“If you have knowledge, let others light their candles in it.” ~ Margaret Fuller
Loren is currently a doctoral candidate at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and is a student member of their Centre for Inclusive Education. She is working on the research project and thesis writing associated with her doctoral degree.
In addition, Loren has contributed to the authorship of the following publications:
Inclusive School Reform: Reflection, Action Planning, and Monitoring of Impact
Loren authored this practical tool as part of the Inclusive School Practices Toolkit produced by the Inclusive School Communities Project that was facilitated by JFA Purple Orange in South Australia.
Inclusive Curriculum Provision: Ensuring Equitable Access and Progress in Age-Equivalent Curriculum
Loren authored this practical tool as part of the Inclusive School Practices Toolkit produced by the Inclusive School Communities Project that was facilitated by JFA Purple Orange in South Australia
Dreaming Big, Standing Strong – Queensland Stories of Inclusive Education
Loren provided interview responses to a section of the text titled Inclusive Education: None of us can remain neutral (pg. 69). The entire text can be accessed here: https://cru.org.au/families-for-inclusive-education/resources/vision/cru-dreaming-big-standing-strong-interactive/
Inclusive Education for the 21st Century – Theory, Policy and Practice
Loren is the co-author of Chapter 9: Making adjustments to curriculum, pedagogy and assessment
The Fight for the Human Right to Inclusive Education: Conceptualisation of Inclusion, Implementation Challenges and the Journey from Theory to Practice
Loren co-authored this article in the international journal Rizoma Freireano.
The article can be accessed here.
In addition to publications, Loren presents at inclusive education webinars and conferences around Australia. Information regarding her appearances can be found here.