Associate Professor Jacqueline Manuel

PhD (UNE), DipEd (UNE), BA (Hons I) (UNE)
Associate Professor, English Education
Program Director, Master of Teaching (Secondary)
Curriculum Coordinator, Secondary English
Member, Teacher Education Advisory Board
Affiliate, Department of English, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

A35 - Education Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 93513350
Fax +61 2 93512621

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Biographical details

Jackie's teaching, research and publishing is in the field of secondary English education and literature. Her particular research interests include teenagers and reading, the history and development of secondary English curriculum, and the experiences of early career teachers of English. She coordinates the secondary English curriculum methodology in the Faculty and is involved in a range of ways with the English teaching profession.au.linkedin.com/pub/jackie-manuel/35/116/562/

Research interests

Educational history, sociology and philosophy

  • History of education

Learning sciences; psychology of education

  • Learning technologies and new media

Research on teaching and learning

  • English and literacy

Current research students

Project title Degree Research student
The Development of English Teachers' Professional Identity PhD Janet DUTTON
Creativity and Sydney Story Factory (Auxiliary supervisor) PhD Amy MORTIMER
Unloosening the cord from the bag of dreams - How the identity of new drama teachers is shaped through pedagogy and practice in teaching for social justice PhD Alison O'GRADY

Current projects

  • Better Strangers 2 Project (2014-2016)
  • Poetry Imaginarium (2014)
  • Australian Women's Poetry of WW1.
  • Research-led and inquiry-based secondary English teacher education.
  • Pre-service English teacher motivation.
  • Teenagers and Reading: Factors Influencing Motivation, Engagement and Achievement.
  • 100 Years of HSC English Examinations. An Historical Critique and Analysis of the NSW Higher School Certificate and the role of the University of Sydney.
  • A qualitative study of the impact of creative writing on students' accomplishment in English.
  • The Sydney Story Factory Evaluation: Creativity and Student Achievement.

Associations

  • Editorial Advisory Board English in Australia

  • Associate Editor, Editorial Advisory Board English Teaching: Practice and Critique

  • Member Editorial Advisory Board: Australian Journal of Language and Literacy

  • Member Editorial Advisory Board:Australasian Journal of Teacher Education

  • International Member, Editorial Advisory Board:Teacher Development: an International Journal of Teacher Professional Development

  • Chief Examiner, HSC English (Standard and Advanced) 2007-2011

  • Chair, NSW Board of Studies Board Curriculum Committee, English K-10 (2011-2013)

  • Chair, NSW Board of Studies Board Curriculum Committee, English 11-12 (2011)

  • Professional Partnerships, Canberra Grammar School, 2013

  • Professional Partnerships, St Augustine's College, 2013

  • Professional Partnerships, Social Inclusion Unit, Broken Hill Learning Week

  • Member, Advisory Group, NSW English Stage 6 Prescriptions, 2012-2013

  • Guest Editor, Special Issue, English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 2013

  • Shakespeare Imaginarium, with Department of English, University of Sydney, 2013

  • Poery Imaginarum, 2014

  • Broken Hill Learning Week, Compass, 2014

In the media

CPL English Conference a resounding success, 2014

http://education.nswtf.org.au/may-19-2014/features-2/cpl-english-conference-resounding-success#%2EU3aZcq2SyKQ

The Australian, 2008
“Curriculum Cordiality in the air”
http://blogs.theaustralian.news.com.au/lukeslattery/index.php/theaustralian/comments/curriculum_cordiality_in_the_air/

University World News, 2008
"AUSTRALIA: Humanities face global crisis"
http://www.universityworldnews.com/article.php?story=20080214155946443

The Weekend Australian, 2008
"Ideology be damned, just surrender to beauty"
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/higher-education/opinion/ideology-be-damned-just-surrender-to-beauty/story-e6frgclx-1111115622325

Teachers motivated by passion, not money, SMH,2006

http://www.smh.com.au/news/national/teachers-motivated-by-passion-not-money/2006/08/28/1156617275303.html

English exam starts war of words over marking, SMH, 2007

http://www.smh.com.au/news/national/english-exam-starts-war-of-words-over-marking/2007/12/20/1197740472526.html

Y this Generation is ready to teach our children,2007

http://www.usyd.edu.au/news/84.html?newsstoryid=1599http://www.usyd.edu.au/news/84.html?newsstoryid=1599

University takes back top English post,2006

http://www.usyd.edu.au/news/84.html?newsstoryid=1276

Lessons must be learnt if we are to keep teachers, January 2005

http://petermartin.blogspot.com/2005_01_01_archive.html

Teenagers and Reading, SMH, 2006

http://www.smh.com.au/news/national/kids-all-they-do-is-sit-around-and-read/2006/07/15/1152637917551.html

Additional Books

Manuel, J. & Brock, P. (1992) Doing English For The HSC; A Comprehensive Companion For Texts and Topics in All Four Courses. 1992 edn. Armidale: Chrysalis Communications.

