Sulay Jalloh

Senior Lecturer - Education and Enabling & FAS Associate Dean Learning and Teaching

Registered to supervise postgraduate research


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A multidisciplinary scholar, with over 10 years of experience and expert knowledge of the Australian curriculum, teaching and learning and assessment theories and pedagogies in Enabling and Higher Education. Accompanying current employment as a lecturer at Charles Darwin University (CDU), experience encompasses lecturing at University of South Australia (UniSA) and a strong research focus and interest in Human Sciences, Education, adult learning pedagogy, enabling pathways, academic and cultural literacy and communication studies. Current research of work includes developing a community driven intervention program to enable African families and youth, particularly from low socioeconomic status (SES) backgrounds, the opportunity to explore options for nurturing higher education aspirations.
Proven ability to motivate individuals and teams, set direction, achieve results and create a positive working environment for students, faculty and staff alike within the academic, Teaching and Higher Education sectors. Extensive exposure and understanding of various cultures having lived and work in Africa, Asia and Australia over several years.


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