Dr Nicole Green


Dr Nicole Green
NameDr Nicole Green
Email Addressnicole.green@unisq.edu.au
Job TitleSenior Lecturer (Education)
QualificationsPhD Alberta
DepartmentSchool of Education
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-2117-3504
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Expertise

early childhood education

curriculum studies

space and place theories

interpretive inquiry

researching social justice in rural and remote contexts

Teaching

ECF2200 Relating with Families

ECF3100 Contemporary Approaches to Infant and Toddler Curriculum and Pedagogy

ECP3200 Early Scientific Thinking and Inquiry

EDM8017 Relating and Inquiring in Infant and Toddler Education and Care Contexts

Fields of Research

  • 390302. Early childhood education
  • 390307. Teacher education and professional development of educators

Professional Membership

Professional MembershipYear
Queensland Early Childhood Teacher Education Network (QECTEN)
PhD
Alberta
2006

Current Supervisions

Research TitleSupervisor TypeLevel of StudyCommenced
IDENTIFYING EARLY CHILDHOOD CURRICULUM AND LEARNING PRACTICE ON RELIGIOUS MODERATION: A CASE STUDY IN WEST NUSA TENGGARA INDONESIAPrincipal SupervisorDoctoral2024
The contribution of learnings about collaboration and identity to teacher occupational wellbeingPrincipal SupervisorDoctoral2024
Expatriate Families with Neurodivergent Children: A Phenomenological Case StudyPrincipal SupervisorDoctoral2023
¿Autistic People have been Parents since People were Autistic. It¿s just that No-one had a Diagnosis.¿ A Reflexive Thematic Analysis of the Lived Experiences of Autistic Parents.Principal SupervisorMasters2022
Montessori in Australian public primary schools: An inquiry into the perceptions and experiences of teachers around student achievementPrincipal SupervisorDoctoral2022
¿Contributions and challenges of early childhood administrators to attain the quality of early childhood education in the Batticaloa district of Sri Lanka¿Principal SupervisorDoctoral2022
Family-School EngagementPrincipal SupervisorDoctoral2022
Bridging the Gap in Professional Development Through Mentoring and its Impact on Teacher Self-efficacy to Intervene in Bullying SituationsPrincipal SupervisorDoctoral2021
Natural environments as places for learning and development: Children's perspectivesPrincipal SupervisorDoctoral2020
Increasing Numeracy in Remote Aboriginal Students Principal SupervisorDoctoral2018

Completed Supervisions

Research TitleSupervisor TypeLevel of StudyCompleted
Building Capacity and Self-Efficacy in Teaching Scripture to Early Years LearnersAssociate SupervisorDoctoral2023
Differentiated Instruction for Students with Learning Difficulties in Senior-Secondary Australian Schools: An Inquiry of Teacher Attitudes and Self-EfficacyPrincipal SupervisorDoctoral2023
Uncovering pas experiences that influence the pedagogical practices of early childhood teachers: An interpretive inquiry into playPrincipal SupervisorDoctoral2017

A Content Analysis of Documentation of Nature Play in Early Childhood Teacher Education Program in Australia

Green, Nicole C., Christopher, Vicki and Turner, Michelle. 2022. "A Content Analysis of Documentation of Nature Play in Early Childhood Teacher Education Program in Australia." Australian Journal of Teacher Education. 47 (5), pp. 15-32. https://doi.org/10.14221/ajte.2022v47n5.2

Supporting educators’ professional learning for equity pedagogy: the promise of open educational practices

Tualaulelei, Eseta and Green, Nicole Catherine. 2022. "Supporting educators’ professional learning for equity pedagogy: the promise of open educational practices." Journal for Multicultural Education. 16 (5), pp. 430-442. https://doi.org/10.1108/JME-12-2021-0225

Educator perceptions of early learning environments as places for privileging social justice in rural and remote communities

Christopher, Vicki, Turner, Michelle and Green, Nicole. 2022. "Educator perceptions of early learning environments as places for privileging social justice in rural and remote communities." Education Sciences. 12 (1). https://doi.org/10.3390/educsci12010040

Learning and Teaching in Early Childhood: Pedagogies of Inquiry and Relationships

Boyd, Wendy, Green, Nicole C. and Jovanovic, Jessie. 2021. Learning and Teaching in Early Childhood: Pedagogies of Inquiry and Relationships. Cambridge, United Kingdom. Cambridge University Press.

