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About Kathie Ardzejewska

Kathie Ardzejewska is the Manager of the Learning and Teaching Office (LTO) at The University of Notre Dame. Her PhD explored subject epistemology and the role of PE in the NSW primary curriculum. She holds a Bachelor of Applied Arts (Grad Dip Ed) with First Class Honours. Kathie also has formal qualifications in Health Promotion and Applied Science.

At Notre Dame she provides managerial leadership to the LTO team to provide the academic community with support and resources that ultimately aim to enrich the learning and teaching experiences of students. Kathie held the position of Associate Dean (Programs and Quality) at the Australian College of Physical Education from 2012 to 2015 where she taught Indigenous Education, Indigenous Health and Research Methodologies. She was twice awarded an excellence in teaching award as a result of her commitment to the nexus between scholarship and practice in education, health and community. She has worked closely with government bodies especially in relation to standards and health promotion resulting in successful accreditation of courses and awarding of grants. Kathie is a senior leader in the education and health sectors with a keen interest in Non-Government Organisations and the principles of social justice, especially in relation to women and Australia’s First Peoples. She is currently presenting and writing about educational assessment; and the intersection of social determinants and how these play out in physical and emotional wellbeing for people on the margins. 
 

Positions

Present Manager, Learning and Teaching Office, The University of Notre Dame Australia Learning and Teaching Office
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Honors and Awards

  • Scholarship for the neeli (National Excellence in Educational Achievement Initiative) Program

Education

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2009 PhD, Macquarie University, Australia ‐ School of Education
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Contact Information

Dr Kathie Ardzejewska
Manager, LTO
Learning and Teaching Office
Sydney Campus

Ph: 61282044151


Articles (6)

Conference Papers (3)