An academic with 20 years of experience still passionate about practice. Interested in empowering education, cooperative inquiry, self-and peer assessment, non-dogmatic spirituality, public health, creativity and social justice.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Touching the Untouchables: Transforming University Teaching through Peer Supervision

A simple and creative way of improving academic teaching through trust and mutual support which benefits academics, students and their future clients.

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When a Question Met a Story: Exploration of Inquiry Learning on a Masters Level of Study

Reflecting on Practice Masters course enabled advanced practitioners to critically examine their practice and develop creative ways of improving it. The course was co-created by students and lecturers.

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A Transdisciplinary Approach to Teaching Social Practice: Master of Social Practice at Unitec New Zealand

This paper explores the notion of transdisciplinarity that underpins the existence of the Masters of Social Practice programme, as well as teaching and learning methods that this approach requires.

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Difference and Diversity as a Resource for Learning

Difference and diversity in the classroom is often perceived as a challenge to teachers, but they can also be seen a resource for creative and inquiry-based teaching methods.

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Published online: May 9, 2014

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Diversity, Inquiry, and Co-creation: Potential Antidotes to Neoliberalism

This paper will critically reflect on a neoliberal paradigm and will attempt to propose ways of addressing issues of diversity, social justice, and inquiry-based education within a multicultural postgraduate classroom.

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Published online: October 2, 2015

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