My dear friend and colleague Sharon McDonough and I are editing a book to be published by Springer called “Mindfulness in the academy: practices and perspectives from scholars”. It is due out mid to late 2018. We a curating 20 international researchers who are interested in mindful practices within their research fields, and teaching practice … Continue reading Mindfulness in the academy – learning from lived experiences
I’m working with some colleagues on developing a manifesto for social media in learning and teaching in higher education. This is a passion project for me. One that I have invested in for a number of years now. With all my teaching in since 2012, I have integrated some form of social media into my … Continue reading Social media in learning and teaching in higher education – what is important?
I've been thinking for a while now that I need to collate all the projects I have carried out on social media connected to learning. I've worked across and in between multiple higher education sites and within the cultural heritage sites with this work for a number of years. All along, building my understanding and … Continue reading Social Media and Learning – sharing my journey
Partnerships with cultural organisations such as galleries and museums are under utilised by teacher education programs in Australia (Abeles, 2004; Bybee, 2001; Falk, 2001; Lemon& Garvis, 2014; Nichols, 2014; Wilson, 2004). Cultural organisations are community assets that offer a range of rich and diverse learning resources and programs for learners encompassing all levels of education (Eames & Coll, … Continue reading Teacher education and partnerships with galleries: What do pre-service teachers think?
Over two days I was involved in what I’m calling a Think Tank. Great brains from different parts of the world, at different stages in their research, and indeed careers, all in one room discussing what is means to be a Digital Academic in the contemporary environment of higher education. As a part of the … Continue reading #AcademicsWhoTweet meets #digitalacademics