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Page history last edited by Iain Hay 6 years, 3 months ago

 

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Distinguished Professor Iain Hay (e: iain.hay[at]flinders.edu.au ; p: +61882012386)

 

Environment and Sustainability

  • A group led by Drs Liam Phelan and Bonnie McBain (Newcastle) and including ASSH Discipline Scholar, Iain Hay, has received $220,000 from OLT (2014) to develop a Learning and Teaching Academic Standards Statement for Environment and Sustainability. This project is being conducted on behalf of The Australian Council of Environmental Deans and Directors (ACEDD).

 

Geography

  • Standards set in 2010. Peer reviewed paper on Geography standards published  as: Hay, I. 2012 (in press) ‘Over the threshold – setting minimum learning outcomes (benchmarks) for undergraduate geography majors in Australian universities’, Journal of Geography in Higher Education.

 

History

  • Standards set in 2010. Peer-reviewed paper on History Standards published as: Brawley, S. et al. 2011, ‘Applying standards to tertiary level history: policy, challenges and the After Standards project, History Australia, vol. 8, no. 3, pp.  177-194.
  • Available http://journals.publishing.monash.edu/ojs/index.php/ha/issue/view/37/showToc 
  • Work on implementation is being conducted as the ‘After Standards: Engaging and  Embedding History’s Standards using International Best Practice to Inform Curriculum Renewal’ project being led by Dr Sean Brawley (UNSW). Details at http://afterstandards.omeka.net/

 

Political science

  • Standards developed during 2010; approved by Australian Political Science Association Executive in April 2011; and subsequently by APSA members and Heads.
  • A copy of the statement is available here.  

 

Sociology

 

Theology

 

 

 

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Comments (1)

Iain Hay said

at 11:26 am on Mar 6, 2014

Page updated to include new work with ACEDD:

A group led by Drs Liam Phelan and Bonnie McBain (Newcastle) and including ASSH Discipline Scholar, Iain Hay, has received $220,000 from OLT (2014) to develop a Learning and Teaching Academic Standards Statement for Environment and Sustainability. This project is being conducted on behalf of The Australian Council of Environmental Deans and Directors (ACEDD).

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