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Kuit, Tracey A. Associate Professor

Faculty Member

  • Associate Professor Teaching-Specialist - School of Chemistry and Molecular Bioscience

Top Publications


    Year Title
    2014 Changing curriculum design to engage students to develop lifelong learning skills in biology
    Published in   International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education
    2015 Leading the way: changing the focus from teaching to learning in large subjects with limited budgets
    Published in   Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education

Research Overview


  • My science research focuses on biochemistry and cell biology with my primary research area being education, specifically best practices in teaching undergraduate science. My research involves employing and evaluating innovative teaching practices using action research cycles with a focus on developing students’ lifelong learning and employability skills. This includes utilising technology to enhance and support student learning. My current projects are in blended teaching and learning strategies, the flipped classroom, ePortfolios and self-reflection to evidence learning, and utilising eNotebooks in laboratory teaching.

Available as Research Supervisor

Selected Publications


Presentations


Other Research Activities


Available as Research Supervisor

Potential Supervision Topics


  • Current Supervision:

    Identifying Science Students’ Professional Identity and Intended Graduate Destinations - Ms Desiare Coronel - BSc (Biology) Hons 2020

    Developing T-shaped science graduates through an exploration of global challenges - Mrs Comfort Hopkins - BSc (Biology) Hons 2020

  • Can Digital Technology Enhance Student Learning in Science?

     

Teaching Overview


  • Tracey is a teaching-intensive academic and a passionate educator with over 10 years experience in tertiary teaching. Tracey is recognised as a leader in Learning and Teaching.

Full Name


  • Tracey Anne Kuit

Mailing Address


  • University of Wollongong

    Northfields Avenue

    Wollongong

    New South Wales (NSW)

    2522

    Australia

Top Publications


    Year Title
    2014 Changing curriculum design to engage students to develop lifelong learning skills in biology
    Published in   International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education
    2015 Leading the way: changing the focus from teaching to learning in large subjects with limited budgets
    Published in   Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education

Research Overview


  • My science research focuses on biochemistry and cell biology with my primary research area being education, specifically best practices in teaching undergraduate science. My research involves employing and evaluating innovative teaching practices using action research cycles with a focus on developing students’ lifelong learning and employability skills. This includes utilising technology to enhance and support student learning. My current projects are in blended teaching and learning strategies, the flipped classroom, ePortfolios and self-reflection to evidence learning, and utilising eNotebooks in laboratory teaching.

Selected Publications


Presentations


Other Research Activities


Potential Supervision Topics


  • Current Supervision:

    Identifying Science Students’ Professional Identity and Intended Graduate Destinations - Ms Desiare Coronel - BSc (Biology) Hons 2020

    Developing T-shaped science graduates through an exploration of global challenges - Mrs Comfort Hopkins - BSc (Biology) Hons 2020

  • Can Digital Technology Enhance Student Learning in Science?

     

Teaching Overview


  • Tracey is a teaching-intensive academic and a passionate educator with over 10 years experience in tertiary teaching. Tracey is recognised as a leader in Learning and Teaching.

Full Name


  • Tracey Anne Kuit

Mailing Address


  • University of Wollongong

    Northfields Avenue

    Wollongong

    New South Wales (NSW)

    2522

    Australia