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Dr Gregory Hine
BEd (UNDA), MEd (NDUS), MEdLead (NDUS), PhD (UNDA)
Phone: 9433 0152
Gregory Hine's teaching career spans 14 years. He has taught in Australia and the United States predominantly in the areas of mathematics, science, and religious education, to middle and high school students. For seven years Greg taught at Seton Catholic College, Samson. He also held the pastoral position of House Coordinator at Seton for five years. Additionally, Greg has worked as an academic consultant for Academic Associates (Perth) and Pearson Education (Melbourne). He has recently written and published two revision texts for the WACE 3A/3B Mathematics course, and perennially marks WACE examination papers in Mathematics for the School Curriculum and Standards Authority. Greg is currently co-authoring a series of textbooks for senior, secondary Mathematics students in Australia.
Greg holds a Bachelor of Education from The University of Notre Dame Australia. He completed both of his Master of Education degrees at The University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana. Since 2009, Greg has worked as a sessional lecturer at The University of Notre Dame Australia. In 2011 he completed his doctoral studies at Notre Dame's Fremantle Campus, and was appointed to a full-time academic faculty position in the School of Education. Greg’s doctoral research investigated student leadership in school-based programs, with particular attention being given to exploring how one secondary school developed leadership potential in adolescents. His research has impacted on the development of leadership programs in primary and secondary schools within Australia. Greg is currently working with several schools to develop their student leadership programs, as well as providing first-hand leadership training to cohorts of Year 12 students.
Greg lectures in general pedagogy, middle school and secondary mathematics, and action research methodology. His areas of scholarly interest are student leadership, leadership development, mathematics pedagogy, and applied action research.
Greg’s publications are available to view at http://nd-au.academia.edu/GregoryHine