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The Proposals submission process, described under TLF 2002 [Home Page],
closed on 1 Oct 2001. The Proceedings Contents (this page) links to:
  1. abstracts - obtained from accepted Proposals.
  2. non-refereed - full text in HTML, where authors have elected to submit for web publication in the TL Forum series [TLF Index] without seeking refereeing. Web mounting of non-refereed full text commenced on 9 Dec 2001.
  3. refereed - full text in PDF, where authors have submitted for refereeing [Welcome and Preface] to obtain classification in the DEST category "Conference publication". Web mounting of successful submissions occurred in July 2002 in PDF format at an Edith Cowan University website, but as these were lost some years ago, in May 2014 the papers were remounted in the TL Forum Proceedings collection [TL F Proceedings], with the original sequence and pagination preserved. See [Refereed contents].

Shamsul Kamariah Abdullah, Dharshini Balasingam, Anbalagan Krishnan and Eunice Kong Eik FongLearning styles of Confucius heritage learner: A case study at Curtin University of Technology Sarawak Campus[abstract]
Loraine AbernethieStudent writing skills: Maintaining standards in the face of diversity[abstract]
Pat Addison, M. Gooding and D. SullivanImproving accounting students' oral presentations[abstract]
Rozz AlbonA comparison of mediation and feedback in face to face and online using learner centred approaches[abstract]
Christina BallantyneWhat was your supervisor like? How can we create a mechanism for getting feedback on postgraduate research supervision?[abstract]
Vicki BanhamCaught between a rock and a soft place: Bridging the gap between university learning and the world of work[abstract]
Donna Brandes and Seng Thiam Teh'What if...': An exercise in thinking about teaching and learning[abstract]
Alison Bunker and Iris VardiPractical tips for successful online teaching[abstract]
Sandra CarrWomen's Health National Collaborative Core Curriculum Project[abstract]
Donella Caspersz, M. Wu and J. Skene'Team members that bring you down dead' The antecedents of student willingness to participate in team projects[abstract]
Kathleen Chindarsi, Helen Spafford Jacob and Julienne MillerHow can we teach students how to learn?[abstract]
Gail Chittleborough, David F. Treagust and Mauro MocerinoConstraints to the development of first year university chemistry students' mental models of chemical phenomena[abstract]
David CoallStudent use of a self paced, interactive, computer based learning resource in human biology[abstract]
Sue Colyer and Julie HowellBeyond the shoe box: Developing an ePortfolio for Leisure Sciences students[abstract]
Trudi Cooper and Judy KulisaExpanding the horizons of university learning through quality management: A comparison of the effects of different evaluative methods on curriculum and accountability[refereed]
Trudi Cooper and Judy KulisaStudent attrition from professional degrees[abstract]
Geoffrey Crockett and Vasanthi PeterPeer assessment and team work as a professional skill in a second year economics unit[abstract]
Peter R. DavisLiterature review from reviewing literature[abstract]
Wendy DavisA comparison of pyramids versus brainstorming in a problem based learning environment[abstract]
Jeanne Dawson and Grace Conti-BekkersSupporting international students' transition to university[abstract]
Shelda DebowskiModelling and feedback: Providing constructive guidance through a web medium[abstract]
Sharon Delmege, Jennifer Robinson and Jennifer SilburnUniversity writing skills[abstract]
Jan DookPASS: A new initiative in first year Biology at UWA[abstract]
Judith Guevarra Enriquez and Shamsul Kamariah AbdullahThe use of computer mediated communication medium suits specific learning preference/ aptitude in facilitating critical-reflective thinking and collaborative learning[abstract]
Eilean FairholmeExploring new techniques: The use of broadcasting software in a laboratory situation as an interactive alternative to the traditional 'talking head' lecturing[abstract]
Georgina FyfeBuilding reflective practice into student learning[abstract]
Ian W. Gaynor and Stephen R. KessellThe challenge of providing a truly flexible and totally online postgraduate program[abstract]
Beena Giridharan and Judith Guevarra EnriquezEnglish language and IT learning challenges in Australian offshore campuses[abstract]
Allan GoodyTeaching in the Australian classroom[abstract]
Vijaya GururajanKnowledge management a new game in higher education: A discussion paper on the new trends of technology influencing the higher education landscape[abstract]
Phil HawkeThe value of mining industry experience in teaching the earth sciences[abstract]
Anna Hicks and Owen HicksUnintended consequences of democracy in the classroom: A case of too many witches[abstract]
Suzanne HoEncouraging online participation?[abstract]
Julia Hobson and Loraine AbernethieVoluntary tutorials: Do they work? Can they work?[abstract]
Hélène Jaccomard"Is there a metaphor in this class?" Teaching advanced students of French how to become critical users of the Internet[abstract]
Helen Spafford Jacob, Robyn Honey and Catherine JordanGetting the most out of sequential teaching[abstract]
Leighton JayMaximising information literacy skills for first year management students[abstract]
