Acting Head of School
Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext 7952
AUT North Shore Campus
School of Education AR 403
90 Akoranga Drive.
- Master of Arts (Durham, UK)
- Bachelor of Arts (University of Natal, South Africa)
- Honours (Unisa, South Africa)
- University Education Diploma (University of Natal, South Africa)
- Diploma of Specialized Education (Edgewood College of Education, South Africa).
Memberships and Affiliations:
- Currently Deputy Head of School with responsibility for academic programmes and staff in the School of Education.
- Research oversight in the School.
- Lecturer/senior lecturer in teacher education (early childhood, primary and secondary) in South Africa and New Zealand.
- Secondary teacher of Geography.
- Teaching the ethnically diverse student population
- Social Studies
- Professional Inquiry and Practice.
- Migration and settlement
- Key competencies.
Current Research Projects:
- Student perceptions of learning through ePortfolios
- Social Studies and the key competencies.
- Lewis, L. & Gerbic, P. (2012). The student voice in using ePortfolios to address professional standards in a teacher education programme. Journal of Teaching and Learning for Graduate Employability, 3(1), 17-25.
- Lewis, L. (2012). "It's your spell-checked version of yourself": Student perceptions around (re)presenting ‘self’ through eportfolio, pp. 88-93, ePIC Conference Proceedings, London: United Kingdom.
- Gerbic, P., & Lewis, L. (2012). Developing sustainable practice with ePortfolios: taking a blended approach? ASCILITE Conference Proceedings, December 2012, Wellington: New Zealand.
- Gerbic, P., & Lewis, L. (2011). Dimensions of ePortfolios: Research perspectives from a teacher education programme, pp. 19-34. Educational Provocation, School of Education, AUT University.
- Gerbic, P., Lewis, L., & Md Amin, N. (2011). Student perspectives of ePortfolios: Change over four semesters. ASCILITE Conference Proceedings, December 2011, Hobart: Tasmania.
- erbic, P., Lewis, L., & Northover, M. (2009). Student perspectives of ePortfolios: A longitudinal study of growth and development. ASCILITE Conference Proceedings, December 2009, Auckland: New Zealand.