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Jenny Green MPhil

Senior Lecturer

School of Nursing

I am a senior lecturer within the School of Nursing and teach in both the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, and am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. My philosophy of student-centred learning is underpinned by andragogical [adult, self-directed learning] (Knowles et al., 2011) and heutagogical [autonomous, self-determined learning] (Blaschke, 2012) principles which enable me to build on learners’ prior knowledge, identify areas of new knowledge and fluency within digital learning spaces to support them in taking responsibility for what, when and how they learn. My expertise centres on leading, planning, developing, facilitating and managing excellent experiential learning for students, in combination with mentoring colleagues to enhance their teaching in technology-rich environments. My research topic has been chosen because of my keen interest in andragogical and heutagogical learning and in gaining a greater understanding of what contributes to productive, hybrid learning environments.  Given the global transformations in 2020 that have been requiring emergency responses to support learning in higher education contexts, the timeliness of deepening our understanding of what constitutes productive learning has never been more imperative.

2016: Runner-up Massey University, College of Health, Teaching Excellence Awards: Innovation and Excellence in e-Learning and Innovative Practice.

2015: Winner of the NETS Best Abstract Award, Australasian Nurse Educators' Conference 2015, Auckland, New Zealand.

Simulation facilitator for Malignant Hyperthermia - Short Course: Interprofessional Team Simulation

I am a senior lecturer within the School of Nursing and teach in both the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, and am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. My philosophy of student-centred learning is underpinned by andragogical [adult, self-directed learning] (Knowles et al., 2011) and heutagogical [autonomous, self-determined learning] (Blaschke, 2012) principles which enable me to build on learners’ prior knowledge, identify areas of new knowledge and fluency within digital learning spaces to support them in taking responsibility for what, when and how they learn. My expertise centres on leading, planning, developing, facilitating and managing excellent experiential learning...

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Professional

Contact details

  • Ph: +64 9 2136364
    Location: Nursing Space, Level 3, Sir Neil Waters Extension
    Campus: Albany (East Precinct)

Qualifications

  • Master of Philosophy - Massey University (2013)

Prizes and Awards

  • Innovation Award: Batman - The Online Clinical Classroom - ASCILITE (Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education) (2020)
  • 2020 Golden Apple Award - Teaching & Learning - College of Health (2020)
  • Lecturer of the Year (LOTY) Nomination (2019) - Albany Students' Association, Auckland. - Albany Students' Association (2019)
  • Lecturer of the Year (LOTY) Nomination (2018) - Albany Students' Association, Auckland. - Albany Students' Association (2018)
  • Fellowship Higher Education Academy, UK. (FHEA) Fellowships are awarded on the basis of a successful and effective demonstration of one of the four UKPSF Descriptors. I provided evidence of broadly based effectiveness in my teaching and support of learners and demonstrated a broad understanding of effective approaches to learning and teaching support as a key contribution to high quality student learning. - Higher Education Academy UK (2017)
  • Massey University, College of Health, Teaching Excellence Awards. Portfolio submission: Excellence in e-learning and innovative practice. Outstanding runner up award. - College of Health, Massey University (2016)
  • Nurse Educators in Tertiary Sector - Best Abstract Award. Australasian Nurse Educators' Conference (ANEC) 2015. Abstract: Pack your bags, we're migrating: Online learning for professional development. - Nurse Educators in Tertiary Sector (NETS) (2015)

Research Expertise

Research Interests

Hybrid learning environments

Online learning for nursing professional development.

Virtual reality simulation.

Health literacy.

Increasing patient safety through clinical simulation.

Collaboration with clinical settings.

High-fidelity simulation.

