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Sandy Schuck

Website: www.cerg.uts.edu.au/people/sschuck

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Personal Statement

Teacher educator initially in mathematics education, but now also in mentoring, induction, research and ICT. Live in Sydney with my husband and two sons who are both university students. I coordinate a professional development project in ICT.

ICT Interests

Used a number of communication tools and virtual learning environments in my subjects, to supplement other means of contact with my students. Am currently developing a web page for the professional development project I coordinate in the Faculty of Education. I have a Grad Dip in Computer Studies which is fairly elderly now and focused on programming. I am developing my expertise in use of digital video, electronic portfolios and web portal development.

Recent Projects

My major project is the eChange project - a professional development project, sponsored by my faculty in which I support the appropriate use of ICT by faculty members in their teaching and learning. I also have a collaborative project with a colleague at UTS and with Apple Australia on developing pedagogy using student-generated digital video. This is in early stages at present. I am also involved in research in which an online mentoring network is being used to support beginning teachers.

Publications

Schuck, S (2002).Walking the electronic tightrope: Questions surrounding the infusion of IT into education subjects. In Rust, C. (Ed.) Improving Student Learning 9: Improving Student Learning Using Learning Technologies pp. 186-194. Oxford: Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development (OCSLD). Schuck, S. & Segal, G. (2002). Learning about our teaching from our graduates, learning about learning with critical friends. In J. Loughran & T. Russell, (Eds.) Improving Teacher Education Practices through self-study p. 88-101. London: RoutledgeFalmer. Schuck, S. (2002). Using self-study to challenge prospective primary school teachers about mathematics. Reflective Practice Journal. Schuck, S. (1999). Teaching mathematics: A brightly wrapped but empty gift box. Mathematics Education Research Journal, 11(2), 109-123. Schuck, S. & Foley, G. (1999a). Viewing mathematics in new ways: Can electronic learning communities assist? Mathematics Teacher Education and Development, 1, 22-37. Foley, G. & Schuck, S. (1999). Locating discussion about mathematics in virtual space: Grounding it in reality. UltiBASE, http://ultibase.rmit.edu.au (refereed online journal) Foley, G. & Schuck, S. (1998). Web-based conferencing: Pedagogical asset or constraint? Australian Journal of Educational Technology, 14(2), 122-140. Schuck, S. (1998). Conversations of the three selves of the prospective primary mathematics teacher. Teaching and Teacher Education, 14(7), 703-714.

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