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6 resources found for ‘teaching-research nexus’.

The academic’s and policy-maker’s guides to the teaching-research nexus

Profesor Kerri-Lee Krause, Dr Sophie Arkoudis, Professor Richard James, Ms Ros McCulloch, Ms Claire Jennings, Dr Alison Green
Griffith University
2008
Griffith University
Final Report Download Document (752.08 KB)

The academic’s and policy-maker’s guides to the teaching-research nexus

Profesor Kerri-Lee Krause, Dr Sophie Arkoudis, Professor Richard James, Ms Ros McCulloch, Ms Claire Jennings, Dr Alison Green
Griffith University
2008
Griffith University

This excellent resource provides a summary of current thinking on the Teaching-Research Nexus (TRN) for academics, university staff, policy makers and students. The benefits of the TRN for students is presented and is supported with a large number of links to examples of TRN practice by discipline and year levels which should prove to be particularly useful for academics designing or revising existing courses or units. Links to strategy and policy making are also included. The site provides a framework for developing curricula that links teaching and research and is a useful collection of curriculum design ideas for academics. Nineteen concrete examples are presented. The resource may be used to aid the development or review of policies that promote (or hinder) the teaching-research nexus.  There are materials supporting all levels of policy makers including government policy makers, those developing university wide policies at Deputy Vice-Chancellor level, and other policy leaders such as heads of departments or schools.  In a short commentary the authors give advice to those academics early in their career or wanting to build their career.  The main focus is on the advantages of being conscious of the RTN in their work as an academic.  This is very much a personal view from the authors and contains only one reference.

Succession planning at universities: program for preparing early leaders (PROPEL)

Karen Lovasz, Sara Dolnicar, Wilma Vialle
University of Wollongong
2014
University of Wollongong
Final report Download Document (1.26 MB)
Appendices Download Document (2.45 MB)

Towards a Pedagogy of Supervision in the Technology Disciplines

Christine Bruce
Queensland University of Technology
2009
Queensland University of Technology

Making research skill development explicit in coursework

John Willison, Kerrie Le Lievre, Irene Lee
The University of Adelaide
2010
The University of Adelaide
Macquarie, Melbourne, Monash, UniSA
Final Report Download Document (2.87 MB)

Bridging gaps in music teacher education: developing exemplary practice models using peer collaboration

Julie Ballantyne, Scott Harrison, Margaret Barrett, Nita Temmerman
Griffith University
2009
Griffith University
CSU, UQ, UTAS
Final Report Download Document (908.08 KB)