Guiding assessment for learning in Indigenous health
The project aims to (1) investigate assessment approaches used by academics involved in teaching Indigenous health at the masters level; (2) compare current assessment and teaching practices with educational theory and with learning goals stipulated by the Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) at masters level learning ; and (3) develop practical teaching resources to inform and guide effective assessment for learning in Indigenous health.
The project team represents a collaboration between academics across Australia and New Zealand, all of whom are involved in educational research and/or Indigenous health research and teaching. The project aims to further advance the scholarship of Indigenous health education by examining current teaching and assessment practices at a master’s level and mapping them against specified higher education standards of learning, and pedagogies of teaching and learning
Dr Lachlan Doughney, Project Officer
- Associate Professor Clare Delany
- Professor Shaun Ewen
- Partner institutions and project team:
- The University of Melbourne
- Associate Professor Clare Delany (co-project leader),
- Professor Shaun Ewen (co-project leader),
- Associate Professor Louise Harms,
- Associate Professor Louisa Remedios,
- Dr Patricia Nicholson,
- Ms Shawana Andrews,
- Ms Lauren Kosta,
- Professor Michael McCullough,
- Dr Lachlan Doughney
- Flinders University: Associate Professor Wendy Edmondson
- University of Sydney: Dr Lilon Bandler
- University of Queensland: Professor Cindy Shannon, Associate Professor Jon Willis
- University of Auckland: Associate Professor Papaarangi Reid
Australian Office of Learning and Teaching (OLT) $225.000
This research project is available to PhD students to join as part of their thesis.
Please contact the Research Group Leader to discuss your options.
1. Delany, C., Kosta, L., Ewen, S., Nicholson, P., Remedios, L. & Harms, L. (2016). Identifying pedagogy and teaching strategies for achieving nationally prescribed learning outcomes. Higher Education Research & Development, DOI: 10.1080/07294360.2016.1138450.
2. Theory and Practice Report: Indigenous Health Assessment at Australian Qualifications Framework Level 9
Faculty Research Themes
School Research Themes
For further information about this research, please contact the research group leader.