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The undergraduate learning and teaching research internship scheme (ULTRIS) projects 2009

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The undergraduate learning and teaching research internship scheme (ULTRIS)

The undergraduate learning and teaching research internship scheme (ULTRIS) is an innovative program established at UWA in 2009.

ULTRIS focuses attention on research into aspects of teaching and learning by undergraduate students enrolled in their second or third year of study. The internship provides opportunities for selected students to have a practical research experience, promote a greater awareness of the scholarship of teaching and learning and provide the university with context-relevant information to inform teaching and learning at UWA.

Summaries of the 2010 (the first-year experience), and the collective research findings for 2009 (staff-student interaction outside the classroom) are provided.

2009 ULTRIS research projects: Staff-student interaction outside the class

Beyond the office door: A study of the perceptions of undergraduates and their teachers on the evolving opportunities of interaction beyond the classroom.

McColl abstract [RTF, 63.0 KB]
Updated 14 May 2014


McColl paper [RTF, 740.0 KB]
Updated 14 May 2014


Name
Jessica McColl
School
Business School

Student interaction with culturally and linguistically diverse staff members beyond the classroom: Attitudes and determinants.

Hewett abstract [RTF, 36.2 KB]
Updated 14 May 2014


Hewett paper [RTF, 432.4 KB]
Updated 14 May 2014


Out of class, out of mind: Dynamics and causality of staff-student interaction.

Name
Anneli Strutt and Tyler Fuller
Faculty
Facutly of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Student and staff perceptions of email expectations and criteria: What are they? 

Dennis abstract [RTF, 42.2 KB]
Updated 14 May 2014


Dennis paper [RTF, 164.8 KB]
Updated 14 May 2014


Breaking down the classroom walls: Looking at the relationship between educators and students within the context of indigenous pedagogy.

Brown abstract [RTF, 40.8 KB]
Updated 14 May 2014


Brown paper [RTF, 397.9 KB]
Updated 14 May 2014


Name
Lilly Brown
School
School of Indigenous Studies

The impact of commodification (aka: academic capitalism) on student-staff interaction outside the classroom.

DaSilva abstract [RTF, 39.4 KB]
Updated 14 May 2014


DaSilva paper [RTF, 198.4 KB]
Updated 14 May 2014


The dynamics of international student-staff interactions at The University of Western Australia.

Jagadish abstract [RTF, 53.8 KB]
Updated 14 May 2014


Jagadish paper [RTF, 1.7 MB]
Updated 14 May 2014


Name
Pragnya Jagadish
Faculty
Faculty of Life and Physical Sciences

Geographic diversity: Perceptions of staff-student engagement in the Law School.

Yi Siow abstract [RTF, 98.7 KB]
Updated 14 May 2014


Yi Siow paper [RTF, 562.8 KB]
Updated 14 May 2014


Name
Ying Yi Siow
Faculty
Faculty of Law

Perceptions of staff-student relationships from students with a disability.

Zamir abstract [RTF, 28.8 KB]
Updated 14 May 2014


Qualitative student perspectives on factors influencing out-of-class interactions with teachers.

McIntyre abstract [RTF, 29.5 KB]
Updated 14 May 2014


Name
Emma McIntyre
Faculty
Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences
   

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