Social justice in the early childhood context: Educator voices

Christopher, Vicki, Turner, Michelle and Green, Nicole. 2020. "Social justice in the early childhood context: Educator voices." McLeod, Sharynne, Cumming, Tamara, Downey, Belinda and Mahon, Linda (ed.) Early Childhood Voices Conference 2020 (ECV2020). Bathurst, Australia 16 - 20 Nov 2020

Educator perceptions of early learning environments as places and spaces for privileging social justice in rural areas

Christopher, Vicki, Turner, Michelle and Green, Nicole. 2019. "Educator perceptions of early learning environments as places and spaces for privileging social justice in rural areas." Annual International Australian Association for Research in Education Conference 2019 (AARE 2019). Brisbane, Australia 04 Dec 2019

Vulnerability: An uncomfortable means to a positive place

Green, Nicole, Stewart, Cherry and Wolodko, Brenda. 2018. "Vulnerability: An uncomfortable means to a positive place." Black, Alison L. and Garvis, Susanne (ed.) Women activating agency in academia : metaphors, manifesto and memoir. London, United Kingdom. Routledge. pp. 145-156

Relationships between families and schools: fostering communication and collaboration

Green, Nicole and Tzuo, Pei Wen. 2018. "Relationships between families and schools: fostering communication and collaboration." Quek, Choon Lang, Wong, Angela F. L. and Yay, May Yin (ed.) Engaging beginning teachers. Singapore. Pearson Education South Asia Pte Ltd. pp. 211-231

Creating children’s spaces, children co-creating place

Green, Nicole and Turner, Michelle. 2017. "Creating children’s spaces, children co-creating place." Journal of Childhood Studies. 42 (3), pp. 27-39.

Moments in time: investigating the Australian history curriculum in primary classrooms: final report 2015

Dixon, Mary, Green, Nicole, Reitano, Paul, Senior, Kim, Taylor, Tony, Winter, Satine and Sahr, Rebecca. 2015. Moments in time: investigating the Australian history curriculum in primary classrooms: final report 2015. Victoria, Australia. Deakin University.

Social media-enabled learning: a review of the literature in higher education

Green, Nicole C., Wolodko, Brenda and Foskey, Roslyn. 2015. "Social media-enabled learning: a review of the literature in higher education." Ravindran, Anton and Bacon, Liz (ed.) Innovations in technology enhanced learning. Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 63-84

Collaborative self-study of online teaching in early childhood teacher education

Green, Nicole, Wolodko, Brenda, Stewart, Cherry, Edwards, Helen, Brooks, Margaret and Littledyke, Ros. 2013. "Collaborative self-study of online teaching in early childhood teacher education." International Journal for Academic Development. 18 (2), pp. 166-177. https://doi.org/10.1080/1360144X.2012.677747

Beginning teachers' conceptual understandings of effective history teaching: examining the change from 'subject knowers' to 'subject teachers'

Reitano, Paul and Green, Nicole C.. 2013. "Beginning teachers' conceptual understandings of effective history teaching: examining the change from 'subject knowers' to 'subject teachers'." Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education. 41 (2), pp. 197-217. https://doi.org/10.1080/1359866X.2013.777027

Shifting mindsets within: self-study of professional learning

Wolodko, Brenda, Stewart, Cherry, Green, Nicole, Edwards, Helen, Brooks, Margaret and Littledyke, Roz. 2013. "Shifting mindsets within: self-study of professional learning." Willems, J., Tynan, B. and James, R. (ed.) Global challenges and perspectives in blended and distance learning. United States. IGI Global. pp. 191-201

Contemporary paradigms of rural teaching: the significance of place

Green, Nicole C., Noone, Genevieve and Nolan, Andrea. 2013. "Contemporary paradigms of rural teaching: the significance of place." Australian and International Journal of Rural Education. 23 (1), pp. 91-115.

