Program

 

Program is subject to change

Monday 4 July 2016

9:00 - 10:30

Workshop
PCW02

Workshop
PCW03

Workshop
PCW04

Workshop
PCW06

Workshop
PCW07

Workshop
PCW08

Workshop
PCW09

 
Room

Notre Dame 11 (School of Law) – Room 101

Notre Dame 21
(St John of God Hall) – Room 102

Notre Dame 21
(St John of God Hall) – Room 103

Notre Dame 21
(St John of God Hall) – Room 104

Notre Dame 21
(St John of God Hall) – Room 106

Notre Dame 21
(St John of God Hall) – Room 107

Notre Dame 21
(St John of God Hall) - Room 101

 
 

TATAL: Talking about Teaching and Learning

Building your academic identity and career strategy

Writing for publication under the ‘Big Tent’: a writing-focused workshop for scholars new to teaching and learning

Developing an Assurance of Learning wish list

Professional development for new academic developers

Enhancing threshold capability development with intensive and other modes of teaching

Professional Competency Based Assessment (PCBA) not meaningless marks: achieving professional practice through assessment

 
10:30 - 10:45

Morning Tea

10:45 -  12:00

Workshop
PCW02

Workshop
PCW03

Workshop
PCW04

Workshop
PCW06

Workshop
PCW07

Workshop
PCW08

Workshop
PCW09

 

TATAL: Talking about Teaching and Learning (continued)

Building your academic identity and career strategy

Writing for publication under the ‘Big Tent’: a writing-focused workshop for scholars new to teaching and learning

Developing an Assurance of Learning wish list

Professional development for new academic developers

Enhancing threshold capability development with intensive and other modes of teaching

Professional Competency Based Assessment (PCBA) not meaningless marks: achieving
professional practice through assessment

 

 
12:00 -  13:00

Lunch (provided)

Lunch (not provided)

 
Room

Notre Dame 11 (School of Law) – Room 101

Notre Dame 21
(St John of God Hall) – Room 102

Notre Dame 21
(St John of God Hall) – Room 103

Notre Dame 21
(St John of God Hall) – Room 104

Notre Dame 21
(St John of God Hall) – Room 106

Notre Dame 21
(St John of God Hall) – Room 107

Notre Dame 21
(St John of God Hall) - Room 101

 
13:00 - 14:30

Workshop
PCW02

Workshop
PCW10

Workshop
PCW11

Workshop
PCW13

Workshop
PCW14

Workshop
PCW15

Workshop
PCW16

 

TATAL: Talking about Teaching and Learning (continued)

Being a successful academic author

Reading and Selecting the higher education literature: How do I know what to read and include in a teaching and learning manuscript?

Embedding evaluation and research into curriculum design and delivery

Professional development for academic leaders

Local/Global learning: curriculum and pedagogical frameworks to develop global perspectives

Design thinking

 
14:30 - 14:45

Afternoon Tea

14:45 - 16:00

Workshop
PCW02

Workshop
PCW10

Workshop
PCW11

Workshop
PCW13

Workshop
PCW14

Workshop
PCW15

Workshop
PCW16

 

TATAL: Talking about Teaching and Learning (continued)

Being a successful academic author

Reading and Selecting the higher education literature: How do I know what to read and include in a teaching and learning manuscript?

Embedding evaluation and research into curriculum design and delivery

Professional development for academic leaders

Local/Global learning: curriculum and pedagogical frameworks to develop global perspectives

Design thinking

 
16:00 - 16:30

Break

 

Please join us at the Esplanade Hotel Fremantle – by Rydges for the Opening of the HERDSA 2016 Conference

16:30 - 17:00

Welcome to HERDSA 2016
Room:
Sirius/Pleiades

 
17:00 – 18:00

Panel Session
Indigenous Education
Jordin Godula, Marion Kickett, Aaron Matthews
Chair: Melissa Davis
Room: Sirius/Pleiades

