Senior Lecturer - Methods of Research and Enquiry
Phone: +649 921 9999 ext. 7023
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhysical Address:
AUT North Shore Campus
90 Akoranga Drive
Mail No. A-25
Private Bag 92006
EdD, MEd, BA
Jane is involved in facilitating blended teaching and learning strategies to optimise learning engagement. She is involved in the ongoing development, implementation and evaluation of the Methods of Research and Enquiry paper 556301, a shared paper in the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences.
Jane also facilitates interprofessional education and collaborative practice opportunities with students in their final year of undergraduate study.
Jane believes it is imperative that AUT continues to foster an environment where high quality teaching and learning is aspired to. Her belief is that students who choose to attend this university come from diverse cultural and social orientations and that the teaching and learning environment is potentially rich in both individual experiences and contributions that these students make.
Jane's aim is to continue pushing the boundaries of teaching and learning innovation to best serve the learning needs of students, towards individual and collaborative knowledge construction and application.
McNaughton, S., & Morgan, C. J. (November 2015). Preparing students for a new interprofessional service: Before, during and after experiential learning in clinical practice. Presentation at Interprofessional Education Showcase: Evidence and Application. University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Gaeta, H., Morgan, C. J., McNaughton, S., & Bowmar, A. (November, 2015). Group work in a health science paper: An analysis of student learning and academic outcomes. Presentation at TERNZ conference, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.
Morgan, C. J. (October, 2015). Emergent interprofessionalism in the graduate year of clinical practice: A temporal process at the interface of professions. Presentation at the Interprofessional Health, Education and Practice International Conference. Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia.
Morgan, C. J. (2014). Emergent interprofessionalism: An exploratory study of health graduates' transition into contemporary professional practice. (Doctoral Thesis, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland New Zealand). Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10292/7884
Morgan, C. J. (2014). Overview of research approaches. In V. Wright-St. Clair, D. Reid, S. Shaw, & J. Ramsbotham (Eds.), Evidence-based health practice (pp. 16-25). Victoria, Australia: Oxford University Press.
Morgan, C. J. (2012). Emergent dual practice: Graduates' practice at the interface of professional boundaries. Paper presented at the 2nd New Zealand Interprofessional Health Conference. Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.
Morgan, C. J. (2012). Graduates' emergent dual practice: Interrelated features of graduates' roles working at the interface of professional and collaborative practice. Poster presented at 2nd New Zealand Interprofessional Health Conference. Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.
Morgan, C. J. (2007). Providing a bridge: Redefining academic and specialist speech. Paper presented at the 2nd National Conference of Enabling Educators, Newcastle, 2007.
Morgan, C. J. (2006). ‘The me I see’: Engagement through a multi faceted assessment. Paper presented at the 6th Conference of the New Zealand Association of Bridging Educators, Auckland, 2006
Morgan, C. J. (2004). Challenges for educators in meeting the needs of students bridging into tertiary education. Paper presented at the 4th Conference of the New Zealand Association of Bridging Educators, Auckland, 2004
Harford, V., Morgan, C. J., & Watt, H. (2003). Connections: Educators-Students-Strategies. Paper presented at the 3rd Conference of New Zealand Bridging Educators, Auckland, 2003