Dr Shane Lavery
BA, BLitt, BEd (Hons), MEd, MA (Theol Studies), EdD
Associate Professor, Coordinator of Post Graduate Studies

Email: Shane.Lavery@nd.edu.au
Phone: 9433 0173

Biography
Shane Lavery is the coordinator of postgraduate studies in the School of Education, The University of Notre Dame, Fremantle Campus. He teaches social justice, service-learning and ecological studies at undergraduate level. His postgraduate teaching areas are educational leadership, research methods in education and ecological studies. Shane is published in the fields of educational leadership, service-learning, student leadership and ecological education. He is a member of the editorial board of the eJournal of Catholic Education in Australasia.
Teaching Areas
Post Graduate: Educational Leadership, Religious Education, Ecological Education.
Undergraduate: Service-Learning, Ecological Education, Social Justice
Research Expertise and Supervision
Educational Leadership, Student Leadership, Service-Learning, Student Ministry, Ecological Education, Religious Education.

 

Research and engagement

Book Chapters
Lavery, D., (2013). Learning to lead through service: Key insights for effective leadership in schools. In M. Buchanan (Ed.). Leadership and religious schools. (pp. 145-163) New York: Bloomsbury.

Hackett, C., & Lavery, S. (2010). Formation of quality of pre-service teachers through leadership, service and pastoral care. In R. Toomey, T. Lovat, N. Clement, & K. Dally, (Eds.). Teacher education and values pedagogy. (pp. 96-107) Australia: David Barlow Publishing
Journal Articles and Proceedings
  • Lavery, S., Cain, G;, & Hampton, P. (2014). A service-learning immersion in a remote Aboriginal community: Enhancing pre-service teacher education. International Journal of Whole Schooling, 10(2). 39-54
  • Hine, G., & Lavery, S. (2014). Action research: Informing professional practice within schools. Issues in Educational Research, 24 (2), 162-173.
  • Lavery, S. D., & Hine, G. S. (2013). Catholic School Principals: Promoting Student Leadership. Journal of Catholic Education, 17 (1)
  • Lavery, S. D. (2012). The Catholic school principal: A transcendent leader?. Journal of Catholic School Studies, 84 (1), 36-42.
  • Lavery, S. D., & Hine, G. S. (2012). Principals: Catalysts for promoting student leadership. Principal Matters, Winter.
  • Chambers, D. J., & Lavery, S. (2012). Service-Learning: A Valuable Component of Pre-Service Teacher Education. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 37(4).
  • Hackett, C., & Lavery, S. D. (2012). Formation of pre-service teachers for religious education through experiential learning: The retreat leaders training program. Journal of Religious Education, 60 (2), 13-23.
  • Hackett, C., & Lavery, S. D. (2011). Student ministry: Youth 'step up' to lead and serve. Journal of Catholic School Studies, 83 (1), 54-62.
  • Lavery, S. D. (2011). Transactional, transformative and a servant!. Principal Matters, Spring, 28-31.
  • Lavery, S. D. (2011). Religious educators: Promoting an ecological balance. Religious Education Journal of Australia, 27 (2), 16-20.
  • Lavery, S. D. (2011). Teaching for the future: Framing an environmentally sustainable future through teacher education. EarthSong Journal, 2 (1), 26-28.
  • Hackett, C., & Lavery, S. D. (2010). ASPIRE: Formation of pre-service teachers through leadership, community engagement and retreat training. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 35 (1), 76-89.
  • Lavery, S. D. (2009). Religious educators: Promoting servant leadership. Religious Education Journal of Australia, 25 (1), 31-36.
  • Lavery, S. D. (2009). Service-learning: Promoting leadership in young people. Principal Matters, 80, 28-30.
  • Lavery, S. D., & Hackett, C. (2008). Christian service learning in Catholic schools. Journal of Religious Education, 56 (3), 18-24.
  • Lavery, S. D. (2008). Developing student leadership through service-learning. Journal of Catholic School Studies, 80 (2), 5-12.
  • Lavery, S. D. (2007). Christian service learning – does it make a difference?. Journal of Religious Education, 55 (1), 50-53.
  • Lavery, S. (2006). Student leaders: So many reasons to bother. Principal Matters, 69 Summer, 27-28.
  • Lavery, S., & Richards, J. (2006). Service-learning: More than just volunteering. Principal Matters, 66 Autumn, 17-18.
  • Lavery, S., & Hay, P. (2004). Promoting our interior life as teachers. Catholic School Studies, 77(1), 2-3.
Conference Papers
  • Hine, G., & Lavery, S. D. (2014). The importance of action research in teacher education programs : Three testimonies. Teaching and Learning Forum 2014: Transformative, Innovative and Engaging.
  • Hine, G., & Lavery, S. D. (2013). Student leadership in Catholic schools: A matter of service!. 6th International Conference on Catholic Educational Leadership.
  • Sayce, D., & Lavery, S. D. (2013). Beginning the school principalship in rural and remote Catholic Schools in Western Australia. 6th International Conference on Catholic Educational Leadership.
  • Sayce, D., & Lavery, S. D. (2010). Strategies for Hope and Sustainability, The Beginning Principal: needs and challenges. Fifth International Conference on Catholic Educational Leadership 2010.
  • Hackett, C., & Lavery, S. D. (2010). Student Ministry: Preparing Young People as Leaders for the 21st Century. Fifth International Conference on Catholic Educational Leadership 2010.
  • Lavery, S. D. (2007). Service-Learning – preparing students for leadership. Australian Association for Research in Education Conference.
Professional Affiliations
The eJournal of Catholic Education in Australia - An Editor
Religious Education Journal of Australia - Editorial Advisory Committee
The Australian Journal of Teacher Education - Reviewer
Community Engagement
Member of the Red Cross (Soup Patrol)
Presenter for CEOWA Accreditation Courses (Social Justice)
Professional Development with school staffs: service-learning, servant leadership, educational leadership, student leadership, environmental concerns, social justice.
Awards
Society for the Provision of Education in Rural Australia (SPERA) Rural Education Award (2017)
The Vice Chancellor’s Award for Initiatives that Enhance Student Learning (2016)
Australian Learning and Teaching Council Citation, (2009)
Dean's Teaching Award, (2007)