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Sharon K. Tindall-Ford

Sharon K. Tindall-Ford

Sharon K Tindall-Ford is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at the University of Wollongong. Her research has focused on making a positive change for school students, pre- and in-service teachers. Her work in cognitive load theory (CLT) has investigated how CLT effects of modality, imagination and self-management can inform teachers’ instructional design to support student learning.  Sharon’s more recent research has focused on two key inter-related areas: teacher policy (including teacher education), and pre-service and teacher learning.

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Teacher and leader motivation for school-university partnerships
Teacher and leader motivation for school-university partnerships

Researchers at the University of Wollongong in New South Wales have been working with teachers and school leaders around Australia to better understand what motivates them to be involved in school-university partnerships. Here they share some of their study findings.


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