ACEN webinar Research Snapshots

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Research projects undertaken through ACEN grant scheme were showcased at this webinar. Through this interactive and informative event, participants had the opportunity to share approaches and challenges related to their own contexts.

Facilitator: Judith Smith


Topic 1: From Practitioner to Student Educator: WIL Supervisor Capacity Building Module

Presenter: Franziska Trede

Franziska Trede is Associate Professor in Higher Education at Charles Sturt University where she leads research and scholarship in professional education and workplace learning. Her research focuses on professional practice, learner agency and relational practices in WIL. She has developed innovative online capacity building teaching tools using arts-based approaches.

Franziska Trede

Topic 2: Development of an online work integrated learning (WIL) survey tool to measure, evaluate and enhance the quality of students’ WIL experiences.

Presenters: Cassandra Saunders and Annette Marlow

Cassandra Saunders‘ primary role is the coordination of University surveys, data collection and analysis and reports related to teaching and curriculum quality. Cassandra’s role also incorporates leadership of interventions and initiatives in response to triggers for review from survey data and provision of support for University of Tasmania staff and course teams related to access and interpretation of data related to teaching and curriculum. Cassandra also co-coordinates ELT502 Enhancing Professional Practice in University Learning and Teaching, a core unit in the Graduate Certificate in University Learning and Teaching.

Annette Marlow is Director of Professional Experience within the Faculty of Health, University of Tasmania. Her role focuses on the provision of quality professional experience placements for undergraduate students within health disciplines. Annette is particularly interested in learning and teaching in health care settings and in particular the provision of support, guidance and mentorship to those staff who undertake the role of supervising students in practice.