Work Ethic Held by a Group of Preservice Teachers in Queensland (2006)
- The Dynamics of Learning Partnerships (2006)
- Public Education for Disaster Management: a Phenomenographic Investigation (2005)
- Queensland and Saskatchewan Middle Years Students' Experiences of Environmental Education: An Analysis of Conceptions. (2005)