Professor Amanda Henderson

Professor Amanda Henderson

Central Queensland University | Profile

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Blog Posts

  • CMM Series | Stopping ‘Pass the Parcel’ with practice-based student learning

    8th December 2019

    CMM article

    This article was first published in Campus Morning Mail on 8 December 2019

    Graduate capability and employability are regarded as critical success factors for degree programs by universities, industry and students. A common response by the higher education sector to demands for better employability outcomes has been to develop and further work-based experiences for academic credit within degree programs.

    Successful work-based experiences are very dependent on the quality and continuity of academic-industry liaison. Particularly, the value of the opportunities afforded to students is reliant on the understanding each party has about the other’s business: meaningful, responsive and continuing conversations are paramount for worthwhile learning experiences. Ideally, student involvement in work-based encounters then builds student self-efficacy, advances student knowledge and skills, encourages questioning and guides student reflection on practice that advances ways of knowing and working. Read more…


The behaviours of nurses that increase student accountability for learning in clinical practice: An integrative review

Perry C., Henderson A. & Grealish L.


Students take the lead for learning in practice: A process for building self-efficacy into undergraduate nursing education

Henderson A., Harrison P., Rowe J., Edwards S., Barnes M., Henderson S. & Henderson A.


Strengthening attainment of student learning outcomes during work-integrated learning: A collaborative governance framework across academia, industry and students

Henderson, A. & Trede, F.


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