Annaline Flint

MEd, PGDipED, BA, HDE

Biography

Annaline Flint is a lecturer in the Faculty of Education at The University of Auckland. She holds a Master of Education degree. Her research interests include conceptions of values education; teacher expectations, teacher efficacy and teacher goal orientation; and beginning teacher induction and mentoring.

She has been a researcher/lecturer for the Auckland Primary/intermediate Induction and Mentoring Pilot Programme. She is currently involved in the project: Raising teacher expectations, changing beliefs and enhancing student achievement: An intervention study.

Previous professional experience

  • 13 years teaching Std 4 & 5 (Years 6 & 7) in South Africa. Syndicate leader; Curriculum leader: Maths and Science
  • 7 years teaching Years 4, 5 & 6 at Sunnybrae Normal. Curriculum leader: Science and Maori. Leader: Environmental Education
  • Lecturer: Professional Inquiry; Social Studies; School of Teaching, Learning and Development (TLD), University of Auckland

 

University Committees served on
  • Faculty Equity Committee
  • Faculty Staff-student Consultative Committee
  • TLD Leadership Committee
  • TLD Teaching Learning Committee
  • TLD Research Committee
  • TLD Identity Project
  • TLD Work –Life Balance Committee

Research | Current

  • Values education
  • Teacher expectations, teacher efficacy and teacher goal orientation
  • Higher order thinking questioning
  • Beginning teacher induction and mentoring

Research Projects:

  • 2011- 2014: Senior Researcher in the Marsden project: Raising teacher expectations, changing beliefs and enhancing student achievement: An intervention study - project website
  • 2009 -2011: Researcher/lecturer in the New Zealand Teacher’s Council’s Auckland Primary/intermediate Induction and Mentoring Pilot Programme
  • 2008-2009: Researcher in a research project with Dr Christine Rubie- Davies: Teacher expectations and teacher efficacy

Teaching | Current

  • Reflective, quality teaching and learning
  • Educational Psychology
  • Theory to practice
  • Assessment
  • Professional practice
  • Beginning Teacher induction and mentoring

Programmes:

  • BEd (Teaching)
  • GradDipTchg (Primary)
  • BEd (Teaching) - Teachers’ Specialisation
  • PGDipEd

Committees/Professional groups/Services

Professional Roles and Affiliations

  • Executive committee member of the Auckland Social Studies Association
  • AUS member
  • NZTC: Researcher/Lecturer on New Zealand Teachers Council’s Auckland Primary Schools Induction and Mentoring Pilot

Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)

Contact details

Primary location

H - BLOCK. EPSOM - Bldg 6EH
Level 5, Room 513
EPSOM CAMPUS, 74 EPSOM AVE
EPSOM
AUCKLAND 1023
New Zealand

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