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GradDipTchg(NIE), M.S.Ed(CU), PhD(Otago)Dr Kin Loke 2019 thumbnail

Teaching & Learning Professional Practice Fellow; Occupational & Aviation Medicine Unit (OAMU)

Contact Details

Mob +64 21 0830 6142
Email swee.kin.loke@otago.ac.nz

Role within the department

Since 2003, Dr Kin Loke has been a staff/academic developer supporting teachers in the use of educational technologies at the Ministry of Education (Singapore), the Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), the Otago Polytechnic and the University of Otago. At OAMU, Dr Loke supports lecturers in designing and developing their online courses.

Publications

Moskal, A. C. M., Loke, S.-K., & Hung, N. (2016). Challenges implementing social constructivist learning approaches: The case of Pictation. Proceedings of the 33rd Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE) Conference: Show Me The Learning. (pp. 446-454). Retrieved from http://2016conference.ascilite.org/

McDonald, J., & Loke, S.-K. (2016). Discursive constructions of teacher in an educational technology journal. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 32(5), 77-93. doi: 10.14742/ajet.2787

Al-Sallami, H., & Loke, S.-K. (2016). Using a coagulation simulation software to learn a complex dose-response relationship. In N. Wright (Ed.), Proceedings of the Distance Education Association New Zealand (DEANZ) Conference: There and Back: Charting Flexible Pathways in Open, Mobile and Distance Education. (pp. 130-133). Retrieved from http://conference.deanz.org.nz/

Loke, S.-K., & Golding, C. (2016). How to do things with mouse clicks: Applying Austin’s speech act theory to explain learning in virtual worlds. Educational Philosophy & Theory, 48(11), 1168-1180. doi: 10.1080/00131857.2016.1138394

Loke, S.-K. (2015). How do virtual world experiences bring about learning? A critical review of theories. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 31(1), 112-122.