Dr Greg Neal
Senior Lecturer, College of Arts & Education
Dr Greg Neal is a senior lecturer in the College of Education at Victoria University. Greg's doctoral study was entitled Learning with Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the middle-years: Student voices. It investigated the ways in which ICT can be used to engage middle-years' students in their learning and used a mixed-methods research approach to complete the study.
Greg has continued to work with teachers to explore the ways in which ICT can be in integrated into learning contexts to engage students and improve learning outcomes.
As the course advisor of the Master of Teaching (Primary) at Victoria University, it is Greg's passion to ensure we develop effective teachers prepared for 21st century learners. A global collaboration with Concord University (West Virginia) staff and students is one initiative that assists to develop the preservice teachers to become global educators.
Burridge, P., Hooley, N., & Neal, G. (2015). Creating frames of practice for teacher education. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education. doi:10.1080/1359866X.2015.1041877
Neal, G., & Yelland, N. (2014). (Dis)advantage and (Dis)engaged: Reflections from the First Year of Secondary School in Australia. Journal of Education and Learning, 3(3), 14 pages. doi:10.5539/jel.v3n3p1
Neal, G., & Eckersley, B. (2014). Immersing Pre-Service Teachers in Site-Based Teacher School-University Partnerships. In M. Jones, & J. Ryan (Eds.), Successful Teacher Education: Partnerships, Reflective Practice and the Place of Technology (1 ed., pp. 31-48). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. doi:10.1007/978-94-6209-677-6_3
Neal, G., Mullins, T., Reynolds, A., & Angle, M. (2013). Global collaboration in teacher education: A case study. Creative Education, 4(9), 1-7.
Neal, G. A. (2013) Accommodating new learning in different school cultures. In McKenna, T. Cacciattolo, M. and Vicars, M. (Eds) Engaging the disengaged: Inclusive approaches that give voice to the least advantaged. Cambridge University Press.
- Neal, G. & Yelland, N. 2011 Impact: Make your Mark Project (Smith Family $25,000)
- Neal, G. & Eckersley, B. 2011-12 School Centres for teaching Excellence (DEECD $250,000)
- Yelland, N. & Neal, G. 2008-10 Tech Packs Project: Computers in homes of those disadvantaged to improve digital literacies (Smith Family $55,000)
- Neal, G. & Yelland, N. 2006-9 Computers for Every Child (CFEC): Computers in homes of those disadvantaged to lessen the digital divide (TASDA $99,000)
- Neal, G. 2007 Tablet Technology: Pen-based technologies for improving teaching and learning (AISV $15,000)
- Australian Association of Research in Education (AARE)
- The American Education Research Association (AERA)
- Australian Teacher Education Association (ATEA)
Areas of expertise
- 21st century teaching and learning
- Innovative partnerships in education
- New technologies