Presentation Details

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Eleventh International Literacy and Education Research Network Conference on Learning

Transforming the Naive Researcher: Collaborative Participation in a Process of Learning Creates Opportunities

Dr Barbara Lasky, Dr Irene Tempone.


Engagement in the process of learning is an essential ingredient in the transformation of an individual. Participation in the process leads to opportunity while failure to engage results in disadvantage. The authors posit that for first-time researchers, engaging in collaborative research relationships with the right people, will set them on the path to becoming productive researchers, and will help them do so more effectively than if they remain independent.

Presenters

Dr Barbara Lasky  (Australia)
Senior Lecturer in HRM/OB
School of Business
Swinburne University of Technology

Dr Barbara Lasky is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resources Management and Organization Behavior in a School of Business. Her research interests include management of change, mentoring in higher education, and action learning and narrative methodologies. She has published nationally and internationally.


Dr Irene Tempone  (Australia)
Senior Lecturer, Educational Development Co-ordinator
School of Business
Swinburne University of Technology

Dr Irene Tempone is a Lecturer in accounting and the Educational Development Coordinator for the School of Business, Swinburne University of Technology. Her PhD thesis topic was “Variation in student learning in accounting” with one of the three main themes being student approaches to groupwork.

Keywords
  • Learning
  • Engagement
  • Collaboration
Person as Subject
  • Tempone, Irene Lasky, Barbara



(Virtual Presentation, English)