 
18:00 - 19:00

Welcome Reception
Proudly Sponsored by



Room: Southern Cross Lobby

 

 
19:00

Dinner with Friends

 

 

Tuesday 5 July 2016

8:00 – 8:45

“New to HERDSA” breakfast (by invitation)
Proudly Sponsored by



Room: Orion

9:00 - 10:15

Keynote Address
Professor Alastair Summerlee
 Higher Education: the wheel is spinning but is the hamster alive?
Proudly Sponsored by



Room: Sirius/Pleiades


10:15 - 10:45

Morning Tea
Proudly Sponsored by the National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education


Room: Southern Cross Lobby

Session

1A

1B

1C

1D

1E

1F

1G

1H

Chair

Romy Lawson

Melissa Davis

Sue Bolt

Rebecca Sealey

Ainslie Robinson

Abigail Lewis

Pat Halloran

 

Room

Orion

Pleiades

Sirius

Prince Regent

Carnac

Garden

Rottnest

Notre Dame 21
(St John of God Hall) - Room 101

10:45 – 12:45

Opportunity through online learning: improving student access, participation and success in online undergraduate studies
Cathy Stone

 

Visualising academic integrity:  the shape of academic integrity policy and practice at three Australian universities
Ruth Walker
Judith Gullifer
Robyn Yucei
Julianne East

Let's revisit a tertiary sector
Alison Anlezark

Curriculum development: beyond knowledge and competencies
Desireé Scholtz

 

The intersections of family and study for mature-aged distance students starting university
Ella R. Kahu

Advocate, strategist or dogsbody: the Associate Dean (Student's) role in shaping and managing students' expectations in consumer focused higher education
Jill Lawrence
Lyn Brodie

The Digital Divide and Higher Education
Kerry Russo
Lynne Eagle
Nicholas Emtage
David Low

Leading professional learning conversations
Kylie Readman
Jennifer Rowe

 

 

An act of reason, not 'faith': effective scholarships for equity students
Nadine Zacharias,
Juliana Ryan

 

The non-alignment of academic staff responses to student plagiarism with academic integrity policy and procedures in Australian public universities: issues and recommendations for institutions of higher education
Carmela De Maio
Kathryn Dixon
Shelley Yeo

Shaping solutions to the tensions associated with teaching and learning practice and academic scholarship within private, non-university higher education contexts
Michelle Muchatuta
Helen Batey

A Stitch In Time: designing curricula framework for quality teaching and learning across multiple deliveries by multiple teachers.
Bronwyn Clarke
Terry Johal
Natalie Araujo

Student and staff perceptions on first-year postgraduate experiences
Shelley Kinash
Linda Crane
Sally Kift
Gary Hamlin
Madelaine-Marie Judd
Ashley Stark
Helen Partridge
Bill Eckersley
Sarah Richardson
Harry Rolf


Creating maximum impact: Engaging students through a social enterprise Elizabeth Levin

 

Teaching transmedia to millennials: a critical reflection on the embedding of transmedia skills in the communications curriculum
Bridget Tombleson
Katharina Wolf
Lydia Gallant
Catherine Archer Renae Desai

Bridging the Gap for Students from Refugee Backgrounds: LEAP - University Preparedness (LEAP - UP)
Ruth Tregale
Sonal Singh

Policy into practice: using practice theory to implement an English Language Policy
Alisa Percy
Leonie Watson
Catriona Taylor

Rethinking university-community engagement: The role of community organisations  in educating students
Valentine Mukuria

Interactivity and student learning: connecting in and out of class experiences in first year undergraduate courses
Beverley Webster
Catherine Peck
Le Thi Viet Ha
Do Quoc Tuan


Reimagining Support Models for Students from Refugee Backgrounds Understandings, Spaces and Empowerment Georgina Ramsay
Sally Baker
Lauren Miles
Evonne Irwin


