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Greg Auhl has a lengthy background in Science and Inclusive Education in NSW Secondary Schools, having taught and coordinated extensively in both areas. Greg currently teaches in Inclusive Education at Charles Sturt University, although has maintained a keen interest in the developing National Curriculum in science. Greg is a regular presenter of professional development activities for teachers, particularly in facilitating inclusion for students with disabilities in mainstream settings.
Greg's research interests include self-organising systems, teacher professionalism, the degree to which inclusive education is implemented in the classroom, perspectives on inclusive education as a social justice issue and Indigenous education issues.
Greg has diverse research interests in particular centred on both preservice and practicing teachers developing their capacity for meeting the needs of diverse learners in mainstream settings. Much of this research focuses on using complexity theory and self organising systems theory to inform the design of courses and subjects in tertiary settings.
Greg’s further research interests lie in working with the Charles Sturt University School of Teacher Education PRAC (Programming, Relationships and Communication) team to enhance the skills base of undergraduate teachers
- 2008 Building a guide for course development communities employing a theory, research and practice of course design. Charles Sturt University Faculty of Education Innovation in Learning and Teaching Grant. Auhl, G., Bain, A., Lancaster, J., McDonagh, S. and Zundans, L.
- 2007 Indigenous languages in Diocesan schools. Project funded by Bathurst Catholic Education Office.
Inclusive learning and teaching for undergraduate primary and secondary courses
Collaboration and Teamwork as well as the Inclusive Education Project for postgraduate courses
Greg is a member of a number of professional organisations including:
- ATEA (Australian Teacher Education Association)
- AARE (Australian Association for Research in Education
- AASE (Australian Association of Special Education
As well, he maintains strong connections with both DEC and Catholic systemic schools in supporting inclusive learning and teaching for diverse learners