Master of Education; Bachelor of Education; Diploma of Teaching
Myra Singh is an Indigenous Academic Fellow in the School of Teacher Education, Charles Sturt University, Bathurst. She is descended from the Wiradjuri people of New South Wales. She taught science, mathematics and IT in the Northern Territory and Queensland.
Myra has extensive experience in Indigenous education. Prior to coming to CSU as an Indigenous Academic Fellow, she was a lecturer at the University of Southern Queensland where she coordinated and lectured in a tertiary preparation program for Indigenous Australians as well as lecturing in Indigenous studies for undergraduate and postgraduate programs.
Myra is currently completing a PhD in Education. Her topic relates to Success of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in higher education.
Myra's previous research was on Policies and procedures that encourage and support ethical practices and methodologies for research of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Myra currently teaches Education in Rural Places - examining the professional roles facing teachers living and working in rural and remote communities.
Myra currently teaches Curriculum Studies: Science and Technology - giving students a deeper understanding of what is involved in the teaching of science and technology in the primary school.