DEC Scan Journal : Volume 33 Issue 2
2014 Volume 33, Issue 2 19 Contents Editorial Currents Teaching & learning Research Curriculum support Share this Resource reviews Innovative teaching and learning: From research to practice. Innovative teaching and learning: from research to practice. Part one Outsidethebox©iStockphoto.com/j_eitzen Authors: Dr Kylie Shaw, Dr Kathryn Holmes, Greg Preston, Max Smith and Emeritus Professor Sid Bourke Dr Kylie Shaw is lead author of the qualitative report for ITL Research Australia. She has developed an international reputation for presenting and consulting on innovative approaches to teaching and learning and 21C learning design. Kylie is the Program Convenor of Primary Education at The University of Newcastle. Dr Kathryn Holmes is the Deputy Head of School for Research in the School of Education at the University of Newcastle. Her research is focused in the areas of educational technology, mathematics education and school reform. Greg Preston is a Lecturer in eLearning and ICT at the University of Newcastle. He has a strong reputation for teaching and research in the area of online learning and the use of the Internet in educational settings. Max Smith’s research interests include pedagogy and assessment in schools; start-to-life; longitudinal study designs; and, data linkage in education and public health. He has been professor in Education at the University of Newcastle for the past three years. Emeritus Professor Sid Bourke has a research background in innovative teaching and learning with a focus on mathematics education. He also has a strong interest in assessment from early childhood education through to postgraduate studies and most recently the assessment of PhD theses. This research project (2011-2013) was funded by NSW DEC and Microsoft Australia.
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