Students as partners - a way to re-shape higher education pedagogy or neoliberal seduction?
Amani Bell
Tai Peseta


Bridging Academic and Practice: UNI-X Gary Pan Tan Gan Hup
Grace Koh

(Re) claiming social capital for students from refugee backgrounds: lessons from  OLT research
Evonne Irwin
Sally Baker
Ruth Tregrale
Sonal Singh
Jaya Dantas
Shelley Gower

 

The Learning Co-op: a showcase of cooperative leadership to provide a coherent model of student academic support
Rebecca Goodway
Fiona Macdonald
Alisa Percy
Sally Rogan
Melissa Stephen
Heather Thomas

 

Contested concepts of 'partnership' in international student exchange programs
Debra Miles
Peter Jones
Narayan Gopalkrishnan
Abraham Francis
Nonie Harris
Elise Howard
Julie King
Ines Zuchowski
Piyachat Dhephasadin
George Puthantharayil

Developing student capabilities in becoming sophisticated consumers and  producers of information
Christine Oughtred
Chris Rawson

The shape of things to come: Peer-to-peer videos promoting safety and wellbeing at the University of Sydney
Rebecca Johinke

Students as Partners' in Higher Education: An insurmountable challenge or an opportunity for transformation?
Lucy Mercer-Mapstone
Kelly Matthews
Caroline Rueckert
Sally Varnham
Lisa Thomas


 

The Hidden costs in using YouTube
Peter Kandlbinder

HERDSA Fellowships Information Session

12:45 – 13:45

Lunch
Room: Atrium Garden Restaurant

Session

2A

2B

2C

2D

2E

2F

2G

2H

Chair

Monika Zimyani

Sue Bolt

Trish McCluskey

Judy Skene

Rebecca Sealey

Abigail Lewis

Barbara Kensington-Miller

 
Room Orion Pleiades Sirius Prince Regent Carnac Garden Rottnest ND21  Room 102
13:45 - 15:15

Large class pedagogy: a cross-cultural review
James Arvanitakis,
David Hornsby

 

Institutional Collaboration through National Project Funding
Adam C. Morgan


Participating in the 'campus tour' without leaving your desk - the development of a virtual learning resource to ensure equivalence of access for mobility  restricted and Cloud students
Trish McCluskey
Darci Taylor

 

Transitions in higher education: from research to supporting teaching practice
Kathryn Harden-Thew
Bonnie Amelia Dean

Shaping academic staff development through a Scholarship of Teaching and  Learning programme at a teaching-intensive university
S.L. Hassan


Impact of Assessment Practice on Student Performance - An Institutional Wide Study
Romy Lawson
Simon Bedford

Making the Invisible Visible: Illuminating undergraduate learning outcomes  beyond content and skills
Barbara Kensington-Miller
Alys Longley
Andrea Mead
Sean Sturm
Alison Cleland
Amanda Gilbert
Bernadette Knewstubb

 

Better judgement: Improving assessors’ management
of factors affecting their judgement

Lisa Schmidt
Ranjna Kapoor

 

 

 

The effectiveness of implementing active teaching strategies in a large, mixed cohort, anatomy and physiology class
Pam Megaw
Monika Zimanyi
Nick Emtage
Kathryn Meldrum

Communities of Practice as a Mediator for Institutional Change
Melanie Brown
Catherine Peck


Collaborating around UDL: from policy to practice
Mary Dracup
Petra Brown
Juliana Ryan
Corinna Ridley
Christine Oughtred


A whole of institution pathway program: challenges and promises of collaborative  curriculum design
Kate Sheppard
Angela Hill

Bringing credibility to teaching and learning research
Jennie Billot
Susan Rowland
Brent Carnell,
Cheryl Amundsen
Tamela Evan



Designing assessment to activate student led learning engagement for early professional skills development
Gesa Ruge
Coralie McCormack


