2023 ATEA Conference
“Embracing Partnerships: Leading the Future of Teaching, Learning and Research”
Professor Matthew Clarke
Director of Research, University of Aberdeen
Matthew Clarke is Professor of Education and Director of Research in the School of Education at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. He has previously worked in teacher education at universities in Australia, England, Hong Kong, and the United Arab Emirates, and has taught in schools in England and Australia.
His research interests focus on education policy and politics, particularly their implications for teachers and teacher educators. His work draws on a range of interdisciplinary sources, including psychoanalytic, political and social theories.
Associate Professor Cathie Burgess
Associate Professor Cathie Burgess is a lecturer/researcher in Aboriginal studies/education, focusing on Aboriginal Community Engagement, Learning from Country and Leadership in Aboriginal Education programs at The University of Sydney.
She has extensive teaching and leadership experience in secondary schools and maintains strong connections with school-communities through teacher professional learning and research projects. Cathie’s work in Aboriginal education/studies is acknowledged through an Honorary Life Member, NSW Aboriginal Education Consultative Group and Life Member, Aboriginal Studies Association NSW.
Associate Professor Kevin Lowe
Indigenous Scientia Associate Professor at The University of New South Wales
Associate Professor Kevin Lowe PhD is a Gubbi Gubbi man from southeast Queensland.
He is currently an Indigenous Scientia Associate Professor at The University of New South Wales. He has extensive teaching experience in diverse schools in Sydney and country NSW, as well as 12 years as the NSW Inspector of Aboriginal Education at NESA, where he worked on developing curricula for Aboriginal Studies and Languages.
Professor Simone White
Professor and Dean of the School of Education at RMIT
Simone White is Professor and Dean of the School of Education at RMIT. She is a leading expert in teacher education and professional learning, focusing on the best ways to prepare teachers for diverse contexts, in particular rural, regional and remote. Her research explores the fields of teacher education policy, teacher learning, professional experience, and building and maintaining university/school/community partnerships.
Simone is a Past President of the Australian Teacher Education Association (ATEA) and has held a number of leadership roles, including Director of Professional Experience at Deakin University, Chair of Teacher Education at Monash and the Associate Dean (International and Engagement) at QUT before taking on her current role as Dean of Education. Simone has also been involved in a number of teacher education research projects.
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