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Lincoln Gill is a Senior Lecturer in Technology and Applied Studies based within the School of Education on the Wagga campus. He is also the TAS Discipline Lead, providing advice, leadership, and support for this key learning area. Prior to coming to CSU he worked in retail, sales, and construction, and is a qualified carpenter and builder. Lincoln completed his B Ed (TAS) (IT major) in 2001, and worked in the field of educational design and academic development for close to 10 years. This work included a focus on curriculum design, pedagogy, professional learning, as well as support and leadership for the use of educational technologies. Completion of a Graduate Certificate in Multimedia and Online Learning, and a Master of Education (IT) extended knowledge in these areas. His doctoral research investigated teacher education students’ use of ICTs for teaching and learning while on professional experience placements.

Research Interests

The use of ICTs for learning and teaching is of great interest to Lincoln. Following on from research undertaken during his Masters, and further work supported by CSU Scholarship in Teaching funding, his PhD research employed cultural historical activity theory (CHAT) to investigate teacher education students’ use of ICTs for teaching and learning while on professional placement.


Teaching areas include:

  • Design and Technology project
  • Curriculum Studies: Technology
  • Timber and Metal Workshop: Pedagogy and Design

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The Institute of Technology Education (iTE)


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