Associate Professor Gerry Rayner
Gerry has extensive experience in academic leadership in teaching and student learning. At Monash University, Gerry developed and led a range of educational and course-related projects, initiatives and teams to enhance educator capacity and skills. He was instrumental in developing and expand the Monash Continuing Education Excellence Development (CEED) program, for online and blended, flexible academic professional development. With an academic background as a biologist and education specialist, Gerry has focussed, in the past two decades, on innovation and scholarly research in higher education. His research interests include the development, integration and evaluation of work-integrated learning (WIL), academic professional learning and development, curriculum design and renewal, development and enhancement of student communication skills, and student peer-assisted learning (PAL)
Education; higher education; academic development; work-integrated learning
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Principal Supervisor.
Available to supervise honours students.
Fields of Research
- Curriculum And Pedagogy - 390100
- Higher Education - 390303
Also published as: Rayner, Gerry; Rayner, G.; Rayner, Gerard; Rayner, G. M.; Rayner, Gerard Michael; Rayner, Gerry M.; Rayner, Gerry Michael; Raynor, Gerard M.
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