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  • Faculty of Education and Arts

  • Nat Sch of Education

  • Associate Professor Kenneth Smith

    Invitational Education, positive psychology, teacher effectiveness, academic achievement, self-concept, self-efficacy, career counselling skills, research design, structural equation modelling, and measurement and evaluation.

    Phone : (03) 9953 3257 (Melbourne) Email : Ken.Smith@acu.edu.au

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  • Faculty of Health Sciences

  • Institute for Health & Ageing

  • Dr Ljoudmila Busija

    Lucy Busija is an experienced biostatistician, proficient in a wide range of statistical methods. Her major area of expertise is in modelling the impact of chronic illness on public health and individual wellbeing. She also has experience and special interest in design and analysis of randomised controlled trials. In her current position as a senior biostatistician at Institute of Health and Ageing, Dr Busija is responsible for providing statistical expertise to the Institute's researchers and overseeing methodological aspects of study designs.

    Phone : 3604 (Melbourne) Email : Lucy.Busija@acu.edu.au

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  • Institute for Positive Psychology & Education

  • Professor Alex Yeung

    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.

    Phone : 4659 (North Sydney) Email : Alexander.Yeung@acu.edu.au

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  • Dr Jiesi Guo

    His current research focuses on (1) the academic motivational factors (e.g., task value, self-concept) and choice behaviors, (2) the impact of school climate and family socialization on students' motivational beliefs and engagement, (3) how multiple ecological systems on the behavioral, social, and emotional development of youth shape their major and career choices particularly in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics).

    Phone : 0432266626 (North Sydney) Email : jiesi.guo@gmail.com

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  • Dr Philip Parker

    Dr Philip Parker is currently an Australian Research Council DECRA funded research fellow at the Institute for Positive Psychology and Education (IPPE). Philipa??s research uses large longitudinal databases from the Australia, US, UK, Switzerland, Germany, and Finland where he focuses on career pathways, personality, and well-being issues related to youthsa?? transition from school to work or further education. Philip studied psychology at the SELF research centre at the University of Western Sydney where he received a first class honours degree and the Australian Psychological Society Science Prize for his thesis. He then completed his PhD at the University of Sydney on the role of motivational constructs and processes in the development of teacher burnout and subjective well-being. Philip has published in a number of international journals including the Child Development, Developmental Psychology, Journal of Educational Psychology, Learning and Instruction, Journal of Personality, and Teacher and Teacher Education. He also published a number of book chapters and peer-reviewed papers in international conferences proceedings and monographs. Philip was previously a Jacob's foundation funded post-doctoral research fellow in the PATHWAYS to Adulthood program. Philip is currently an Australian Research Council Discovery Early Career Research Award holder.

    Phone : 4667 (North Sydney) Email : Philip.Parker@acu.edu.au

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