Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Dr Jacquie Tinkler

Dr Jacquie Tinkler

BEd, MEd Melb

Dr Jacquie Tinkler is a lecturer in the Faculty of Arts and Education at Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga. Jacquie joined the faculty in 2008 as a full-time lecturer in educational technology and technology studies. Jacquie also has a wide range of secondary schooling experience, and has worked as an art and design teacher, as well as a computer teacher and eLearning coordinator in schools. Her time in adult education also provided a range of skills and experiences that dealt primarily with the provision of computer training and associated community-based projects.

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Building on her PhD work, her current research in this area involves the ways in which digital technologies are used in schools and school communities’ experiences and thoughts surrounding their use. Her current interests have also expanded to include ways in which young people are engaging with politics, and the ways in which contemporary politics and neoliberalism is influencing schooling.

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Jacquie’s current teaching involves the writing, reviewing and delivering a range of subjects that feature in both undergraduate and post graduate degree programs. These subjects include those that focus on the use of educational technologies in the classroom, and pedagogy and digital technologies. Jacquie also teaches the introductory subject of the Masters of Education, which is underpinned by the use of ePortfolios.

Jacquie was awarded a Faculty of Education Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning in 2013.

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2018/19 - Association of Learning Technologies (ALT)

2013, 2016 - Australian Association of Research in Education (AARE)

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2013-current - School of Education Teaching and Learning Committee

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Publications
  • Bousfield, K., & Tinkler, J. (2018). Teaching is too often seen as as fall-back option, and that's unlikely to change anytime soon.The Conversation, May 10, 2019. https://theconversation.com/teaching-is-too-often-seen-as-a-fall-back-option-and-thats-unlikely-to-change-anytime-soon-116805?fbclid=IwAR2HixPpaNtnHNzp4h3R1jhfG_WgwgFIPEUiYygki1ooNvTjn6Pf3Qhg_NA
  • Tinkler, J., Uys, P., Dalgarno, B., Carlson, L., & Crampton, A. (2012, November). A 2010 snapshot of educational technology use by CSU students. In ascilite 2012 Conference. Future challenges, sustainable futures, Wellington, NZ.
  • Uys, P., Dalgarno, B., Carlson, L., Crampton, A., & Tinkler, J. (2011). A 2010 snapshot of educational technology use by teaching staff of Charles Sturt University. Changing Demands, Changing Directions. Proceedings ascilite Hobart, 1255-1269.
  • Winzenried, A., Dalgarno, B., & Tinkler, J. (2010). The interactive whiteboard: A transitional technology supporting diverse teaching practices. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology26(4).‚Äč

Presentations

  • Tinkler, J. (2018). Waiting for the future: digital technologies and school communities (PhD thesis). Department of Education Policy and Leadership, Faculty of Education, University of Melbourne. Supervisor: Lyn Yates. Associate Supervisor, Linda Corrin.
  • Bousfield, K., & Tinkler, J. (2018). The subversion of educational encounters in the pursuit of excellence: ‘Leftish fads’ and Australia’s print media reporting of NAPLAN, Proceedings of the Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (SAANZ). Wellington, New Zealand: Victoria University of Wellington
  • Tinkler, J., (2018) The present and the future of digital technologies: what do students think about schools, technology and learning, and implications for teacher education. Proceedings of the Association of Learning Technologies (ALT) Conference, Manchester, UK.
  • Tinkler, J., Uys, P., Dalgarno, B., Carlson, L., & Crampton, A. (2012). A 2010 snapshot of educational technology use by CSU students. In T. Stewart (Ed.), ASCILITE 2012: Future challenges, sustainable futures (pp. 1255-1269). Australia: ASCILITE.
  • Uys, P., Dalgarno, B., Carlson, L., Crampton, A., & Tinkler, J. (2011). A 2010 Snapshot of Educational Technology use by Teaching Staff of Charles Sturt University. In B. Cleland (Ed.), Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE 2011) (pp. 1255-1269). Tasmania: University of Tasmania.
  • Winzenried, A., Dalgarno, B., & Tinkler, J. (2010). The Interactive Whiteboard: A transitional technology supporting diverse teaching practices. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology26(Special Issue 4), 534-552.
  • "Success for boys with ICT" - Presenter at Murray Valley Cluster's Success for Boys Professional Development Module - Rutherglen Secondary and Primary Schools, Yarrawonga Secondary and Primary Schools - 2007
  • "Creativity, Visual Art and Computers" - Education Technology Magazine - 2007
  • "Success for boys with ICT" - Guest Speaker at Wangaratta Cluster's Success for Boys Professional Development Module - at five schools throughout North East Victoria, 2007
  • "Developing an Online Course for use in your Classroom" - Hume Region ICT Conference, Wangaratta - 2007
  • "A Women's View" - Women artists in the Benalla Gallery - Open Access Program, Benalla Art Gallery 2006
  • "Digital Art in the Classroom" - VITTA Conference, Melbourne - 2006
  • "eLearning at Wangaratta High School" - CeLL Schools conference, Melbourne - 2006
  • "Digital Art in the Classroom" - Art Education Victoria Conference, Melbourne - 2005
  • "Digital Art in the Classroom" - Goulburn N.E Region ICT Conference, Wangaratta - 2005
  • "Social Capital, Education Policy and the Kirby Report" - Melbourne University Education Faculty Postgraduate Conference, Melbourne - 2002
  • "Social Capital and Adult Education" GOM Region Adult, Community and Further Education Conference, Beechworth - 2001
  • "Research using the Internet" - Adult Community and Further Education Board Conference, Melbourne. 2000
  • "Rural Women, the Internet and Community Leadership" The Seventh International Women in Leadership Conference, Fremantle - 1998

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