Teaching and Research Staff

Letitia Galloway

Bachelor of Arts (CSU), Graduate Diploma in Education (UOW), Master of Education (CSU).

Lecturer, Professional Practice
Wagga Wagga

Letitia Galloway is employed as a Lecturer in Professional Practice, at the School of Education, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga. She has extensive experience as a teacher, principal, and executive teacher in rural New South Wales primary schools. Letitia has worked as an educator for over 25 years.

Letitia is currently a PhD candidate at Charles Sturt University. Her research project is entitled ‘A study of the impact of the Australian Curriculum: History on pedagogical practices of rural NSW primary teachers’. She is a member of the international Pedagogy, Education and Praxis (PEP) network and has collaboratively published with PEP colleagues.

Letitia teaches a range of professional subjects (Assessment and Reporting, Classroom Management, Professional Experience) across both internal and distance education courses across CSU campuses. In addition, Letitia teaches within the Humanities and Social Sciences discipline area.


  • Australian Curriculum Studies Association (ACSA)
  • NSW Institute for Education Research Inc.
  • NSW Teachers Federation
  • Pedagogy and Praxis (PEP) International network

Accredited Teacher - NSW Educational Standards Authority (NESA)

  • Mahon, K., & Galloway, L. (2017). Provoking Praxis Amidst a Faculty Restructure: A Practice Architecture Perspective. In K. Mahon, S. Francisco , & S. Kemmis (Eds.), Exploring education and professional practice: Through the lens of practice architectures (1 ed., pp. 183-200). Singapore: Springer Publishing.
  • Galloway, L., & Letts, W. (2010). Preparing Lesson Plans, Programs, Units and Daybooks. In Ewing, R., Lowrie, T., & Higgs, J. (Eds). Teaching & communicating: Rethinking professional experiences (pp. 79-92). South Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press.
  • Reupert, A., Wilkinson, J., & Galloway, L. (2010). Neither fish nor fowl: exploring seconded teachers' experiences of the University sector. The Australian Educational Researcher, 37 (3), 39-56.

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