Interprofessional learning and simulation

Thematics

21st Century Citizenship

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Clinical Nursing: Secondary (Acute Care) (111003):
Curriculum and Pedagogy (130200): Education (130000): Education Systems (130100): Higher Education (130103):
Medical And Health Sciences (110000):
Medicine, Nursing and Health Curriculum and Pedagogy (130209):
Nursing (111000):
Technology (100000)

Keywords

Hybrid learning

Online learning

Nursing

Andragogy

Heutagogy

Simulation

Interprofessional Simulation

Research Outputs

Journal

Gourlay, L., Rodríguez‑Illera, JL., Barberà, E., Bali, M., Gachago, D., Pallitt, N., . . . Knox, J. (2021). Networked Learning in 2021: A community definition. Postdigital Science and Education.
[Journal article]Authored by: De Carvalho, L., Green, J.
van der Krogt, S., Green, JK., Manning, C., & Burrow, M. (2021). How Batman save the classroom. Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand. 27(1), 16-18
[Journal article]Authored by: Burrow, M., Green, J.
Green, JK., Burrow, MS., & Carvalho, L. (2020). Designing for transition: Supporting teachers and students cope with emergency remote education. Postdigital Science and Education. 2(3), 906-922 Retrieved from https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s42438-020-00185-6
[Journal article]Authored by: Burrow, M., De Carvalho, L., Green, J.
Green, J. (2019). The role of organisational commitment in facilitating assimilation of undergraduate nurses into the perioperative environment. The Dissector - Journal of the Perioperative Nurses College of the New Zealand Nurses Organisation. 46(4), 27-30
[Journal article]Authored by: Green, J.
Wainwright, B., Waring, M., Julich, S., Yeung, PHY., & Green, J. (2018). Quality of life of living with a transplanted liver: The issue of returning to normalcy. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work Review. 30(1), 7-19
[Journal article]Authored by: Green, J., Julich, S., Yeung, P.
Napan, K., Green, JK., Thomas, JA., Stent, WJ., Jülich, SJ., Lee, D., . . . Patterson, L. (2018). Collaborative Transformations: Cooperative Inquiry as a Catalyst for Change. Journal of Transformative Education. 16(3), 246-267
[Journal article]Authored by: Green, J., Julich, S., Lee, D., Napan, K., Stent, W., Thomas, J.
Green, JK., & Huntington, AD. (2017). Online professional development for digitally differentiated nurses: An action research perspective. Nurse Education in Practice. 22, 55-62
[Journal article]Authored by: Green, J.
Wainwright, B., Julich, SJ., Waring, MJ., Yeung, PHY., & Green, JK. (2016). Leaving the experts: Experiences of liver transplantation recipients in New Zealand. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand. 32(3)
[Journal article]Authored by: Green, J., Julich, S., Yeung, P.
Green, JK. (2013). Postgraduate study: Thinking about your career. The Dissector. 41(1), 18-19 Retrieved from http://www.nzno.org.nz/Portals/0/Files/Documents/Groups/Perioperative%20Nurses/The%20Dissector%20contents%20June%202013.pdf
[Journal article]Authored by: Green, J.

Thesis

Green, JK. (2013). The registered nurses' experience of online professional development: an action research study.. (Master's Thesis)
[Masters Thesis]Authored by: Green, J.

