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Maureen O’Neill

Maureen O’Neill Maureen O’Neill
RA for the Professor of Identity & Curriculum
School of Education
Australian Catholic University
Australia
 
Biography

Maureen studied both Science and Education and has worked as a P-12 teacher in the states of NSW and QLD in Australia. She holds a PhD from the USC and after gaining a Post Graduate in Higher Education has for the last 5 years tutored, lectured and consulted with undergraduates and postgraduates in a range of disciplines including Education, Research Methods and ITAS (Indigenous students). After publishing her book “The NVivo Toolkit: How to apply NVivo in your PhD for research and publishing success” she has been presenting at national and international conferences and conducting eSeminars about the use of NVivo software in research. In addition, she is skilled in quantitative software of SPSS and Qualtrics. Maureen has published articles in relation to school-age children and the issues and problems that arise from combining multi-disciplines such as school and high level sport. She is a reviewer for the peer-reviewed JSHS, JMCJ and OMICS Journals in the fields of Sport, Health, Communication and Education. Her research work includes such projects as: consulting about the introduction of the students bringing their own devices to school for the Queensland State Education Department; problems and issues faced by first year university students; and research into various health issues. Maureen is the Research Assistant on an ACU project investigating Identity and curriculum in Catholic Education. She is also a PEP visitor for Primary/Secondary students on placement and has gained recency in her own classroom teaching practice by accepting a current position in a Community Pathways State School unit to students who have mental and physical disabilities.

Research Interest

Maureen having reserach interest in the field of Sports and popular culture, oral history, critical studies of race and gender formation.

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