Program Manager and Lecturer - Early Childhood Education
Anamika has more than 10 years of teaching and industry experiences in early childhood education. She has experience to teach students from various cohort (undergraduate, postgraduate, diploma and cert III). She is very knowledgeable in ACECQA accreditation, as she has experiences to teach ECE students from University and RTO. Anamika completed her Ph.D. from the Faculty of Education, Monash University, Australia. Her doctoral dissertation was grounded by the cultural-historical theoretical lens, considering both preschool and home contexts in Australia to understand positioning, involvement, and the types of roles of parents and teachers in children’s imaginative play. Her research and teaching interests are primarily focused on play and pedagogy in diverse cultural contexts, theories in early childhood development, adults’ support in children’s learning and development in different settings, intentional teaching, STEM, literacy and cultural-historical perspective on play. She is the member of of Early Childhood Australia (ECA). Currently she is the program manager and Lecturer of Graduate Diploma of Early Childhood (GD204).
- Program manager, course coordinator and lecturer in GD204.
- Supporting our WIL team and making liaise with early childhood services to support students.
- Active researcher in Early Childhood Education.
- Involved with various organisations for volunteering activities.
- PhD in Early Childhood Education from Monash University, Australia
- Master of Early Childhood Development (Achieved 1st class 1st), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
- Bachelor of Early Childhood Development (Achieved 1st class 1st), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
- TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, TAFE North Queensland, Australia
- Diploma of Children’s Services - Early Childhood Education and Care (Achieved Best Student Award), VICSEG New Future, VIC, Australia
- Certificate III in Children’s Services - Early Childhood Education and Care, VICSEG New Future, VIC, Australia
- 3 years work experience in Early childhood services.
- 2 years work experiences in RTO.
- Hassan, J.,Devi, A.,Ray, B. (2022). Virtual Laboratories in Tertiary Education: Case Study Analysis by Learning Theories In: Education Sciences, 12, 1 - 15
- Devi, A.,Fleer, M.,Li, L. (2021). Preschool teachers’ pedagogical positioning in relation to children’s imaginative play In: Early Child Development and Care, 191, 2471 - 2483
- Devi, A.,Makris, C.,James, M. (2020). Using Digital Video Technology Supports the Researcher to Be a Play Participant in Children’s Play In: Video Journal of Education and Pedagogy, 4, 111 - 139
- Devi, A. (2020). Understanding play participants’ perspectives in play-based learning: a cultural-historical analysis in a home context In: Pedagogies, 17, 1 - 23
- Devi, A.,Fleer, M.,Li, L. (2019). Transition Between Child-initiated Imaginative Play and Teacher-initiated Activity: An Analysis of Children’s Motives and Teachers’ Pedagogical Demands in a Preschool Context In: Children's Transitions in Everyday Life and Institutions, Bloomsbury Academic, Sydney, Australia
- Devi, A.,Fleer, M.,Li, L. (2018). ‘We set up a small world’: preschool teachers’ involvement in children’s imaginative play In: International Journal of Early Years Education, 26, 295 - 311
- Devi, A.,Fleer, M.,Li, L. (2016). Mother–child collective play at home context: An analysis from a cultural–historical theoretical perspective In: Proceedings of the Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE 2016), Melbourne, Australia, 27 November - 1 December 2016
- Irvine, S.,Davidson, C.,Veresov, N.,Adams, M.,Devi, A. (2015). Lenses and Lessons: Using three different research perspectives in early childhood education research In: Cultural-Historical Psychology, 11, 75 - 85
- Ray, B.,Devi, A. (2015). Academic Debate on Using Social Networking Media: Teachers’ and Students’ Perceptions from Two Tertiary Institutions In: International Journal of Smart Grid and Clean Energy, 1, 168 - 173
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