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Helen Grimmett is a Lecturer in the Faculty of Education at Monash University. Before commencing her academic career, Helen taught as both a generalist primary teacher and music specialist in a variety of suburban, rural, government and independent primary schools. She has also worked in the educational publishing industry, including writing, editing and consulting on a number of teacher resource books. Helen completed her PhD in 2012 and published "The Practice of Teachers' Professional Development: A cultural-historical approach" in 2014. Her recent research has been in creating innovative approaches to professional experience for preservice teachers through building partnerships with schools, and developing dialogical pedagogical practices for teacher education.

Monash teaching commitment

EDF 4251 Creative Arts education

EDF 4121 Teaching: The power to change

EDF 4033 Innovations in curriculum and pedagogy in schools

EDF 5019 Teacher as professional leader

Research area keywords

  • Cultural-historical theory
  • Professional Experience in Teacher Education
  • Interventionist methodologies
  • Teachers' professional development/learning
  • Creative pedagogies
  • Primary education
  • Arts education


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