Sarah-Jane Gregory
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Academic workload: the silent barrier to the implementation of technology-enhanced learning strategies in higher education
MSJ Gregory, JM Lodge
Distance Education, 2015
1342015
A blended learning approach to laboratory preparation
SJ Gregory, G Di Trapani
International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education 20 (1), 2012
432012
Beyond the first year experience in science: Identifying the need for a supportive learning and teaching environment for second year science students
W Loughlin, SJ Gregory, G Harrison, J Lodge
International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education 21 (4), 2013
182013
Expression and localization of thioredoxin during early implantation in the marmoset monkey
A Lopata, MC Sibson, AC Enders, KL Bloomfield, MS Gregory, ...
Molecular human reproduction 7 (12), 1159-1165, 2001
102001
Comparing Australian sophomore science experiences across the Pacific
MS Gregory, PA McDonnell
The 19th National Conference on Students in Transition, 2012
42012
The reluctance of scientists to engage in peer review of teaching: Finding the way forward
S Cresswell, S Gregory, D Watters
Teaching for Learning and Learning for Teaching, 227-246, 2015
32015
Laboratory practical experience: an innovative and distinctive approach to student learning
G Di Trapani, SJ Gregory, F Clarke
Proceedings of The Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education, 2012
32012
Australian students transitioning through the “lost year” of higher education
MSJ Gregory, W Loughlin, G Harrison, J Lodge, PA McDonnell, J West, ...
Proceedings of The Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education, 2013
22013
Motivated and engaged students via co-operative problem-based learning
SJ Gregory, F Clarke, M Bridgestock
Proceedings of The Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education, 2012
22012
Comparing second year student experiences across the Pacific
GJ Harrison, SJ Gregory
Proceedings of the Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education, 2012
22012
Great Expectations or Simply Realistic? An Exploration of Second Year Undergraduate Expectations of Science Programs of Study at an Australian University.
MSJ Gregory, C Klopper, W Loughlin
International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 32 (2 …, 2020
2020
Use of PebblePad to Develop Scaffolded Critical Reflection in Scientific Practice
MSJ Gregory, PR Johnston
Blended Learning Designs in STEM Higher Education, 311-337, 2019
2019
Speed Dating Social Media Connectivity in Higher Education
MSJ Gregory, S Cresswell
Proceedings of The Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics …, 2017
2017
Enhancing the 2nd Year Student Experience: How to be the Guide-on-the-Side
MSJ Gregory
Students Transitions Achievements Retention Success (STARS) 2015, 2015
2015
Transition2: Supporting students in transition into and through the second year experience
SJ Gregory, G Harrison, S King, K Lindsay
17th International First Year Higher Education Conference 2014 17, 76, 2014
2014
Developing and promoting student discussion capacity in the classroom
SJ Gregory, M Bridgstock, FM Clarke
ComScIE2014, 2013
2013
Cementing Core Concepts with Crafty Constructions
SJ Gregory, F Clarke
Proceedings of The Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education, 2012
2012
Don't dumb it down-mix it up!(Maintaining academic standards and enhancing metabolic biochemistry student learning capacities)
MSJ Gregory, I Cock
Proceedings of The Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education, 2012
2012
Building a supportive learning and teaching culture for science academics
MSJ Gregorya, W Loughlinb, J Lodgec, G Harrisond
CONFERENCE ON SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS EDUCATION 2012, 43, 2012
2012
Don’t dumb it down–mix it up! Engaging and enhancing metabolism student learning capacity without dumbing down content or assessment standards
MS Gregory, I Cock
Proceedings of the Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics …, 2012
2012
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