Dr Sally

Dr Sally Knipe

Associate Professor Education

College of Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce

Education

Department of Education

Albury-Wodonga

Qualifications

Doctorate of Education (La Trobe University), Master of Education (Deakin University), Graduate Diploma of Education & Diploma of Art (RCAE)

Role

Academic

Membership of professional associations

Australian Teacher Educaiton Association (Treasurer), Member - Australian Association for Research in Education, Australian Curriculum Studies Association

Area of study

Educational Studies

Recent publications

Books, monographs • Knipe, S. (Ed). (2007). Middle Years of Schooling; Reframing Adolescence. Pearson Education Australia, Frenchs Forest.

Chapters in Books • Knipe, S. (2015). A Generic Teacher Education Program that meets Contemporary School Needs. in Big Fish Little Fish N. Mockler, & S. Groundwater-Smith. (Eds) Cambridge University Press. • Knipe, S. & Johnston K. (2007). Problematising middle schooling for middle schools and middle years education. In S. Knipe (Ed.), Middle Years of Schooling; Reframing Adolescence (pp.3-20). Pearson Education Australia, Frenchs Forest.

Research Publications • Knipe, S. (2015). JARA Schedule: A Tool for Understanding Research Methodology. Journal of Multidisciplinary Research. Vol. 7, No. 2, Summer. St. Thomas University • Knipe, S. (2013). University Course Completion and ATAR Scores: Is there a Connection? The Journal of Educational Enquiry, Vol12, No 1. • Knipe, S. (2013). Data Trees Presenting Complex Data. Open Journal of Knowledge Management V11/2013 Available at http://www.community-of-knowledge.de/beitrag/data-trees-as-a-means-of-presenting-complex-data-analysis/ • Knipe, S. (2012). ‘Crossing the Primary and Secondary School Divide in Teacher Preparation’. Australian Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 37: Iss. 5, Article 7. Available at: http://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/vol37/iss5/7 • Knipe, S (2011). Research Using Government Data Sets: An underutilised resource. Educational Research and Reviews. Vol. 6(21), pp. 993-996. • Mackenzie N. & Knipe, S (2006). Research Dilemmas: Paradigms, method & methodology. Issues in Educational Research. Vol 16. • Knipe S., & Zevenbergen, R (2005). Maths, Sex and Rock ‘n’ Roll. How Can We Engage the Millennial Student? Australian Journal of Middle Schooling. Vol 5 No 2 p. 5-11. • Knipe S. (2003.) ‘The Implementation of the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning: An Employers Perspective’ Australian Vocational Education Review. Vol 10 No. 2. p. 12-17.

Reports • Knipe, S. (2015) Mapping the Australian Teacher Education Association’s Contribution to Teacher Education Research Report prepared for the Australian Teacher Education Association. • Knipe, S. (2012). Admission Criteria and Student Course Progress in Five Undergraduate Education Courses at Charles Sturt University, Faculty of Education Internal Report. • Knipe, S. & Kendall, L. (2011). School-based Index Analysis (SIA); Mallacoota P-12 College, Internal School Report. • Knipe, S. & Kendall, L. (2011). School-based Index Analysis (SIA); Wodonga South Primary School, Internal School Report. • Knipe, S., Perry, B. &, Kearny, E. (2010). Middle Schooling Teachers: Beginning a Professional, Internal Report. • Knipe S., Ling L., Bottrell C. & Keamy K. (2003). ‘Likely Demand for the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning’, prepared for the North East Local learning and Employment Network. • Ling L., Knipe S., Brew C., & Sheed J. (2000). ‘Empowering Communities: A Toolkit for Action’ prepared for the Dusseldorf Skills Forum.  

Research projects

2015 - Using a schedule developed by Knipe & Bottrell, this project analysed the nature and type of teacher education research published in the Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education. A report was produced for the Australian Teacher Education Association.

2002 - Leading a research team and overall responsibility for writing the initial grant application and overseeing the entire project. A report was produced for ~~North East Local Learning and Employment Network

2000 - My main role in this project was to collect and analysis existing data and to piecing together this data to devise ‘toolkit’ for access by a range of community organisations. Report produed for the Düsseldorf Skills Forum