Dr Igusti Darmawan

Igusti Darmawan
Senior Lecturer
School of Education
Faculty of Arts

Dr I Gusti Ngurah Darmawan is a Senior Lecturer and the Associate Head (International) within the School of Education at the University of Adelaide.

His research interests are wide and varied. From a strong initial interest in ICT and Science Education, he has extended his field of inquiry in these areas to cross-national and comparative perspectives, and consequently developing a strong interest in educational research methodology and measurement.

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Dr Igusti Darmawan

Dr I Gusti Ngurah Darmawan is a Senior Lecturer and the Associate Head (International) within the School of Education at the University of Adelaide.

His research interests are wide and varied. From a strong initial interest in ICT and Science Education, he has extended his field of inquiry in these areas to cross-national and comparative perspectives, and consequently developing a strong interest in educational research methodology and measurement.

  • ICT, Science and Mathematics Education;
  • Assessment and the measurement of student achievement, progress, and attitude; Secondary data analysis;
  • Advanced quantitative methods and their applications (e.g. SEM and multilevel modelling);
  • Cross national and comparative studies.

Appointments

Date Position Institution name
2009 Senior Lecturer University of Adelaide
2006 - 2009 Lecturer University of Adelaide
2003 - 2005 Occupational and Research Training Fellow Flinders University
1998 - 2002 Senior Lecturer Pendidikan Nasional University
1989 - 1998 Lecturer Pendidikan Nasional University

Education

Date Institution name Country Title
2007 University of Adelaide Australia Graduate Certificate in Education (Higher Education)
2003 Flinders University Australia PhD
1994 Syracuse University United States Certificate in Information Systems and Telecomunication Management
1994 Syracuse University United States Master of Science in Information Resources Management
1988 Bandung Institute of Technology Indonesia Sarjana Degree in Civil Engineering

