Tag: transformation

On the borders of Pedagogy: Implementing a critical pedagogy for students on the Thai Burma Border

Author: Jen Couch Australian Catholic University Edition: Volume 57, Number 1, April 2017 Summary: This article uses an auto-ethnographic approach to explore the reflections and insights that occurred during my teaching of a subject in adolescent development on the Thai Burma

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Abridged too far? Credit transfer: Examining the transition process from TAFE to University

Author: Theresa Millman, University of Wollongong Edition: Volume 53, Number 2, July 2013 Summary: In responding to a global audience, universities are increasingly bound up in priorities of maintaining viability within landscapes of globalised market imperatives, and with changing paradigms of

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Humanities education as a pathway for women in regional and rural Australia: Clemente Ballarat

Authors: Ann Gervasoni, Australian Catholic University; Jeremy Smith, University of Ballarat; Peter Howard, Australian Catholic University Edition: Volume 53, Number 2, July 2013 Summary: This paper provides insight into the experience of Clemente humanities education for six regional and rural Australian

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‘I’m not stupid after all’ – changing perceptions of self as a tool for transformation

Author/s: Ms Julie Willans and Ms Karen Seary Edition: Volume 47, Number 3, November 2007 Summary: When adult learners return to formal education after a period of absence, coping with change is a constant and often omnipresent challenge. As they come

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Diverse pathways into higher education: Using students’ stories to identify transformative experiences

Author/s: Robyn Benson, Lesley Hewitt, Margaret Heagney, Anita Devos and Glenda Crosling Edition: Volume 50, Number 1, April 2010 Summary: This paper is based on findings from the first phase of a longitudinal project examining how a group of students

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Art, disability, learning and the dance of my life

Author/s: Faith Thorley Edition: Volume 51, Number 4, Special edition, December 2011 Summary: I use my passion and skills as an artist to deal with my various disabilities resulting from brain tumour surgery. The ‘artvantages’ of this approach have been

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