Items with Tag: Joanna Tai

A second KIPRIME Fellow from CRADLE!

Joanna Tai tells us about her selection for the prestigious KIPRIME fellowship. Joanna is CRADLE's second KIPRIME Fellow and found the development activity an excellent opportunity.

Read a review of our Masterclass in Inclusive Assessment

In this post, Dr Shane McIver, CRADLE Fellowship Holder and Inclusive Education Lecturer reviews our Masterclass in Inclusive Assessment. This CRADLE and DLF collaborative event was presented by Juanita Custance, Associate Professor Alexander Mussap, and Dr Mollie Dollinger. It was co-hosted by Dr Joanna Tai and Dr Shane McIver. The Masterclass explored assessment design ideas and inspiration to integrate inclusive education into students’ learning experience.

Fantastic grant success: Inclusive WIL for future health professionals

We are pleased to share that members of the CRADLE team have been successful in winning an Australian Collaborative Education Network (ACEN) 2023 Research Grant!

Read our latest publication: the feedback literacy behaviour scale

Feedback can be one of the most powerful pedagogies we have in education, but its effects are dependent on what students do. In 2019, we set out to develop an instrument to study exactly that: the Feedback Literacy Behaviour Scale (FLBS). Well, it's finally published and you can read it here.

Re-Imagining Exams: how do assessment adjustments impact on inclusion?– CRADLE Seminar Series #2: Review by Dr Juuso Nieminen

In this informative review, Dr Juuso Nieminen reflects on Dr Joanna Tai’s seminar of 15 March 2022. Juuso details important messages arising from Joanna’s work on assessment adjustments and inclusion, and the need for more inclusive assessment practices and the significance of co-creation of assessment design. Juuso is an Assistant Professor at the University of Hong Kong and his research interests include student-centred assessment design, feedback literacy and assessment for inclusion.

CRADLE Seminar Series: Re-Imagining Exams: how do assessment adjustments impact on inclusion? – 15 March 2022 – Join Us!

Please join us for our second seminar of 2022 by Dr Joanna Tai on exams, assessment adjustments and inclusion.

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