DR Natasha Ziebell

DR Natasha Ziebell


  • Curriculum Alignment
  • Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment
  • Teacher Education



  • Dr Natasha Ziebell is a Lecturer at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education. Natasha has worked in initial teacher education programs focusing on Educational Research, Clinical Teaching, Educational Psychology, Primary Humanities, Mathematics, Integrated Curriculum and Global Education. Prior to this, Natasha worked as a teacher in Early Childhood Education and Primary Schools. Her research focuses on curriculum reform, curricular alignment and authorship, with a particular focus on the intended, enacted and assessed curriculum.   


Member of

  • History Teachers' Association of Victoria. Member 2017 - 2022
  • Emerging Researchers' Conference at the European Conference of Educational Research. Co-convener 2017 - 2020
  • Parliament of Victoria Education Advisory Panel. Member 2019
  • Geography Teachers' Association of Victoria. Member 2013 - 2016
  • American Educational Research Association. Member 2013 - 2015
  • Australian College of Educators. Member 2013 - 2015
  • Mathematics Education Research Group of Australiasia. Member 2013 - 2014


Selected publications


Additional Grant Information

  • Grant From Collaborative Learning to Collaborative Practice: Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning in Education and Speech Pathology. (Learning and Teaching Initiative) awarded by THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE 2018-2019    


Education and training

  • PhD, University of Melbourne 2015
  • MEd, University of Melbourne 2010
  • Grad Cert EdS, University of Melbourne 2007
  • BEd, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology 1997

Awards and honors

  • University of Melbourne, 2011



Available for supervision

  • Y

Supervision Statement

  • Dr Natasha Ziebell supervises postgraduate students undertaking research projects focusing on the areas: - Curriculum alignment and curriculum authorship - Analysing classroom video data - Critical thinking in science and mathematics - Classroom observations of positive teacher-student interactions - Regulatory behaviours displayed in children with autism when playing digital games - Embedded patient management simulation program for junior doctors - Primary mathematics specialisations conceptualisation and experience.