Mr Saul Karnovsky
B.A. (Hons) Grad. Dip. Ed.
|Faculty||Faculty of Humanities|
|School||School of Education|
Saul Karnovsky is an experienced pre-service teacher educator and early career researcher, specialising in the fields of pedagogy, curriculum & instruction and professional practice. He is a Doctoral candidate at Curtin University’s School of Education, currently developing a thesis which explores pre-service teacher emotions in learning to teach. In his research Saul draws upon post-structural theory to examine how emotions emerge within the modern neo-liberal contexts of schooling from the historical, social and political processes in which they are enacted. He embraces an alternative ontological space, seeking to deeply engage with new ideas and different theoretical perspectives of education.
I unit coordinate the following units:
EDSC5020 Teaching in the Secondary School (OUA)
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- Teacher Education and Professional Development of Educators
- Emotions in teaching
- Pre-Service teacher development
- Post-structural theory
- New Materialism
Journal Articles (Research)
- Aly, A., E. Taylor, and S. Karnovsky. 2014.“Moral disengagement and building resilience to violent extremism: An education intervention.”Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 37: 369-385.
Conference Articles (Research)
- Karnovsky, S., and C. Flodin. 2014.“The Curtin Coaches: Benefits of an outreach tutoring program for first year pre-service teachers.” In The International First Year Higher Education Conference, Jul 6, 2014, Darwin NT: FYHE.
Additional publication categories
Journal Articles (Scholarly/Professional)
- Taylor, E., P. Taylor, S. Karnovsky, A. Aly, and N. Taylor. 2016.““Beyond Bali”: a transformative education approach for developing community resilience to violent extremism.”Asia Pacific Journal of Education. In press.
Gobby, B. & Karnovsky, S. 2015. "Are pre-service teachers' emotions silenced?" Australian Teacher Magazine Vol. 11 (3) 34. Also found at EducationHQ Australia.Back to top