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Summary:

  • PhD students – as sessionals are marginalised from academ-ia yet often are face of uni for 1st year students - contradicts recommendations from retention and transition research.
  • PhD students aspiring to an academic career require targeted professional learning support.
  • Mentoring model resulted in effective outcomes for all partici-pants
  • LTTP pilot— a model for quality improvement of teaching & learning practice.
  • Academic and intercultural literacies fundamental to under-standings of good practice in teaching and research practices
  • Holistic university approach to quality improvement
  • Implementation of socio-cultural approaches to transforming professional practice (ZPD and MKO (Vygotsky) in action!)
  • Ongoing initiative

Publication Date

4-7-2016

City

Gold Coast, Qld

Keywords

PhD students, learning through teaching, LTTP, HDR, Higher degree research, Australia, mentoring, academic literacy

Disciplines

Higher Education

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de Fazio, T., & Henderson, F. (2016). Learning through teaching: Building a mentoring community around PhD students as academic apprentices. Poster presented at The Post Graduate Student Experience National Symposium. 7-8 April, 2016. Gold Coast, Australia.

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Learning through teaching: Building a mentoring community around PhD students as academic apprentices

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