Five invisible undergraduate learning attributes
Barbara Kensington-Miller
Alys Longley
Andrea Mead,
Sean Sturm
Alison Cleland
Amanda Gilbert
Bernadette Knewstubb

The lecture: have reports of its death been greatly exaggerated?
Amanda Gilbert

 

What motivates academics to contribute knowledge in teaching-focused communities of practice?
Tracy, X.P. Zou

Effecting epistemological access using a multimodal approach
Theodore Rodrigues

Supporting success: the Fairway pathway into, through and out of higher education
Judy Skene
Umneea Khan



The HERDSA SOTL modules three ways: by yourself, with your students, with your colleagues
Lee Partridge
Deb Clarke
Lesley Petersen


Designing assessment to enhance consistency and competency in clinical,  professional and employment skills
Darci Taylor
James Bainbridge


Strategies for promoting student engagement with graduate capabilities
Trina Jorre De St Jorre

15:15 -  15:45

Afternoon Tea
Room: Southern Cross Lobby

 

Session

3A

3B

3C

3D

3E

3F

3G

3H

Chair

Shelda Debowski

Georgina Fyfe

Lee Partridge

Wendy Green

Ainslie Robinson

Beatrice Tucker

Melissa Davis

 

Room Orion Pleiades Sirius Prince Regent Carnac Garden Rottnest ND21  Room 103
15:45 - 17:15

Changing the way the University manages eLearning tools and platforms: a case study.
Lisa Smith
Janette Burke

Facilitating transitions to self-directed learning - embedding learning skills development in a first year content unit
Natalie Warburton
Simone Volet



The reality of being a researcher in a New Zealand university
Jennie Billot
Gail Pacheco
Andrew Codling

 

An interactive approach to preparing final year veterinary students for work-integrated learning
Wendy Green
Eva King
Daniel Schull
Merrill Turpin

vMarks: on-the-go video feedback for assessment in large courses
Jack T.H. Wang
Rachel Chen
Peter Worthy


How to create effective collaborations between Academics and Educational Development Professionals
Leopold Bayerlein
Naomi McGrath

 

Emulating 'Real World' practices in assessing professional and clinical skills:  Why are we asking students to write when real professionals demonstrate?
Saba Ansari
Trish McCluskey


Using origami to demonstrate effectiveness of the peer, self, tutor feedback cycle
Ranjna Kapoor
Mary Jane O’Callaghan
Kristoffer McKee
Rohan Karpe

 

 

 

 

Student engagement in university decision-making and governance: How does Australia compare internationally? Katrina Waite

A longitudinal study of students undertaking a mathematics major: Changes in attitudes, learning behaviours and achievement
Susan Rachel Worsley
Michael Bulmer
Merrilyn Goos
Barbara Maenhaut



Mind the Gaps: A Method for Mapping Researcher Development Opportunities across  an Institution
Anaise Irvine
Jennie Billot


Embedded Work Integrated Learning is an effective model of teaching and learning which enhances employability skills: a case study from a degree program
Ben Piggott
Maria Doolan
Paul Rycroft


Tutees' perceptions of tutorials at a University of Technology in South Africa
S.L. Hassan



Interaction and Diversity in the Australian Law Classroom
Mark Israel
Natalie Skead
Mary Heath
Anne Hewitt
Kate Galloway
Alex Steel



Changing the Shape of AoL for Higher Education; initiative reveals disconnect between educators' and students' expectations of the performance level of the performance level of assessments
Ieva Stupans
Rose Nash
Leanne Chalmers
Natalie Brown

 

Tipping Point: Exploring the Implications of a Precarious Early Career Academic Workforce
Alysia Blackham
Shelda Debowski


 

 

Students' experiences of threshold capability development with intensive mode  teaching
Firoz Alam
Caroline Baillie
Sally Male
Phil Hancock
Jeremy Leggoe
Cara MacNish
Stuart Crispin
Dev Ranmuthugala

 

