Prof Richard Tucker

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Professor

Faculty

Faculty of Sci Eng & Built Env

Department

School of Archit. & Built Env.

Campus

Geelong Waterfront Campus

Contact

Research interests

My approach towards higher education research is one guided by a firm belief in the efficacy of collaboration.  In an extremely competitive funding climate, which sees, for instance, the chance of ARC Discovery grant success at around 1 in 700 for researchers in the Built Environment Disciplines, there is a compelling need for the proposition of transdisciplinary outcomes using the interdisciplinary knowledge and methods of multidisciplinary research expertise. Thus, I have authored and formed research teams around assessment and teaching innovation with over 40 colleagues from seven academic institutions and a dozen industry partners. I have led numerous cross-faculty research projects on assessment practices with colleagues from the faculties of health, Arts and Education, and Business and Law. And in my roles as Associate Head of School (Research) and AHOS (Teaching & Learning) I have helped encourage and support interdisciplinary teaching and research approaches in a school that had become restricted by the boundaries of interdisciplinary silos. A passion for collaboration has not just informed whom I have worked with, but also what the focus of this work has been. For instance, my teaching and research has coalesced in the leadership of a recently completed Category 1 funded multi-institutional project on Teaching and Assessing Teamwork in the Design Disciplines. Effective assessment and learning in teamwork contexts has thus become the key aim of my teaching, informing a expertise increasingly relevant and valuable in a higher education environment where group learning is the almost ubiquitous result of ever growing cohorts.

I have been at the forefront of assessment research and innovation in my discipline area for approaching ten of years. This work has spanned a number of roles in projects that have had institutional and national influence: from the development of an on-line self-and-peer-assessment tool that is used to evaluate individual contributions to teamwork (SAPCA); to the ALTC funded project “Assessing Creativity: Strategies & Tools to support Teaching and Learning in Architecture & Design,” for which I was one of three principal investigators and the author of two chapters of the resulting book, to the recently completed OLT funded Innovation & Development project Enhancing and assessing group and team learning in architecture and related design contexts. I was project leader for this project, which has made recommendations for sector-wide changes to the assessment of teamwork in design learning. I am about to submit a further OLT application Ecologically Sustainable Design in Built Environment Education: Curricula Redesign for Multidisciplinary Learning. This project brings together Engineering with all the Built Environment disciplines, and has established a team of three higher education providers, one government body, two industry partners (leading multi-disciplinary design practices in Australia) and four professional/accrediting bodies. I have over 40 publications in the areas of assessment and design education. The following pages will elucidate how these and other related projects have informed the practices of my peers, as well as having contributed to outstanding teaching and learning contributions.

Teaching interests

Academic Career Synopsis: Through sustained evidence-based innovation and research, Richard has become an internationally recognised specialist (with approaching 50 publications) in the pedagogy of architectural design and related contexts; an area of education previously largely neglected by researchers. His work has involved substantial competitive grant-funded projects (ten investigations, funded for over $1 million) including six as project leader) that have enhanced learning satisfaction and outcomes for his students. For five years he has been in Teaching & Learning and then Research leadership roles in the school, a period that has coincided with dramatic improvements in school-wide SET scores and research outputs. His acknowledged teaching excellence lies in the area of innovation through research in the areas of: teamwork, multidisciplinary collaboration, assessment, studio-based problem-based learning, flexible delivery, environmental and ‘sustainable’ design, Work Integrated Learning (WiL) and universal design. Richard’s research has led to improvements in teamwork learning across the University, improvements in this area in other higher education institutions, and has been recognised through a Carrick citation and the WJC Banks Award as the most outstanding teacher at Deakin University in 2007. Richard was responsible for implementing a new model of WiL in his school, and also designed Self-and-Peer-Assessment software that has been used across faculties and other institutions.


In 2011, Richard became only the second teacher in the discipline of Architecture to be awarded the prestigious Australian Learning and Teaching Council Award for Teaching Excellence.

Units taught

Richard teaches design from 2nd year to fifth year, with a focus on sustainable design and the learning of teamwork skills.


He also teaching Building Environmental Studies, which focuses on passive solar design.