Research Interests

Education Assessment and Evaluation

Journals

Year Citation
2015 Thien, L., Darmawan, I. & Ong, M. (2015). Affective characteristics and mathematics performance in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand: what can PISA 2012 data tell us?. Large-scale Assessments in Education, 3, 1, 1-16. 10.1186/s40536-015-0013-z
2013 Al Hamdany, H., Picard, M., Maadad, N. & Darmawan, I. (2013). Spoken register and Iraqi students in an English for academic purposes program. The International Journal of Literacies, 19, 3, 89-110.
2013 Mohd Salleh, U. & Darmawan, I. (2013). Differences between in-field and out-of-field history teachers infuence on students learning experience in Malaysian secondary schools. Creative Education, 4, 9, 5-9. 10.4236/ce.2013.49B002
2013 Majeed, A. A., Darmawan, I. G. N. & Lynch, P. (2013). A confirmatory factor analysis of Attitudes Toward Mathematics Inventory (ATMI). The Mathematics Educator, 15, 1, 121-135.
2013 Wallwork, S., Butler, D., Fulton, I., Stewart, H., Darmawan, I. & Moseley, G. (2013). Left/right neck rotation judgments are affected by age, gender, handedness and image rotation. Manual Therapy, 18, 3, 225-230. 10.1016/j.math.2012.10.006
2010 Abd Razak, N., Darmawan, I. & Keeves, J. (2010). The influence of culture on teacher commitment. Social Psychology of Education, 13, 2, 185-205. 10.1007/s11218-009-9109-z
2010 Keeves, J. & Darmawan, I. (2010). Globalisation and the Wholeness of the Educative Process. Education and Society, 28, 3, 5-29. 10.7459/es/28.3.02
2009 Ziersch, A., Baum, F., Darmawan, I., Kavanagh, A. & Bentley, R. (2009). Social capital and health in rural and urban communities in South Australia. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 33, 1, 7-16. 10.1111/j.1753-6405.2009.00332.x
2007 Kek, Y., Darmawan, I. & Chen, Y. (2007). Family, learning environments, learning approaches, and student outcomes in a Malaysian private university. International Education Journal, 8, 2, 318-336.
2007 Blackman, I., Hall, M. & Darmawan, I. (2007). Undergraduate nurse variables that predict academic achievement and clinical competence in nursing. International Education Journal, 8, 2, 222-236.
2007 Keeves, J. & Darmawan, I. (2007). Issues in language learning. International Education Journal, 8, 2, 16-26.
2007 Rumpagaporn, M. & Darmawan, I. (2007). Students' critical thinking skills in a Thai ICT schools pilot project. International Education Journal, 8, 2, 125-132.
2007 Matthews, B., Lietz, P. & Darmawan, I. (2007). Values and learning approaches of students at an international university. Social Psychology of Education, 10, 2, 247-275. 10.1007/s11218-007-9019-x
2006 Darmawan, I. & Keeves, J. (2006). Accountability of teachers and schools: A value-added approach. International Education Journal, 7, 2, 174-188.
2006 Keeves, J., Lietz, P., Gregory, K. & Darmawan, I. (2006). Some problems in the analysis of cross-national survey data. International Education Journal, 7, 2, 110-126.
2006 Darmawan, I. & Keeves, J. (2006). Suppressor variables and multilevel mixture modelling. International Education Journal, 7, 2, 160-173.
2004 Njora, H., Darmawan, I. & Keeves, J. (2004). Examining the validity of different assessment modes in measuring competence in performing human services. International Education Journal, 5, 2, 154-175.
2004 Blackman, I. & Darmawan, I. (2004). Graduate-entry medical student variables that predict academic and clinical achievement. International Education Journal, 4, 4, 30-41.
2002 Darmawan, I. (2002). NORM software review: handling missing values with multiple imputation methods. Evaluation Journal of Australasia, 2, 1, 51-57.
2002 Darmawan, I. & Keeves, J. (2002). Two-level model of information technology adoption in local government of Bali. International Education Journal, 3, 1, 47-60.
2001 Darmawan, I. (2001). Adoption and implementation of information technology in Bali's local government: A comparison between single level path analyses using PLSPATH 3.01 and AMOS 4 and Multilevel Path Analyses using MPLUS 2.01. International Education Journal, 2, 4, 100-125.
2000 Darmawan, I. N. (2000). The change of structural, perception and attitudinal dimensions in information technology implementation processes. International Education Journal, 1, 3, 181-201.

Books

Year Citation
2016 L. M. Thien, N. A. Razak, J. P. Keeves & I. G. N. Darmawan (Eds.) (2016). What Can PISA 2012 Data Tell Us? Performance and Challenges in Five Participating Southeast Asian Countries. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. 10.1007/978-94-6300-468-8
2016 L. M. Thien, N. A. Razak, J. P. Keeves & I. G. N. Darmawan (Eds.) (2016). What Can PISA 2012 Data Tell Us? Performance and Challenges in Five Participating Southeast Asian Countries. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. 10.1007/978-94-6300-468-8
2013 I. G. N. Darmawan & C. R. Aldous (Eds.) (2013). The Processes of Change on Learning Literacy and Numeracy in South Australian Primary Schools An Investigation Into the Performance of Students and Schools in Numeracy and Literacy in Rural, Regional and Remote South Australia. Adelaide, South Australia: Shannon Research Press.
2009 Aldous, C. R., Darmawan, I. G. N. & Keeves, J. P. (2009). Change Over Time in Learning Numeracy and Literacy in Rural and Remote School An Investigation Into the Performance of Students and Schools in Numeracy and Literacy in Rural, Regional and Remote South Australia.
2003 Darmawan, I. (2003). Implementation of Information Technology in local government in Bali, Indonesia. Adelaide: Flinders University.

