Anna D. Rowe
TitleCited byYear
Student perceptions and preferences for feedback
AD Rowe, LN Wood
Canadian Centre of Science and Education, 2008
1022008
The personal dimension in teaching: why students value feedback
A Rowe
International Journal of Educational Management 25 (4), 343-360, 2011
732011
University student and lecturer perceptions of positive emotions in learning
AD Rowe, J Fitness, LN Wood
International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education 28 (1), 1-20, 2015
612015
What feedback do students want?
A Rowe, L Wood
Australian Association for Research in Education, Conference, 1-9, 2008
532008
'But I thought you were doing that'–Clarifying the role of the host supervisor in experience-based learning
A Rowe, J Mackaway, T Winchester-Seeto
International Journal of Work-Integrated Learning 13 (2), 115, 2012
412012
The role and functionality of emotions in feedback at university: A qualitative study
AD Rowe, J Fitness, LN Wood
The Australian Educational Researcher 41 (3), 283-309, 2014
312014
Developing graduate employability skills and attributes: Curriculum enhancement through work-integrated learning
AD Rowe, KE Zegwaard
292017
That’s not really WIL!–building a typology of WIL and related activities
A Rowe19, T Winchester-Seeto, J Mackaway
2012 Australian Collaborative Education Network National Conference, 246, 2012
262012
Changing perceptions underpinning graduate attributes: A pilot study
A Bosanquet, T Winchester-Seeto, A Rowe
Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia Conference …, 2010
262010
Engaging students: Student preferences for feedback
AD Rowe, LN Wood, P Petocz
Proceedings of the 31st HERDSA Annual Conference, 2008
252008
Understanding the role of negative emotions in adult learning and achievement: A social functional perspective
A Rowe, J Fitness
Behavioral Sciences 8 (2), 27, 2018
152018
Feelings about feedback: The role of emotions in assessment for learning
AD Rowe
Scaling up assessment for learning in higher education, 159-172, 2017
142017
Sharing the load: Understanding the roles of academics and host supervisors in work-integrated learning.
T Winchester-Seeto, A Rowe, J Mackaway
Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education 17 (2), 101-118, 2016
122016
Social inclusion, graduate attributes and higher education curriculum
A Bosanquet, T Winchester-Seeto, A Rowe
Journal of Academic Language and Learning 6 (2), A73-A87, 2012
122012
2016 Good Practice Report-Work Integrated Learning (WIL)
J Sachs, A Rowe, M Wilson
Department of Education and Training, 2016
112016
Smoke and mirrors: graduate attributes and the implications for student engagement in higher education
T Winchester-Seeto, A Bosanquet, A Rowe
Faringdon, UK: Libri Publishing, 2012
92012
Exploring critical success factors for effective collaborative relationships
K McLachlan, MF Amigó, A Rowe, T Winchester-Seeto, J Hutchison, ...
Learning Through Community Engagement, 231-243, 2017
82017
Academic Workload Implications of Assessing Student Learning in Work-Integrated Learning.
AA Bilgin, AD Rowe, L Clark
Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education 18 (2), 167-183, 2017
72017
How to collaborate with peer observation: Learning from each other
A Rowe, I Solomonides, B Handal
Retrieved February 21, 2011, 2010
72010
Transformational learning–Possibilities, theories, questions and challenges
T Winchester-Seeto, K McLachlan, A Rowe, I Solomonides, K Williamson
Learning Through Community Engagement, 99-114, 2017
62017
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