Expertise

Teamwork, multidisciplinary collaboration, assessment, studio-based problem-based learning, flexible delivery, ESD, Work Integrated Learning (WiL) and universal design. Research design, and quantitative analysis.

Research groups

Richard is currently co-leader of the research network HOME.

HOME connects experts from Architecture & Urban Planning, Humanities & Social Sciences, Health & Social Development, Geography, Anthropology, Economics, Social Policy and Law to enlighten the causes and health impacts of the housing crisis. HOME fills a significant research gap through focus on re-purposing what we have ??? to revitalise existing housing, creatively reuse other existing buildings, and better integrate new development.

HOME has a single core aim: A Home for all.


Our research focuses on four themes:

  • Home for life: designed to be adaptable and universally accessible, meeting our various needs, enabling us to engage in personally meaningful activities, safe and securely ours, and so home for all stages of life;
  • Home we can afford: designed to minimise energy use, constructed to minimise negative environmental and health impacts, matching our means, available to all, and so home that is sustainable collectively and individually;
  • Home where we know our neighbours: designed for social connectivity, encompassing diversity, and so a home where we can strengthen relationships across difference;
  • Home that is connected: linked to occupations, services, education, nature, transport, play, food, and to the wider community.

 

Richard led the Built Environment Education research group at Deakin between 2012 & 2016. This was one of the most successful areas for research within the school during that period, and included discipline-based investigation of learning and teaching in the built environment subject communities of Architecture, Construction Management, Landscape and Urban Planning. Researchers in the school have been leaders and investigators of Category 1 grant funded projects approaching a total value of nearly $1 million. Visit the Teaching Teamwork in Design website for more information.

Focus of the group is research carried out with rigor: empirical studies, quantitative or qualitative, investigating substantive data, and applying, examining, and extending methodology derived from educational research and research in other social science disciplines.

The group promotes stronger links between academia and practice and to expand the international community of educators in the built environment. As a means for disseminating pedagogic knowledge throughout the community of educators, BEER thereby aims to provide a stronger intellectual basis for practice.

Awards

2011 ALTC Teaching Excellence Award

2010 Deakin Commendation for Teaching Excellence
2010 F E Crowle Hansen and Yunken Australian Institute of Building Award for Excellence in Teaching – the top award for teachers in the Construction Management discipline.

2009 Deakin University Teaching Award

2007 Carrick Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning
2007 Deakin University Award for Teaching Excellence
2007 Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Distinguished Teaching
2007 WJC Banks Award for Distinguished Contributions To Teaching and Learning - the Banks Award is the Deakin University Teacher of the Year.
 

Publications

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2022

Overcoming inequality through an integral and participatory design approach for sustainable development in rural communities

G Karunasena, R Tucker, S Ang

(2022), Reduced Inequalities, Cham, Switzerland, B1

book chapter
2020

Building an accessible and inclusive city

Richard Tucker, Patsie Frawley, David Kelly, Louise Johnson, Fiona Andrews, Kevin Murfitt

(2020), pp. 292-303, Sustaining social inclusion, Abingdon, Eng., B1

book chapter

Talk on the Street: The Impact of Good Streetscape Design on Neighbourhood Experience in Low-density Suburbs

Z Abass, Richard Tucker

(2020), pp. 1-24, Housing Theory and Society, London, Eng., C1

journal article

A scoping review of the impact on children of the built environment design characteristics of healing spaces

H Gaminiesfahani, M Lozanovska, R Tucker

(2020), pp. 1-17, HERD-Health Environments Research & Design Journal, London, Eng., C1

journal article

An integral view of innovation in hospital building design: understanding the context of the research/practice gap

A Sal Moslehian, T Kocaturk, R Tucker

(2020), Building Research and Information, C1

journal article

Measuring accessibility in low density housing: the role of neighbourhood design

Zainab Abass, Richard Tucker

(2020), Vol. 737, pp. 1-9, BCEE4 2019 : Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Buildings, Construction and Environmental Engineering, Istanbul, Turkey, E1

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2019

Socializing in the suburbs: relationships between neighbourhood design and social interaction in low-density housing contexts

Zainab Abass, Fiona Andrews, Richard Tucker

(2019), pp. 1-26, Journal of urban design, Abingdon, Eng., C1

journal article

An integrated literature review of the current discourse around universal design in the built environment - is occupation the missing link?

