On this episode, I Zoom in Ameena Payne, and we chat about her entry to teaching online. We also get into her experiences, best practices, and the future of online learning.
Ameena Payne is an online instructor within the disciplines of education and business in both vocational and higher education at Swinburne Online in Australia. She holds a Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching (Higher Education), Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Diploma of Project Management, and a Certificate IV in Training & Assessment. She is currently pursuing her Master of Education (Research Intensive) at Deakin University where she is a Deakin International Scholarship recipient. Her interests are in learner analytics, assessment design, and technology-enhanced feedback – not to mention equitable education and education reform.
I would like to acknowledge the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation, as the traditional owners of the lands in which I live. I express my gratitude to the Wurundjeri People for their guardianship of this land, for which I have benefited. I pay my respects to all elders of the Kulin Nation, past, present and emerging.
Whilst I am engaging in contemporary knowledge, teaching, and learning, I would also like to pay my respect to the knowledge embedded forever within Indigenous ways of knowing, and Aboriginal Custodianship of Country.