Dr Kay Hammond

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Senior Lecturer

Email: kay.hammond@aut.ac.nz

ORCID: ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9275-9003

Academic appointments:

  • Senior Lecturer, Auckland University of Technology (2014 - ongoing)
  • Senior Lecturer, Unitec (2008 - 2014)
  • Research Officer, Massey University (2007 - 2008)
  • Adjunct Professor, International Christian University (2001 - 2007)

Qualifications:

  • PhD, University of Auckland
  • MSc (TESOL), Aston University
  • MA, University of Auckland
  • BA, University of Auckland

Fields of research:

  • Higher Education
  • Learning Sciences
  • Teacher Education and Professional Development of Educators

Professional activities:

Contribution to academic environment

  • Coordinator of the Education Research Circle support group, School of Interprofessional Health Studies / Auckland University of Technology (2019 - ongoing)

Research outputs:

Featured research outputs

  • Hammond, K. (2018). “I need it now!” Developing a formulaic frame phrasebank for a specific writing assessment: Student perceptions and recommendations. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 31. doi:10.1016/j.jeap.2017.11.006

Journal articles

  • Hammond, K. (2019). Experiential learning and peer teaching to develop PowerPoint slide formatting skills. Journal of Effective Teaching in Higher Education, 2(2), 23-41. Retrieved from https://jethe.org/index.php/jethe/article/view/42

  • Hammond, K. (2018). “I need it now!” Developing a formulaic frame phrasebank for a specific writing assessment: Student perceptions and recommendations. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 31. doi:10.1016/j.jeap.2017.11.006

  • Hammond, K., & Powell, C. (2017). Entry-level tertiary student perceptions of challenges when using a wiki: Trust and peer teaching. Unitec ePress Occasional and Discussion Paper Series, 2. Retrieved from http://www.unitec.ac.nz/

  • Hammond, K., & Dee, K. (2017). An exploration of sport and recreation students’ perceptions of relevance of an academic literacy course. International Journal of Innovation and Research in Educational Sciences, 4(3). Retrieved from http://www.ijires.org/index.php/issues?view=publication&task=show&id=278

  • Hammond, K., Thorogood, J., Jenkins, A., & Faaiuaso, D. (2015). A friendly destination: Normalising first-year science student help-seeking through an academic literacy Targeted Learning Session. A Practice Report. The International Journal of the First Year in Higher Education, 6(1). doi:10.5204/intjfyhe.v6i1.276

  • Hammond, K., & Danaher, K. (2012). The value of targeted comic book readers. ELT Journal, 66(2). doi:10.1093/elt/ccr051

  • Hammond, K., & Danaher, K. (2012). The value of targeted comic book readers. English Language Teaching Journal, 66(2). doi:10.1093/elt/ccr051

  • Hammond, K. (2006). More than a game: A critical discourse analysis of a racial inequality exercise in Japan. TESOL QUARTERLY, 40(3), 545-571. doi:10.2307/40264543

Conference contributions

  • Hammond, K., Morgan, J., & Gaeta, H. (2019). “It’s not all about me” - Authentic assessment for teamwork skills and attributes: A work in progress. In AUT Teaching and Learning Conference. Auckland: Auckland University of Technology. Retrieved from https://cflat.aut.ac.nz/

  • Hammond, K. (2018). Quality teaching in the new age of knowledge. In Co-constructing excellence: Recognising, scaffolding and building excellence in university learning and teaching. Hong Kong. Retrieved from https://www.cetl.hku.hk/conf2018/

  • Hammond, K., & Hunting, A. (2018). Art meets science: Academic being and becoming across disciplines. In The 6th International Academics Identity Conference. Hiroshima: Reserch Institute for Higher Education, Hiroshima University.

  • Hammond, K. (2017). Developing student writing and thinking through an assignment-specific academic phrasebank. In CAES International Conference: Faces of English 2: Teaching and Researching Academic and Professional English. Hong Kong. Retrieved from http://caes.hku.hk/facesofenglish2/

  • Gaeta, H., McNaughton, S., Morgan, J., Bowmar, A., Hammond, K., Phipps, C., & Hay, D. (2017). Group work: Developing core competencies that prepare students for 21st century challenges. In Proceedings of the 13th Tertiary Education Research in New Zealand Conference (pp. 38-40). Palmerston North: Research on Teaching and Learning Group, Massey University.

  • Hammond, K., & Dee, K. (2015). A thematic analysis of sport and recreation: Students’ perceptions of the relevance of an academic literacy paper. In TERNZ2015. Auckland. Retrieved from https://guidebook.com/guide/40696/schedule/#date/11-26-2015

  • Hammond, K., & Dee, K. (2015). An exploration of sport and recreation students' perceptions of a compulsory academic literacy paper. In National Tertiary Learning & Teaching Conference. Tauranga: https://sprinz.aut.ac.nz/__data/assets/pdf_file/0010/145999/Katie-Dee-RCRG-Bio.pdf.

  • Hammond, K. (2014). Learning to fish for a lifetime: Personalised mobile academic phrase
    libraries – project proposal.. In Rhetoric and Reality: Critical perspectives on educational technology. Proceedings ascilite (pp. 495-499). Dunedin. Retrieved from http://www.ascilite.org/conferences/dunedin2014/proceedings/

  • Hammond, K. (2014). Presentation skills in changing environments.. In Hikina te manuka! Learning connections in a changing environment: Proceedings of the 2013 annual conference of tertiary learning advisors of Aotearoa/New Zealand (ATLAANZ), 27th-29th November 2013 Vol. 9 (pp. 53-64). Napier: Association of Tertiary Learning Advisors of Aotearoa/New Zealand. Retrieved from http://www.atlaanz.org/

  • Hammond, K. (2013). Presentation skills for changing environments. In ATLAANZ 2013 Conference. Napier.

Oral presentations

  • Hammond, K., Thorogood, J., Jenkins, A., & Faaiuaso, D. (2014). Many birds with one stone: A targeted learning session for first year medical imaging students... Auckland.

  • Peters, C., & Hammond, K. (2012). Bridging over troubled waters: Supporting students through online collaboration with academic support staff.. Auckland.

  • Hammond, K. (2012). How to use your Moodle: Insights from students on online design and social relationships.. Nelson.

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