Valerie Watchorn, Danielle Hitch, Cathryn Grant, Richard Tucker, Kathryn Aedy, Susan Ang, Patsie Frawley

(2019), pp. 1-12, Disability and rehabilitation, Abingdon, Eng., C1

journal article

Rose tinted spectacles: culturally informed differences between Iran and Australia in architect's colour cognition, preference and use

B Motamed, R Tucker

(2019), Vol. 18, pp. 1-12, City, culture and society, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Impact of built environment design on emotion measured via neurophysiological correlates and subjective indicators: a systematic review

Isabella Bower, Richard Tucker, Peter Enticott

(2019), Vol. 66, pp. 1-11, Journal of environmental psychology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

The fairer sex: male/female differences in architects' use of colour when designing

R Tucker, B Motamed

(2019), Vol. 17, pp. 192-213, Journal of design research, Olney, Eng., C1

journal article
2018

Enough is enough: Indigenous knowledge systems, living heritage and the (re)shaping of built environment design education in Australia

Grant Revell, Scott Heyes, David Jones, Darryl Low Choy, R Tucker, Susan Bird

(2018), pp. 465-493, Handbook of contemporary Indigenous architecture, Singapore, B1

book chapter

Re-casting terra nullius design-blindness: better teaching of Indigenous Knowledge and protocols in Australian architecture education

R Tucker, D Choy, S Heyes, G Revell, D Jones

(2018), Vol. 28, pp. 303-322, International journal of technology and design education, Berlin, Germany, C1

journal article

Colourful practice: is design education informing architects' use of colour?

B Motamed, R Tucker

(2018), Vol. 28, pp. 1001-1017, International journal of technology and design education, New York, N.Y., C1

journal article

NEP (Children@School): an instrument for measuring environmental attitudes in middle childhood

P Izadpanahi, R Tucker

(2018), Vol. 34, pp. 61-79, Australian journal of environmental education, Cambridge, Eng., C1

journal article

Residential satisfaction in low-density Australian suburbs: the impact of social and physical context on neighbourhood contentment

Z Abass, R Tucker

(2018), Vol. 56, pp. 36-45, Journal of environmental psychology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Evaluating universal design in built environments - a scoping project

Valerie Watchorn, Cathryn Grant, Richard Tucker, Danielle Hitch, Patsie Frawley, Susan Ang, Kathryn Aedy, Apeksha Gohil

(2018), Vol. 256, pp. 689-695, UDHEIT2018 : Transforming our World Through Design, Diversity and Education : Proceedings of the Universal Design and Higher Education in Transformation Congress, Dublin, Ireland, E1

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2017

Teaching teamwork in design: a framework for understanding effectiveness in student teams

R Tucker

(2017), pp. 1-27, Collaboration and student engagement in design education, Hershey Pa., B1

book chapter

Prejudicial evaluation: bias in self-and-peer-assessments of teamwork contributions to design

R Tucker

(2017), pp. 76-104, Collaboration and student engagement in design education, Hershey Pa., B1

book chapter

Conflict resolution in student teams: an exploration in the context of design education

R Tucker, A Mills, N Abbasi

(2017), pp. 105-124, Collaboration and student engagement in design education, Hershey P.a., B1

book chapter

Greenhouse affect : the relationship between the sustainable design of schools and children's environmental attitudes

P Izadpanahi, H Elkadi, R Tucker

(2017), Vol. 23, pp. 901-918, Environmental education research, Abingdon, Eng., C1

journal article

Live green, think green: sustainable school architecture and children's environmental attitudes and behaviors

R Tucker, P Izadpanahi

(2017), pp. 209-216, Journal of environmental psychology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

White picket fences & other features of the suburban physical environment: correlates of neighbourhood attachment in 3 Australian low-density suburbs

Z Abass, R Tucker

(2017), Vol. 170, pp. 231-240, Landscape and Urban Planning, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Re-casting terra nullius blindness: empowering indigenous protocols and knowledge in Australian university built environment education

