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See how COVID-19 impacted learning and teaching

While the pandemic times of 2020 seems like an eon ago, research that the CRADLE team did on the emergency remote teaching response to the pandemic has only recently been finalised. See a summary of what we and our international partners found.

See CRADLE’s publications for 2023

The winter solstice has passed, summer is coming! Meanwhile, the team at CRADLE have been very busy since those heady warm January days. So far this year we have published an incredible 63 articles, books, book chapters or guides. Here are some highlights of our publications so far for 2023.

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.

Read a review of Seminar #6 – Perceptions of feedback literacy

Chad Gladovic, one of CRADLE's PhD students, reviews our most recent seminar held by Dr Ying Zhan (Jane), assistant professor at the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at The Education University of Hong Kong. In this seminar Dr Zhang presented her work about feedback and feedback literacy.

New CRADLE Honorary Appointments

We are pleased to announce two new honorary appointments to CRADLE. Dr Sarah Eaton has been appointed an Honorary Associate Professor and CRADLE graduate Dr Rebecca Awdry has been appointed an Honorary Fellow.

CRADLE Seminar Series #7 – Authentic Assessment

In our next seminar for 2023 visiting academic Associate Professor Mags Blackie of the Centre for Higher Education Research at Rhodes University, South Africa, and Deakin's Dr Robyn Yucel from Deakin Learning Futures will discuss authentic assessment in science. Join us on Wednesday 12 July at 2pm.

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