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Dr Llew Mann

Director of STEM Practice Academy

Biography

Dr Llew Mann is the Director of STEM Transformation in the Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology at Swinburne University of Technology. He has a BE (Mech&Space) Hons I, BSc (Physics), a PhD & GCEd from the University of Queensland. He has over 10 years of experience in engineering education research, both in Australia and in the USA. His research interests include engineering and STEM education, innovative pedagogies, professionalism in engineering, sustainability, scholarship of teaching and learning, engineering design & design thinking, and the K-12 pipeline. Llew has a particular interest in using qualitative research methodologies to explore the experiences and practices of students and professionals alike, including phenomenography and narrative analysis.

Llew was awarded an OLT Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning in 2012 along with two collaborators “For enhancing academics’ scholarly activities to influence student learning, by coordinating and leading an innovative Community of Practice and comprehensive ‘Scholarship of Teaching’ program”.

Research interests

engineering education; Higher Education; STEM; Education

PhD candidate and honours supervision

Higher degrees by research

Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Principal Supervisor.

Honours

Available to supervise honours students.

Fields of Research

  • Higher Education - 130103
  • Science, Technology And Engineering Curriculum And Pedagogy - 130212
  • Specialist Studies In Education Not Elsewhere Classified - 130399

Awards

  • 2011, National, OLT Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning, Office of Learning & Teaching

Publications

Also published as: Mann, Llew; Mann, L.; Mann, Llewellyn; Mann, Llewellyn L.
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