Current project:
2017 - 2018

Multiliteracies-based e-assessments: Guidelines for effective assessment for learning in Level 2-5 programmes post-qual review - with 4 institutions - Ara Institute of Canterbury, Nelson-Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT), Te Tapuae o Rehua (with the He Toki Maori apprenticeship) and Unitec.

Projects completed:

Chan, S. (2013). Learning a trade: Becoming a trades person through apprenticeship. 
(project report and resources for apprentices (short video and accompanying summary) and 'coaches' poster to improve feedback are available on the project's website as well)

Chan, S., McEwan, H., &  Taylor, D. (2013). Extending hospitality students’experiences of real-world practice. Chan, S., McEwan, H. & Taylor, D. (2013). Extending hospitality students’ experiences of real-world practice. 
Chan, S. &  Jenkins, M. (2012). Institutional programme design strategiessupporting forced change: Guidelines derived from case studies of the February 22nd 2011 Christchurch earthquake.

Chan, S. Fisher, K., & Sauer, P. (2012) Situatedtechnology-enhanced learning thorugh development of interactive etextboks on net tablets. 

       Chan, S. (2011). Belonging, becoming and being: Perspectives of first-year apprentices’ experiences in the workplace. 

     Chan, S. &  Leijten, F. (2010). Guidelines for using video to study workshop or workplace-based trades learning

Chan, S. (2009) The scholarship of craftsmanship: The perspectives of trades people becoming vocational educators. 

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