D Jones, D Low Choy, G Revell, S Heyes, R Tucker, S Bird

(2017), Canberra, A.C.T., A6

research report/technical paper

Collaboration and student engagement in design education

R Tucker

(2017), Hershey, P.A., A7

edited book

The impacts of social and physical context on neighbourhood satisfaction in the suburbs

Zainab Abass, Richard Tucker

(2017), pp. 55-64, ANZAScA : Back to the future: the next 50 years : Proceedings of the 51st International Conference of the Architectural Science Association, Wellington, New Zealand, E1

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2016

Bad attitudes: why design students dislike teamwork

R Tucker, N Abbasi

(2016), Vol. 9, pp. 1-20, Journal of learning design, Brisbane, Qld., C1

journal article

Overcoming barriers to the reuse of construction waste material in Australia: a review of the literature

J Park, R Tucker

(2016), pp. 1-10, International journal of construction management, Abingdon, Eng., C1

journal article

Educating for designing in and planning for country: Empowering built environment students with Indigenous protocols and knowledge

D Jones, D Low Choy, R Tucker, G Revell, S Heyes, S Bird

(2016), Vol. 19, pp. 176-192, Journal of Australian Indigenous issues, Melbourne, Victoria, C1

journal article

The etymology of a colourful design language: How do we determine what informs architect's colour choices?

R Tucker, B Motamed

(2016), Vol. 15, pp. 191-208, Art, design & communication in higher education, Bristol, Eng., C1

journal article

GEB (Children@School): a scale for measuring the impact of school design on children's general environmental behaviours

R Tucker, P Izadpanahi

(2016), pp. 1-5, AASA 2016: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference: Project to Practice; Innovating Architecture, University of Technology Sydney, N.S.W., E1

conference

Educating for design teamwork: what do students think of current teaching practice?

R Tucker, N Abbasi

(2016), pp. 1-5, AASA 2016: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference: Project to Practice; Innovating Architecture, University of Technology Sydney, N.S.W., E1

conference

Fifty shades of green: tree coverage and neighbourhood attachment in relation to social interaction in Australian suburbs

R Tucker, Z Abass

(2016), pp. 259-268, ASA 2016 : Revisiting the Role of Architectural Science in Design and Practice : Proceedings of the 50th International Conference of the Architectural Science Association, Adelaide, South Australia, E1

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2015

The architecture of teamwork : examining relationships between teaching, assessment, student learning and satisfaction with creative design outcomes

R Tucker, N Abbasi

(2015), Vol. 11, pp. 405-422, Architectural engineering and design management, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Colourful language: researching architects' knowledge and use of colour

B Motamed, R Tucker, M Grose

(2015), pp. 739-748, ASA2015: Living and learning: research for a better built environment : Proceedings of the 49th International conference of the Architectural Science Association, Melbourne, Vic., E1

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Sustainable schools as pedagogical tools for environmental education

R Tucker, P Izadpanahi

(2015), pp. 75-84, ASA2015: Living and learning: research for a better built environment : Proceedings of the 49th International conference of the Architectural Science Association, Melbourne, Vic., E1

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Planning for country: empowering built environment students with Indigenous protocols and knowledge

D Jones, D Low Choy, G Revell, S Heyes, R Tucker

(2015), pp. 1-10, ANZAPS 2015: Proceedings of the translating urban planning research and pedagogy in to practice 2015 conference, Melbourne, Vic., E1

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Learning a colourful language: investigating colour in architectural education

B Motamed, R Tucker, M Grose

(2015), pp. 1-16, ACUADS 2015 : Art and Design Education in the Global 24/7 : Proceedings of Australia Council of University Art and Design Schools 2015 Conference, Adelaide, South Australia, E1

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2014

Sex does not matter: gender bias and gender differences in peer assessments of contributions to group work

R Tucker

(2014), Vol. 39, pp. 293-309, Assessment & evaluation in higher education, Abingdon, England, C1

journal article

Reverse Greening Australian landscape architecture education: charting an indigenous perspective on country respect and design

D Jones, D Low Choy, S Heyes, G Revell, R Tucker, H Meikle

(2014), pp. 1-21, IFLA 2014 : Proceedings for the International Federation of Landscape Architects World Congress, Kuching, Malaysia, E1

conference

Evaluation of University of Queensland Library Spaces: three case studies at St Lucia Campus

N Abbasi, R Tucker, K Fisher, R Gerrity

(2014), pp. 1-14, ALIA 2014 : Proceedings of the 2014 Australian Library and Information Association Conference, Melbourne, Victoria, E1

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2013

Group-work: does it have to be that bad?

