Dr Margaret Zeegers lectures in the School of Education at the University of Ballarat. She has considerable experience in lecturing in English language, literacy and literature in Australia and other countries in the Asia-pacific region

Latest weblog entries:
  • FarewellDr. Margaret Zeegers on 2011/02/22
  • my bookDr. Margaret Zeegers on 2011/01/29
  • Peace?Dr. Margaret Zeegers on 2010/12/20

Latest publications:
To Registrate and/or Deregistrate: Getting onto and off the Postgraduate Supervisor Register

This paper focuses on the registration of supervisors as a crucial element in constructs and practices of postgraduate studies in Australian universities. It examines two processes in a number of Australian universities postgraduate divisions' practices in compilation of postgraduate supervisor registers-how people get onto the register, and how people get off it.

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From Slogan to Pedagogy: Teacher Education and Reflection at the University of Ballarat

This paper examines the learning outcomes of a program of explicit instruction in reflective writing for First Year preservice teachers, at the University of Ballarat.

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Critical Pedagogy and Situated Practice: An Ethnographic Approach to Preservice Teacher Education

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China and Secondary School Textbooks: Surface and Deep Learning Approaches

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Living on the Planet of the Readers: Exploring Books Beyond the Boundaries of literacy

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A Fifth Role of the Reader: Children’s and Young Adult Literature as Humanities

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The Chronotope and Australian Children’s and Young Adult Books: Suggestive Possibilities for Teaching Children’s and Young Adult Literature

This paper explores engagement of Australian children’s and young adult books in primary and secondary schools in relation to Bakhtin’s (1981) posited chronotope

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Student Response to the IT Handicap: Confronting Taboos within IT Discourses through Undergraduate Revue

This paper investigates undergraduates' innovative reflection in their School Revue on their introduction as pre-service teachers to the discourses of Information Technologies

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The Name of the Game: From Supervisor to Mentor in Pre Service Teacher Professional Experience

This paper explores the possibilities presented in examining taken-for-granted aspects of pre-service teacher practicum practices, especially as to naming and positioning within teacher education

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Towards a Pedagogy of Group Work: Working the Rhetoric of Group Work in an Undergraduate Curriculum and Pedagogy Unit at the University of Ballarat

This paper explores the possibilities suggested by the rhetoric of the value of group work projects in undergraduate teacher education.

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