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Dr Margaret Baguley
Dr Margaret Baguley
Senior Lecturer (Arts Education, Curriculum & Pedagogy) & Program Coordinator (Primary)
Faculty of Education
+61 7 3470 4341
Member of Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE)
Member of the International Society for Education Through Art (InSEA)
Member of National Art Education Association (NAEA)
Member of National Association of Visual Arts (NAVA)
Member of Flying Arts
Member of National Gallery of Australia (NGA)
Member of National Library of Australia (NLA)
Dr Margaret Baguley is a senior lecturer in arts education, curriculum and pedagogy at the University of Southern Queensland. Her contribution to quality learning, teaching and research has been recognised through a series of awards including a Faculty Excellence in Research (Early Career) Award (2012, USQ), a Faculty Teaching Excellence Award (2010, USQ) the Australian Learning and Teaching Council's national Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning (2008, UTAS); a university-wide Teaching Excellence Award (2007, UTAS); Teaching Merit Certificates (2008, 2007, 2004, UTAS) and a Mentoring Award (2005, UTAS). Dr Baguley is currently undertaking the role of Deputy Associate Dean Research during Semester 2 this year. She has an extensive teaching background across all facets of education, in addition to maintaining her arts practice. An interest in collaborative practice and creativity underpins her teaching.
Dr Baguleys research work is concerned with the complexities of the collaborative process which she examined in her PhD entitled Partnership or Perish? A study of artistic collaborations. This research has examined the role of leadership, authorship, ego and support in the arts sector. In 2007 she completed a national evaluation of the youth arts policy for the Australia Council for the Arts with Professor Margaret Barrett. In 2008 Dr Baguley was one of three national recipients awarded a Manning Clark/CAL Residential Fellowship and undertook six weeks research in Canberra. Dr Baguley co-evaluated the Creative Community Hub Artist in Residence Pilot Project 2009 which investigated an artist-in-residence program at three state primary schools in the Ipswich/Moreton region funded by the Australia Council for the Arts and managed by the Primary Arts Network Ipswich (PANI). In addition she was the Chair of the Australia Council for the Arts 2009 Venice Biennale Art Education Kit (K-12) which was made available electronically to Australian schools on the following link: <http://www.australiavenicebiennale.com.au/images/stories/files/vb2009edu.pdf>
Dr Baguley completed an eight week inaugural USQ/ANU research scholarship at the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra in 2010. In 2011 she interviewed the international artist Judy Chicago in Belen, New Mexico and presented information about the research project she undertook in Canberra at the International Conference on Narrative, Arts-based, and “Post” Approaches to Social Research (NAPAR) conference in Arizona. Assistance was provided through a national Ian Potter Foundation travel grant and the Faculty of Education at USQ.
Dr Baguley is the current co-convenor of the Arts Education Practice and Research Special Interest Group (SIG) for the Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE).
In 2011 her work was invited for exhibition in 'Think Tank' at the Academy Gallery, University of Tasmania (11 Mar - 8 April) and also in 'The Women's Project' at Karen 19 Contemporary Art Space, Gold Coast, as part of International Women's Day (8 - 19 March).
In November 2012 Dr Baguley attended the World Alliance for Arts Education (WWAE) held in Rovaniemi, Finland. The four world member associations (IDEA, InSEA, ISME and WDA) each called for international experts to submit an abstract and restricted the conference to 100 delegates in total in order to 'maintain a focus and intensity that distinguishes this type of WWAE Summit.'
During December 2012 Dr Baguley presented one of ten invited symposia at AARE in Sydney with colleagues from the University of Queensland, Griffith University, the University of Tasmania, the University of Sydney and the Australia Council for the Arts titled ‘Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going? What the Arts can provide for Education.’ The symposium has been selected to represent AARE in the UK at the British Educational Research Association (BERA) Conference in September, 2013.
Recent Research Outcomes
Three most recent :
Baguley, M., Campbell, J., Cruickshank, V., Daunt, J., Kerby, M., MacDonald, A., Mann, R., McDonald, S., Monk, S., Riordan, T., Santoli, S., Vitulli, P., & Webster, N. (2013). Greater Than the Sum of the Parts: The Formation of a School/University Research Team. In W. Midgley, P. Danaher & M. Baguley (Eds.). The role of participants in education research: Ethics, epistemologies, and methods (pp. 295 - 319). New York; London: Routledge.
Danaher, P., Baguley, M., & Midgley, W., (2013). Imagining and Reimagining the Role of Participants in Education Research: Ethics, Epistemologies and Methods. In W. Midgley, P. Danaher & M. Baguley (Eds.). The role of participants in education research: Ethics, epistemologies, and methods (pp. 1 – 10). New York; London: Routledge.
Baguley, M., & Kerby, M. (2012). Creating Capacity: Teacher Professional Development and the Role of the University. In P.A. Danaher, L. De George-Walker, R. Henderson, K. Matthews, W. Midgley, K. Noble, M. Tyler & C. Arden (Eds.). Constructing Capacities: Building capabilities through learning and engagement (107 – 123). Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Most notable :
Carrillo, C., & Baguley, M. (2011). "From School Teacher to University Lecturer: Illuminating the Journey from the Classroom to the University for Two Arts Educators". Teaching and Teacher Education, 27(1), pp. 62 - 72.
Baguley, M. & Brown, A. (2009). "Critical friends: an investigation of shared narrative practice between education and nursing graduates." Teaching in Higher Education, 14(2), pp. 195 - 207.
Shillito, S., Beswick, K., & Baguley, M. (2008). "The aims of art education: An analysis of visual art in Tasmanias Essential Learnings." Australian Online Journal of Arts Education, 4(1), pp. 1-16.
Currently Teaching Courses/Programs
EDC1200: Self, Education and Society
EDX1250: The Arts, Curriculum and Pedagogy
Program Coordinator (Primary) - Springfield campus
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