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Proceedings Contents: Refereed papers

This page links to refereed papers accepted in accordance with [Review criteria], in one of the categories

  1. Research - academic research papers with clear strengths in creativity, originality, and increasing humanity's stock of knowledge. Accepted papers are eligible for the DEST research category "Conference publication" as detailed under [Higher Education Research Data Collection]
  2. Professional practice - academic papers with clear strengths in creativity, leadership and excellence in professional practice, demonstrated in teaching, staff development, program or institutional development, educational media or services developments, or learning skills services. Being grounded in best practice rather than new knowledge, accepted papers are not eligible for the DEST research category "Conference publication".
The TL Forum 2007 Committee acknowledges with gratitude the work of our reviewers [Review Panel]
Additional information about the review process outcomes is given in the Editorial.

Papers are listed in alpha order by first author
Category of
refereed
acceptance

Zoe AndersonQueer(ing) history: Queer methodologies, pedagogies and interventions in the Discipline of History[Abstract]
[Prof Practice]
Cedric BeidatschAlternatives to the traditional tutorial: A report on workshop based experiential learning in the History Discipline at the University of Western Australia[Abstract]
[Prof Practice]
Jaimie P. BevenBridging diversity to achieve engagement: "The Sentence is Right" game show rip off[Abstract]
[Prof Practice]
Eloise J. Brown and Jo PluskeAn application of learning and teaching styles: A case study of science and engineering seminars[Abstract]
[Prof Practice]
Ian Cameron, Caroline Crosthwaite, Christine Norton, Nicoleta Balliu, Moses Tadé, David Brennan, David Shallcross and Geoff BartonDevelopment of an advanced immersive learning environment for process engineering[Abstract]
[Prof Practice]
Barnard Clarkson and Chris BrookSerious games: A problem, a solution or a polariser?[Abstract]
[Research]
Lisa Cluett and Judy SkeneA new(er) dimension to online learning communities: Using web tools to engage students[Abstract]
[Prof Practice]
Jaya Earnest, Tambri Housen and Sue GillieattA new cohort of refugee students in Perth: Challenges for students and educators[Abstract]
[Research]
Stacey Fox and Sarah BrownEngaging students through CMO: Electronic reserves and student learning[Abstract]
[Research]
Andrew L. GuzzomiReflections of a UWA engineering postgraduate teaching intern[Abstract]
[Prof Practice]
Jan GwatkinStudent engagement: An experiential, creative, collaborative approach to primary school music teaching[Abstract]
[Prof Practice]
Jill Howieson and William FordTeaching and learning skills: Increasing a sense of law school belongingness[Abstract]
[Research]
Alison JaquetEngaging the student writer in university assessment: The Response[Abstract]
[Research]
Stanislaw Paul Maj and Bao TranNetwork technology education: A novel pedagogical model for novices and practising professionals[Abstract]
[Research]
Kasie Mearns, Jan Meyer and Avinash BharadwajStudent engagement in human biology practical sessions[Abstract]
[Research]
Ron OliverUsing technology supported inquiry learning to engage first year students in large classes[Abstract]
[Research]
Barbara PaukStudent participation in developing outcomes: A survey of students majoring in European languages[Abstract]
[Research]
Joan Strikwerda-BrownEducating for life: Student and lecturer perceptions of the implementation of a Social, Emotional and Physical Health (SEPH) framework across an undergraduate teaching program[Abstract]
[Prof Practice]
Susannah ThompsonWhen is a foetus a baby? Evaluating the application of feminist history research to undergraduate science teaching and learning[Abstract]
[Prof Practice]
Tania Wiley and Angela DureyEngaging students in a rewarding educational experience through rural clinical placements[Abstract]
[Prof Practice]
Mel Ziman, Jan Meyer, Kayty Plastow, Georgina Fyfe, Sue Fyfe, Kathy Sanders, Julie Hill and Richard BrightwellStudent optimism and appreciation of feedback[Abstract]
[Research]

Please cite as: TL Forum (2007). Student Engagement. Proceedings of the 16th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, 30-31 January 2007. Perth: The University of Western Australia. http://lsn.curtin.edu.au/tlf/tlf2007/refereed/contents-refereed.html


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