Anne-Marie McIlroy

Lecturer - Teaching and AdministrationDr Anne-Marie McIlroy

Internal Phone: 94966

Qualifications

Research Interests

Research interests include social justice in education; quality teaching; assessment that supports learning for all; Disability Studies in Education, and student voice.

Recent Publications

  • McIlroy A. (2015) All Students Belong in 'The New Zealand Curriculum': A vision supported by the Inclusive Education Capability Building Project. Kairaranga 16(2): 35-44.
  • MacArthur J., McIlroy A. and Howard T. (2018) What Made School So Good? In Bermann J; MacArthur J (Ed.), Student Perspectives on School Informing Inclusive Practice The Netherlands: Nijhoff, Brill Rodophi, Brill Sense and Hotei Publishing.
  • McIlroy A. and Guerin A. (2014) Flying under the radar: Democratic approaches to teaching in neoliberal times. In Wills R; Morton M; McLean M; Stevenson M; Slee R (Ed.), Tales from school: Learning disabilities and state education after administrative reform: 213-225. Rotterdam: Sense. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6209-893-0_19.
  • Morton M., Rietveld C., Guerin A., McIlroy A. and Duke J. (2012) Curriculum, assessment, teaching and learning for all. In Carrington S; MacArthur J (Ed.), Teaching in Inclusive School Communities: 270-293. Brisbane: John Wiley & Sons.
  • McIlroy A. (2017) "The myth of inability" - exploring children's capability and belonging at primary school through narrative assessment. Christchurch, New Zealand. University of Canterbury.

Courses

EDST 641 Theory and Foundations of Learning and Behaviour Diversity
EDST 642 Evidence-based Interprofessional Practice in Learning and Behaviour Diversity
EDST 643 Practicum in Learning and Behaviour diversity