I work with Flinders University Rural & Remote Health on educational program evaluation and improvement initiatives. My particular focus is on the experience of learning, and the experience of teaching. Contexts for my work include interprofessional learning, workforce development, community-based learning, longitudinal placements, and academic programs across medical and allied health disciplines. My teaching activities are focused on supporting rural students' longitudinal research projects.
My own research commitment is to find meaningful ways to see, say and save the deeper existential undercurrents of learning and teaching, so that we might more purposefully and profitably bring these qualitative riches into our ordinary everyday practices.
My approaches have been forged through many years working in contexts of community cultural development, health promotion and adult community education programs, across local government, state government, and community sectors.
Bachelor of Adult & Vocational Education
Graduate Diploma in Community Cultural Development
Doctor of Education
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