Shaping access and equity in the doctoral curriculum: questions, observations  and provocations 
Tai Peseta
Simon Barrie
Barbara Grant
Lucia Thesen
Mark Barrow
Frances Kelly
Jeff Jawitz
Lisa Lucas
Sheila Trahar

Enhancing the professional benefits of international experience: An  evidence-based programme for internationally mobile students
Jan Gothard
Wendy Green
Jessica Gallagher
Eva King
Trish Andrews
Doug Colbeck



Exploring the factors influencing teaching staff facilitation of student self-regulated learning
Ashley M. Aitken
Rohini Balapumi
Brian R. von Konsky
David A. McMeekin


Collegiality in Action: developing teacher capacity to effectively flip the classroom in higher education
Catherine Snelling
Sophie Karanicolas
Tracey Winning



Exploring the way students use rubrics in the context of criterion referenced assessment
Elizabeth Knight
Emma Colvin
Ruth Bacchus
Leonora Ritter


17:30 - 19:00

Poster Session
Proudly Sponsored by


Room:
Southern Cross Foyer

19:00

Dinner with Friends

 
19:00

HERDSA Fellows Dinner (by invitation)

 

 

Wednesday 6 July 2016

7:30 - 8:45

TATAL Workshop
(for Registered TATALers from Pre-Conference Workshop)
Room: Orion

8:15 - 8:45

HERDSA Special Interest Groups (SIG)
Information Session
Room:
Prince Regent

9:00 - 10:00

Keynote Address
Sally Clark
Creating opportunities for regional and remote students: personalising learning through the use of technology
Proudly Sponsored by



Room: Sirius/Pleiades


10:00 - 10:30

Morning Tea
Proudly Sponsored by



Room: Southern Cross Lobby

Session

4A

4B

4C

4D

4E

4F

4G

 

Chair

Deanne Gannaway

Abigail Lewis

Georgina Fyfe

Melissa Davis

Beatrice Tucker

Pat Halloran

Deb Clarke

 
Room Orion Pleiades Sirius Prince Regent Carnac Garden Rottnest  
10:30 - 12:30

ACEN Workshop:
Capacity building for industry partners: designing resources to support industry engagement in WIL

Sonia Ferns
Denise Jackson
Leoni Russell

 

Empowering Aboriginal Aspirations in Australian University Structures and Systems
Leanne Holt
Robert Morgan


Reimagining a science undergraduate education to prepare graduates of the future
Rowan Brookes
Susie Ho
Erin Watson-Lynn
Cristina Varsavsky


Optimising the student experience: building student agency, learning communities and understanding of assessment
Jackie Eagers
Colleen Kaesehagen
Michelle Lasen
Nicole Brown
Marianne Bonassi
Rebecca Sealey


A new twist in peer-interaction approaches for academic development
Eva Heinrich


An evaluation and analysis of universities’ Teaching and Learning websites
Ann Luzeckyj


Makerspaces and the remaking of higher education
Marcus O'Donnell


 

 

 

Exploring an Indigenous Graduate Attribute Project Through a Critical Race Theory Lens
Susan Page
Michelle Trudgett
Gawaian Bodkin-Andrews

Enhancing courses to meet the needs of learners where they are and where they want to be.
Trish McCluskey


Developing productive dispositions towards assessment in first-year business students
Michelle Lasen
Janelle Rose


A technology solution for providing professional learning support in peer review
Sara Booth


Teacher presence: Developing self in online, blended and distance learning settings through a professional development programme
Sarah Stein

Partnering with university libraries in the adoption of Open Education Resources (OER)
Peter Kandlbinder


WIL-ing the BA: Implementing workplace learning opportunities in the Bachelor of Arts
Deanne Gannaway
Karen Sheppard

 

Using the Threshold Concepts Framework to explore student learning in Indigenous Studies
Susan Page


The space between design and delivery in large-scale undergraduate research
Susan Rowland

