This page provides links to a number of voluntary activities in which I have a continuing role after my retirement on 30 June 2003 from Curtin University of Technology, Faculty of Education, Language Studies and Social Work. These include:
On a more personal note, Clare McBeath: Octogenarian
- IIER - Issues in Educational Research, Editor, 2001-2011. Publisher, 2012-.
- TLF - Teaching and Learning Forum, Publications preparation and Committee member, 2005-2017
- WAIER - Western Australian Institute for Educational Research, Committee member.
- ASCILITE Conferences    
- Publications preparation and Committee member, ATEA 2006 and HERDSA 2006
- Case studies in TAFE curriculum
- Curriculum Decision Making in TAFE
Macbeth (Gaelic: Macbheatha, meaning son of life) was badly treated by Shakespeare and by the chronicler Holingshed. Both were writing from an English perspective, several centuries later, and their interpretation was distorted by their belief in hereditary title. Macbeth was the elected High King of Scotland (Alba) under old Celtic law (tanistry), and ruled peacefully and justly from 1040 to 1057 AD. He was the last true Celtic King of Scotland and was actually a good king.