- Emeritus Professor Kar-Tin Lee
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PhD (The University of Melbourne), MEd (The University of Melbourne), BEd (The University of Melbourne), BA (Monash University)
Digital Technologies & Pedagogy, Digital Policy and Planning, Blended Learning, Learning Spaces, Teacher Professional Development
Professor Kar-Tin Lee is the Head of School of Teacher Education and Leadership, Faculty of Education. She has extensive experience in digital technologies and strategic leadership. Her research interests focus on
- pedagogic issues and learner experience in online learning
- organisational, strategic and pedagogical issues relating to learning
- implementation of online learning environments, leadership and management issues relating to strategic implementation of digital learning policy in education at all levels
- integration of STEM disciplines for teacher education.
She has presented keynotes at international conferences and has led large projects in countries like China, Hong Kong, Philippines and India. She has also been a consultant and advisor to online learning companies in Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia. Throughout her career she has successfully assumed faculty-wide and organisation-wide roles to enhance the quality of teaching particularly as it pertains to the use of digital technologies and online learning environments.
Summary of Experience:
- Leadership in curriculum development and pedagogical innovations involving application of digital technologies and design of learning spaces
- Multidisciplinary research and development leadership (individual and team commitment) – awarded numerous research and development grants.
- Research interests: pedagogic issues and learner experience in online learning; organisational, strategic and pedagogical issues relating to learning
- Management and leadership experience in head of school roles including advocacy and representation, development and involvement in administrative and academic matters within departments, schools, comparable units and within the university
- Provision of leadership to the community including professional, commercial and industrial sectors
- Considerable skills and experience in program development and validation exercises at undergraduate and postgraduate degree levels
- Wide-ranging teaching experience in different sectors
- Lee K, Nykvist S, Mukherjee M, Philip R, (2016) 'Yesterday I lectured and today I taught': A report on creative inquiry learning spaces: Actively connecting and engaging with students
For more publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.
Completed supervisions (Doctorate)
- A case study of teachers transforming pedagogical practices through collaborative inquiry-based professional learning in a ubiquitous technologies environment (2017)
- Understanding Emotional Climate: Interaction Rituals and Cogenerative Dialogue in a Beginning Science Teacher's Classroom (2016)
- Perceptions of Online Learning in an Australian University: Malaysian Students' Perspectives (2011)
- Merging Fact with Fiction: A Study of Year 9 Students' Developing Scientific Literacy through the Writing of Hybridised Scientific Narratives on a Socioscientific Issue (2010)
- Scaffolding an EFL (English as a Foreign Language) 'Effective Writing' class in a hybrid learning community (2010)
- Digital kids, analogue students: A mixed methods study of students' engagement with a school-based Web 2.0 learning innovation. (2009)