My research interests are around the educational field from early childhood to tertiary education. I am particularly interested in social justice, children's voices, working in partnership with parents and complexity of learning. I use post-structural philosophies and sociocultural pedagogies to extend my thinking. My PhD focuses on teachers' beliefs and practice of dialogue with children in early childhod settings. I have been involved in research around children's voices, secondary students as co-researchers, socio-cultural assessment practices and teachers' dialogues with children.