History: time and place where context matters

Green, Nicole and Reitano, Paul. 2012. "History: time and place where context matters." Wright, Jan (ed.) Joint International Conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education and the Asia Pacific Educational Research Association (AARE 2012): Regional and Global Cooperation in Educational Research. Sydney, Australia 02 - 06 Dec 2012 Sydney, Australia.

The value of concept mapping in developing professional growth in a geography methods course

Reitano, Paul and Green, Nicole C.. 2012. "The value of concept mapping in developing professional growth in a geography methods course." International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches. 6 (2), pp. 160-174. https://doi.org/10.5172/mra.2012.6.2.160

Mapping expertise in social science teaching: the professional development of a beginning teacher

Reitano, Paul and Green, Nicole. 2012. "Mapping expertise in social science teaching: the professional development of a beginning teacher." Critical and Reflective Practice in Education. 3, pp. 4-13.

Preparing the Australian early childhood workforce for rural and remote settings: a review of the literature

Green, Nicole C. and Nolan, Andrea. 2011. "Preparing the Australian early childhood workforce for rural and remote settings: a review of the literature." Australian Journal of Teacher Education. 36 (12), pp. 83-96. https://doi.org/10.14221/ajte.2011v36n12.3

Reconceptualising higher education pedagogy in online learning

Green, Nicole C., Edwards, Helen, Wolodko, Brenda, Stewart, Cherry, Brooks, Margaret and Littledyke, Ros. 2010. "Reconceptualising higher education pedagogy in online learning." Distance Education. 31 (3), pp. 257-273. https://doi.org/10.1080/01587919.2010.513951

Teaching and learning history in Australian primary schools: pedagogical shifts, complexities and opportunities

Green, Nicole C., Reitano, Paul and Dixon, Mary. 2010. "Teaching and learning history in Australian primary schools: pedagogical shifts, complexities and opportunities." The International Journal of Learning. 17 (8), pp. 307-320. https://doi.org/10.18848/1447-9494/cgp/v17i08/47200

Space considerations: materials in the learning environment in three majority world preschool settings

Prochner, Larry, Cleghorn, Ailie and Green, Nicole. 2008. "Space considerations: materials in the learning environment in three majority world preschool settings." International Journal of Early Years Education. 16 (3), pp. 189-201. https://doi.org/10.1080/09669760802343857

Professional practice: partnering with educators, professionals and families

Li, Jen Yi, Green, Nicole and Menon, Monica. 2008. "Professional practice: partnering with educators, professionals and families." Cohen, Libby, Poon, Kenneth and Wright, Susan (ed.) Special education: perspectives and practices. Singapore. Pearson Education Ltd.. pp. 300-315

Homeschooling: challenging traditional views of public education

Green, Nicole. 2007. "Homeschooling: challenging traditional views of public education." Kincheloe, Joe L. and Horn, Raymond A. (ed.) The Praeger handbook of education and psychology, vol. 4. Portsmouth, NH. United States. Greenwood Publishing Group. pp. 768-779

Knowledge and basic skills in Singapore

Green, Nicole, Li, Jen Yi and Tzuo, Pei Wen. 2006. "Knowledge and basic skills in Singapore." International Journal of Education Sevres. 43, pp. 33-45.

Everyday life in distance education: one family's home schooling experience

Green, Nicole C.. 2006. "Everyday life in distance education: one family's home schooling experience." Distance Education. 27 (1), pp. 27-44. https://doi.org/10.1080/01587910600653132

Canadian children's literature: an Alberta survey

Bainbridge, Joyce, Carbonaro, Mike and Green, Nicole. 2005. "Canadian children's literature: an Alberta survey." Alberta Journal of Educational Research. 51 (4), pp. 311-327.