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Jane Stewart

Academic Staff Member, Professional Development and Adult Learning, and Adult Education


Qualifications

  • 1998 Post Graduate Certificate, Honours Class 2A, New Zealand Evaluation Training Programme
  • 1995 Masters of Education, First Class Honours
  • 1991 Certificate in Adult Teaching
  • 1977 Diploma of Teaching
  • 1975 B.A.

Work Experience

  • 2002-current Academic Staff Member, Professional Development Unit, The Waikato Institute of Technology
  • 1996-2002 Education Development Officer, RNZCGP, Stage I, Intensive Clinical Training Programme
  • 1995-96 Skills Adviser, Education and Training Support Agency, Hamilton Office
  • 1995 Commonwealth Relations Trust Bursar in Adult Education
  • 1994 First semester: Part-time, temporary lectureship, School of Education, University of Waikato
  • 1992-4 Tutor, School of Education, University of Waikato
  • 1988-90 Tutoring, Waiariki Polytechnic, Taupo Regional Centre
  • 1988 Access Tutor, Te Kohanga Reo Trust Training Branch, Taupo
  • 1987 Relieving Teacher, Waikato Education Board. Tutor, REAP (Rural Educational Activities Programme) Taupo
  • 1985-88 Regional Tutor, Massey University Extramural Studies; Department of Education, Human Development Paper

Areas of Specialisation

  • Diploma in Adult Learning and Teaching (Introduction to Research Methods & Educational Theory)
  • Bachelor of Applied Social Science (Ethics in Professional Practice & Principles and Practices of Adult Education)
  • Certificate in Adult Teaching

Research & Scholarly Activity

Publications

  • Stewart, J., & Hyde, P. (2002). Learning from the learners: What do trainees want from general practice vocational education? Asia Pacific Family Medicine, 1(1), 28-32.
  • Stewart, J.M., Hyde P., & Tracey J.M. (2001). General practitioners' preferences for vocational education through distance learning. New Zealand Family Physician, 23(3), 50 - 56.
  • Stewart, J. (1999). "To be like any good GP": a qualitative study of General Practice Vocational Training Programme participants' perceptions of learning general practice. New Zealand Family Physician, 26(5), 43-49.
  • Stewart, J. (1998). [Review of the book Words in edgeways: Radical learning for social change]. New Zealand Journal of Adult Learning, 26(1), 80-82.
  • Stewart, J.M. (1996). Feminists working for change in the New Zealand Association for Community and Continuing Education (NZACCE): 1982-1992. Studies in Continuing Education, 18(2), 169-181.
  • Stewart, J. (1995). Filling the Gaps. AKINA, 50, 6-8.
  • Stewart, J., Jury D.L., & Horrobin, P.L. (1994). Graduate study in education. INPUT, 16(1).
  • Stewart, J. (1994). Interview with Ngaire Te Hira, Dorothy McGray and Alan Addison. AKINA, 47, 32-34.

Conference presentations

  • Stewart, J., Hyde, P. (2001, July). Where have they come from … where do they go? A profile of the medical practitioners participating in the RNZCGP General Practice Education Programme from 1991 to 2000. Paper presented at ANZAME Annual Conference, Wellington.
  • Stewart, J. (2001, May). Bridging the cultural gap. Paper presented at National Medical Education Meeting, The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, Canberra..
  • Stewart, J., Hyde, P., & Tracey, J.M. (2000, June). From a distance: GPs' learning preferences. Paper presented at WONCA Asia Pacific Regional Conference & RNZCGP Annual Conference, Christchurch.
  • Stewart, J., & Hyde, P. (2000, June). Learning from the learners: What do trainees want from general practice vocational education? Paper presented at WONCA Asia Pacific Regional Conference and RNZCGP Annual Conference, Christchurch.
  • Stewart, J. (1998, October). Qualitative study of the participants' experiences of the GPVTP. Paper presented at General Practice Research Weekend, Wellington School of Medicine, Wellington.
  • Stewart, J. (1998, July). The experience of learning general practice: a case study of 1997 GPVTP Auckland participants. Paper presented at the RNZCGP Annual Conference, Queenstown.

Unpublished papers

  • Stewart, J. (2001). The feasibility of a rural placement programme for PGYII trainee doctors. Report to the Clinical Training Agency, Christchurch.
  • Stewart, J.M. (1995). 'Women's Work': The New Zealand Association for Community and Continuing Education (NZACCE) 1982 - 1992. Unpublished master's thesis, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.