Professor Lorraine

Professor Lorraine Ling

Emeritus Professor

College of Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce

Education

Department of Education

Bendigo

Qualifications

TPTC (Frankston), BA(Ed)(Deakin), B.Ed (Deakin), M.Ed (Deakin), PhD (Deakin)

Role

Honorary

Area of study

Adult education
Educational leadership and management

Brief profile

Lorraine Ling is Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Education and Director of the Bendigo Campus. Lorraine is involved with international research projects into education policy and the changing nature of academic work. She is also involved in the professional development of teachers and academics.

Teaching units

Educational administration and leadership

Educational policy, Educational philosophy and sociology

Research methods in Education

Supervision and Leadership skills

Recent publications

Books

Stephenson, J., Ling, L., (Eds) (2013) Challenges to Teacher Education in difficult economic times International perspectives, Routledge, London.

Stephenson, J., Ling, L., Burman, E., and Cooper, M. (Eds) (2001) Los valores en la educación, Editorial Gedisa, Barcelona.

Ling, L., Ling, P. and Neville, B. (Eds), (1999) New learning technologies: A challenge for educators, Graduate School of Education, La Trobe University, Melbourne.

Stephenson, J., Ling, L., Burman, E., and Cooper, M. (Eds) (1998), Values in Education. Routledge, London. 

Chapters

Ling, L. (2014) Knowledges, Discontinuities, Spirals and Universities in Tanya Fitzgerald (Ed) Advancing Knowledge in Higher Education: Universities in Turbulent Times. IGI Global, Hershey.

Ling, L (2013) Introduction in Joan Stephenson and Lorraine Ling (Eds) Challenges to Teacher Education in difficult economic times International perspectives. Routledge, London.

Ling, L (2013) From crisis to change: An Australian perspective in Joan Stephenson and Lorraine Ling (Eds) Challenges to Teacher Education in difficult economic times International perspectives. Routledge, London.

Ling, L (2013) Conclusion: Layer upon layer in Joan Stephenson and Lorraine Ling (Eds) Challenges to Teacher Education in difficult economic times International perspectives. Routledge, London.

Ling, L (2013) Values Education in Australia in Values-based School.  Practices in Estonia and in the World. Eesti  Keele Siohtasutus, Estonia.

Ling, L and Kelly, R. (2001), ‘A Post-Traditional Supervisor-Supervisee Relationship’, in Alison Bartlett and Gina Mercer (Eds) Postgraduate Research Supervision: Transforming (R)Elations.  P. Lang Publishers, New York.

Ling, L. (2001) ‘Education for Active Citizenship: An Australian Perspective’ in Mireia Montane and Yves Beernaert (Eds), Towards Active Citizenship:  Connecting young citizens across the world.  European Parliament, Brussells.

Ling, L., Burman, E., and Cooper, M. (2001) ‘The Post Traditional Community: A New Concept for a New Era’ in H.Christiansen, 2001, Reeducating the Educator: Global Perspectives on Community Building in Teacher Education.  Suny Press, New York.

Ling, L. (2000) 'Diversity, values and national policy in Australia' in Leicester, Modgil and Modgil, Education, Values and Culture. Falmer Press, London

Refereed Journal Articles

Ling, L. (2012) Teacher education, the global financial crisis, frogs and bicycles, Educational Research, Vol.54, No. 2 pp. 213-224.

Ling, L. & Stephenson, J., (2012) Teacher Education, the global financial crisis (GFC) – where has the shoe pinched, Educational Research, Vol. 54, No 2, pp. 119-124.

Richardson, J, Corbitt, B. and Ling, L (2009). Adhocracy Drives Evolutionary Change in Higher Education Curriculum.  Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, 9(6). Common Ground, Melbourne.

Mackenzie, N. M. & Ling, L. M. (2009). The research journey: A Lonely Planet approach. Issues In Educational Research, 19(1), 48-60. http://www.iier.org.au/iier19/mackenzie.html

Ling, L.M. (2009). Induction: making the leap. Research in Comparative and International Education, 4(1), 87-96. Symposium Journals, Oxford.

