Teacher Education Fellow (Senior Lecturer)
PGDipSci BEd BCApSc(Otago) DipTchg
Before being appointed to a part-time position in technology at Dunedin College ofEducation in 2002, my teaching career gave me experiences in teaching in both primary and secondary classrooms. I was originally trained as a primary teacher but have spend most of my classroom teaching career working as a specialist Year 7 and 8 food and soft materials technology teacher.
I have a strong interest in how technology education is taught in schools and more recently how we are supporting our pre-service teachers in their understandings of the technology curriculum.
- Technology Education – Primary and Secondary
- Health Education – Food and Nutrition – Primary and Secondary
- Teaching and learning in Technology Education
- Community Nutrition
Williamson-Leadley, S., & Miller, A. (2013). Collaborations in cyber-space: Using wikis as group presentation and assessment tools. In P. J. Williams & D. Gedera (Eds.), Pupils Attitude Toward Technology (PATT27) Conference: Technology Education for the Future: A Play on Sustainability. (pp. 506-512). Hamilton, New Zealand: Technology Environmental Science and Mathematics Education Research Centre, University of Waikato. Retrieved from http://education.canterbury.ac.nz/patt27
Forret, M., Fox-Turnbull, W., Granshaw, B., Harwood, C., Miller, A., O'Sullivan, G., & Patterson, M. (2013). Towards a pre-service technology teacher education resource for New Zealand. International Journal of Technology & Design Education, 23, 473-487. doi: 10.1007/s10798-011-9199-8
Mirosa, M., Williamson-Leadley, S., & Miller, A. (2012, November). Learning with technology: Teaching with wikis. Higher Education Development Centre Teaching Workshop, University of Otago. Dunedin, New Zealand. [Department Seminar].
Forret, M., Fox-Turnbull, W., Granshaw, B., Harwood, C., Miller, A., O'Sullivan, G., & Patterson, M. (2011). Reaching a consensus: A pre-service technology teacher education resource for New Zealand. In K. Stables, C. Benson & M. de Vries (Eds.), Proceedings of the Pupils' Attitude Towards Technology (PATT) 25: Centre for Research in Primary Technology (CRIPT) Conference: Perspectives on Learning in Design and Technology Education. (pp. 161-169). London: Goldsmiths. [Full Paper]
Galvin, R., Campbell Price, M., & Miller, A. (2008, December). Should we be thinking on the same page and if so how can we? Verbal presentation at the University of Otago College of Education Professional Development Hui, Dunedin, New Zealand.