Book Chapters

Year Citation
2016 Darmawan, I. N. (2016). Assessing the Quality and Equity of Student Performance in Five Southeast Asian Countries. In L. M. Thien, N. A. Razak, J. P. Keeves & I. G. N. Darmawan (Eds.), What Can PISA 2012 Data Tell Us? Performance and Challenges in Five Participating Southeast Asian Countries (pp. 159-180). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers. 10.1007/978-94-6300-468-8_9
2016 Keeves, J. P. & Darmawan, I. G. N. (2016). Epilogue. In L. M. Thien, N. A. Razak, J. P. Keeves & I. G. N. Darmawan (Eds.), What Can PISA 2012 Data Tell Us? Performance and Challenges in Five Participating Southeast Asian Countries (pp. 239-247). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers. 10.1007/978-94-6300-468-8_13
2016 Keeves, J. P. & Darmawan, I. G. N. (2016). Epilogue. In L. M. Thien, N. A. Razak, J. P. Keeves & I. G. N. Darmawan (Eds.), What Can PISA 2012 Data Tell Us? Performance and Challenges in Five Participating Southeast Asian Countries (pp. 239-247). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers. 10.1007/978-94-6300-468-8_13
2016 Keeves, J. P. & Darmawan, I. G. N. (2016). The foundation problems for educational research arising from the PISA studies: Important issues for research into PISA studies. In L. M. Thien, N. A. Razak, J. P. Keeves & I. G. N. Darmawan (Eds.), What Can PISA 2012 Data Tell Us? Performance and Challenges in Five Participating Southeast Asian Countries (pp. 219-238). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers. 10.1007/978-94-6300-468-8_12
2016 Thien, L. M. & Darmawan, I. G. N. (2016). Factors Associated with Malaysian Mathematics Performance in PISA 2012. In L. M. Thien, N. A. Razak, J. P. Keeves & I. G. N. Darmawan (Eds.), What Can PISA 2012 Data Tell Us? Performance and Challenges in Five Participating Southeast Asian Countries (pp. 81-105). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers. 10.1007/978-94-6300-468-8_6
2015 Keeves, J. P. & Darmawan, I. G. N. (2015). Philosophical and Pedagogical Underpinnings of Globalisation and Education. In J. Zajda (Ed.), Second International Handbook on Globalisation, Education and Policy Research (pp. 817-837). Dordrecht: Springer. 10.1007/978-94-017-9493-0_49
2015 Keeves, J. P., Darmawan, I. G. N. & Lietz, P. N. (2015). Globalisation and Social Change. In J. Zajda (Ed.), Second International Handbook on Globalisation, Education and Policy Research (pp. 53-76). Dordrecht: Springer. 10.1007/978-94-017-9493-0_4
2013 Darmawan, I. G. N. & Keeves, J. P. (2013). Gains in numeracy and literacy in South Australian primary schools. In I. G. N. Darmawan & C. R. Aldous (Eds.), The processes of change on learning literacy and numeracy in South Australian primary schools (pp. 139-174). Adelaide: Shannon Research Press.
2013 Darmawan, I. G. N., Razak, N. A. & Keeves, J. P. (2013). Literacy and numeracy: reciprocal relationships. In I. G. N. Darmawan & C. R. Aldous (Eds.), The processes of change on learning literacy and numeracy in South Australian primary schools (pp. 117-138). Adelaide: Shannon Research Press.
2013 Darmawan, I. G. N. & Keeves, J. P. (2013). Advancing the performance of students and schools in the non-metropolitan and rural region of South Australia. In I. G. N. Darmawan & C. R. Aldous (Eds.), The processes of change on learning literacy and numeracy in South Australian primary schools (pp. 196-209). Adelaide: Shannon Research Press.
2013 Darmawan, I. G. N. & Keeves, J. P. (2013). The adding of value to the processes and performance of a metropolitan school system. In I. G. N. Darmawan & C. R. Aldous (Eds.), The processes of change on learning literacy and numeracy in South Australian primary schools (pp. 175-195). Adelaide: Shannon Research Press.