Manuel, J. & Brock, P. (1991) Doing English For The HSC; 1991 Supplement. Armidale: Chrysalis Communications.

Manuel, J. & Brock, P. (1990) Doing English For The HSC; 1990 Supplement. Armidale: Chrysalis Communications.

Manuel, J. & Brock, P. (1989) Doing English For The HSC; A Comprehensive Companion For Texts and Topics in All Four Courses. Canberra: Chrysalis Communications.

Addtional Book Chapters

Manuel, J. (2004) "Connecting Voices: Effective Engagement and Pedagogy in Oral English", in Reviewing English, eds. W. Sawyer & E. Gold. Melbourne: Phoenix Press, pp. 142-158.

Manuel, J. (1998) "Re-Viewing Talking and Listening in the Secondary English Curriculum" in Re-Viewing English, eds. W. Sawyer, K. Watson & E. Gold. Sydney: St Clair Press, pp. 264-276.

Manuel, J. (1996) "Strategies for curriculum diversity and decentralisation, professional autonomy and quality outcomes: the experience of post-compulsory English education in Australia" in Developing Language and Literacy, ed. B. Raban-Bisby. Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom: Trentham Books, pp. 115-131.

Additional Refereed Journal Articles

Manuel, J. (2002) "Making its Debut: What English Teachers Think of the New Higher School Certificate English Syllabus in NSW", English in Australia , 134, August, pp. 67-77.

Manuel, J. (1996) "'We are the women who mourn our dead': Australian civilian women's poetic responses to the First World War", Journal of the Australian War Memorial, 29, November, pp. 32-39.

Additional Journal Articles

Manuel, J. (2007) "English as a Contested Area", Directions in Education, 18:18, September, pp. 4-7.

Manuel, J. (2003) "What's Happening to Our Beginning Teachers?" Education, Journal of the NSW Teachers Federation, 84: 4, pp. 4-8.

Manuel, J. (2003) "Have we mistaken the symptom for the problem? Early career teacher retention and attrition" Curriculum Leadership, 24: 1, August, pp. 2-5.

Manuel, J. (2002) "A Teacher of Excellence: Experiences of Beginning Teachers" Education Links, 65, December, pp. 32-36.

Manuel, J. (1998) "Higher School Certificate Storm", Education Alternatives, 7: 6 Issue No 66 August, p.5.

Manuel, J. (1998) "Multi-Campus High School Initiative", "Lion in Nile's Sights", "Innovative Pathways for Post-Compulsory Students", Education Alternatives, 7: 7 Issue 67 September, p.5.

Manuel, J. (1998) "150 years of Public Education in NSW", "Curriculum Developments in NSW HSC", Education Alternatives, 7:68 Issue 68 October, p. 5.

Manuel, J. (1998) "Teaching Standards Board", Education Alternatives, 7: 9 Issue 69 November, p.5.

Manuel, J. (1998) "NSW Country HSC Marking Centres", Education Alternatives, 7: 68 December, p. 5.

Addtional Refereed Conference Proceedings

Manuel, J. (2008) “Reflections on the Future of English Studies”, in Proceedings of the Colloquium on the Future of Secondary School English Studies, University of Sydney, February.

Manuel, J. (2005) "Teenagers, Imaginative Literature, and Learning: Exploring the Place and Significance of Imaginative Literature in Adolescent Experience", Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Imagination and Education,August.

Manuel, J. (2002) "Their Brilliant Careers: The Experiences of Beginning Teachers in New South Wales Secondary Schools", Proceedings of Challenging Futures Conference, University of New England, Armidale, February.

Manuel, J. (2001) "Teacher Perceptions of the New Stage 6 Higher School Certificate English Course", Proceedings of the AATE/ALEA Annual Conference Leading Literate Lives, July.