A Williams, L Henry, R Tucker, N Abassi

(2013), pp. 1-10, AUBEA 2013 : Proceedings of the 2013 38th Australasian Universities Building Education Association Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, E1

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Planning education and indigenous knowledge systems in Australia: where are we?

D Jones, D Low Choy, D Revell, S Heyes, R Tucker, H Meikle, C Davey

(2013), pp. 43-66, ANZAPS 2013 : Innovation in planning for cities and regions : proceedings of the Australian & New Zealand Association of Planning Schools Conference, Canberra, A.C.T., E1-1

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2012

By design: Negotiating flexible learning in the built environment discipline

R Tucker, G Morris

(2012), Vol. 20, Research in Learning Technology, C1

journal article

Collaboration Down Under : investigating team learning in Australia in architecture and related design contexts

R Tucker

(2012), pp. 324-329, CICE 2012 : Proceedings of the Canada International Conference on Education, Ontario, Canada, E1

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Conceptualizing teamwork and group-work in architecture and related design disciplines

R Tucker, N Abbasi

(2012), pp. 1-8, ASA 2012 : Building on knowledge, theory and practice : Proceedings of the 46th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association, Gold Coast, Queensland, E1

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2011

Anytime, anywhere, anyplace: Articulating the meaning of flexible delivery in built environment education

R Tucker, G Morris

(2011), Vol. 42, pp. 904-915, British Journal of Educational Technology, C1

journal article

The architecture of peer assessment : do academically successful design students make good team mates in design assignments?

R Tucker

(2011), Vol. 38, pp. 74-84, Assessment and evaluation in higher education, Abingdon, U. K., C1

journal article

Teaching in practice : work integrated design learning and practice readiness for architecture students

R Tucker, H Elkadi

(2011), pp. 341-354, Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference of the Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia, Geelong, Vic., E1

conference

Urban ecologies at the edge : a case study

L Xu, R Tucker, H Elkadi

(2011), pp. 418-425, Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference of the Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia, Geelong, Vic., E1

conference
2009

Designing, implementing and evaluating a self-and-peer assessment tool for e-learning environments

R Tucker, J Fermelis, S Palmer

(2009), pp. 170-194, E-Learning Technologies and Evidence-Based Assessment Approaches, B1

book chapter

Getting old and heading south: the academic success of Southerner learners in design cohorts

R Tucker

(2009), Vol. 28, pp. 195-207, Higher education research and development, London, England, C1

journal article
2008

Learning style drift : correlation between built environment students' learning styles and the learning styles of their teachers

R Tucker

(2008), Vol. 3, pp. 68-79, Journal for education in the built environment, Cardiff, Wales, C1

journal article

Morality and the orders : Inigo Jones's annotations on decorum in Scamozzi, Palladio and Serlio

R Tucker

(2008), pp. 1-19, SAHANZ 2008 : History in practice : 25th International Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand, Geelong, Australia, E1

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Self and peer assessment : development of an online tool for team assignments in business communication and architecture

J Fermelis, R Tucker

(2008), pp. 1-15, Proceedings of the 2008 Association for Business Communication Annual Convention : Strategic Business Communication: A Reflection of Critical Thinking in the Classroom and the Workplace, Lake Tahoe, Nevada, E1

conference
2007

The impact of assessment modes on collaborative group design projects

R Tucker

(2007), pp. 214-227, Enhancing teaching and learning through assessment, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, B1-1

book chapter

The academic acclimatisation difficulties of international students of the built environment

R Tucker, S Ang

(2007), Vol. 12, pp. 1-9, Emirates journal for engineering research, Al-Ain, United Arab Emirates, C1

journal article

Southern drift: The learning styles of first-and third-year students of the built environment

