Producing Pedagogy

Producing Pedagogy


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ISBN-13: 9781443845922
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Publication date: 04/01/2013
Pages: 205
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Professor Lorelle Burton is Associate Dean (Learning and Teaching) in the Faculty of Sciences at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ). A registered psychologist, Lorelle has received local and national teaching excellence awards. She has authored market-leading first year Australian psychology textbooks and heads national research projects on factors that impact on student learning, currently leading USQ collaborations to promote community capacity building and well-being. Associate Professor Jill Lawrence is Associate Dean (Learning and Teaching) in the Faculty of Arts at USQ. Jills research investigates learning and teaching in higher education. She was awarded the inaugural national Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) citation with Eleanor Kiernan and an individual Australian Carrick Award for Teaching Excellence in 2007. Dr. Ann Dashwood is a Senior Lecturer in Applied Linguistics and TESOL in the Faculty of Education at USQ. Accepted into the USQ Teaching Academy for teaching enhancement of TESOL in higher education contexts, she supervises doctoral candidates in the Applied Linguistics discipline and contributes as a teacher-researcher to the Languages and Cultures Network for Australian Universities (LCNAU). Dr. Alice Brown is an educator with 25 years experience in early childhood, primary and tertiary settings. She is recognised by her peers for innovative practice, leadership and teaching excellence through learning and teaching awards and fellowships in the USQ Teaching Academy. Alice was a finalist in Lecturer of the Year 2009.

Table of Contents

List of Figures vii

List of Tables viii

Foreword ix

Preface xii

Acknowledgements xv

Chapter 1 The Journey: An Institutional Pedagogy in the Making Ann Dashwood Jill Lawrence Lorelle Burton Alice Brown 1

Chapter 2 Reviewing Five Key Principles of Pedagogy Lorelle Burton Jill Lawrence Ann Dashwood Alice Brown 17

Chapter 3 Principles to Practice: Students' Learning Experiences Lorelle Burton Alice Brown Ann Dashwood Jill Lawrence 37

Chapter 4 Delving Deeper: Exploring Students' Learning Experiences of the Five Principles of Pedagogy Jill Lawrence Ann Dashwood Alice Brown Lorelle Burton 54

Chapter 5 Embracing the Richness of Student Context in Pedagogy Alice Brown Ann Dashwood Jill Lawrence Lorelle Burton 74

Chapter 6 Exploring the Five Key Principles: Staff Perspectives Ann Dashwood Jill Lawrence Alice Brown Lorelle Burton 93

Chapter 7 Learning from the SALT Fellowship Phase Jill Lawrence Ann Dashwood Alice Brown Lorelle Burton 117

Chapter 8 Unravelling the Meaning of Sustainability and Flexibility for a Pedagogy Ann Dashwood Alice Brown Jill Lawrence Lorelle Burton 139

Chapter 9 Anticipating a Responsive, Relevant and Agile Institutional Pedagogy Jill Lawrence Ann Dashwood Lorelle Burton Alice Brown 156

About the Authors 187

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