Manuel, J. (2001) "The Experiences of Beginning and Early Career Secondary School Teachers: 2 Case Studies from NSW Australia", Education-Line, University of Leeds, U.K.,September.

Manuel, J. (2001) "Boys and Literacy: An Australian Perspective on Policy and Practice", Proceedings of the Association of Parents of Adolescents International Congress, Mexico, April.

Manuel, J. (2001) "English Education in NSW: the impact of policy on curriculum development and implementation", Education-Line, University of Leeds, U.K., September.

Manuel, J. (1998) "Reforming the English Curriculum in Post-Compulsory Secondary Education", Education-Line, University of Leeds, U.K., September.

Additional National and International Conference Papers and Addresses

Manuel, J. (2009) “Teenagers and Reading: Exploring the significance and place of books in adolescents’ lives”, Seventh International Conference on the Book, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, October 16-18.

Manuel, J. (2008) “Authentic assessment for optimal learning: Two case studies”, Asia Pacific Educational Research Conference, Singapore, November 27-29.

Manuel, J. (2008) “Engaging the imagination and creativity for holistic teaching and learning in subject English”, Asia Pacific Educational Research Conference, Singapore, November 27-29.

Manuel, J., Carter, D., Hughes, J., Anderson, M. & Murphy, T. (2008) “The place of Australian literature in secondary English education”, Austlit in a Global,World 30th Anniversary conference of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, University of Wollongong,June 29 – July 2.

Manuel J. (2008) “English for Engagement, Action and Imagination”, Keynote Address, Association of Independent Schools Annual Conference, Sydney, March 23.

Manuel, J. (2008) "Teacher Motivation, Recruitment and Retention: Research Findings and Implications for School Leadership", Keynote Paper, Primary Principals' Council Conference, February 20.

Manuel, J. (2008) "Reflections on Future Directions in English in the Secondary School", Invited paper,Colloquium on the Future of Secondary School English Studies, University of Sydney, February 18.

Manuel, J. (2007) "Lovers and Dreamers: Understanding the Motivation to Teach English", Communities and Change, Research Innovations in Arts, English and Literacy Education, AELE Symposium, October, 24.

Manuel, J. & Hughes, J. (2007) "Investigating the motivation to teach: Implications for initial teacher education, recruitment, retention and professional development" Contested Qualities of Educational Research, EERA Conference, University of Ghent, Belgium, September 19-21.

Manuel, J. & Dutton, J. (2007) "Investigating the impact of pre-service English teachers' motivations, beliefs, and attitudes on their professional development in initial teacher education" Contested Qualities of Educational Research, EERA Conference, University of Ghent, Belgium, September 19-21.

Manuel, J. (2006) "Everything but the text?: Drama and the Teaching of Fiction and Non-Fiction",Drama and English Teaching, AELE International Conference, Sydney, October 26-27.

Manuel, J. (2005) "Teenagers, Imaginative Literature, and Learning: Exploring the Place and Significance of 'the Book' in Adolescent Experience", 3rd International Conference on Imagination and Education, Engaging the Imagination in Teaching and Learning, Vancouver, July 13-16.

Manuel, J. & Hughes, J. (2005) "Balancing great expectations: Exploring the ways in which university teacher education programs address the needs and aspirations of prospective teachers", HERDSA Conference 2005, "Higher Education in a Changing World", Sydney, July 3-7.

Ewing, R. & Manuel, J. (2005) "Retaining Quality Teachers in the Profession: Beginning Teachers Tell Their Stories", International Study Association for Teachers and Teaching, ISATT Conference, "Challenges for the Profession: Perspectives and Directions for Teachers, Teaching and Teacher Education", ACU, Sydney, July 2-6.

Ewing, R. & Manuel, J. (2005) "The Experiences of Early Career Teachers: A Research Perspective", Keynote Address, NSW DET Beginning Teacher District Consultants Conference, Sebel Citygate, Sydney, March 17.

Ewing, R. & Manuel, J. (2005) "Early Career Teacher Retention and Attrition: Identifying the Factors that Influence Why Teachers Stay and Why they Leave" Keynote Address, NSW DET Collegial Support for Early Career Teachers Conference, Rydges Paramatta, June 9-10.

