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Dr

Charlotte Clark

Tutor/Teaching Fellow
Anatomy And Neuroscience
Metacognition
Higher education
Assessment
Evaluation
Curriculum development
Reflection
Pedagogy
Blended learning
Biomedical science education
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Dr

Charlotte Clark

 
Division
Medicine, Dentistry And Health Sciences
 
Primary Interest
Educational technologies and innovation
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Dr

Charlotte Clark

 

Dr Charlotte Clark is a lecturer in the Department of Anatomy and Neuroscience. Dr Clark has extensive experience in curriculum review and curriculum design with a focus on constructive alignment of intended learning outcomes to best practice teaching, learning and assessment strategies and incorporation of evidence-based educational innovation and technologies.

Dr Clark has experience teaching in a number of different environments in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom: blended teaching (online and face-to-face); interactive teaching; team-based learning; experiential lab-based teaching; traditional lab demonstrating (molecular biology, neuroscience and anatomy); large and small group tutorials (including the Oxford tutorial system); traditional lectures; and subject coordination. Dr Clark was involved in development of a novel undergraduate biomedical science programme at Imperial College London and is a champion of innovative teaching and learning initiatives grounded in up-to-date pedagogical relevancy. Dr Clark is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (UK) and holds a Postgraduate Diploma in University Teaching and Learning from Imperial College London. Dr Clark completed her PhD at The Queensland Brain Institute, The University of Queensland working with Associate Professor Helen Cooper on Ryk-Wnt signalling pathways. Her work identified a novel role for the non-canonical Wnt signalling pathway in cortical neuron specification. Dr Clark completed an MSc and BSc (Hons) at The University of Otago, New Zealand with research into the role of Fetal Alcohol Exposure on apoptotic pathways during heart development.

Scholarly Works

Displaying the 6 most recent scholarly works by Charlotte Clark.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2019

ASCILITE 2019 Conference Best Full Paper

2018

SFHEA - Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy


2017

FHEA - Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (UK)


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Awards

Credentials

Positions

Positions


Tutor/Teaching Fellow

Anatomy And Neuroscience

Australasian Neuroscience Society

Australasian Neuroscience Society

Australian Collaborative Education Network

ACEN

Australasian Society For Computers In Learning In Tertiary Education

ASCILITE

Advance Higher Education

Advance HE

Education

Education


Postgraduate Diploma in University Learning and Teaching

Imperial College London

Doctor of Philosophy

The University of Queensland

Master of Science

University of Otago

Bachelor of Science with Honours

University of Otago

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