Senior Lecturer in Statistics, First-Year Learning and Teaching Coordinator (Science & Technology), School of Science & Technology
Phone: +61 2 6773 3584
Jackie is an experienced educator and researcher with over 25 years’ experience in higher education in Australia and overseas. She is a senior lecturer in statistics and the First-year Learning and Teaching Coordinator (Science and Technology). Research interests include statistics education and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Jackie works to encourage and facilitate academic engagement with best practice in learning and teaching, and enhance the learning experience for students transitioning to higher education.
Jackie has been project leader on a number of projects involved with first- year higher education, including an OLT Extension Grant. She is also involved in a $1,000,000 cross-institutional OLT project that aims to engage university academics and community professionals to enhance the professional training of pre-service teachers in science and mathematics education.
Jackie also provides statistical assistance for honours students, post-graduate students, and academic staff within the Sciences. She has published in a range of areas including statistics education, STEM education, academic development, animal production and biophysics.
BSc (Hons) (Adel), MScStud (NE), GradDipAdEd&Trng (NE)
UNE Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning, 2016
School of Science and Technology Excellence in Teaching Award, 2015
Vice Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Learning and Teaching, 2008
- Statistics Education Research
- Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)
|Date of Funding||Grant Title||Funding Body||Grant Amount|
Balancing the Equation: A mentoring program for first-year female students in STEM
Higher Education Participation Program
Acquiring and applying a shared meaning of quantitative skills (QS) across core first year science units with a focus on distance education
Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching
It’s Part of My Life: Engaging university and community to enhance science and mathematics education
|Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching|
|2013-2014||First Year Experience: First Year Teaching and Learning Network Coordinator (S&T)||Higher Education Participation Program||$25,000|
Selected Recent Publications
Reid, J. & Wilkes, J. (2016). Developing and applying quantitative skills maps for STEM curricula, with a focus on different modes of learning, International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, DOI:10.1080/0020739X.2016.1144814.
Clark, J., Gurney, L.J., Lawrence, S., Leece, R., Malouff, J.M., Masters, Y., Reid, J., Tasker, I., Valenzuela-Abaca, F., Wilkes, J. (2015). Embedding an institution-wide capacity building opportunity around transition pedagogy: First Year Teaching and Learning Network Coordinators. International Journal of the First Year in Higher Education 6, 1, 107–119.
Malouff, J.M., Reid, J., Wilkes, J., Emmerton, A.J. (2015). Using the Results of Teaching Evaluations to Improve Teaching: A Case Study of a New Systematic Process. College Teaching 63, 1, 3–7.
Salvemini, I., Gau, D., Reid, J., Bagatolli, L.A., Macmillan, A., Moens, P. (2014). Low PIP₂ molar fractions induce nanometer size clustering in giant unilamellar vesicles. Chemistry and Physics of Lipids 177, 51–63.
Clarke, C.T., Reid, J. (2013). Foundational academic development: building collegiality across divides?. International Journal for Academic Development 18, 4, 318–330.
Reid, N., Reid, J., Hoad, J., Green, S., Chamberlain, G., Scott, J.M. (2013). Five-year survival and growth of farm forestry planting of native trees and radiata pine in pasture affected by position in the landscape. Animal Production Science 53, 8, 817-826.
Wilkes, J. & Reid, J. (2015) Mapping Quantitative Skills (QS) in First-year Engineering in a Blended Learning Environment. Proceedings of the Australasian Association for Engineering Education (AAEE) Conference
Reading, C.E., Reid, J. (2010). Reasoning about variation: Rethinking theoretical frameworks to inform practice. Ljubljana, Slovenia: International Association for Statistical Education (IASE) & International Statistical Institute (ISI).
Reid, J., Reading, C.E. (2010). Developing a framework for reasoning about explained and unexplained variation. Ljubljana, Slovenia: International Association for Statistical Education (IASE) & International Statistical Institute (ISI).
Wilkes, J. & Reid, J. (2015) Leadership in the Academy: First Year Curriculum Change in Quantitative Skills. Presented at the 12th Annual Conference of International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) October, 2015.
Giagos, V., Gunn, S., MacgIllivray, H., Morphett, A. and Reid, J. (2015) Criterion-based assessment of statistical reasoning, thinking and literacy – early stages. Workshop presented at the Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education, Perth.
Reid, J., Smith, E., Iamsuk, N., McGuren, T., Miller, J. and Wilkes, J. (2015). Will this improve my teaching? Academics mentoring female students in STEM. Proceedings of the Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education, Perth.
Woolcott, G., Harris, A, Reid, J. & Whannel, R. (2014) Enhancing Mathematics and Science Teacher Education in Regional Australia: Modules for Primary Mathematics Pre-service teachers. Presented at the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia (MERGA) Conference, Sydney.
Wilkes, J. & Reid, J., (2014). Quantitative Skills in the First Year Science Curriculum: reflections on a collaborative journey. Proceedings of the Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education, Sydney.