MS Nadine Crane

MS Nadine Crane




  • Nadine Crane is a lecturer at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education whose primary role is within the Master of Teaching (Primary) as the coordinator of Clinical Practice. Prior to joining the MGSE, Nadine worked extensively with schools as a consultant in the areas of integrated curriculum and inquiry based learning, with a specific focus on the inclusion of student voice in the curriculum. During her time lecturing in the Master of Teaching, Nadine has worked across the core subjects in pedagogy and assessment, and undertaken the role of a Clinical Specialist working to support Teacher Candidates in the development of their clinical teaching skills in the classroom. Nadine's PhD research is focussed on how primary schools sustain the pedagogical practice of negotiating the curriculum with students.   


Education and training

  • MPhil, University of Melbourne 2016
  • PGradCertEdSt, University of Melbourne 2004
  • BEd (Hons), University of Melbourne 2000

Awards and honors

  • William and Kate Herschell Scholarship, The University of Melbourne, 2018
  • Henry James William Scholarship, The University of Melbourne, 2018
  • Australian Post-Graduate Award, The University of Melbourne, 2005
  • Most Outstanding Graduating Student, ACHPER, 2000
  • Fredrick John Gladman Prize, The University of Melboure, 2000