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Dr Lisa Hall

Lecturer B, Preparation for Tertiary Success

  • Name: Dr Lisa Hall
    Position: Lecturer B, Preparation for Tertiary Success


    Phone: +61 8 8951 8355
    Email: lisa.hall@batchelor.edu.au


    Qualifications: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Education, Charles Darwin University (ongoing), Grad Cert. in Tertiary Teaching Curtin University. Masters Ed. Charles Sturt University, Grad Cert. Australian Indigenous ESL Teaching, Charles Darwin University, B Teaching (Hons), University of Melbourne, B Arts, Monash University


    Professional memberships and associations
    • Member of CDU School of Law, Education, Business and Arts HDR Group
    • Member of Central Australia Research Group (CARG)
    • Australian Teacher Educators Association (ATEA)
    • ACIKE HDR forums
    • Central Australian Higher Degree by Research (HDR) student group
    • ATEA – Australian Teacher Educators Association
    • ATESOL – Northern Territory
  • Although she grew up north of Melbourne, Lisa was lured to the blue skies and red dirt of Central Australia over a decade ago and has lived and worked in remote communities throughout the desert ever since. She has worked as a teacher, a curriculum advisor and a teacher-lecturer across a number of remote indigenous schools and is currently working for Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education as a Lecturer in the Australian Centre of Indigenous Knowledges and Education (ACIKE) Preparation for Tertiary Success (PTS) course. She is also completing her PhD in ‘Pathways into Teacher Education for students from Remote Communities’.

    AWARDS, RECOGNITIONS & FELLOWSHIPS

    • Bill Van Djik Postgraduate award, Rotary Club of Alice Springs, 2013
    • Member National Judging Panel for the 2011 Australian Government Minister’s Award for Excellence in Teaching or Leadership in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education for the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL)
    • NT Joint Council of Professional Teachers Associations – Powerful Professional Learning Scholarship, 2010.
    • Westfield/NT Chief Minister’s Scholarship – for study and Research Overseas – Used to fund Study tour to Alaska and Canada looking at integrating Indigenous Learning styles into mainstream curriculum 2006-2007

    PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

    2012 – Present Lecturer B, Preparation for Tertiary Success Program, Batchelor Institute
    2011 TEP 1 – Ntaria School, Middle Years Classroom Teacher
    2009 – 2010 Teacher Lecturer (Central Australia) – Indigenous Teacher Upgrade Program, QTP
    2008 Teaching and Learning Educator – Middle Years (Alice Springs Regional Office NT DET)
    2007 Study leave – Completion of Masters of Education (TESOL) through Charles Sturt University
    2002 - 2006 TEP 1 – Utopia School (NT)
    Visiting Teacher at Mulga Bore Homeland Learning Centre and co-ordinator of 6 member teaching team.
    Term 3, 2004 & Term 1, 2005 Acting ET2, Utopia School (NT)
    2002 Teacher and Year 9 Level Co-ordinator, Colac High School, Victoria
    1999 – 2001 St Philips College, Alice Springs (NT)
    Classroom Teacher – French, English, Humanities
    LOTE Co-ordinator 2000 & 2001

    COMMITTEES

    • 2012 Course Advisory Committee (CAC) for the Advanced Diploma (Associate Teacher)
  • CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS

    PhD in ‘Pathways into Teacher Education for students from Remote Communities’ Duration: 2011 – present
    Resilience in learning Duration: 2014

    THESIS

    Hall, L 2016 ‘Moving Deeper into Difference: Developing meaningful and effective pathways into teacher education for Indigenous adults from remote communities’, PhD Thesis, Charles Darwin University

    BOOK CHAPTERS

    Hall, L 2014 ‘A Model for Small, Remote, Indigenous Communities’ Chapter 5 in Ryan, J and Jones, M Effective Teacher Education: Partnerships, Reflective Practice and the Place of Technology, Sense Publishers, Rotterdam

    JOURNAL ARTICLES

    Hall, L and Wilkes, M (2015) “It’s a safe environment for us Indigenous students” – Creating a culturally safe learning space for Indigenous Pre-tertiary students, Learning Communities Special Issue: Indigenous Pathways and Transitions into Higher Education, No. 17 Oct 2015 pp. 112-122, http://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/the-northern-institute/cdu_ni_learning_communities_journal_2015_17_read-online.pdf
    Hall, L., Maughan, C., Wilkes, M., Thorpe, T., Forrest, J., & Harrison, A. (2015). Swimming not drowning–resilience as a key determinant of success for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander pre-tertiary students. Journal for Multicultural Education, 9(3), 159-173. www.emeraldinsight.com/2053-535X.htm
    Hall, L 2015, "What are the key ingredients for an effective and successful tertiary enabling program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students? An evaluation of the evolution of one program", Australian Journal of Adult Learning, vol. 55, no. 2, pp. 244.
    Hall, L. 2015, "Building resilience for lifelong learning", Fine Print, vol. 38, no. 2, pp. 18-22.
    Hall, L and Maughan, C (2015) ‘Going Where the Students Are Already: Reimagining online learning where students and lecturers co-create an interactive teaching and learning space’, The International Journal of Technologies in Learning, Volume 22, Issue 3, September 2015, pp.51-61. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Published online: June 9, 2015 (Article: Electronic (PDF File; 396.432KB)). http://ijltl.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.262/prod.96 Hall, L 2014 ‘With’ not ‘about’ – emerging paradigms for research in a cross-cultural space, International Journal of Research and Method in Education, DOI:10.1080/1743727X.2014.909401
    Fovet, F. & Hall L. 2012 ‘The lonesome road: A comparative study of low retention of teachers working in Aboriginal and SEBD contexts’, Global Education Review, Vol 1, Number 1, July 2012 (Serial number 1), pp 9-27, Longbridge Publishing
    Hall, L. 2012 ‘The ‘Come and Go’ Syndrome of Teachers in Remote Indigenous Schools: Listening to the Perspective of Indigenous Teachers About What Helps Teachers to Stay and What Makes Them Go’, The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, Volume 41 Number 2 pp. 1–9
    Hall, L 2012/2013 ‘With’ not ‘About’ – New paradigms in research methodologies focused on Remote Indigenous Teacher Education’, International Journal of Research and Method in Education, (under review)
    Hall, L Extended Research Project (Masters – CSU) on Integration of Indigenous Knowledge into Mainstream curriculum – Principal Matters Journal, Feb, 2008

