Iain Hay

Dr Hay has extensive experience in strategic project development and management. He has been a senior public servant in both Education Queensland and NSW Department of Education, where he was responsible for developing policy, programs and procedure in student welfare/wellbeing and support focusing on teenage mothers and their children. He also served on several inter-governmental advisory groups to develop the NSW Government Youth Policy. Iain has also been responsible for policy development and program management in Indigenous education; gender and equity; support services; and education facilities research. Iain has over 20 years of experience teaching in early childhood, primary and middle school settings in state schools, Catholic schools and independent private schools. He has extensive experience as a professional development and adult educator. Iain's teaching and research interests are interrelated, they sit within the domains of adult education, professional development and learning, student experience and success, student welfare and wellbeing, leadership theory, policy and practice, education settings and environments. Iain employs a student-centred and research-based teaching approach. He is committed to equity and social justice in education. Iain is a member of the Australian College of Educators and is a registered teacher with the Queensland College of Teachers. Iain’s research has been used for the design and construction of $14.5M purpose-built centre for young mothers and their children in education and training at Canberra College. His research examining the success of education programs for young mothers has played an influential role in a new $14.5 million CCCares facility to be built at the Woden campus of Canberra College. His research set out to inform education policy frameworks that aim to improve educational outcomes for young mothers and their children through school-based programs.

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Online teaching: Using Zoom to connect with learners (Coursera)

Using cloud-based video conferencing platforms such as Zoom has become, for many people, a part of everyday life. This is particularly true for learners of all ages who are now spending more time online connecting with their peers or studying remotely. To ensure a successful learning experience for our [...]
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Online education: The foundations of online teaching (Coursera)

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Online education: The foundations of online teaching (Coursera)
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In a world that’s quickly becoming dominated by mobile technology, flexible working opportunities and a post-pandemic economy, online learning is here to stay. This course introduces you to the basics of reimagining, redesigning and optimising face-to-face offerings for the online environment so that learners feel connected, engaged and motivated [...]
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Create video, audio and infographics for online learning (Coursera)

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Create video, audio and infographics for online learning (Coursera)
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Multimodal texts make learning interesting. Video, podcasts and infographics not only have the capability to excite and engage, but to reach a broader demography of learners who don’t thrive on verbal language knowledge acquisition and exchange alone. Multimodal texts provide a variety of ways in which to communicate and [...]
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