1992 …2024

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Garry Falloon is an Honorary Professor of Education in the Macquarie School of Education. He is currently Research Professor of Education at Federation University Australia. Previously he was Professor of Digital Learning in the Faculty of Education at Waikato University in Hamilton, New Zealand. His background includes 18 years teaching and leadership of primary and secondary schools in New Zealand, Education Foundation Manager at Telecom New Zealand (Spark), working for Microsoft Partners in Learning and as project lead for the New Zealand Government’s Digital Opportunities Projects. Garry has served on numerous advisory and writing panels for eLearning policy and curriculum development, industry and sector advisory boards, and the N.Z Prime Minister's Panel of Experts for Digital Learning.


Garry’s research interests include mLearning, digitally-supported learning in primary and middle schools, online and blended learning, curriculum design, pedagogy and assessment in innovative learning environments, learning in primary science and technology, and educational research methods. Presently he is CI for the ARC Discovery Project: Coding Animated Narratives as Contemporary Multimodal Authorship in Schools, and has recently served as NSW lead for the Federal Government’s Principals as STEM Leaders (PASL) project.


Please make contact if seeking HDR supervision to see if I have capacity. My email address is: g.falloon@federation.edu.au

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Full details of research grants, publications and related activities can be found here. A full CV can be found here. GoogleScholar research profile can be found here.


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