Victoria is the Secondary Course coordinator and a Senior Lecturer at Tabor. She lectures primarily in the fields of Curriculum, Pedagogy and English. An important part of her coordinator role is to support Secondary students as they journey through their studies. Victoria is involved in research that explores the links between teacher identity, pedagogy and curriculum with a view to identifying innovative and engaging practice. She is passionate about equitable teaching – all students deserve interesting and effective learning opportunities and environments.
Ben, F., Price, T., Morrison, C., Warren, V., Gollan, W., Dunbar, R., Davies, F. & Sorrell, M. (2016). Overall student satisfaction at Tabor School of Education: an examination of key factors based on the AUSSE SEQ. In Proceedings of ICEPSS 2016: 18th International Conference on Education, Policy and Social Sciences. Osaka, Japan, 10-11 October 2016.
Warren, V. (2012). Engaging young adult males with literature: a sustainable approach. In proceedings of ATEA, 2012 National Conference.
Head of Undergraduate
Secondary Course Coordinator
Currently completing Professional Doctorate: Early career English Literature teachers (Senior Secondary)
Interested in literature and film, and spending time with her family
Master of Education (Research)
Postgraduate Certificate of Education (Secondary)
Bachelor of Arts (Honours)