Laurence Tamatea

Registered to supervise postgraduate research

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Research interests

Laurence's teaching and research is at the intersection of computer programming, education and sociology.

He primarily works with  C# in the.Net framework.

He conceptualised the Bali Coding Project, and conceptualised and developed the Master of Digital Learning Futures course. 

He teaches coding to undergraduate initial teacher education students and runs the CodeandProgramm.com website.

He is currently writing up findings from implementation of a coding class for rural youth in Indonesia (Bali).

Laurence maintains a strong interest in responding to the often uncritical misrepresentation of liberal-humanism by so-called 'critical' theory.

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Research Output

  • 18 Article
  • 3 Conference Paper published in Proceedings
  • 2 Chapter
  • 1 Other report
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    Preliminary Findings: The Role of Non-Formal Education in Developing Rural Youth Empowerment

    Pramitasari, G. A. A. M. & Tamatea, L., Oct 2019, The Asian Conference on Education 2018: Official Conference Proceedings. The International Academic Forum (IAFOR), p. 309-318 10 p.

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    Droning the Pedagogy: Future Prospect of Teaching and Learning

    Sattar, F., Tamatea, L. & Nawaz, M., 2017, In : International Journal of Educational and Pedagogical Sciences . 11, 6, p. 1622-1627

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  • Thesis

    The discursive construction of freedom in the watchtower society

    Author: Chester, H., Oct 2018

    Supervisor: Tamatea, L. (Supervisor), Smith, S. E. (Supervisor) & Franklin, N. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - CDU

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