Information related to research interest "Education"
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Pro Vice-Chancellor, Engagement
I am an interdisciplinary researcher and qualified teacher with a passion for social justice and improving the health, education and social outcomes of vulnerable populations. I am particularly interested in child and adolescent health and wellbeing.
: 8346 (Melbourne) : firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty of Education and Arts
Nat Sch of Arts
Computer Security, Data Communications, Education and Information Systems, Applied Mathematics
: (02) 9701 4467 (North Sydney) : Jan.Seruga@acu.edu.au
Nat Sch of Education
Invitational Education, positive psychology, teacher effectiveness, academic achievement, self-concept, self-efficacy, career counselling skills, research design, structural equation modelling, and measurement and evaluation.
: (03) 9953 3257 (Melbourne) : Ken.Smith@acu.edu.au
Faculty of Health Sciences
Faculty of Health Sciences
Dr Annie Venville is the Academic Coordinator for Professional Practice and Community Engagement at Australian Catholic University. Annie has over twenty five years of professional practice in mental health, education and disability in government and non-government sectors. Her research centres on issues related to work integrated learning, student wellbeing, educational participation and service access for marginalised and vulnerable groups.
: 8191 (Melbourne) : email@example.com
Institute for Positive Psychology & Education
Professor Alexander Yeung is Deputy Director of IPPE and the Program Director for IPPEa??s Positive Education research program. He is an internationally acclaimed expert in educational research who has demonstrated expertise in quantitative and qualitative methods, and is widely published in the most prestigious journals in education studies and educational psychology. He has a strong track record of effectively and successfully conducting large-scale longitudinal research with mixed-method approaches. He has published 7 books, 15 chapters in edited books, 84 refereed journal articles, and presented over 144 papers at international conferences, and his publications are well cited. He is a registered teacher, a registered psychologist, a professional translator, a linguist, an international coach and referee in volleyball, and an educational researcher. In teaching, he has taught in various educational settings from preschool to tertiary levels, including higher degree research programs, high schools, associate degree programs, teacher education institutions, childrena??s play groups, adult education programs, and a police cadet training school. He has taught a wide range of school subjects such as English as a second language, science, physical education, and art. He has taught over 2000 students in teacher education, including more than 100 school principals, and has supervised over 10 Ph.D. students.
: 4659 (North Sydney) : Alexander.Yeung@acu.edu.au
Nat Sch Exercise Science
How do we help people change their behaviour to make their lives better? How do we motivate them and teach them best for growth?
I work at the intersection of psychology, education, and health. I use the psychology of motivation and performance to identify ways of changing behaviour. I hope to use the science of learning to identify environments and ways of communicating that help people change. And I target behaviour change that improves people's health and wellbeing. I strive to create a challenging, motivating, and supportive environment for those I hope to help, not just my clients and potential research students.
: +61414822353 (Brisbane) : firstname.lastname@example.org
Nat Sch of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine
Associate Professor Amanda Johnson is State Head [NSW/ACT] for School of Nursing, Midwifery & Paramedicine. She was awarded her PhD in 2011 by the University of Western Sydney. Her research interests are: aged and palliative care, education and inherent requirements. She led the development of the IR tool at UWS leading to its widespread uptake nationally in nursing and then translation to other disciplines. For this activity she was the recipient of the 2011 VC's Excellence in Leadership Award. She has achieved close to $1m in Commonwealth and other grant funding resulting in referred journal publications (30) as an early -mid career researcher. She is an editor of the texts: Chronic illness and Disability (3rd edn.) and Caring for Older People (2nd edn.) with widespread adoption across Australasia. In total she has edited 10 books including an international text on palliative care and a book on Living with Dementia for the community. She has also written 18 book chapters. A/Professor Johnson enjoys the supervision process which have led to 2 of her BN Hons students receiving awards.
: 9739 2025 (North Sydney) : Amanda.Johnson@acu.edu.au
Common Research Interests
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