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Lisa Hall.2012, Review of Teaching and Learning in Aboriginal Education (2nd ed.) by Neil Harrison. Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, 2011, x + 213 pp., ISBN 978 0 19 557459 3, The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, Volume 40, January 2011, pp 123-124 doi: 10.1017/S132601110000017X, Published online by Cambridge University Press 12 Apr 2012

    PRESENTATIONS & CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

    Hall, L 2014 ‘Developing an ethics of relational responsibility - locating the researcher within the research and allowing connection, encounter and collective concern to shape the intercultural research space.’, Australasian Ethics Network Conference Proceedings from the 2013 Conference, Fremantle, WA
    Hall, L and Maughan C. 2013 “Going Where the Students are Already – Facebook as an Ongoing Community of Learners. How one Tertiary Enabling Course for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students is using Facebook as an effective space for student centered communication and learning.” Paper presented at the 2013 Learning Conference at the University of the Aegean, Rhodes, Greece, 11-14 July 2013
    Hall, L 2013 “What are the key ingredients for an effective and successful Tertiary Enabling Program? 1) Focus on retention and completion 2) Stories of transformation” Paper presented at Australian Council for Adult Literacy (ACAL) Conference 'Local Practices Global Contexts' Sydney 30 Sept – 3 Oct 2013
    PhD Project Proposal and Oral Defense, ACIKE HDR Forum, CDU, August, 2012. (Confirmation of Candidature received, Oct 2012)
    ‘With’ not ‘About’ – New paradigms in research methodologies focused on Remote Indigenous Teacher Education’, Australian Teacher Educators Conference Proceedings, July 2012, Adelaide.
    ‘With’ not ‘About’ – New paradigms in research methodologies focused on Remote Indigenous Teacher Education’, Presentation to ACIKE HDR Forum, CDU, May 2012
    'Strong language, strong culture, strong teachers' paper presented at International Conference on Language, Education and Diversity (LED Nov 2011), Auckland NZ
    A School based co-ordination and delivery model of remote Indigenous Teacher Education – ATEA National Conference, July 2011
    Building cultural competency at a whole school level through an integrated approach to Professional Learning and a school based delivery model of Indigenous Teacher Education - Hawaii International Education Conference, January 2011
    Using Electronic portfolios to document Recognition of Prior Learning and support school based training with indigenous educators – Hawaii International Education Conference, January 2011
    Developing school based Teacher Education Pathways for Remote Indigenous Teachers in the NT – ATEA National Conference, Townsville, July 2010
    Addressing the ‘Come and Go’ syndrome of Teachers in Remote Indigenous Schools – Listening to the Indigenous Perspective – ATEA National Conference, Townsville, July 2010
    The lonesome road: a comparative study of skill acquisition and development in teachers working in an aboriginal environments and SEBD classes – A Comparative Study with Frederic Fovet – Hawaii International Education Conference, January 2010
    Listening for the Indigenous Narrative style – ALEA national conference, Adelaide, August 2008
    Extended Research Project (Masters – CSU) on Integration of Indigenous Knowledge into Mainstream curriculum – Principal Matters Journal, Vol I, 2008
    University of Alaska (Fairbanks) – Presentation about Indigenous Education in Australia and Utopia School to Education students and Faculty. 2007
    Edmonton Catholic Schools (Alberta, Canada) – Sacred Journeys PD with Aboriginal Learning Services, presentation to ALS staff and teachers from St Vladimir’s Elementary school about Australian Indigenous Education and Utopia School. 2007
    World Indigenous Peoples’ Conference in Education, Hamilton NZ. Paper and Presentation on Collaborative Planning and Cross-cultural Team Teaching. Co-presenting with Mulga Bore Teaching Team. 2005
    Graduate Certificate in Australian Indigenous ESL Teaching Course workshop, Charles Darwin University, Casuarina. Power Point presentation to fellow students and CDU staff about the Collaborative planning and team teaching model of Utopia School. 2004
    Remote Schools Conference, Alice Springs. Presentation in ‘What Works’ session. 2 x 30 minute presentations about Multi-level collaborative planning to support teaching teams. 2004
    Graduate Certificate in Australian Indigenous ESL Teaching two-day workshop, Alice Springs. Paper, Critical evaluation of Utopia School Context and Program and Power Point Presentation on the Utopia School Model. 2003
    Utopia School Presentation to Yirrkala Homeland Schools, NE Arnhem Land. Lead role in the development of the Presentation and co-presented with Nick Richardson, Robyn Freeman and the Utopia School Staff. 2003
    Presentation on Cross Cultural Team Teaching at Remote Schools Conference. Co-presented with Nick Richardson, Alison Ross and the Mulga Bore Teaching Team. 2003
    Team teaching Presentation at Orientation Recall. Co-presented with Robyn Freeman (ESL Co-ordinator) and Mulga Bore Teaching Team. 2003