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Ms Ann-Maree Hammond

Ms Ann-Maree Hammond
Name Ann-Maree Hammond
Position Associate Lecturer (Humanities and Communication)
Section School of Humanities and Communication
Office A424
Location Springfield Campus
Phone +61 7 3470 4278
Extension 4278

BA Arts and BA Education Secondary, Griffith. Master of Teaching and Learning, USQ. Professional Certificate in Indigenous Research, Melbourne Uni. Ann-Maree is a Lecturer in Humanities and Communication within first year courses of the Bachelor of Arts. Ann- Maree teaches three of the core courses for the BART and is focused on interdisciplinary connections which explores students research and develops research skills for humanities education. Working with first year students in core courses is central to her academic role, in resolving research issues commonly faced by students transitioning to university environments. The benefit of working with students in core courses, bring together the experience of students from vast range of cultural and demographic backgrounds the ability to develop solving research problems in their assessments. Ann-Maree enjoys working with current educational perspectives that foster a growth mindsets and challenge cognitive biases. Her approach to course delivery is taught via a mixed mode of seminars, case studies and group activities, with an emphasis on collaborative learning. Participants engage in a range of activities, including structured reflection, academic writing and formal verbal presentations.