R Tucker

(2007), Vol. 50, pp. 246-255, Architectural Science Review, C1

journal article

How practice size impacts on the implementation and dissemination of post occupancy evaluation

T Woodroffe, R Tucker

(2007), pp. 286-292, Towards Solutions for a Liveable Future: progress, practice, performance, people: Proceedings of the 41st Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association ANZAScA, Geelong, E1

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Online self-and-peer-assessment for teamwork in architecture and business communications

R Tucker, J Fermelis, S Palmer

(2007), pp. 264-271, ANZASCA 2007 : Proceedings of 41st annual conference. Towards solutions for a liveable future: progress, practice, performance, people., Geelong, E1

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How architects incorporate ESD criteria into the design process

J Buckton, R Tucker

(2007), pp. 31-38, ANZASCA 2007 : Proceedings of 41st annual conference. Towards solutions for a liveable future: progress, practice, performance, people., Geelong, Vic., E1

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Online self and peer assessment in large, multi-campus, multi-cohort contexts

J Fermelis, R Tucker, S Palmer

(2007), pp. 271-281, ASCILITE 2007 - The Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, E1

conference
2006

Teaching and learning in collaborative group design projects

R Tucker, J Rollo

(2006), Vol. 2, pp. 19-30, Architectural Engineering and Design Management, C1

journal article

The impact of teaching models, group structures and assessment modes on cooperative learning in the student design studio

R Tucker, C Reynolds

(2006), Vol. 1, pp. 39-56, Journal for education in the built environment, Cardiff, Wales, C1

journal article

Southern drift: the learning styles of first and third year students of the built environment

R Tucker

(2006), pp. 294-301, ANZAScA 2006 : Challenges for architectural science in changing climates: proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association., Adelaide, Australia, E1

conference

The academic acclimatisation difficulties of international students of the built environment

R Tucker, S Ang

(2006), pp. 207-215, ANZAScA 2006 : Challenges for architectural science in changing climates: proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association., Adelaide, Australia, E1

conference

The need for a culturally inclusive andragogy for collaborative design learning

R Tucker, C Reynolds

(2006), pp. 1-10, Proceedings of the Australian University Building Educators Association Annual Conference 2006 : 31st Annual Conference, UTS, Sydney, Australia, E1

conference
2005

Fair assessment and blended learning in collaborative group design projects

R Tucker, J Rollo

(2005), pp. 117-123, Proceedings of the Blended Learning in Science, Teaching and Learning Symposium, Sydney, E1

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The development of innovative teaching methods, informed group structures and fair assessment models for the teaching of group design projects

R Tucker

(2005), pp. 1-9, AASA 2005 : Drawing together : convergent practices in architectural education, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference of the Association of Architectural Schools of Australasia, Brisbane, Qld., E1

conference

Defuturing an architecture of destruction: a reconciliation of Van Berkel and Bos to the new design philosophy of Tony Fry

R Tucker, A Thonissen

(2005), pp. 1-7, Fabricating sustainability unofficial proceedings of the 39th Annual Architectural Association Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, E1

conference

Sustainable design education: teaching, learning and assessment in collaborative group design projects

R Tucker, J Rollo

(2005), pp. 1-8, Fabricating sustainability : unofficial proceedings of the 39th Annual Architectural Association Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, E1

conference
2004

Establishing best-practice principles for the teaching of group design projects

R Tucker

(2004), pp. 286-293, Contexts of architecture : proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association ANZAScA and the International Building Performance Simulation Association - Australasia, Launceston, Australia, E1

conference
2003

Cross-discipline collaboration and innovation in the design studio : drawing on the Bath model

R Tucker, J Rollo

(2003), pp. 1-9, Design + Research : project based research in architecture, Melbourne, E1

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Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

Re-Casting terra nullius blindness: Empowering Indigenous Protocols and Knowledge in Australian University Built Environment Education

Prof David Jones, Prof Richard Tucker

OLT Seed Projects - Office for Learning and Teaching

  • 2016: $55,000
  • 2012: $165,000

Developing pedagogical solutions to linguistic and cultural barriers in design education supporting Asian architecture students

