Professor Andrew Gonczi

MA MEd ( hons) Ph D
Professor Andrew Gonczi

C43B - B Block Cumberland Campus
The University of Sydney

Telephone 0418231882

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Biographical details

Andrew was Professor of Education and Dean of the faculty at UTS from 1997 to 2006. In 2006 he was appointed as head of SydneyLearning at University of Sydney. He was an Honorary Professor in the faculty of Education until 2011. Since then has has been an Honorary Professor in FHS. During his time at FHS he has been Acting Director of Clinical Education and is currently Director of Educational Innovation.

Research interests

  • Professional education
  • Educational Assessment
  • Higher education policy

Teaching and supervision

  • Teaching and learning seminar for early career staff/ PG fellows
  • Observation of academic staff teaching
  • Leadership seminar for course directors

Current research students

Project title Degree Research student
A study of strategic leadership and planning in Australian universities: Dawkins to Bradley EdD Therese HOWES
Theoretical framework for Australian private higher education. (Associate supervisor) EdD Sue-ann STANFORD

Current projects

Leadership in curriculum development / review

Selected grants

2011

  • Integration of Academic and Clinical Learning Opportunities - involving the community in graduating excellent clinicians through patient simulation; Alison J, Refshauge K, Gonczi A, McCabe T, McCluskey M, Canning C, Patrick (Blackford) J; University of Sydney/Strategic Teaching Enhancement Project Grant.

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Gonczi, A., Hager, P. (2010). The Competency Model. In Penelope Peterson, Eva Baker and Barry McGaw (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Education, (pp. 403-410). Oxford: Elsevier.

Journals

  • Gonczi, A. (2013). Competency-Based Approaches: Linking theory and practice in professional education with particular reference to health education. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 45(12), 1290-1306. [More Information]
  • Gonczi, A. (2008). Corporate Australia and the 'Education Revolution'. Australian Review of Public Affairs, Sept 08.

2013

  • Gonczi, A. (2013). Competency-Based Approaches: Linking theory and practice in professional education with particular reference to health education. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 45(12), 1290-1306. [More Information]

2010

  • Gonczi, A., Hager, P. (2010). The Competency Model. In Penelope Peterson, Eva Baker and Barry McGaw (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Education, (pp. 403-410). Oxford: Elsevier.

2008

  • Gonczi, A. (2008). Corporate Australia and the 'Education Revolution'. Australian Review of Public Affairs, Sept 08.

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