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Dr Mary Panko

Lecturer
School of Building Construction
Location: Building 182, Room 3001

Profile

Experience
  • Tertiary - Training Leader - UNITEC Development Centre, Lecturer - Pharmacy Department (Robert Gordon University), Co-ordinator - Interactive Learning Centre (Robert Gordon University)
  • New Product Development Manager - CCH New Zealand Limited
Awards
  • 1998 British Council Award
  • 1988 CASE Traveling Fellowship to Victoria University

Publications

Panko, M., Kudin, R., & Nderingo, D.F. (2017). International outcomes of problem-based sustainability projects. Aida Guerra, 6th International Research Symposium on PBL.

Panko, M., & Sharma, R. (2017). 'The Relevance of Sustainability Skills for International Students. International Journal of Social, Behavioral, Educational, Economic, Business and Industrial Engineering (Vol. 11 (11)).

Panko, M., & Sharma, R. (2016). Sustainability perceptions: Views of international students at a New Zealand Institute. National Tertiary Learning and Teaching Conference, Waiariki Polytechnic, Rotorua.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3727

Panko, M., & Kestle, L. (2015). Building Today - Saving Tomorrow: Construction and Deconstruction Conference Proceedings. Auckland, New Zealand, Unitec ePress.

Panko, M. (2015). International tertiary students in New Zealand: Cold facts or warm people? 2nd International Higher Education Curriculum Design & Academic Leadership Symposium, Hamilton, New Zealand.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3225

McAfee, S., Potangaroa, R., & Panko, M. (2015). Communication styles of international students: Teaching to their strengths. National Tertiary Learning and Teaching Conference, Bay of Plenty Polytechnic, Tauranga.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3335

Chand, P., Moir, R., Clarke, D., & Panko, M. (2015). Game on: A future-proofing approach to programme redevelopment. National Tertiary Learning and Teaching Conference, Bay of Plenty Polytechnic, Tauranga.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3336

Panko, M., and Sharma, R. (2014). Integrating Waste Management and Pollution Control in Tertiary Vocation Education Programmes: Case Studies. International Journal of Information and Education Technology, Second International Conference on Environmental Pollution and Prevention (Vol. 6 (3)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3954

Panko, M., and Singh, N. (2014). Undergraduate Research: A Source for Faculty Publications? ePress (Vol. 1).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2425

Panko, M., Sharma, R., and Fuemana, D. (2014). Waste Not, Want Not: Education for Sustainability in The Construction Industry. BRANZ, Building a Better New Zealand.

Panko, M., Sharma, R., and Fuemana, D. (2014). Waste not, want not: Education for sustainability in the construction industry. 'Building a Better New Zealand' Conference. 3-5th September, 2014, Auckland.

Panko, M. (2014). Developing a research culture: A guidebook for everyone. Wellington, New Zealand, Dunmore Publishing.

Panko, M., and Sharma, R. (2014). Education for Sustainability in Technological Vocational Education. SINO/NZ TVET Educational Research Forum, Tianjin, China.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3898

Waqubaca, J., Panko, M., and Potangaroa, R. (2013). The seemingly simple? Community engagement and construction management in Samoa, post tsunami 2009. Australasian Universities Building Education Association, Auckland 20 -22 November.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2724

Panko, M. (2013). Integrating Sustainability into Business Courses. New Zealand Curriculum Design Institute - Education and Research, National Business Educators Symposium Hamilton 3 and 4 October.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2894

Waqabaca, J.F., Panko, M., and Potangaroa, R. (2013). Community Engagement: Rebuilding Samoan Fale post 2009 Tsunami. i-Rec 6th International conference Sustainable Post-Disaster Reconstruction. Ascona, Switzerland.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2718

Panko, M. (2012). Book Review: Doctorates downunder: Keys to successful doctoral study in Australia and Akoroa New Zealand, by C. Denholm and T. Evans. International Higher Education Curriculum Design Review, ISSN: 2324-1969 (Vol. Volume 1 Issue 1).

Panko, M. (2012). A Curriculum for Sustainability throughout Tertiary Education. International Higher Education Curriculum Design Review, ISSN: 2324-1969 (Vol. Volume 1 Issue 1).