Ewing, R., Smith, D. & Manuel, J. (2004) "Retaining Quality Teachers in the Profession", Making Spaces: Regenerating the Profession, ATEA Conference, Bathurst, July 14.

Manuel, J. (2004) "Real beginnings: Why people choose to teach English, why they stay and why they leave" Get Real, AATE Annual Conference, Sydney, July 4-8.

Manuel, J. (2003) "Retaining Beginning Teachers: Investigating Issues of Teacher Supply and Attrition", British Educational Research Association Conference, BERA 2003, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK, Sept 11-13.

Manuel, J. (2003) "Adolescents' Reading: What's Making the Difference?" British Educational Research Association Conference, BERA 2003, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK, Sept 11-13.

Manuel, J. & Brindley, S. (2003) "English Teachers in the Making: What Motivates and Keeps New Teachers in the Profession?" British Educational Research Association Conference, BERA 2003, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK, Sept 11-13.

Manuel, J. & Hughes, J. (2003) "Choosing to Teach: Career Motivations and Aspirations of Beginning Teachers", with Dr John Hughes, Collaborative, Comparative Studies: Why Internationalise?, University of Sydney, June 23-24.

Manuel, J. (2003) "Australian adolescents' reading choices: the implications for English teachers and classroom practice", IFTE International Conference, Melbourne, July 14-18.

Manuel, J. (2003) "Emerging as an English teacher: exploring the development of professional identity during the early career phase of new teachers" IFTE International Conference, Melbourne, July 14-18.

Manuel, J. (2002) "Peer mentoring as a professional development strategy for initial teacher education students", University of Sydney and University of Waikato Education Symposium, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand, December 10-12.

Manuel, J. (2002) "Addressing the Needs of Adolescents Experiencing Difficulties with Reading", Plenary address to the Joint Training Conference of New South Wales Department of Education and Training Literacy and Linkages Consultants, Sebel Citigate Hotel, March 31 - April 2.

Manuel, J. (2002) "On Becoming an English Teacher: Addressing Critical Issues in the Preparation, Professional Development, and Retention of Quality English Teachers", European Educational Research Association, "EERA" Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, September 11-14.

Manuel, J. (2002) "The Role of Parents in the Literacy Development of Adolescents", Keynote Address, 3rd International Congress on Adolescence, Tijuana, Mexico, April 22-23.

Manuel, J. (2002) "Optimising Adolescents' Experience of Literary and Literacy Education: Some Australian Models" Keynote Address, 3rd International Congress on Adolescence, Monterrey, Mexico, April 20-21.

Manuel, J. (2002) "Their Brilliant Careers: The Experiences of Beginning Teachers in New South Wales Secondary Schools", Challenging Futures Conference, University of New England, Armidale, February 4-7.

Manuel, J. (2001) "Teachers Decide: Evaluations and Perceptions of the New Stage 6 Higher School Certificate English Course", English Teachers' Association Annual Conference, Darling Harbour, Sydney, December 6-7.

Manuel, J. (2001) "The Experiences of Beginning and Early Career Secondary School Teachers in NSW, Australia: 2 Case Studies,", British Educational Research Association Conference, "BERA 2001", Leeds, United Kingdom, September 13-15.

Manuel, J. (2001) "Teacher Perceptions of the New Stage 6 Higher School Certificate English Course", AATE/ALEA Annual Conference Leading Literate Lives, Hobart, July 14-16.

Manuel, J. (2001) "Strategies for Enhancing Literacy Outcomes for Adolescent Boys: Australian Policy and Practice", Keynote Address, Second International Congress on Adolescence, Monterrey, Mexico, June 11-14.

Manuel, J. (2000) "Transforming the Nature of English Studies for Secondary Education in Australia", British Educational Research Association, "BERA 2000", University of Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom, September 7-9.

Manuel, J. (1998) "The beginning teacher's experience of language and literacy educational theory, policy and practice and its implications for the future of the English teaching profession", Australian Association for the Teaching of English (AATE) & the Association for Language Education in Australia (ALEA) International Conference, Canberra, July 5-7.

Manuel, J. (1997) "Reforming the English Curriculum in Secondary Education", British Educational Research Association, "BERA 97" Conference, University of York, United Kingdom, September 10-14.

Manuel, J. (1994) "Islands, Shores and Bridges: Teaching English in Contemporary Australian Settings" 31st Annual Conference, United Kingdom Reading Association: Developing Language and Literacy Conference, University of Warwick, United Kingdom, July 25-28.