Dr Ning Gu, Dr Ju Hyun Lee, Prof Michael Ostwald, A/Prof Mark Taylor, A/Prof Jane Burry, Prof Richard Tucker, Prof Robin Drogemuller

OLT Innovation and Development Grants - Office for Learning and Teaching

  • 2016: $3,000

Other Public Sector Funding

Assessing Creativity: Strategies and Tools to support Teaching and Learning in Architecture and Design

A/Prof Anthony Williams, Prof Michael Ostwald, Mr Andrew Murray, A/Prof Mark Taylor, A/Prof Andrea Mina, Prof Richard Tucker, Louise Wallis

  • 2010: $2,500

Enhancing and Assessing Group and Team Learning in Architecture and Related Design Contexts

Prof Richard Tucker, A/Prof Anthony Williams, Prof Michael Ostwald, Prof Graham Thorpe, Louise Wallis

  • 2012: $112,171
  • 2011: $105,829

Towards Zero Carbon Housing in Victoria

Dr Hong Xian Li, Dr Peng Zhang, Prof Anthony Mills, Prof Richard Tucker, A/Prof Mark Luther

  • 2020: $2,000
  • 2019: $23,760
  • 2018: $20,000

Accessible & Inclusive Geelong Feasibility Study.

Prof Richard Tucker

  • 2018: $250,000

Family and child friendly design: Stage 2

Dr Fiona Andrews, Dr Elyse Warner, Prof Louise Johnson, Prof Richard Tucker

  • 2020: $43,870

Industry and Other Funding

Evaluating architecture induced emotion through observing and measuring correlates of affective response too enclosed built environments of different scale

Prof Richard Tucker, Prof Peter Enticott, Ms Isabella Simone Bower

  • 2019: $9,360

Architecture with feeling: Measuring emotional response to the built environment

Prof Richard Tucker, Prof Peter Enticott, Ms Isabella Simone Bower

  • 2019: $5,000

Co-Designed Housing for People with Intellectual Disability: Literature Review.

Prof Richard Tucker

  • 2019: $25,000

Micro-village Phase 1

Prof Richard Tucker, Dr Fiona Andrews, Prof Louise Johnson, Dr Nicole Johnston, A/Prof Ursula De Jong, Ms Fab Michaux, A/Prof Mirjana Lozanovska

  • 2019: $50,000

Homes for 'Grey Nesters': Social integration of a micro-village of small houses supporting community wellbeing in Geelong

Dr Fiona Andrews, A/Prof Ursula De Jong, Prof Richard Tucker, Prof Louise Johnson, Dr Elyse Warner

  • 2019: $40,000

Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2018

Zainab Ibrahim Abass

Thesis entitled: Socialising in the suburbs: the impact of neighbourhood design on social interaction in low-density housing contexts

Doctor of Philosophy (Architecture), School of Architecture and Built Environment

2017

Bahareh Motamed

Thesis entitled: Colourful Language: An inquiry into colour space and architectural choices

Doctor of Philosophy (Architecture), School of Architecture and Built Environment

2015

Parisa Izadpanahi

Thesis entitled: Green and not heard: The relationship between sustainably designed primary schools and children's environmental attitudes and behaviours

Doctor of Philosophy (Architecture), School of Architecture and Built Environment

Associate Supervisor
2020

Kim Anne Roberts

Thesis entitled: Hi-ro-shi-ma Space: The Architecture and Poetics of Post-memory

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Communication & Creative Arts

2017

Phillip Barend Roos

Thesis entitled: Regenerative-Adaptive Design for Coastal Settlements: A Pattern Language Approach to Future Resilience

Doctor of Philosophy (Architecture), School of Architecture and Built Environment

2016

Liyana Mohamed Yusof

Thesis entitled: Universal Design and Professional Practice Obligations in Malaysian Domestic Housing

Doctor of Philosophy (Architecture), School of Architecture and Built Environment

2010

Heidi Lee

Thesis entitled: Distraction and Interaction in Academic Workspaces

Master of Architecture, School of Architecture and Built Environment

2004

Robert Crawford

Thesis entitled: Using input-output Data in Life-cycle Inventory Analysis

Doctor of Philosophy (Architecture), School of Architecture and Built Environment