Dr Janette Long is Senior Lecturer in Education at the Australian Catholic University, Strathfield and contributes to both primary and secondary teacher education courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

(See my biography page for more information).


Latest publications:
Eyes Wide Open: Preservice Teachers' Reflection Upon the Culture and Context of Schools

Student teachers work across classes and school contexts, shadow and interview school personnel to enable a deeper understanding of the operation of the school and influences of power and control.

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Enhanced Teacher Training Through Indigenous Mentors: A Program to Improve Aboriginal Educational Outcomes

This paper describes the key features of a pilot mentoring program implemented by a consortium of universities to immerse and facilitate the learning of non-indigenous pregraduate teachers in Indigenous communities.

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Evaluating Broad Based Professional Learning: A Case Study of a School System’s Implementation of Quality Teaching Pedagogies

This paper reports on the findings of an evaluation of a system-based professional learning initiative concerned with improving quality teaching.

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Integrating Professional Teaching Standards with Teachers’ Professional Learning

In Australia, professional frameworks of practice are mapped across key stages in a teacher’s career. This paper identifies how teachers can integrate professional learning with the emergence of accountability standards.

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The Fatal Attraction of Mentoring: Mentoring for Retention of Beginning Teachers

Mentoring has been unable to stem the flow of attrition for beginning teachers. This paper explores the reasons why mentoring is not achieving its desired outcomes in supporting beginning teachers.

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‘Teach our Mob’: Lessons Learnt from an Aboriginal Teacher Education Training Program in Australia

An evaluation of an enhanced Aboriginal teacher education program developed to augment the standard undergraduate training so that graduate teachers would be better prepared to teach Aboriginal students.

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Critical Analysis of Teachers’ Practice in Order to Improve Student Learning Outcomes: Quality Teaching Model

A critique of the Quality Teaching Model and its impact on the professional learning of teachers in Australia, particularly in the State of New South Wales.

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Changing Teachers’ Practice through Critical Reflection on Pedagogy

Pedagogical change of teachers’ practice to enhance student learning outcomes through the implementation of the Quality Teaching Model.

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Australian Curriculum in Action: A Synthesis of the Possible Impacts of the National Australian Curriculum

As part of the global community, Australia needs a strong and educated workforce that is skilled, innovative and creative, and that is able to adapt to demands of economic rationalism.

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Published online: February 4, 2014

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Winners All Round: A University and Football Code to Facilitate Reading in the Primary School Classroom

A partneship between a university and football code to facilitate reading for low progress readers in primary schools.

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Published online: March 27, 2014

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