PhD; MA(VPA); Grad Dip Ed (Media); Grad Dip Ed (VPA); Dip Mus; ATCL
Dr Jennifer Munday is an Associate Professor teaching in the disciplines of Creative Arts and Technology. Jennifer's academic work and contribution are focused on “Developing and implementing innovative curriculum, learning and teaching models." (University Strategy 2022 refocus) She has built a reputation within and beyond the Charles Sturt University community as progressive in online, flexible, and distance education. Her contributions include publication and investigation in the scholarship of teaching in online learning, particularly in regard to the value of ePortfolios and reflective practice. She is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Jennifer is engaged in the following research projects:
Jennifer is on the Editorial Board for the AAEEBL ePortfolio Review (AePR), which is the magazine of the Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning, and FusionJournal http://www.fusion-journal.com/; She is currently the International Liaison Coordinator for the International Centre for Women Playwrights, where she is also on the Social Media Committee and produces the low-tech podcast series Centre Stage. She is also a member of both Writers Victoria and Melbourne Writers Theatre.
Arts Victoria Advisory Panel
Jennifer is engaged in the following types of research:
EMT302 Understanding and Using New Technologies.
Bachelor of Education (Birth-5 years); Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood & Primary). The subject examines trends, issues and ideas that underpin learning and communication through new technologies, particularly in the Early Years environment.
EMT411 Using ICT with Children
Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood & Primary): The subject examines pedagogies, trends, and issues that underpin learning and communication through new digital technologies in the preschool and primary classroom.
EMA305 Thinking and Learning through the Arts in Early Childhood
Bachelor of Education (Birth – 5 years): In this subject the students gain an authentic understanding of the arts as expressive languages through exploration of visual art, media art, music, drama, construction and movement. Students also research into the impact of an arts rich curriculum on children's development and learning.