Selected grants

2011

  • Better Strangers: Creativity and Complexity in Literature and Drama Learning; Semler L, Christie W, Gay P, Flaherty K, Manuel J, Hansen C; Barker College/Research Support.

2005

  • Early Career Teachers; Anderson J, Anderson M, Gibson R, Ewing R, Manuel J; NSW Department of Education and Training (NSWDET)/Research Grant.

2004

  • Evaluation of Australian Government Quality Teaching Action Learning for School Teams.; Ewing R, Smith D, Anderson M, Gibson R, Manuel J; Department of Education, Science and Training (DEST)/Research Grants.

2003

  • The Australian Adolescents Reading Choices Project; Manuel J; DVC Research/Research and Development Scheme: Newly Appointed Staff (NAS).

Selected publications

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Edited Books

  • Manuel, J., Brindley, S. (2012). Teenagers and Reading: Literary heritages, cultural contexts and contemporary reading practices. Kent Town, S. Aust.: Wakefield Press.
  • Manuel, J., Brock, P., Carter, D., Sawyer, W. (2009). Imagination Innovation Creativity: Re-Visioning English in Education. Australia: Phoenix Education.
  • Manuel, J., Carter, D. (2009). The English Teacher's Handbook A to Z. Australia: Phoenix Education.
  • Anderson, M., Hughes, J., Manuel, J. (2008). Drama and English teaching: Imagination, action and engagement. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Book Chapters

  • Manuel, J. (2012). Practical strategies for engaging teenagers in reading. In Jacqueline Manuel and Sue Brindley (Eds.), Teenagers and Reading: Literary heritages, cultural contexts and contemporary reading practices, (pp. 272-284). Kent Town, S. Aust.: Wakefield Press.
  • Manuel, J. (2012). Reading lives: Teenagers' reading practices and preferences. In Jacqueline Manuel and Sue Brindley (Eds.), Teenagers and Reading: Literary heritages, cultural contexts and contemporary reading practices, (pp. 12-37). Kent Town, S. Aust.: Wakefield Press.
  • Manuel, J. (2012). Teenagers and reading 1: Factors influencing reading (under)achievement. In Jacqueline Manuel and Sue Brindley (Eds.), Teenagers and Reading: Literary heritages, cultural contexts and contemporary reading practices, (pp. 229-254). Kent Town, S. Aust.: Wakefield Press.
  • Manuel, J. (2012). Teenagers and reading 2: Creating creative reading spaces. In Jacqueline Manuel and Sue Brindley (Eds.), Teenagers and Reading: Literary heritages, cultural contexts and contemporary reading practices, (pp. 255-271). Kent Town, S. Aust.: Wakefield Press.
  • Manuel, J. (2012). Teenagers and reading: literary heritages, cultural contexts and contemporary reading practices. In Jacqueline Manuel and Sue Brindley (Eds.), Teenagers and Reading: Literary heritages, cultural contexts and contemporary reading practices, (pp. 1-4). Kent Town, S. Aust.: Wakefield Press.
  • Manuel, J., Broughton, M. (2012). What we know about teenagers and reading: A survey of research findings. In Jacqueline Manuel and Sue Brindley (Eds.), Teenagers and Reading: Literary heritages, cultural contexts and contemporary reading practices, (pp. 82-110). Kent Town, S. Aust.: Wakefield Press.
  • Manuel, J., Brock, P., Sawyer, W., Carter, D. (2009). "What is within becomes what is around": Imagination, innovation, creativity. In Jacqueline Manuel, Paul Brock, Don Carter, Wayne Sawyer (Eds.), Imagination Innovation Creativity: Re-Visioning English in Education, (pp. 7-12). Australia: Phoenix Education.
  • Manuel, J. (2009). Talking and Listening for Learning in English. In W. Sawyer, S. Gannon and M. Howie (Eds.), Charged with Meaning: Re-viewing English, (pp. 185-196). Putney, NSW: Phoenix Education.
  • Manuel, J. (2009). The Best Moments: Adolescents' Reading Practices and Preferences. In Jacqueline Manuel, Paul Brock, Don Carter, Wayne Sawyer (Eds.), Imagination Innovation Creativity: Re-Visioning English in Education, (pp. 99-122). Australia: Phoenix Education.
  • Manuel, J., Anderson, M. (2008). Assessing Drama in English: A Framework for Practice. In Anderson M, Hughes J, Manuel J (Eds.), Drama and English teaching: Imagination, action and engagement, (pp. 213-223). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Manuel, J., Hughes, J., Anderson, M., Arnold, R. (2008). Drama and English teaching: Imagination, action and engagement. In Anderson M, Hughes J, Manuel J (Eds.), Drama and English teaching: Imagination, action and engagement, (pp. 1-12). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Manuel, J. (2008). Invigorating the teaching of fiction through drama. In Anderson M, Hughes J, Manuel J (Eds.), Drama and English teaching: Imagination, action and engagement, (pp. 32-49). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Manuel, J. (2004). Connecting Voices: Effective Engagement And Pedagogy In Oral English. In Sawyer, W. & Gold, E. (Eds.), Reviewing English in the 21st Century, (pp. 73-85). Melbourne: Phoenix Education.

