Dr Christine Grice is a Senior Lecturer in Educational Leadership, and coordinator of Educational Leadership and Management at The University of Sydney. She conducts educational leadership research and professional learning in pedagogical leadership, middle leadership, and values-driven system leadership, governance, and change, predominantly drawing on practice theory. Christine's academic contribution is focused on the practices of leading learning, curriculum, and pedagogy.
Christine conducts qualitative and mixed method research on leadership in educational systems internationally across diverse school contexts that inform policy and practice. Her research investigates the role of educational leaders including system leaders, principals, middle leaders, and teacher leaders. Her specific interests include professional learning and development, the professional identity and resilience of leaders during change, and the role of school leaders in pedagogy, wellbeing, and attainment.
1. If you are interested in this research opportunity, you are encouraged to email the potential supervisor directly. To find their email address, follow the link provided to their profile page.
When contacting them, you should describe your academic educational background and research experience, and include an academic transcript and CV (resume). You should also include a research proposal (1500-2000 words); refer to How to write a research proposal for guidance. You should explain why you want to undertake a PhD and how you believe your research topic aligns with the supervisor’s own research. You may be asked to supply a sample of written work.
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The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is 2803