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Doctrina perpetua: Brokering change, promoting innovation and transforming marginalisation in university learning and teaching

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By Jeanne McConachie, Jo Luck, Fons Nouwens, Patrick Alan Danaher

Published: 2006
ISBN: 978-1-876682-93-4
Pages: xii+267
Imprint: Post Pressed


A case study of a regional university, the book should be of interest to a wide range of readers - researchers, practitioners and government.

Shirley O''Neill
University of Southern Queensland

Pedagogy in third level institutions has been a matter of concern; this book will provide insights grounded in experience and conceptual rigour.

Martin Kelly
Independent Scholar; Ireland

[This book] will be an excellent addition to the literature on higher education internationally. CQU has an impressive record in terms of the Scholarship of Learning and Teaching.

Moya Andrews
Indiana University

Table of Contents

Figures and Tables
Preface - John Rickard
Foreword - Michael Prosser
Editors' Introduction - Jeanne McConachie, Bobby Harreveld, Jo Luck, Fons Nouwens and Patrick Alan Danaher

Section One: Brokering Change

Edited by Bobby Harreveld

  • Introduction
    Bobby Harreveld
  • Chapter One: The Efficacy of Futures Studies in Brokering Change
    Patrick Keleher
  • Chapter Two: Bachelor of Learning Management Initiatives: Preferred and Actual Futures
    Bernadette Walker-Gibbs, Peter Grainger and Kathy Baker
  • Chapter Three: Enhancing Instrumental Pedagogy: The Interface Between the Dimensions of Learning and Instrumental Music Study at the Tertiary Level
    Judith Brown

Section Two: Promoting Innovation

Edited by Jo Luck

  • Introduction
    Jo Luck
  • Chapter Four: Teaching Generic Skills: Promoting an Innovative Pedagogy
    Daryl Alcock and Robyn Alcock
  • Chapter Five: When Theory Meets Practice: Increasing the Value of Pre-service Teachers' Practical Experiences Through Inter-systemic Partnerships
    Valerie Cleary and Beverley Moriarty
  • Chapter Six: The Student Journey: Taking the First Steps
    Jo Luck, Jeanne McConachie and David Jones

Section Three: Transforming Marginalisation

Edited by Patrick Alan Danaher

  • Introduction
    Patrick Alan Danaher
  • Chapter Seven: Think Local, Act Global: The Regional University and Transforming Marginalisation
    Liz Huf and Geoff Danaher
  • Chapter Eight: Marginalisation Transformed: A Different Perspective
    Laurel Hunt
  • Chapter Nine: Shedding Past Notions of Marginalised Education: How Understanding Learning Styles Can Transform Perspectives on Learning
    Julie Willans, Sue McIntosh, Karen Seary and Jenny Simpson
  • Chapter Ten: Using Conversation to Transform the Marginalisation of Distance Education Students
    Phillipa Sturgess and Mark Kennedy
  • Chapter Eleven: 'Ahead of the Pack': The Development of International Education at Central Queensland University to 2005
    Betty Cosgrove and Denis Cryle
  • Chapter Twelve: Decreasing Attrition While Increasing Diversity: Connections and Contradictions in Transforming Marginalisation in an Australian Contemporary University
    Don Bowser, Patrick Alan Danaher and Jay Somasundaram

Respondents' Conclusion: From Matters of Fact to Matters of Concern: New Directions for Critical Education Research - Michael Singh and Loshini Naidoo


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