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TASS Grant Recipients and Projects

2016



Project Curtin contacts Faculty
Looking back to see the way forward: Critical reflexivity in Indigenous and Cross Cultural Psychology Dr Emily Castell and Mr Jonathan Bullen Psychology and Speech Pathology, Health Sciences, Curtin Learning and Teaching (CLT)
The utilisation of Blackboard Collaborate in online (particularly OUA) units at Curtin University Dr Julian Chen and Dr Toni Dobinson Education, Humanities
Implementation of sustainable strategies for developing scientific writing and student ownership of learning Dr Haelee Fenton Public Health, Health Sciences
Emulating a Professional Corporate Media Production Environment for Screen Arts and Interactive Media Students Dr Artur Lugmayr and Mr Richard Seale Media, Culture and Creative Arts, Humanities
Developing authentic simulation to enhance clinical and technical skills for Diagnostic cytology students Dr Alina Miranda, Ms Alison Kelly and Assoc. Prof. Vincent Williams Biomedical Sciences, Health Sciences
Investigating feedback and formative assessment strategies to improve learning and teaching in engineering Dr Megan Walske Civil Engineering, Science and Engineering
Working Together: A PD program to foster intercultural and interprofessional teaching collaboration Mr Jonathan Bullen and a cross-faculty team; including Ms Michelle Webb & Mrs Pam McCrorie; Dr Marika Guggisberg & Dr Melissa Davis Curtin Learning and Teaching; Centre for Aboriginal Studies and Faculty of Health Sciences 
Agentic formative feedback in STEM: stimulating student action for sustainable learning Dr Magdy Elnashar, Dr Julianne Crowley and Mr Morgan Titmus School of Biomedical Sciences
Learning reflective practice: a pilot project to enhance teacher research and professional collaborations Dr Jane Grellier  School of Media, Culture and Creative Arts
Effect of increasing the number of female peers in Engineering Foundation Year groups Dr Natalie Lloyd Engineering Foundation Year
Gamifying home visits: Using technology to engage and develop clinical skills in Occupational Therapy students Mrs Claire Morrisby and Ms Liz Bainbridge   Occupational Therapy;  Physiotherapy and Exercise Science 

2015



Project Curtin contacts Faculty
Student Engagement and Informal Learning: affordances and constraints Dr Megan Le Clus School of Management, CBS
Identifying the 'Big 5' Teaching and Learning Issues in the School of Management Dr Megan Le Clus and Dr Alan Crake School of Management, CBS
Desktop Review of Best Practice in Fieldwork with Special Reference to Laboratory Medicine Assoc. Prof. Phillip Clark and Assoc. Prof. Vincent Williams School of Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Health Sciences
Enhancing the use of ilectures for on-campus and off-campus (online) students and lecturers Dr Toni Dobinson School of Education, Faculty of Humanities
How do ergonomic factors affect perceptions of student learning? An exploratory study involving students Dr Janis Jansz, Dr Rebecca Walker & Dr Joo Hwa Philip Bay School of Public Health, Faculty of Health Sciences; School of Education and School of Built Environment, Faculty of Humanities
Transforming paediatric physiotherapy education to ensure Curtin physiotherapy graduates are work ready Ms Beverly Louise Jepson School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science, Faculty of Health Sciences
Physically active collaborative learning in mathematics: analysing and extending best practice flipped classroom models Dr Heather Lonsdale School of Mathematics and Statistics, Faculty of Science and Engineering
Evaluating Student Work: Developing Effective Feedback Interactions Involving Students And Marking Criteria Dr Kristoffer Koh McKee School of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering
Embedding a learning measure tool and reflective practice in assessment to improve student learning measurement Dr Benjamin James Seligmann School of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering
Enhancing the student experience through evaluation of quality feedback in the context of a changing teaching and learning environment Ms Caroline Yates & Miss Abby Mosedale School of Public Health, Faculty of Health Sciences
Developing students' electronic record keeping skills through a phased pedagogical and technological transformation Dr Alexandra Yeung School of Chemistry, Faculty of Science and Engineering
Collaborating to create: encouraging the development of screen production students' teamwork and collaboration skills Dr Kathleen Dooley School of Film, Television and Screen Arts, Faculty of Humanities