Journals

  • Manuel, J., Petrosky, T., Dymoke, S. (2013). Arts poetica and the 21st-century English/literacy classroom (Editorial). English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 12(1), 1-5.
  • Manuel, J. (2012). In praise of reading: a vignette of teenagers' reading lives. Metaphor, 2012 (3), 4-10.
  • Manuel, J. (2012). Teenagers and Reading: Factors that shape the quality of teenagers' reading lives. English in Australia, 47(2), 45-57.
  • Broughton, M., Manuel, J. (2007). What do Australian boys think about reading? Literacy Learning: The Middle Years, 15(1), 9-16.
  • Manuel, J., Hughes, J. (2006). 'It has always been my dream': exploring pre-service teachers' motivations for choosing to teach. Teacher Development, 10(1), 5-24.
  • Ewing, R., Manuel, J. (2005). Retaining quality early career teachers in the profession: new teacher narratives. Change: Transformations in Education, 8(1), 1-16.
  • Manuel, J., Brindley, S. (2005). The call to teach: Identifying pre-service teachers motivations, expectations and key experiences during initial teacher education in Australia and the United Kingdom. English in Australia, 144, 38-49.
  • Manuel, J., Brock, P. (2003). "W(h)ither the place of literature?" Two momentous reforms in the NSW senior secondary English curriculum. English in Australia, 136, 15-26.
  • Manuel, J. (2003). 'Such are the ambitions of youth': exploring issues of retention and attrition of early career teachers in New South Wales. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 31(2), 139-151.
  • Manuel, J., Robinson, D. (2003). Teenage boys, teenage girls and books: Re-viewing come assumptions about gender and adolescents' reading practices. English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 2(2), 66-77.
  • Manuel, J. (2002). 'A teacher of excellence': experiences of beginning teachers. Education Links, , 32-36.
  • Manuel, J. (2002). Making its debut: What teachers think of the new High School Certificate English Syllabus in New South Wales. English in Australia, (134), 67-77.
  • Manuel, J., Robinson, D. (2002). What are teenagers reading? The findings of a survey of teenagers' reading choices and the implications of these for English teachers' classroom practice. English in Australia, (135), 68-78.

Conferences

  • Manuel, J. (2013). Fostering students' creativity and imagination: implementing the new English 7-10 Syllabus (Keynote Address). AIS English Teachers' Conference.
  • Manuel, J., Carter, D. (2013). HSC English exams unpacked (Symposium course). Erudio Education - English Symposium.
  • Manuel, J. (2013). Reimagining the 21st century reading classroom (Keynote Address). Tasmanian Association for the Teaching of English/ALEA State Conference, Launceston, Tasmania.
  • Manuel, J. (2012). Reconnecting with the story of teenagers' reading lives (guest speaker presentation). Australian Association for the Teaching of English (AATE) National Conference 2012.
  • Manuel, J., Hughes, J. (2005). Balancing great expectations: Exploring the ways in which university teacher education programs address the needs and aspirations of prospective teachers. Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia Annual Conference - HERDSA 2005, Sydney: Institute for Teaching and Learning.
  • Ewing, R., Manuel, J. (2005). Retaining quality teachers in the profession. 12th International Study Association on Teachers & Teaching 2005. International Study Association on Teachers and Teaching.

