Enabling Pedagogy and Curriculum

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  • Bennett A., Motta S., Hamilton E., Burgess C., Relf B., Gray K., Leroy-Dyer, S. & Albright. J. – Centre of Excellence for Equity in Higher Education

    Bennett A., Motta S., Hamilton E., Burgess C., Relf B., Gray K., Leroy-Dyer, S. & Albright. J. (2018). ‘Enabling Pedagogies: A participatory conceptual mapping of practices at the University of Newcastle, Australia’, Centre of Excellence for Equity in Higher Education.

  • Carter, C., & Sallis, R. – Applied Theatre Research

    Carter, C., & Sallis, R. (2019). Investigating the role of drama in two enabling courses in Australia. Applied Theatre Research, 7(1), 79-93.

  • Hellmundt, S., & Baker, D. – Student Success

    Hellmundt, S., & Baker, D. (2017). Encouraging engagement in enabling programs: The students’ perspective. Student Success8(1), 25-33.

  • Irwin, E., & Hamilton, E. – Transitioning students into Higher Education: Philosophies, Pedagogies and Practice

    Irwin, E., & Hamilton, E. (2019). Uncomfortable Spaces: Philosophy, Pedagogy and Practice in Online Enabling Education. In A. Jones, A. Olds and J.G. Lisciandro (Eds.),Transitioning students into Higher Education: Philosophies, Pedagogies and Practice. Oxon: Routledge.

  • Irwin, E., Baker, S., & Hamilton, E. – Annotated Bibliography

    Irwin, E., Baker, S., & Hamilton, E. (2019, 8 Nov). Alternative pathways into higher education open access annotated bibliography: enabling, foundation, access and bridging education.

  • James

    James, T. & Walters, V. (2020). How positive is Positive Psychology in an enabling program? Investigating the transformative power of positive psychology for enabling students. Australian Journal of Adult Learning, 60(2), 170.

  • Nieuwoudt, J. E. – Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

    Nieuwoudt, J. E. (2020). Investigating synchronous and asynchronous class attendance as predictors of academic success in online education. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 36(3), 15-25.

  • Nieuwoudt, J. E. – Student Success

    Nieuwoudt, J. E. (2018). Exploring online interaction and online learner participation in an online science subject through the lens of the interaction equivalence theorem. Student Success, 9(4), 53-62.

  • O’Rourke, J., Relf, B., Crawford, N., & Sharp, S. – Australian Journal of Adult Learning

    O’Rourke, J., Relf, B., Crawford, N., & Sharp, S., (2019). Are we all on course? A curriculum mapping comparison of three Australian university open-access enabling programs. Australian Journal of Adult Learning, 59(1), 7-26.

  • Syme, S., Davis, C., & Cook, C. (2020). Benchmarking Australian enabling programmes

    Syme, S., Davis, C., & Cook, C. (2020). Benchmarking Australian enabling programmes: assuring quality, comparability and transparency,Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education.

  • Taylor, J. A., van Eyk, T., & Syme, S. – Journal of Further and Higher Education

    Taylor, J. A., van Eyk, T., & Syme, S. (2020). Enabling success at university: The impact of an Australian programme to provide access to university. Journal of Further and Higher Education44(1), 69-82.

  • Walters

    Walters, V., & James, T. (2020). ANTS and POTS: Do they change lives? Students perceptions on the value of positive psychology concepts. Student Success, 11(1), 46-54.