Overview

Current Work

Director, Griffith Institute for Educational Research
Convenor, Area of Strategic Investment (Education) and Professor, School of Education and Professional Studies
 

News

Expertise Keywords

  • Education for sustainability
  • Education policy
  • Indigenous pedagogy
  • Leadership and institutional learning
  • Literacy pedagogy
  • Older workers
  • School leadership

Subject Area Codes

  • Continuing and Community Education
  • Educational Administration, Management and Leadership
  • Specialist Studies in Education

Country Affiliations

  • Australia
  • China

Research Publications and Outputs

Recent Publications

Publications: 72 (Other: 72)

Funded Griffith Research

Engagement and Impact

Learning and Teaching

Current and Past Courses

  • Research Methods in Education (7267EDN)
    Convenor, In Person, Gold Coast Campus, Semester 2, 2010.
  • Research Methods in Education (7267EBL)
    Convenor, Mixed Model, Mt. Gravatt Campus, Semester 2, 2010.
  • Research Methods in Education (7267EBL)
    Convenor, In Person, Mt. Gravatt Campus, Semester 2, 2010.
  • Research Methods in Education (7267EDN)
    Convenor, Mixed Model, Mt. Gravatt Campus, Semester 2, 2010.
  • Research Methods in Education (7267EDN)
    Convenor, In Person, Mt. Gravatt Campus, Semester 2, 2010.
  • Research Methods in Education (7267EDN)
    Convenor, Online, Mt. Gravatt Campus, Semester 2, 2010.
  • Research Methods in Education (7267EDN)
    Convenor, Online, Online, Semester 2, 2010.

Research by Higher Degree Supervision or Scholarship

Theses Supervised at Griffith

Background

Bio

Greer Johnson is a Professor in Education at Griffith University. She is Director of the Griffith Institute for Educational Research and Convenor for the Area of Strategic Investment (Education). Her research is focused primarily on leadership for learning. She is involved in Australian federal, state and territory governments working with principals in primary and secondary schools to improve children’s literacy outcomes, especially in disadvantaged circumstances. Recently she led completed Principals as Literacy Leaders with Indigenous Communities research and development project, in association with the Australian Primary Principals Association (APPA). Additionally, she has completed ARC Discovery projects on examining the issues associated with school-to-work/further study transitions for at-risk students and another international project on the learning needs of older workers.