Transforming practice: Designing rubrics for cumulative and integrative assessment of disciplinary learning and development of students' language  communication
Alisa Percy
Honglin Chen
Emily Purser


Peer review of learning designs for strategic compliance and professional development: Benefits and challenges for the university and reviewers
Jo McKenzie
Peter Kandlbinder
Nicola Parker


Team-based curriculum design in creating online continuing professional development for academic teaching
Lisa Thomas
Kathryn Harden-Thew
Janine Delahunty
Bonnie Dean


From Bricks to Clicks: A design framework to assist in refashioning paper-based learning resources for the online environment
Deb Clarke


Work integrated Learning (WIL) in generalist degrees: At what cost? And what should it look like?
Karen Sheppard
Deanne Gannaway

Pedagogical challenges and opportunities: Health educators’ perspectives on teaching Indigenous health to international students
Lachlan Doughney
Shaun Ewen
Sophie Arkoudis
Clare Delany

Making by Doing: Testing curriculum design by getting our hands dirty
Zak Waipara
Nick Konings

Facilitating student learning by design: providing feedback that can be actioned
Beverley Webster
Melanie Brown
Le Thi Viet Ha
Do Quoc Tuan


Surveys unite to provide current status of Assurance of Learning in Higher Education
Romy Lawson
Anne-Marie Williams
Rosie Nash
Jo-Anne Kelder Margarietha Scheepers
Tracy Taylor

 

Participatory professional development: designing a mobile website that links  student feedback with best practice teaching resources
Kate Thomson
Jen Scott
Martin Tomitsch


 

No-cost textbooks: developing low-barrier courses for Australian Higher Education
Helen Partridge
Adrian Stagg


 

12:30 - 14:00

Lunch
Room: Atrium Garden Restaurant

12:45 – 13:45

HERDSA AGM
Room: Orion

Session

5A

5B

5C

5D

5E

5F

5G

 

Chair

Sonia Ferns

Lee Partridge

Rebecca Sealey

Romy Lawson

Melissa Davis

Ainslie Robinson

Abigail Lewis

 

Room Orion Pleiades Sirius Prince Regent Carnac Garden Rottnest  
14:00 - 15:30

Graduate and employer perspectives on employability
Judie Kay
Owen E Hughes
Avril Hogan
Briana Brownell

 

Enhancing Student's Graduate Attributes through a General Education Service Leadership Course
Kevin KM Yue
HQ Zhang
Feng Tu
Theresa Kwong
Hoi Chun Cheung


Encouraging good teaching as professional development: the learning & teaching  certificate
Lisa Cary
Mike Bryant

 

Maximising the teaching and learning opportunities for higher education students at risk - a learning analytics case study in Science.
Simon. B. Bedford
Jennifer Heath

Distributive leadership across the academy: Seduction and disenchantme
Moira Cordiner


Malaysian first year university students' understanding of plagiarism
Manjet Kaur
Mehar Singh
Malini Ganapathy

Midwifery students' perspectives of an interprofessional simulation day of  Family and Domestic Violence with Social Work students
Lesley Kuliukas
Kirsty Oehlers
Jacinta Berlingeri

 

 

 

 

Building the capacity of industry and community partners to enhance student employability outcomes
Sonia Ferns
Leoni Russell
Judie Kay
Judith Smith

Service Learning for Whole Person Education in Traditional Chinese Medicine
HQ Zhang
Kevin KM Yue
Feng Tu
Chun Hoi Cheung
Lan O
Theresa FN Kwong


Pipe dream or reality? Rewarding and recognizing teaching in Australian higher education
Denise Chalmers


Modelling the Impact of Supplemental Instruction on Student Grades, Pass Rates and Retention: A Three Year Analysis
Peter Allen
Raphael Pereira
Ross Marriott

Teaching Advantage: Preparing the Future Leaders of the Academy
Dominique Greer
Abby Cathcart
Larry Neale