Panko, M. (2012). Teaching Post-Graduate International Students: Views from an 'Old Hand'. July 17, Department of Leadership Studies, Royal Roads University, Victoria, Vancouver Island. British Columbia, Canada.

Panko, M. (2011). Postgraduate Orientation: A focus on international students' needs. UKZN 5th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference, Durban.

Panko, M. (2011). Postgraduate Supervision with Peers: Practical tools for developing supervision expertise. UKZN 5th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference, Durban.

Panko, M., and Harfield, T. (2009). Matching Learning Styles to Teaching Strategies for the New Zealand Building Industry. Piggot-Irvine, E. Action Research in Practice.

Panko, M. (2009). Teaching in the global business classroom. Dalglish, C., and Evans, P. Journal of Educational Administration and History (Vol. 41 2).

Panko, M. (2009). The experiences of Chinese lecturers in the role of students. The Student Experience: Annual meeting of the Higher Educaiton Research and Devleopment Society of Australasia.

Panko, M. (2009). Shenzhen Polytechnic 2009 Constructivist teaching methods (Invited address). .

Panko, M., and Lovegrove, C. (2008). Electronic voting devices: Reconsidering their value. 31st HERDSA Annual Conference 'Engaging communities'.

Panko, M. (2008). Online assessment: Milestones or hurdles? Symposium on Tertiary Assessment and Higher Education Student Outcomes.

Blickem, C., Bright, S., Dobric, K., Honeyfield, J., James, J., O., K., Mason, C., Miller, M., Panko, M., Petersen, L., and Robertson-Welsh, D. (2008). Carving a space and creating a community: Establishing a staff developers professional association in the New Zealand sector. 31st HERDSA Annual Conference 'Engaging communities'.

Blickem, C., Bright, S., Dobric, K., Honeyfield, J., James, J., O., K., Mason, C., Miller, M., Panko, M., Petersen, L., and Robertson-Welsh, D. (2008). Carving a space and creating a community: Establishing a staff developers professional association in the New Zealand sector. 31st HERDSA Annual Conference.

Pivac, M., and Panko, M. (2008). Instructional design: Sex driven? Kidd, T., and Chen, I. Social Information Technology: Connecting Society and Cultural Issues.

Harfield, T., Kenley, R., Panko, M., and Davies, K. (2008). Up-skilling the New Zealand construction industry: A critique of the learning options. Haigh, R., and Amaratunga, D. Proceedings of CIB W89: International Conference in Building Education and ResearchBEAR2008 'Building resilience' conference (Vol. CD Rom).

Harfield, T., Panko, M., Davies, K., and Kenley, R. (2007). Towards a learning-styles profile of construction students: Results from New Zealand. International Journal of Construction Education and Research (Vol. 3 3).

Harfield, T., Kenley, R., Davies, K., and Panko, M. (2007). A comparison of group learning-style profiles: construction students, law students and student teachers. Kenley, R. Proceedings 2007 Annual Conference of the Australasian Universities Building Education AssociationAUBEA 2007 Conference.

Harfield, T., Davies, K., Hede, J., Panko, M., and Kenley, R. (2007). Activity-based teaching for Unitec New Zealand construction students. Emirates Journal for Engineering Research (Vol. 12 1).

Lovegrove, C., and Panko, M. (2007). Voting for success: International students' perceptions of an electronic clicker system. International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 4th Annual Conference.

Panko, M. (2006). The impact of professional development on tertiary-trades lecturers: Turning chisels into cursors? 6th Conference of the International Consortium for Educational Development 'Enhancing Academic Development Practice: International Perspectives'.

Panko, M. (2006). Moderating online: 101 ways to a skin a discussion group. Strathclyde University Educational Development Seminar Series.

Panko, M. (2006). Learning and assessment: A case study-going the full monty. Roberts, T. Self, peer, and group assessment in E-Learning.

Panko, M., Kenley, R., Davies, K., and Harfield, T. (2006). Learning styles in the building industry. Build (Vol. June/July).

Hede, J., Harfield, T., Davies, K., and Panko, M. (2006). An active problem solving teaching model: The Unitec New Zealand experience. 4th Annual Conference on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 'The Challenge of Diversity'.