Items with category:CRADLE Fellows

Read a review of Seminar #7 – Authentic Assessment

In this post CRADLE Fellowship holder Dr Tim Chambers reviews our latest seminar presentation ‘Authentic assessment in undergraduate science: A critical realist perspective’. This seminar was presented by Associate Professor Mags Blackie and Dr Robyn Yucel.

Meet the new CRADLE Fellows

We are pleased to announce three new CRADLE Fellows, Associate Professor Kerrie Bridson, Dr Tim Chambers and Dr Danielle Hitch. Read all about them and their research.

CRADLE Fellowship Appointment: Congratulations to Dr Ros Black

Dr Ros Black, a Senior Lecturer in Education (Humanities, Societies and Environments) at Deakin's School of Education, has been awarded CRADLE’s second Fellowship for 2022. Welcome Ros!

CRADLE Fellowship Appointment: Congratulations to Dr Jemma Skeat

CRADLE is pleased to announce Dr Jemma Skeat as a recipient of a CRADLE Fellowship. In this post we hear from Jemma as she outlines her project ‘Co-designing effective feedback: working with students and academics as collaborators to purposefully design feedback from clinical assessment’.

A new CRADLE Honorary Fellow appointed: Dr Juuso Nieminen

CRADLE is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Juuso Henrik Nieminen, University of Hong Kong, as an Honorary Fellow. Currently, Dr Nieminen works as Assistant Professor at the Academic Unit of Social Contexts and Policies of Education (SCAPE), University of Hong Kong. Dr Nieminen’s research focuses on student experiences of assessment and feedback, student formation and inclusive assessment. In this blog post, Dr Nieminen briefly introduces his previous collaborations with the CRADLE team, and sheds light on future directions.

Open Textbooks expert panel ignites online discussion – CRADLE Seminar Series 5 Oct 2021: Review by Dr Sarah Lambert

Following a highly interactive expert panel session ‘Open Textbooks in Australia: updated, localised, inclusive’, CRADLE...

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