Académicos / Claustro / Stephen Darwin / UAH

Académicos / Claustro /

Stephen Darwin / UAH

Doctor en Filosofía, Educación Superior, The Australian National University, Australia.

CONTACTO: sdarwin@uahurtado.cl

LÍNEA DE INVESTIGACIÓN: Educación y trabajo: Trayectorias juveniles y transición escuela y mundo del trabajo

CARGO ACTUAL: Académico y Coordinador de Investigaciones del Departamento de Inglés de la Facultad de Educación de la Universidad Alberto Hurtado.

GRADOS ACADÉMICOS: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Higher Education, The Australian National University Master of Education, Queensland University of Technology, Australia Graduate Certificate in Instructional Design, Deakin University, Australia. Bachelor of Arts (Humanities), Griffith University, Australia.

TEMAS DE INTERÉS: Aprendizaje en la educación postobligatoria (incluida la educación superior y técnico-vocacional), evaluación de los estudiantes, diseño de aprendizaje de la formación docente, transiciones de la escuela a la educación superior, métodos de investigación educativa.

2018: Darwin, S., & Barahona, M. A. Can an outsider become an insider? Analysing the effect of action research in initial EFL teacher education programs. Educational Action Research. doi:10.1080/09650792.2018.1494616

2017: Darwin S. What work is student evaluation actually doing in contemporary higher education? Studies in Educational Evaluation. Vol. 54, September 2017 doi: 10.1016/ j.stueduc.2016.08.002

2016: Darwin, S. The emergence of contesting motives for student feedback-based evaluation in Australian higher education. Higher Education Research & Development, Vol.35, No.3, pp.419-432. doi: 10.1080/07294360.2015.1107879

2012: Darwin, S. Moving beyond face value: re-envisioning higher education evaluation as a generator of professional knowledge. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, Vol.37 No.6. doi: 10.1080/02602938.2011.565114

2011: Darwin, S. Learning in Activity: Exploring the methodological potential of Action Research in Activity Theorising of Social Practice. Educational Action Research, Vol.19, No.2. doi: 10.1080/09650792.2011.569230

2007: Darwin, S. The changing contexts of vocational education: implications for institutional vocational learning. International Journal of Training Research, Vol.5, No.1. doi: 10.5172/ijtr.5.1.55

2016: Darwin, S. Student Evaluation—Reconceptualising the Student Voice. Springer Publications: Amsterdam. ISBN 978-3-319-41893-3

2015: Darwin, S. Chile: Is it the end of the road for for-profit post-secondary education? Observatory on Borderless Higher Education. Available at: http://www.obhe.ac.uk/what_we_do/news_articles_reports/news_analysis/news_analysis_ga3_19jun15

2015: Darwin, S. & Archer, W. International Postgraduate Research Students: The UK’s Competitive Advantage. Report for Universities UK. Tribal Group: London.

2015: Darwin, S. & Archer, W. International Postgraduate Taught Students: The UK’s Competitive Advantage. Report for Universities UK. Tribal Group: London.

2015: Darwin, S. & Archer, W. International Undergraduate Taught Students: The UK’s Competitive Advantage. Report for Universities UK. Tribal Group: London.

2013: Darwin, S., Corbel, C., Forward, P. & Wheelahan, L. Building Future Capabilities for Vocational Education: Why high-level teaching qualifications matter for TAFE teachers. Australian Education Union, Southbank.

2010: Darwin, S. Pathways of good intentions? The Australian TAFE Teacher, Vol. 44, No. 3., Spring 2010

2004: Darwin, S. Transforming VET Teaching: from a training to learning paradigm.  Australian Journal of Vocational Education and Training in Schools, Vol.5 2004-2005

2014: Darwin, S. Australian students are now set to pay more for less. The Guardian (May 19). Accessible at: http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/may/19/australian-students-are-now-set-to-pay-more-for-less

2012: Darwin, S. Why cuts are damaging ANU’s reputation. Canberra Times (May 17). Accessible at: http://www.canberratimes.com.au/federal-politics/why-cuts-are-damaging-the-anus-reputation-20120516-1yr9p.html

2008: Darwin, S. The transformation of the Chinese Vocational Education System. Campus Review, Vol. 18 No. 25 (June 24)

2007: Darwin, S. The VET factory: how much industry is too much? Campus Review, Vol. 17 No.46 (November 20)

2007: Darwin, S. Time for a Real Debate. Campus Review, Vol. 17 No.33, (August 21)

2018 – 2021: Núcleo Milenio en Ciencias Sociales. Experiencias de los Estudiantes de la Educación superior en Chile: ¿Por qué y para qué? Adjunct Researcher

2017 – 2020: FONDECYT de Iniciación en Investigación. Proyecto No.11170314 Strengthening student evaluative feedback as a catalyst for improving the quality of teaching and learning in Chilean universities. Investigador Principal