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Lenore Adie is a Senior Research Fellow with the Assessment, Evaluation and Student Learning Research Program in the Learning Sciences Institute Australia, ACU. Her research focuses on assessment and moderation processes as these contribute to supporting teachers’ pedagogical practices and student learning. She has a further interest in the enactment of assessment policy and the validity of assessment processes. Sociocultural theories of learning are utilised within her work to interpret this dynamic context. Lenore has worked as a primary school teacher and in administration positions in state and private schools within Queensland, Australia.

Research interests

  • Moderation
  • Enacted assessment practices
  • Assessment for learning and teachers’ work
  • Doctoral study investigated assessment and online moderation processes focusing on the formation of teacher identity

Competitive grants and projects

2016 Wyatt-Smith, C., Cumming, J., Unsworth, L., Humphrey, S., Adie, L., Jackson, C., Neville, M. Research partnerships and improvement science: using data to inform the teaching of writing and assessment. (Education Horizon 2016 grant scheme)
2015-2016 Cumming, J., Adie, L., & van der Kleij, F. To strengthen the professional agency of teachers and thereby their impact on learning in the Craigslea State High School context
2014-2015 The role of principals and teachers as instructional leaders: Improving the quality of science teaching in Catholic primary schools

Research consultancy projects

2015 Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority: Klenowski, V., & Adie, L. Accreditation of Panelists.
2014 – South Australia Department for Education and Child Development: Klenowski, V., & Adie, L. Online moderation.
2014-2015 Queensland University of Technology, LTU Grant: Adie, L., & Beutel, D. Moderation at QUT.
2014 Queensland University of Technology, LTU Grant: Adie, L., Bahr, N., Mergler, A., Spooner-Lane, R., Hepple, E., Alford, J., Henderson, D., Tangen, D., Chandra, V., Van Leent, L., Mukherjee, M., Nutchey, D., & Yeh, A. Establishing a community of practice in quality higher education research, teaching and learning in the Faculty of Education.
2014 Queensland University of Technology & the Queensland Department of Education and Training: Hudson, P., Bahr, N., Beutel, D., Adie, L., Crosswell, L., Willis, J., Spooner-Lane, R., Chalmers, C., & Curtis, E.. Mentoring early career teachers.
2013-2014 Brisbane Catholic Education: Adie, L., & Diezmann, C. Beyond CTJ.
2013-2014 Queensland University of Technology, Faculty T & L Grant: Adie, L., & Beutel, D. Moderation in Field Experience.
2011 Queensland University of Technology, Faculty T & L Grant: Adie, L., Lloyd, M., & Beutel, D. Moderation practices in the Faculty of Education.
2010-2011 Queensland University of Technology, Women in Research Grant: Adie, L. Learning as a result of moderation meetings.
2010-2011 Queensland University of Technology, Faculty T & L Grant: Bahr, N., Kidman, G. Adie, L. Barton, G., Campbell, M., Crosswell, L., McLennan, A., O‘Gorman, L., Tangen, D., and Wauchope, M. Improving Success in Field Experience.
2010-2014 Queensland University of Technology, Internal Grant, Real world projects: Adie, L., & Willis, J. Part 1: Standards in the Australian Curriculum. Phase 2: The use of annotations to support an understanding of the Australian Curriculum standards.
2010 Queensland University of Technology, Internal Grant, Real world projects: Adie, L., Duke, J., & Willis Jill. Portable Learning.
2010 Queensland University of Technology, Faculty T & L Grant: Adie, L., & Millwater, J. The ‘Longreaching’ effect of QUT professional experience.
2010 Queensland University of Technology: Hudson, P., Hudson S., & Adie, L. Teacher education done differently: EDB023, SCIL.
2008 Queensland University of Technology, Faculty T & L Grant: Adie, L; lloyd, M., Klenowski., V, & Chandra, V. ICT in education.

Dr Lenore Adie Curriculum Vitae

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