BA, Political Science, University of
Auckland, New Zealand (1976)
BEd, Massey University, New Zealand (1979)
Diploma, Second Language Teaching, Massey
University, New Zealand (1989)
MEd, Comparative Education (1st Class Hons),
University of Melbourne, Australia (1992)
PhD, Comparative Education, University of
Melbourne, Australia (1995) Thesis title: The
International Baccalaureate in Australia and Canada: 1980-1993
Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Education,
University of Sydney, Australia (1994 - present)
International Baccalaureate Teacher (History,
Politics), St. Leonard's College, Melbourne, Australia (1986-1991). Extra
responsibilities: Year 10 Coordinator, Extensions Coordinator, Overseas Student
Coordinator/Teacher (History, Sociology)/Head Physical Education, International
School of Paris, France (1985-1986)
Teacher (English, Social Studies, Physical
Education), Westlake Boys High School, Auckland, New Zealand (1982-1984)
Head Physical Education, International School
of London, United Kingdom (1981-1982)
Teacher (Social Studies and Physical
Education), Penrose High School, Auckland, New Zealand (1978-1980)
Affiliations (associations, organizations, institutions)
Australia New Zealand Comparative
International Education Society, Secretary/Treasurer (1994-2000)
World Congress of Comparative and
International Education, Joint Chairperson of the Managing Committee of the 9th
World Congress of Comparative and International Education, Sydney, Australia
External Reviewer: Canadian Studies
Association International Grant Program, Department of Foreign Affairs and
International Trade (1999 - present)
Bagnall, N. F. (2008). International schools as agents for
change. New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
Bagnall, N. F. (2007). Globalisation. In R.
Connell, et. al. (Eds.), Education
Change and Society (pp.
280-297). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
Bagnall, N. F. (2005) Youth Transition in
France. Education and Society 23(2), 29-42.
Bagnall, N. F. (2005). Teacher Cultural
Reflection and Cultural Action Learning: Researching a Cultural Dimension in
Teacher Education. SEE-Revista
Europeia de Etnografia da Educacao, 4, 101-116.
Bagnall, N. F. (Ed.). (2005). Youth Transition in a
Globalised Marketplace. New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
Bagnall, N. F. (2005). The International
Baccalaureate in Australia and New Zealand. Change. Transformation I Education, 8(1),
Bagnall, N.F. & Horsley, M. (2003).
Cultural Learning in Teacher Education. SEE-Revista
Europeia de Etnografia da Educacao, 3, 57-70.
Bagnall, N. F. (2003). The role of language
in Australian schools in the Twenty First Century. World Studies in Education4(1),
Bagnall, N. F. (2000). The Balance Between
Vocational Secondary and General Secondary Schooling in France and Australia. Comparative Education, 36 (4), 459-475.
Shinn, C., Welch, A. R. & Bagnall, N. F.
(1999). Comparing international student policy in the United States and
Australia. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 23, 81-99.
Bagnall, N. F. (1997) The International
Baccalaureate in Canada, 1980-1993. In K. Burridge, L. Foster & G. Turcotte
Towards a Second Century of Partnership (pp.
233-246). Carlton: The International Council for Canadian Studies, Carlton
Bagnall, N. F. (1997). The International
Baccalaureate in Australia. Melbourne
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Contributed By: Elizabeth Cassity, University of Sydney, Australia