Conference

Green, J., & Burrow, M. (2020). Holistic approach to online learning: Providing a scaffold for learners. In https://aalasinternational.org/presentations/, Second Wave Summit 2020 YouTube: Flipped Learning Global
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Burrow, M., Green, J.
Thomas, JA., Napan, K., Stent, W., Julich, S., Green, J., Green, M., . . . Patterson, L. (2019, November). Cooperative Inquiry for Reflection and Collaboration on Learning Effectiveness (CIRCLE) – a model for enhancing 'Ako' in performance-based academia. Presented at Talking Teaching 2019. Auckland, Unitec, Institute of technology.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Green, J., Green, M., Julich, S., Napan, K., Stent, W., Thomas, J.
Green, J. (2019). Keeping your audience in the boat: Creating engaging, informative, and interactive professional development sessions.. , Australasian Nurse Educators Conference (2019)
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Green, J.
Curry, AL., & Green, J. (2019). What the flip? Flipping health assessment at graduate level.. , Australasian Nurse Educators Conference (ANEC) 2019
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Green, J.
Green, J. (2019). What lies beyond the automatic doors? Preparing preregistration Bachelor of Nursing students for perioperative clinical placements.. Poster session presented at the meeting of ICN Congress 2019. Singapore
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Green, J.
Green, JK., Burrow, MS., Price, R., Adams, S., & Sheridan, N. (2019). Incorporating a cultural framework, flipped classroom and team-based learning with case studies: A new approach to undergraduate education. Poster session presented at the meeting of ICN Congress 2019. Singapore
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Burrow, M., Green, J., Sheridan, N.
Green, J. (2018). Overcoming the fear of the perioperative unknown: Preparing undergraduates for perioperative clinical placement.. , 45th Annual Perioperative Nurses' College Conference
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Green, J.
Green, J., Burrow, M., Connor-Douglas, F., Price, RK., Adams, S., Atefi, N., . . . Julich, S. (2018). Enriching understanding through collaborative learning in a flipped classroom environment.. , Networking for Education in Health Care
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Burrow, M., Green, J., Julich, S.
Green, J., Patterson, L., Napan, K., Thomas, J., Stent, W., Julich, S., . . . Lee, D. (2018). The elusive academic trifecta: Achieving improved research, teaching and learning outcomes through cooperative inquiry.. , Networking in Education for Health Care
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Green, J., Julich, S., Lee, D., Napan, K., Stent, W., Thomas, J.
Napan, K., Green, J., Stent, W., Thomas, J., Terrell, J., & Petersen, L. (2016, June). Collaborative transformations: Democratising education through cooperative inquiry. Presented at The International Academic Forum, Education and Social Justice. Brighton, United Kingdom.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Green, J., Napan, K., Stent, W., Thomas, J.
Julich, S., Yeung, P., Wainwright, B., Waring, M., & Green, J. (2016). Leaving the experts: Experiences of liver transplant recipients in New Zealand. (pp. 54 - 54). , Social Work in Changing Times: Towards Better Outcomes
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Green, J., Julich, S., Yeung, P.
Green, JK., Wainwright, B., Julich, SJ., Waring, MJ., & Yeung, PHY. (2016). Leaving the experts: Liver transplantation recipients’ attaining a platform of wellness. , The 43rd Annual Conference of the Perioperative Nurses' College of NZNO
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Green, J., Julich, S., Yeung, P.
Napan, K., Green, JK., Stent, W., Thomas, JL., Julich, S., Terrell, J., . . . Patterson, L. (2016). Collaborative transformations: Democratizing education through co-operative inquiry. , The European Conference on Education 2016
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Green, J., Julich, S., Napan, K., Stent, W., Thomas, J.
Green, JK. (2016). Pack your bags, we're migrating! Online learning for professional development of registered nurses. , New Zealand Vocational Education and Training Research Forum, 2016
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Green, J.
Green, JK. (2015). It's getting hot in here! Malignant hyperthermia in an interprofessional simulation context. , SimHealth2015
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Green, J.
Green, JK. (2014). Taking advantage of online learning to support new nursing staff orientation to the OR environment. , 2014 Australian College of Operating Room Nurses 16th National Conference
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Green, J.
Green, JK. (2013). A 21st century solution for perioperative nursing education - Perioperative nursing course: Blended delivery. , Theatre Managers and Educators' Conference (TMEC) 2013
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Green, J.

Other

Jamieson, IJ., Jones, MJ., Green, JK., Unac, F., Groube, J., Rolls, S., . . . Howard-Hill, A. (2017). New Zealand perioperative nursing knowledge and skills framework.. : New Zealand Nurses' Organisation
[Internet publication]Authored by: Green, J.Contributed to by: Green, J.

Consultancy and Languages

Consultancy

  • Nov 2020 - Current - Journal of Perioperative Nursing (JPN)
    Advisory Board member. The Journal of Perioperative Nursing is an open-access journal that publishes original articles on all aspects of perioperative care.

Teaching and Supervision

Teaching Statement

Course Coordinator:

168.161 Research and scholarly writing in nursing (Online Delivery)

168.262 Nursing people with long-term conditions (Flipped Delivery)

Campus Lecturer:

168.165 Health assessment and clinical decision-making I (Flipped Delivery)

Guest lecturer:

168.709

Academic supervisor:

168.861 Clinical Project

168.890 Research Project

Courses Coordinated

  • 168.161 Research and Scholarly Writing in Nursing
  • 168.165 Health Assessment and Clinical Decision-making I
  • 168.262 Nursing People with Long Term Conditions

Media and Links

Media

  • 01 Mar 2019 - Online
    Year 2 BN Students - Empathy Experiences
    This year 2 empathy experience prepares students to consider the lived-experience of a long-term condition. The students work in threes: a patient, a nurse, an observer, and have a scenario for their

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