Items with Tag: Joanna Tai

Don’t miss CRADLE at these education conferences this year

The conference season is ramping up for 2024 and an extraordinary number of the CRADLE family have been successful in having their abstracts accepted. We are especially pleased to see our doctoral students and CRADLE Fellows sharing their research. Catch up on our latest research by joining us at the conferences in person or online.

Imelda Gozali tells us about her fruitful CRADLE visit

CRADLE was pleased to host Imelda Gozali as part of her academic visitation to Melbourne in May 2024. It was wonderful to welcome her as part of CRADLE’s increasing global collaborative academic network and we look forward to continuing to work with Imelda in the future. In this post Imelda reflects on her motivation to visit and on her time with us.

Food, ruins and keynotes: CRADLE team reflect on international visits

Recently three CRADLE members were invited to visit various international institutions: Dr Joanna Tai to Quality and Qualifications Ireland in Dublin, Professor Phillip Dawson to the Education University of Hong Kong, and Professor Margaret Bearman to the University of Hong Kong. Hear about their experiences and what they learned.

Join us to find out about evaluative judgement, AI, and authentic assessment

Coming soon: CRADLE Seminar Series 2024 Seminar #4. In this seminar CRADLE's Professor Margaret Bearman and Dr Joanna Tai will discuss AI, evaluative judgement, and authentic assessment. Join us in person or online on Wednesday 29 May at 2pm.

Join us to find out how to collaborate with CRADLE

There are several opportunities for researching with CRADLE and we are holding an event aimed at Deakin staff who are interested in collaborating on research in assessment and/or digital learning. Join us on Wednesday 10 April at 2pm to find out more.

How to find a PhD supervisor

How do you find a PhD supervisor? CRADLE's Joanna Tai has some personal reflections and tips to help.

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