In October, Dr Kate Thomson (University of Sydney) arrived at CRADLE for a four-week stay. Her visit included her CRADLE Seminar Series presentation exploring informal interaction and professional learning, attending a number of CRADLE events, and many research conversations with the CRADLE team. Following her return to Sydney, Kate reflected on her stay at CRADLE […]
Members of the OLT-funded Feedback for Learning project, including CRADLE’s Prof. David Boud, A/Prof. Phillip Dawson, and Paige Mahoney, have recently authored a new paper in Higher Education Research and Development, ‘Conditions that enable effective feedback’. And 50 free eprints are available below!
The media tends to have quite an interest in CRADLE’s work on cheating (I wish they would be equally keen on my feedback research!) and our latest publication in the area is no exception.
CRADLE was delighted to host a panel discussion featuring an all-star cast of international higher education researchers as part of its 2019 International Symposium – and a recording is now available!
CRADLE’s A/Prof. Margaret Bearman and I recently facilitated a workshop on Collaborative Autoethnography (CAE) with Deakin staff from the Faculty of Arts and Education, the Faculty of Business and Law, and staff from Deakin Learning Futures (DLF) and CRADLE from the Portfolio of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Education.
A sold-out audience at Deakin Downtown and many more online joined us for our fascinating final CRADLE seminar of 2019. We heard from the University of Sydney’s Dr Kate Thomson as she discussed the influence of informal conversations on academics’ professional learning in higher education. And if you weren’t able to make the seminar on […]
We’re excited to announce that applications for two new PhD scholarships with CRADLE are now open. If you’re interested in assessment and digital learning, come and study with us at CRADLE! Applications are now open and close Thursday 28 November.*
Congratulations to CRADLE Director Prof. David Boud, who has this month been named the world’s leading higher education researcher and formally invested with the title of Alfred Deakin Professor in a ceremony at Deakin University’s Waterfront campus.
Join CRADLE for an interactive panel about student feedback literacy, the current research landscape, and future horizons.
A full house at Deakin Downtown and many more online joined us to hear CQUniversity’s Dr Joanne Dargusch discuss how to translate research on diverse students’ assessment experiences into practical action, the latest presentation in our 2019 CRADLE Seminar Series. Here, CRADLE PhD candidate Sarah Lambert shares her key takeaways from Joanne’s seminar – and […]