Analysing tertiary English major students' learning practices with information and communication technology (ICT) utilization in promoting Higher-Order Thinking Skills (HOTs)
Malini Ganapathy
Manjet Kaur Mehar Singh
Sarjit Kaur Gurdial Singh


Developing Professional Identity through Simulated Learning Experiences in  Capstone Courses
Tracy, X.P. Zou
Ben, Y.B. Chan


A new model of alumni engagement: Facilitating graduate success and supporting employability
Jessica Vanderlelie

 

 

Engaging preservice teachers' notions of agency and citizenship through service learning
Peta Salter
Kelsey Halbert

Teaching excellence - what counts?
Jan Smith

The Implementation of an Academic Excellence Society as a Targeted Retention Strategy
Natalie Oostergo



School placements: a model for work integrated learning in the science curriculum
Cristina Varsavsky
David Overton
Deborah Corrigan

 


Quality assessment through the professional staff lens: Breaking down the binary divide in higher education
Darci Taylor


Enhancing work readiness and developing professional identity through personalised, standards-based digital portfolios
Susan Blackley
Rachel Sheffield
Dawn Bennett

 

15:30 - 16:00

Afternoon Tea
Room: Southern Cross Lobby

 

Session

6A

6B

6C

6D

6E

6F

6G

Chair

Abigail Lewis

Sue Bolt

Melissa Davis

Lee Partridge

Jo McKenzie

Sara Hammer

Ainslie Robinson

Room Orion Pleiades Sirius Prince Regent Carnac Garden Rottnest
16:00 - 17:30

ALTF Panel: Why we haven’t finished with employability
Dawn Bennett
Trevor Cullen
Jessica Vanderllie
Joe Shapter

 


 

HERDSA Fellowship: Demonstrating the criteria in a digital portfolio
Susan Bolt
Rachel Sheffield
Lisa Tee



Should learners collaborate with teachers to develop assessment marking criteria?
Rohan Karpe
Ranjna Kapoor

Education: A Human Right or a Privilege?
Paulene Naidoo
Zwakele Ngubane

Much work - little impact: The systematic misalignment of learning outcomes in undergraduate accounting programmes with professional expectations
Leopold Bayerlein
Mel Timpson


Evaluation of longitudinal impact from a university teacher preparation program
Cassandra Hood
Don Houston

Assessing and developing English language proficiency: ap pilot project at Curtin University Sydney
Glenn M. Anderson
Sarah Timbs

Using mindmapping and whiteboards to improve learner satisfaction and engagement with learning
Sharon Delmege
Pia Lebeck

Teaching excellence: recognising the many as well as the few
Elizabeth A Beckmann



Attribution, referencing and commencing HE students as novice academic writers:  Giving them more time to 'get it'
John Hamilton


Force Feeding or Free Choice? Applying free choice learning in the university context
Miriam Sullivan
Ann Grand


Collaborative, Tripartite
Alliance: Leveraging student
capability to produce
industry-ready solutions

Ross Yates
Mark Loader



Implications of Incompetent Coping Strategy on Managing Competency Gap among Academic Leaders
Vahideh Abaeian
Yen Mee Leow
Nurlida Ismail
Ong Pooi Fong
Abu Bakar Ibrahim
Faizah Mohamad



Embedding academic literacy: Cooperation, collaboration and team teaching in three content courses
Wu Siew Mei
Peggie Chan

On-line quizzes and games: Is the outcome student engagement, enlightenment or entertainment
Alma Dender
John Taplin
Julianne Crowley
Rekha Koul
Hannah Crabb
Hugh Soord

 

 

Challenging the purpose of higher education:  how well do universities prepare graduates for employability?Joy Higgs

 

Recognising and rewarding teaching: Australian teaching criteria and standards and expert peer review
Denise Chalmers

Should first year assessment focus on mastery in flexible timeframes?
Eva Heinrich

 