Ling, L., Collinson, V., Kozina, E., Lin, Y. K., Matheson, I., Newcombe, L. and Zogla, I. (2008) Professional Development for Teachers: A World of Change. European Journal of Teacher Education, (in press)

Ling, L M, Burman E, Cooper M, Ling P Year 2006 (A)broad Teacher Education Theory into Practice. 45(2): 143-149.

Ling, L .,Armchair Experts in Thinking Classroom – An International Journal of reading, Writing and Critical Reflection.  Volume 7, Number 2, April 2006. pp. 42-46

Ling, L., Burman, E., Cooper, M. and Ling, P., (2005) ‘Adding Value Through Creating Opportunities for Teachers’, Theory Into Practice.

Ling, L., Burman, E., Cooper, M. and Ling, P. (2004) ‘Universities as learning networks’, Melbourne Studies in Education 2004, Arena Press, Melbourne.

Ling, L., and Mackenzie N., (2001) ‘Professional Development: An Australian Perspective’, European Journal of Teacher Education.

Ling, L and Ling, P., (1998) 'The Virtual University: To Be and Not to Be' in Melbourne Studies in Education, Vol. 39 No. 1, May 1998.

Conference Papers

Cooper, M., Ling, L.M. and Stewart, J. (2013) The past in the present in the future: A reflection on the conference theme, ATEE Annual Conference, Halden, Norway, 22-25 August, 2013.

Ling, L., (2011) Graduate Attributes/Teacher Attributes, Curtin University, Sarawak Malaysia (Eds), Enhancing Learning: :Learning and Teaching Conference, Curtin University, Sarawak pp 1-7.

Cooper, M., Ling, L.M. and Stewart, J. (2010) Professional development: professionalizing or deprofessionalising teachers, 35th Annual ATEE Conference, Budapest, Hungary, 26-30 August 2010.

Cooper, M., Ling, L.M. and Stewart, J. (2010) Teacher culture and teacher change: Insights from a meta-theoretical perspective, WFATE Conference, Chicago, February 2010.

Ling, L., Cooper, M. and Stewart, J. (2009) Knowledge Creativity or Knowledge Control – Induction or Reduction in Education, 34th Annual ATEE Conference, Palma de Mallorca, Spain,  29 August – 2 September 2009.

Ling, L.M. (2007) Generation Y: A Challenge for Teacher Education. Paper presented at the Australian Teacher Education Association, Wollongong, 3-6 July 2007.

Ling, L.M. (2007) Diversity, Generation Y and Crooked Paths: New Challenges for Teacher Education.  Paper presented at the ATEE 32rd Annual Conference, Telford United Kingdom, 26-29 August 2007.

Ling, L. M., Cooper, M. and Burman, E. (2006) Partnerships: With whom, what and why (They don't pay you to think) 31st Annual ATEE Conference, Portoroz, Slovenia, 21-25 Oct 2006. 451-460. National School for Leadership in Education.

Ling, L. M. & Mackenzie, N. (2005, 22-26 October). Educational Research Standards - Challenging Mythconceptions. Paper presented at the ATEE - 30th Annual Conference, Amsterdam.

Ling, L. M., Burman, E., & Cooper, M. (2005, 22-26 October). Whose Standards - Theirs or Ours? Paper presented at the ATEE - 30th Annual Conference, Amsterdam.

Ling, L. M. (2005). The P's of Curriculum. Paper presented at the Conference on Curriculum, On-Line.

Ling, L. M., Burman, E., Cooper, M., & Ling, P. (2005, July). Globalising Teacher Education. Paper presented at the Australian Teacher Education Association, Gold Coast.

Ling, L., Burman, E., Ling, P., Cooper, M. (2004) ‘The Gap that Isn’t: The Theory that Ate the Theory.’ Association for Teacher education in Europe Conference, Sicily, Italy.

Ling, L., Burman, E., Cooper, M. and Ling, P (2003) ‘Universities as Learning Organisations: A Flawed Concept’, Association of Teacher Educators in Europe conference, Malta.

Ling, L. (2001) 'Education for Active Citizenship: An Australian Perspective' in Mireia Montane and Yves Beernaert (Eds), Towards Active Citizenship: Connecting young citizens across the world. European Parliament, Brussels.

Ling, L. (2000) ‘Places Where Teachers Work: Places Where Universities Sell Knowledge’. Association for Teacher Education in Europe, Barcelona