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Michelle is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Education.
Dr Striepe’s experience in Higher Education started in 2010. Michelle has coordinated and taught a range of units in Initial Teacher Education and Master of Education programs and served as a program coordinator in Initial Teacher Education. Prior to working in Higher Education, Michelle has worked as a Primary and Middle School teacher in New Zealand, Japan and the United States.
Her research activities include participation in the international ‘Carpe Vitam Leadership for Learning project’, coordinated by the University of Cambridge. Michelle's research has focused on how teachers and management teams' perspectives of teacher leadership and educational leadership respectively. More broadly, Michelle has an interest in how contextual factors influence the work of school leaders. In addition to her work on educational leadership Michelle has completed research on the qualitative visual method of concept mapping, academic integrity and the use of mobile devices in schools. Michelle supervises several research students in area of educational leadership.
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