Rachael Hains-Wesson
Rachael Hains-Wesson
Director, Work-Integrated Learning
Verified email at sydney.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
The impact of performance skills on students' attitudes towards the learning experience in higher education
R Hains-Wesson
Issues in Educational Research 21 (1), 22-41, 2011
152011
A University-Wide ePortfolio Initiative at Federation University Australia: Software Analysis, Test-to-Production, and Evaluation Phases.
R Hains-Wesson, L Wakeling, P Aldred
International Journal of ePortfolio 4 (2), 143-156, 2014
122014
Inspiring connections: The student experience of an online creative arts journal
R Hains-Wesson
Issues in Educational Research 22 (3), 263-282, 2012
122012
A collaborative autoethnography study to inform the teaching of reflective practice in STEM
R Hains-Wesson, K Young
Higher Education Research & Development 36 (2), 297-310, 2017
102017
Practical typology of authentic work-integrated learning activities and assessments
F Kaider, R Hains-Wesson, K Young
Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education, Special Issue, 18 (2), 153-165, 2017
72017
A perspective on supporting STEM academics with blended learning at an Australian university
R Hains-Wesson, R Tytler
Issues in Educational Research 25 (4), 460, 2015
62015
Enhancing courses for employability
F Kaider, R Hains-Wesson
Unpublished report. Deakin, 2015
52015
Why do you write? Creative writing and the reflective teacher
R Hains-Wesson
Higher Education Research & Development 32 (2), 328-331, 2013
52013
Balancing risk? First year performing arts students' experience of a community arts event
R Hains-Wesson, A Campbell
Issues in Educational Research 24 (3), 320-342, 2014
32014
Multimodal Theatre Experiences: Africa and 2 Dimensional Life of Her
R Hains-Wesson
Youth Theatre Journal 27 (1), 34-50, 2013
32013
ePortfolios and Reflective Practice for Food Science Students
L Wakeling, P Aldred, R Hains-Wesson
Research in Food Science Education 17 (2), 52-59, 2018
22018
Sharing stories among teachers
R Hains-Wesson, L Curran
Accounting Education 23 (5), 502-505, 2014
22014
STEM academic teachers’ experiences of undertaking authentic assessment-led reform: A mixed method approach
R Hains-Wesson, V Pollard, F Kaider, K Young
Studies in Higher Education, 1-12, 2019
12019
Creative teaching in STEM
V Pollard, R Hains-Wesson, K Young
Teaching in Higher Education, http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1, 2017
12017
A perspective on third-party providers and study tour programs: A mixed method study.
R Hains-Wesson, M Appleby
Issues in Educational Research 27 (3), 435-452, 2017
12017
Why aren’t we talking? Third-party providers and mobility programs
R Hains-Wesson
Higher Education Research and Development 36 (4), 866-869, 2017
12017
A three-stage process of improvisation for teamwork: Action research
R Hains-Wesson, V Pollard, A Campbell
Issues in educational research 27 (1), 82-98, 2017
2017
Anytime and anywhere: a case study for blended learning
R Hains-Wesson, S McKenzie, S Bangay
Educause review, 1-11, 2015
2015
Theorizing the Imaginary Character in David Holman’s The Small Poppies
R Hains-Wesson
Youth Theatre Journal 29 (2), 91-104, 2015
2015
Secrets: New and Selected Works
R Hains-Wesson
Odd Socks Theatre Company (Australia), 2015
2015
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