Information related to research interest "Assessment"
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Faculty of Education and Arts
Institute for Learning Sciences & Teacher Education
Professor Joy Cumming is the Program Director of the Assessment, Evaluation and Student Learning Research Program in LSIA at ACU. Joy has been involved in educational research for 40 years, including state and federally funded research projects and contributing to national and state policies. Her core research priority is educational assessment, with projects in adult and child literacy and numeracy. Her research also focuses on equity and social justice in assessment, including work in education law that examines the impact of educational policy and legislation in assessment and accountability on students. Prior to commencing at ACU in 2013, Joy was employed in a number of roles including Professor in the Faculty of Education and Dean of Griffith Graduate Research School during her 25 years with Griffith University.
: 7862 (Brisbane) : Joy.Cumming@acu.edu.au
Lenore Adie is Associate Professor in Teacher Education and Assessment and a Senior Research Fellow based in Brisbane in the Institute for Learning Sciences and Teacher Education. Lenore has previously worked in the primary school sector in teaching and administrative positions. Her research focuses on assessment practices, across primary, secondary and tertiary education, including in teacher education. Specific focus areas include standards, judgement-making, and moderation.
: 7333 (Brisbane) : Lenore.Adie@acu.edu.au
Nat Sch of Education
Melissa is a lecturer in the School of Education in Brisbane, teaching units on Inclusive Education and Arts education. She has been a school teacher and HOD for 22 years in Australia, and in Asia through the International School system. Melissa's PhD centred on the challenges teachers face when implementing culturally diverse Arts education examining a range of case studies in Australia and Singapore, and her research covers Inclusive Education, Creative Pedagogies, and Assessment and Curriculum. Melissa's current projects examine the voices of students with vision impairment at mainstream schools, and why teachers choose to stay in the classroom. She has managed four large-scale national Learning and Teaching projects and has produced an international MOOC - 'Deep Learning for Transformative Pedagogies' through EdX and Microsoft. Melissa has received several higher education teaching awards and is the recipient of the Callaway Doctoral Award.
: +61736237221 (Brisbane) : email@example.com
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