Maureen Boyle


NameMaureen Boyle
Job titleSessional Academic
Research instituteSchool of Education
Faculty of Education and Arts

Research outputs

Transforming teaching and learning practices in schools through effective leadership, partnerships and career sensitive professional learning
Broadbent, Carolyn, Boyle, Maureen and O'Brien, Shelley. (2015) Transforming teaching and learning practices in schools through effective leadership, partnerships and career sensitive professional learning. In In D. Garbett and A. Ovens (Ed.). pp. 237 - 247 Edify Ltd..

Book chapter

Promoting positive education, resilience and student wellbeing through values education
Broadbent, Carolyn and Boyle, Maureen. (2013) Promoting positive education, resilience and student wellbeing through values education. European Journal of Social & Behavioural Sciences. 8(5), pp. 1308 - 1317. https://doi.org/10.15405/ejsbs.114

Journal article

A SiMERRing story: new approaches to professional learning for teachers in rural and regional areas of Australia
Broadbent, Carolyn, Boyle, Maureen and Brady, Jo. (2011) A SiMERRing story: new approaches to professional learning for teachers in rural and regional areas of Australia. In E. O'Doherty (Ed.). Education in a Changing Environment. USA: The Informing Science Institute. pp. 161 - 178

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Professional links - Professional support: Promoting the development of quality pedagogy and teachers' self-efficacy in the use of ICT within a supportive professional learning community
Broadbent, Carolyn, Boyle, Maureen and Brady, Jo. (2011) Professional links - Professional support: Promoting the development of quality pedagogy and teachers' self-efficacy in the use of ICT within a supportive professional learning community. In In A. Lauriala, R. Rajala and H. Ruokamo & O. Ylitapio-Mantyla (Ed.). pp. 243 - 257 Sense Publishers.

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Using Interactive whiteboards (IWBs) to build professional learning communities
Broadbent, Carolyn, Brady, Josephine and Boyle, Maureen. (2010) Using Interactive whiteboards (IWBs) to build professional learning communities. Australia Association for Research in Education 2009 Conference Proceedings. Melbourne, Australia: Australian Association for Research in Education. pp. 1 - 10

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A SiMMERing story: new approaches to professional learning for teachers in rural and regional areas of Australia
Broadbent, C, Boyle, M and Brady, J. (2009) A SiMMERing story: new approaches to professional learning for teachers in rural and regional areas of Australia. In E O'Doherty (Ed.). Education in a Changing Environment. United Kingdom: University of Salford. pp. 102 - 110

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Culture, communication and connectedness: Building social capital within the indigenous community
Broadbent, Carolyn, Boyle, Maureen and Carmody, Margaret. (2008) Culture, communication and connectedness: Building social capital within the indigenous community. In In M.I. Srinivasan and S.Patnaik (Ed.). The Indigenous Culture Across the Globe pp. 179 - 192 ICFAI University.

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Using ICT to connect rural and regional communities in Australia
Brady, Josephine, Boyle, Maureen and Broadbent, Carolyn. (2007) Using ICT to connect rural and regional communities in Australia. PASCAL International Conference, Lifelong learning, reaching the regions that other learning doesn't reach. Pecs, Hungary: University of Pecs.

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Building social capital within the Indigenous community
Broadbent, Carolyn, Boyle, Maureen and Brady, Josephine. (2007) Building social capital within the Indigenous community. In T. d'Arbon (Ed.). Directions for Catholic Educational Leadership in the 21st Century: The vision, challenges and reality: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Catholic Educational leadership. Sydney, Australia: Australian Catholic University.

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Initial survey - Utilising the information and communication technologies to build a professional learning community and to develop mentoring relationships between teachers in local, regional and rural schools.
Boyle, Maureen, Brady, Jo and Broadbent, Carolyn. (2006) Initial survey - Utilising the information and communication technologies to build a professional learning community and to develop mentoring relationships between teachers in local, regional and rural schools [Dataset]. Australian Catholic University. https://doi.org/10.26199/acu.8874y

Dataset

Lifelong learning: Helping address disadvantage through community-based learning projects
Broadbent, Carolyn, Burgess, Jillian Elizabeth and Boyle, Maureen. (2006) Lifelong learning: Helping address disadvantage through community-based learning projects. In In J. Chapman, P. Cartwright and E.J. McGilp (Ed.). Lifelong Learning; Participation and Equity pp. 265 - 286 Springer.

Book chapter

Connecting generations :Families working at learning together
Boyle, Maureen and Broadbent, Carolyn. (2005) Connecting generations :Families working at learning together. Adult Learning Australia 45th Annual National Conference 2005: Learners @ Work: New directions and connections: Ace As a Catalyst. Australia: Adult Learning Australia. pp. 1 - 8

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What's Up? :' Building effective learning communities for Indigenous families
Broadbent, Carolyn and Boyle, Maureen. (2004) What's Up? :' Building effective learning communities for Indigenous families. Adult Learning Australia 44th Annual National Conference. Adelaide; SA,Australia: Adult Learning Australia.

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Online discussion and the development of professional identity :helping preservice teachers to link theory with practice
Broadbent, Carolyn, McLoughlin, Catherine and Boyle, Maureen. (2004) Online discussion and the development of professional identity :helping preservice teachers to link theory with practice. In L. Cantoni and C. McLoughlin (Ed.). Proceedings of ED- Media 2004: World Conference on Educational Multimedia; Hypermedia and Telecommunications. Norfolk; VA,USA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. pp. 3655 - 3662

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Developing expertise and interpersonal practitioner reflection in a web environment
McLoughlin, Catherine, Broadbent, Carolyn and Boyle, Maureen. (2004) Developing expertise and interpersonal practitioner reflection in a web environment. In P. Jeffrey (Ed.). Proceedings of the Australasian Association for Research in Education International Conference. Melbourne,Australia: Australian Association for Research in Education. pp. 1 - 8

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Online discussion :Assisting preservice teachers in the development of a shared knowledge base
McLoughlin, Catherine, Broadbent, Carolyn and Boyle, Maureen. (2004) Online discussion :Assisting preservice teachers in the development of a shared knowledge base. In P. Danaher, C. Macpherson and F. Nouwens (Ed.). Lifelong Learning: Whose responsibility and what is your contribution?. Rockhampton, Australia: Central Queensland University Press. pp. 62 - 67

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