Let's play: an active interpretation of academic integrity and avoiding  plagiarism
Tania Honey


From content knowledge to transferable skills: challenges for disciplinary education in light of the development of graduate employability
attributes

Anita Dewi
Noriaki Sato


All shapes and sizes: engaging academics in reframing practice
Kathy Egea
Neela Griffiths
Jo McKenzie


Tracing the shape of argumentative essay teaching in higher education:  conceptions and approaches promoted in Australian essay-writing guides
Sara Hammer


Stickiness':  a new measure of students' attention to online learning activities
Ainslie Robinson
David Cook


19:00 - 23:00

Conference Dinner
Esplanade Hotel Fremantle - by Rydges
Room: Sirius/Pleiades

 

Thursday 7 July 2016

Session

7A

7B

7C

7D

7E

7F

 

 

 

 

Chair

Sonia Ferns

Pat Halloran

Melissa Davis

Lee Partridge

Abigail Lewis

Sue Bolt

Room Orion Pleiades Sirius Prince Regent Carnac Garden
9:00 - 10:30

Engaging the higher education community, industry and government through benchmarking international student employability
Sara Booth

 

Together We Are Better: leading a collaborative multifaceted team to co-create  enhanced learning experiences for students
Trish McCluskey


A blended learning model for first year science student engagement with  mathematics and statistics
Iwona Czaplinski
Samuel Clifford
Ruth Luscombe
Brett Fyfield


Patient focused case based learning - mixed method analysis in clinical science  learning
Nathan Puckeridge
Bobby Harreveld
Brian Maguire
Joanne Dargusch


I do and I understand': The importance of placements for the self-perceived  work readiness of health sciences students
Sean Sturm
Giriraj Singh Shekhawat
Nicola North
Dennis Hsu


Professional development, employability, and social media training in higher education
Karen Sutherland
Susie S. Ho


The power of play: preparing international higher education students for practicum
Dawn Joseph
Elizabeth Rouse

Authenticity in the undergraduate teaching laboratory - analysis of the  literature and surprises from our students
Susan Rowland
Rhianna Pedwell
Joseph Lovie-Toon
Yu Hung

Towards development of a blended learning model: embedding clinical medical physics education and training
Iwona Czaplinski
Andrew Fielding
Brett Fyfield


Becoming critical and analytical: Learning in a postgraduate Accounting course
Helen Benzie
Elvia Shauki



Improving pre-service teachers' work readiness by challenging their developing professional identities
Susan Blackley
Rachel Sheffield
Dawn Bennett


An overview of tertiary journalism capstone units and the need for agreed principles and standards
Trevor Cullen

Preparation, supervision and assessment for international fieldwork in health sciences: Gaining consensus using a Delphi process
Joanne Jordan
Sonia Ferns
Helen Flavell
BK Tan

Improving the delivery of anatomy and physiology to students of diverse backgrounds
Monika Zimanyi
Pam Megaw
Nick Emtage
Kathryn Meldrum


Engaging Masters of Social Work Students: Applying Blended Learning Approaches Coherently and Consistently
Jo Mensinga
Deb Miles
Ines Zuchowski

Debugging performance; Creative solutions to developing computer science  students' problem-solving skills
Paul Miller,
Meg Colasante
Xiaodong Li


Men and women as partners for change: moving from commitment to action in working for gender equality
Jennifer de Vries
Tim Muirhead

From anti-structure to structure: Comparing the traditional and contemporary experience of PhD writing
Kathryn Owler


10:30 - 11:00

Morning Tea

11:00 - 12:30

Panel
Shaping the Future of Higher Education
Hursh Dodhia-Shah, Steven Chapman, Michelle Hoad, Francis Norman, Lynne Roberts, Judy Skene
Chair: Allan Goody
Room: Sirius/Pleiades

12:30 - 13:00

Conference Close and Introduction to HERDSA 2017
Room: Sirius/Pleiades