Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Lisa Watt

 Lisa Watt

BA (Hons) History of Design & Architecture, Master of Arts Cultural History, Post Graduate Certificate in Education

Lisa is an experienced educational practitioner with over fifteen years teaching in both the Higher Education and Further Education contexts, principally within University and TAFE settings, both in the UK and Australia.  Her background and teaching experience is primarily within the creative industries specialism, where she has developed curriculum for all levels of post-compulsory education.  Her undergraduate and post-graduate educational experience is within the humanities discipline, specifically art and design history, with reference to the consumption of such within the social and cultural contexts.  Lisa has extensive experience in the design of high quality, student centred learning and teaching experiences within the creative arts, education and business disciplines, where she places particular importance on the development of subjects in which students are given the opportunity to explore, experiment, discuss and reflect on their learning.

Lisa is currently a Lecturer in Learning and Teaching, supporting the School of Communication and Creative Industries.

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Exploring the sustainability of theory and practice in the discipline of Creative industries education

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VDC Research Paper 'The Use of CAD / CAM Technology and its Application to the Educational Context (2014)

TQEF Research Fund Paper 'The Role of Museums in Higher Education' (2010)

TQEF Research Fund Paper 'Student Progression from FE to HE Case Study' (2005)

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