Dr Kelli McGraw

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Faculty of Creative Industries, Education & Social Justice,
School of Teacher Education & Leadership

Personal details


Faculty of Creative Industries, Education & Social Justice,
School of Teacher Education & Leadership


Assessment, Curriculum, Education, English, Literacy, Pedagogy, Secondary Education, Digital Literacy, Digital Pedagogies, Popular Culture


Curriculum and Pedagogy, Cultural Studies, Literary Studies

Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008


  • Doctoral (University of Sydney)
  • Bachelor of Education (Honours) (University of Sydney)

Professional memberships and associations

English Teachers Association of Queensland (ETAQ)

Australian Association for the Teaching of English (AATE)

Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE)

International Association for Research in L1 Education (ARLE)

Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR)


Kelli teaches in the areas of:

  • English curriculum studies
  • Popular culture and new media texts
  • Inquiry and project based learning
  • Secondary school assessment

2021 teaching:

  • EUB220 - Curriculum, Pedagogy & Assessment 1: English
  • EUB420 - Curriculum, Pedagogy & Assessment: Innovation (English TA)
  • EUN121 - Curriculum & Pedagogy 2: Planning
  • EUN222 - Curriculum & Pedagogy 5: Assessment (English TA)
  • EUN223 - Curriculum & Pedagogy 6: Learning Project (English TA)


Selected publications

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Current supervisions

  • What happened to poetry writing? Re-imagining the teaching of poetry in Queensland's high stakes assessment environment
    Professional Doctorate, Principal Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Professor Sarah Holland-Batt
  • Creative Insights: Senior School Teachers' Experience of Creativity in Queensland Across the Curriculum
    PhD, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Professor Sandra Gattenhof, Dr Carly Lassig
  • Teachers' perspectives about their role in, and the impact of implementing cross-curriculum writing instruction on student writing outcomes
    MPhil, Principal Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Dr Rebecca Spooner-Lane