Report

  • Ewing, R., Manuel, J., Brunker, N. (2006). Early career teacher/Teacher mentor stories.
  • Ewing, R., Smith, D., Anderson, M., Gibson, R., Manuel, J. (2004). Teachers as Learners. Australian Government Quality Teacher Program (AGQTP) Action Learning for School Teams. Project Evaluation Report. [More Information]

Other

  • Manuel, J., Sherlock, J., McPherson, D. (2013), Reconnecting with the excitement of English (Centre for Professional Learning course held 6 April 2013, Sydney).

2013

  • Manuel, J., Petrosky, T., Dymoke, S. (2013). Arts poetica and the 21st-century English/literacy classroom (Editorial). English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 12(1), 1-5.
  • Manuel, J. (2013). Fostering students' creativity and imagination: implementing the new English 7-10 Syllabus (Keynote Address). AIS English Teachers' Conference.
  • Manuel, J., Carter, D. (2013). HSC English exams unpacked (Symposium course). Erudio Education - English Symposium.
  • Manuel, J., Sherlock, J., McPherson, D. (2013), Reconnecting with the excitement of English (Centre for Professional Learning course held 6 April 2013, Sydney).
  • Manuel, J. (2013). Reimagining the 21st century reading classroom (Keynote Address). Tasmanian Association for the Teaching of English/ALEA State Conference, Launceston, Tasmania.

2012

  • Manuel, J. (2012). In praise of reading: a vignette of teenagers' reading lives. Metaphor, 2012 (3), 4-10.
  • Manuel, J. (2012). Practical strategies for engaging teenagers in reading. In Jacqueline Manuel and Sue Brindley (Eds.), Teenagers and Reading: Literary heritages, cultural contexts and contemporary reading practices, (pp. 272-284). Kent Town, S. Aust.: Wakefield Press.
  • Manuel, J. (2012). Reading lives: Teenagers' reading practices and preferences. In Jacqueline Manuel and Sue Brindley (Eds.), Teenagers and Reading: Literary heritages, cultural contexts and contemporary reading practices, (pp. 12-37). Kent Town, S. Aust.: Wakefield Press.
  • Manuel, J. (2012). Reconnecting with the story of teenagers' reading lives (guest speaker presentation). Australian Association for the Teaching of English (AATE) National Conference 2012.
  • Manuel, J. (2012). Teenagers and reading 1: Factors influencing reading (under)achievement. In Jacqueline Manuel and Sue Brindley (Eds.), Teenagers and Reading: Literary heritages, cultural contexts and contemporary reading practices, (pp. 229-254). Kent Town, S. Aust.: Wakefield Press.
  • Manuel, J. (2012). Teenagers and reading 2: Creating creative reading spaces. In Jacqueline Manuel and Sue Brindley (Eds.), Teenagers and Reading: Literary heritages, cultural contexts and contemporary reading practices, (pp. 255-271). Kent Town, S. Aust.: Wakefield Press.
  • Manuel, J. (2012). Teenagers and Reading: Factors that shape the quality of teenagers' reading lives. English in Australia, 47(2), 45-57.
  • Manuel, J. (2012). Teenagers and reading: literary heritages, cultural contexts and contemporary reading practices. In Jacqueline Manuel and Sue Brindley (Eds.), Teenagers and Reading: Literary heritages, cultural contexts and contemporary reading practices, (pp. 1-4). Kent Town, S. Aust.: Wakefield Press.
  • Manuel, J., Brindley, S. (2012). Teenagers and Reading: Literary heritages, cultural contexts and contemporary reading practices. Kent Town, S. Aust.: Wakefield Press.
  • Manuel, J., Broughton, M. (2012). What we know about teenagers and reading: A survey of research findings. In Jacqueline Manuel and Sue Brindley (Eds.), Teenagers and Reading: Literary heritages, cultural contexts and contemporary reading practices, (pp. 82-110). Kent Town, S. Aust.: Wakefield Press.

