Dr Lenore Adie - Institute for Learning Sciences & Teacher Education (Faculty of Education and Arts)

Fully accredited supervisor - Can supervise as principal supervisor


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.


Phone :7333 (Brisbane)
Email :Lenore.Adie@acu.edu.au
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Research Interests

Assessment ; Moderation ; Feedback ; Assessment standards ; Professional standards ;

Methods Expertise

Qualitative Research ;

Research Projects

Selected Publications


Fidelity of summative performance assessment in initial teacher education: The intersection of standardisation and authenticity, in Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education

The construction of the teacher as expert assessor, in Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education

The student role in feedback: A meta-review of the literature, in International Journal of Educational Research

The development of students??? evaluative expertise: Enabling conditions for integrating criteria into pedagogic practice., in Journal of Curriculum Studies

Contesting educational assessment policies in Australia, in Journal of Education Policy


The development and application of coding frameworks to explore dialogic feedback interactions and self-regulated learning, in British Educational Research Journal

Research-informed conceptualization and design principles of teacher performance assessments: Wrestling with system and site validity. , in Innovation and accountability in teacher education: Setting directions for new cultures in teacher education

Assessment: The trilogy of standards, evidence and judgement in Australian education reform., in The Australian Curriculum: Promises, problems and possibilities

Innovation and accountability in teacher education: Setting directions for new cultures in teacher education.


Using video technology to enable student voice in assessment feedback., in British Journal of Educational Technology