Steve KessellA demonstration of the Learning Technologies postgraduate program for tertiary academics[abstract]
Judy Kulisa and Trudi CooperGraduate attributes: The teaching and assessment of graduate attributes within a professional degree[abstract]
Martijntje M. Kulski, Daniel Boase-Jelinek, Stephen Quinton and Vikki PedalinaStrategic support for online teaching and learning[abstract]
Meagan Ladhams ZiebaLearning in the laboratory: The dilemma of designing labs for first year students[abstract]
Richard Ladyshewsky and John RyanReciprocal peer coaching as a strategy for the development of leadership and management competency[abstract]
Penny LeeDo we need uniform guidelines to cope with English language proficiency issues when assessing student work?[abstract]
Monica Leggett, Ian Bennett, Mary Boyce and Adrianne KinnearWhen is a skill not a skill? Working with student and lecturer's perceptions of a valid skill set for science graduates[abstract]
Jane Long and Margie ElleryRethinking online teaching and learning: The challenge of Generation ICQ[abstract]
Alexandra LudewigFilm making in second language acquisition[abstract]
Sally Male, William Lawrence and Sally FlintoffSupport schemes for first year computing students and electrical and computer engineering students at Curtin University of Technology[abstract]
Dorit Maor and Veronica HendriksHow to create an online learning environment where the teacher acts as a facilitator and the students engage in peer learning?[abstract]
Kenn MartinIssues of Teaching and Learning - Focussing on the student[abstract]
Judy McGowan and Barbara de la HarpeOnline support for report writing[abstract]
Ben McMillenGroup projects: What do students want?[abstract]
Jennifer MillsUse of actors in teaching consultation skills[abstract]
Carmel Moynihan, Richard Ladyshewsky, Elliot Wood and Jodie WoodFlexible learning at the Graduate School of Business[abstract]
Rochelle Llewelyn NichollsActive lab-based learning in the biological sciences: First-year Anatomy[refereed]
Maria Northcote, Linda Marshall and Max LenoyTheory, practice and reflection: The value of integrated learning systems from four different perspectives[abstract]
Lorri Neilsen
[Invitational Speaker]
Write of Passage: Women, writing, learning[non-refereed]
Oktavia Nurtjahja and Agustina LahurStudents' responses to lecturers' feedback: Problems and suggestions[abstract]
Penny O'ConnorI'd rather play twister with John Hopoate: Engaging the unenthusiastic student[abstract]
Beverley Oliver and Fiona WrightThe next big thing? Exploiting channels and handheld computers for student learning[abstract]
Ron OliverShould we make participation in discussions and bulletin boards in online learners settings compulsory?[abstract]
Chris Perryer, Robyn Honey and Catherine JordanWhat should a teacher do with teacher evaluations?[abstract]
Rob Phillips, Michael Fardon, Michelle Valdrighi, Catherine Baudains, Mike van Keulen, Tony Hodge and Mark WaltersDesign and implementation of learning centred evaluations of computer facilitated learning innovations[abstract]
Alan Pilgrim and Roy JonesScholarships, professional practice and partnerships: An example from geography[abstract]
Mohammed QuaddusKnowledge management systems in education and learning: A prototype and a process[abstract]
Alex Radloff and Barbara de la HarpeIssues in integrating generic skills into the curriculum[abstract]
Kantha Kumar RamasamyPromoting reflective practice in higher education: A dilemma[abstract]
Leonora RitterCountering apathy by making the simulation real[abstract]
Val Roche and Melissa VernonCreating learning communities in rural and remote regions: A case study of an electronic advanced learning set for health service managers in Western Australia[abstract]
Elizabeth SanthanamCongruence of teaching, learning, assessment and evaluation[abstract]
Sue Sharp and Heather SparrowDeveloping frameworks to embed graduate attributes in tertiary courses[abstract]
Salim A. Siddiqui, S. R. Yeo and M. G. ZadnikDesigning teaching strategy to enhance student learning[abstract]
Matthew SimpsonThe genesis of an undergraduate course: Reasoning, processes and problems[abstract]
Zora Singh and J JanesAn holistic, systems approach to student learning[abstract]
Werner Soontiens, Barbara de la Harpe and Carmela BriguglioAssessing professional skill development at a third year level[abstract]
Geoff SwanDo these problems please![abstract]
Seng Thiam Teh and Donna BrandesShedding the mantle of 'The expert'[abstract]
Bonnie ThomasMultimedia and the acquisition of French: Expanding the horizons of language learning[abstract]
Eileen ThompsonImproving opportunities for student learning: We hear their voices but do we listen to their messages?[abstract]
Iris Vardi and Janis BaileyLecturer feedback: Making a difference to student writing[abstract]
Elliot WoodA dilemma beyond discussion: Increasing student interaction in external study modes[abstract]
Archie Zariski, Irene Styles and Mary Anne KennyLooking at you looking at me looking at you: Students and supervisors in clinical education[abstract]

Please cite as: TL Forum (2002). Focusing on the Student. Proceedings of the 11th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, 5-6 February 2002. Perth: Edith Cowan University. http://ctl.curtin.edu.au/events/conferences/tlf/tlf2002/contents.html

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