Ms Gail Tillman
Indigenous Education and Research (Indigenous Education)
- Phone:(02) 4921 5388
Current PhD Candidate: 'Does the Journey ever end: Exploring the cultural learning journey of students in first year online courses.' *Due for completion- December, 2019.
Worimi Local Aboriginal Land Council
Graduate Union-Graduate House. University of Melbourne.
AIATSIS- Current member
Tillman, G and Gilbert, S. (2014), ‘Embedding Wollotuka’s cultural protocols at the coal face of teaching in higher education’, World Indigenous Peoples Conference: Education, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.
Tillman, G. (2015),‘Facilitating the creation of knowledge within an e-learning framework to develop critical thinking skills’, International Conference on Distance Education and Learning. (ICDEL) Hong Kong.
Tillman, G. (2016), 'Does the journey ever end? Exploring the cultural learning journey of students in university first year online courses' Hawaii University International Conferences: STEM Education Conference. Honolulu, Hawaii. USA.
Tillman, G. (2019), 'Cultural learning for professional practice in online courses.' University of Technology, Sydney. Professional Practice, Education and Learning. (ProPEL). Sydney
Gail K. Tillman, 'Facilitating the Creation of Knowledge within an e-Learning Framework to Develop Critical Thinking Skills,' International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 166-169, 2016.
Gilbert, S and Tillman, G. (2017). 'Teaching Practise Utilising Embedded Indigenous Cultural Standards.' The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education. 46. 1-9. 10.1017/jie.2017.4.
Tillman, G and Phelan, L. (2019) 'Applying cultural pedagogy into online teaching practices'. (Pending submission).
2015- Academic Division Award for Teaching Excellence and Contribution to Student Learning. The University of Newcastle
2015-The Vice Chancellors Award for Teaching Excellence and Contribution to Student Learning. The University of Newcastle.
2016-The Australian Awards for University Teaching. (AAUT) Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning.
'... for innovation in the provision of Aboriginal Studies within an online format to a diverse cohort, that empowers critical student reflection and cultural learning journeys.'
- Master of Education in Adult Education, University of Technology Sydney
- Bachelor of Education (Adult Education), University of Technology Sydney
- Certificate IV in Workplace Assessment & Training, Boorongen Djugan College - Australia
- Bachelor of Education (Secondary)(Indigenous Stud), Australian Catholic University
- Graduate Certificate in Indigenous Research and Leadership, University of Melbourne
- Indigenous Studies
- Indigenous education
- Indigenous pedagogy
- blended delivery
- cultural competence
- cultural competencies
- cultural learning journey
- cultural safety
- online assessment
- online education
Fields of Research
|130299||Curriculum and Pedagogy not elsewhere classified||25|
|130301||Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education||50|
For publications that are currently unpublished or in-press, details are shown in italics.
Journal article (2 outputs)
Gilbert S, Tillman G, 'Teaching Practise Utilising Embedded Indigenous Cultural Standards', AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF INDIGENOUS EDUCATION, 46 173-181 (2017)
|2016||Tillman GK, 'Facilitating the Creation of Knowledge within an e-learning Framework to Develop Critical Thinking Skills', International Journal of Information and Education Technology, Volume 6 166-169 (2016)|
Ms Gail Tillman
Indigenous Education and Research
|Phone||(02) 4921 5388|
|Fax||(02) 4921 6985|
Callaghan, NSW 2308