Associate Professor Julie Clark

Associate Professor

College of Education, Psychology and Social Work

place Education (5.45)
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Julie Clark has been in mathematics education for 40 years. Her career has spanned across primary, secondary and tertiary levels. She is passionate about mathematics and teaching and is currently teaching at Flinders University, South Australia. Julie has worked and studied in both Australia and the USA. Her research interests centre on the effective teaching and learning of mathematics and have recently focussed on rural schools and technology. Julie has been actively involved in a number of National Mathematics Educaiton grants a d projects. She has worked for a number of mathematics professional organisations and was the Vice President (Communications) for the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia (MERGA).

PhD University of Colorado, 2004
Master of Arts in Education (Curriculum and Instruction), Boise State University, 1991
Bachelor of Education, Flinders University (Sturt CAE), 1982
Diploma of Teaching, Flinders University (Sturt CAE), 1981
Key responsibilities
Associate Dean Teaching & Learning in the School of Education.
Teach mathematics curriculum studies
Supervise PhD students
Topic coordinator
EDUC9404 Numeracy and ICT Across the Curriuclum
EDUC9221 Mathematics Curriuclum Studies in Context
EDUC9128F Mathematics Curriculum Studies A1: Understanding Curriculum Development in the Middle Years
EDUC3645 Numeracy Curriculum Specialisation A1: Curriculum Development in the Middle Years
EDUC3745 Numeracy Curriculum Specialisation B1: Developing Curriculum in Context in the Middle Years
EDUC9227F Mathematics Curriculum Studies B1: Understanding Curriculum Development in the Middle Years
EDUC3628 Numeracy and ICT across the middle years curriculum
Supervisory interests
Assessment in mathematics learning
Mathematics education
Mathematics education in primary schools
Mathematics teacher education
Mathematics teaching and learning
Secondary schools mathematics, complex social system
Higher degree by research supervision
Principal supervisor: Mathematics Education (2), social work education (1)
Associate supervisor: Mathematics Education (1)
Principal supervisor: Disability Employment (1), Mathematics Education (2)
Associate supervisor: Gifted Education (1)