2009

  • Manuel, J., Brock, P., Sawyer, W., Carter, D. (2009). "What is within becomes what is around": Imagination, innovation, creativity. In Jacqueline Manuel, Paul Brock, Don Carter, Wayne Sawyer (Eds.), Imagination Innovation Creativity: Re-Visioning English in Education, (pp. 7-12). Australia: Phoenix Education.
  • Manuel, J., Brock, P., Carter, D., Sawyer, W. (2009). Imagination Innovation Creativity: Re-Visioning English in Education. Australia: Phoenix Education.
  • Manuel, J. (2009). Talking and Listening for Learning in English. In W. Sawyer, S. Gannon and M. Howie (Eds.), Charged with Meaning: Re-viewing English, (pp. 185-196). Putney, NSW: Phoenix Education.
  • Manuel, J. (2009). The Best Moments: Adolescents' Reading Practices and Preferences. In Jacqueline Manuel, Paul Brock, Don Carter, Wayne Sawyer (Eds.), Imagination Innovation Creativity: Re-Visioning English in Education, (pp. 99-122). Australia: Phoenix Education.
  • Manuel, J., Carter, D. (2009). The English Teacher's Handbook A to Z. Australia: Phoenix Education.

2008

  • Manuel, J., Anderson, M. (2008). Assessing Drama in English: A Framework for Practice. In Anderson M, Hughes J, Manuel J (Eds.), Drama and English teaching: Imagination, action and engagement, (pp. 213-223). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Anderson, M., Hughes, J., Manuel, J. (2008). Drama and English teaching: Imagination, action and engagement. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Manuel, J., Hughes, J., Anderson, M., Arnold, R. (2008). Drama and English teaching: Imagination, action and engagement. In Anderson M, Hughes J, Manuel J (Eds.), Drama and English teaching: Imagination, action and engagement, (pp. 1-12). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Manuel, J. (2008). Invigorating the teaching of fiction through drama. In Anderson M, Hughes J, Manuel J (Eds.), Drama and English teaching: Imagination, action and engagement, (pp. 32-49). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

2007

  • Broughton, M., Manuel, J. (2007). What do Australian boys think about reading? Literacy Learning: The Middle Years, 15(1), 9-16.

2006

  • Manuel, J., Hughes, J. (2006). 'It has always been my dream': exploring pre-service teachers' motivations for choosing to teach. Teacher Development, 10(1), 5-24.
  • Ewing, R., Manuel, J., Brunker, N. (2006). Early career teacher/Teacher mentor stories.

2005

  • Manuel, J., Hughes, J. (2005). Balancing great expectations: Exploring the ways in which university teacher education programs address the needs and aspirations of prospective teachers. Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia Annual Conference - HERDSA 2005, Sydney: Institute for Teaching and Learning.
  • Ewing, R., Manuel, J. (2005). Retaining quality early career teachers in the profession: new teacher narratives. Change: Transformations in Education, 8(1), 1-16.
  • Ewing, R., Manuel, J. (2005). Retaining quality teachers in the profession. 12th International Study Association on Teachers & Teaching 2005. International Study Association on Teachers and Teaching.
  • Manuel, J., Brindley, S. (2005). The call to teach: Identifying pre-service teachers motivations, expectations and key experiences during initial teacher education in Australia and the United Kingdom. English in Australia, 144, 38-49.

2004

  • Manuel, J. (2004). Connecting Voices: Effective Engagement And Pedagogy In Oral English. In Sawyer, W. & Gold, E. (Eds.), Reviewing English in the 21st Century, (pp. 73-85). Melbourne: Phoenix Education.
  • Ewing, R., Smith, D., Anderson, M., Gibson, R., Manuel, J. (2004). Teachers as Learners. Australian Government Quality Teacher Program (AGQTP) Action Learning for School Teams. Project Evaluation Report. [More Information]

2003

  • Manuel, J., Brock, P. (2003). "W(h)ither the place of literature?" Two momentous reforms in the NSW senior secondary English curriculum. English in Australia, 136, 15-26.
  • Manuel, J. (2003). 'Such are the ambitions of youth': exploring issues of retention and attrition of early career teachers in New South Wales. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 31(2), 139-151.
  • Manuel, J., Robinson, D. (2003). Teenage boys, teenage girls and books: Re-viewing come assumptions about gender and adolescents' reading practices. English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 2(2), 66-77.

2002

  • Manuel, J. (2002). 'A teacher of excellence': experiences of beginning teachers. Education Links, , 32-36.
  • Manuel, J. (2002). Making its debut: What teachers think of the new High School Certificate English Syllabus in New South Wales. English in Australia, (134), 67-77.
  • Manuel, J., Robinson, D. (2002). What are teenagers reading? The findings of a survey of teenagers' reading choices and the implications of these for English teachers' classroom practice. English in Australia, (135), 68-78.

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