2013 Aldous, C. R., Darmawan, I. G. N. & Keeves, J. P. (2013). The processes of education. In I. G. N. Darmawan & C. R. Aldous (Eds.), The processes of change on learning literacy and numeracy in South Australian primary schools (pp. 1-17). Adelaide: Shannon Research Press.
2013 Razak, N. A., Keeves, J. P. & Darmawan, I. G. N. (2013). Developing a modelling approach and the examination of models. In I. G. N. Darmawan & C. R. Aldous (Eds.), The processes of change on learning literacy and numeracy in South Australian primary schools (pp. 27-63). Adelaide: Shannon Research Press.
2013 Aldous, C. R., Darmawan, I. G. N. & Keeves, J. P. (2013). A systemic approach to the conduct, learning, and teaching of educational research. In I. G. N. Darmawan & C. R. Aldous (Eds.), The processes of change on learning literacy and numeracy in South Australian primary schools (pp. 210-226). Adelaide: Shannon Research Press.
2013 Keeves, J., Hungi, N. & Darmawan, I. (2013). Effects of socioeconomic status, class size and ability grouping on science achievement: a sociological approach. In S. Alagumalai, S. Burley & J. Keeves (Eds.), Excellence in scholarship: transcending transdisciplinarity in teacher education (pp. 19-42). Netherlands: Sense Publishers. 10.1007/978-94-6209-257-0_2
2013 Touloumouzoglou, J., Keeves, J. P. & Darmawan, I. G. N. (2013). Evaluating a curriculum intervention. In I. G. N. Darmawan & C. R. Aldous (Eds.), The processes of change on learning literacy and numeracy in South Australian primary schools (pp. 64-83). Adelaide: Shannon Research Press.
2011 Keeves, J. & Darmawan, I. (2011). Globalisation and education for human wellbeing and development. In R. H. Shute (Ed.), Mental Health and Wellbeing: Educational Perspectives (pp. 3-13). Australia: Shannon Research Press.
2009 Darmawan, I. & Keeves, J. (2009). Evidence from previous studies in rural and remote education. In C. R. Aldous, I. G. N. Darmawan & J. P. Keeves (Eds.), Change Over Time in Learning Numeracy and Literacy in Rural and Remote Schools (pp. 22-39). Australia: Shannon Research Press.
2009 Darmawan, I. & Keeves, J. (2009). Using Mulitlevel Analysis. In C. R. Aldous, I. G. N. Darmawan & J. P. Keeves (Eds.), Change Over Time in Learning Numeracy and Literacy in Rural and Remote Schools (pp. 50-62). Australia: Shannon Research Press.
2009 Aldous, C., Darmawan, I. & Keeves, J. (2009). Adding value to schooling in an educational revolution. In C. R. Aldous, I. G. N. Darmawan & J. P. Keeves (Eds.), Change Over Time in Learning Numeracy and Literacy in Rural and Remote Schools (pp. 140-167). Australia: Shannon Research Press.
2009 Keeves, J. & Darmawan, I. (2009). Levels of performance in numeracy. In C. R. Aldous, I. G. N. Darmawan & J. P. Keeves (Eds.), Change Over Time in Learning Numeracy and Literacy in Rural and Remote Schools (pp. 63-82). Australia: Shannon Research Press.
2009 Keeves, J. & Darmawan, I. (2009). Teaching science. In L. J. Saha & A. G. Dworkin (Eds.), International handbook of research on teachers and teaching (pp. 975-1000). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer. 10.1007/978-0-387-73317-3_65
2009 Keeves, J. & Darmawan, I. (2009). Developments in quantitative methods in research into teachers and teaching. In L. J. Saha & A. G. Dworkin (Eds.), International handbook of research on teachers and teaching (pp. 103-120). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer. 10.1007/978-0-387-73317-3_7
2009 Darmawan, I. & Keeves, J. (2009). Exploring the effects of schools on numeracy performance. In C. R. Aldous (Ed.), The Learning of Numeracy and Literacy in South Australian Primary Schools (pp. 83-104). South Australia: Shannon Research Press.
2009 Darmawan, I., Wilkinson, C. & Afrassa, T. (2009). The data from the testing programs in South Australia. In C. R. Aldous (Ed.), The Learning of Numeracy and Literacy in South Australian Primary Schools (pp. 32-45). South Australia: Shannon Research Press.
2009 Darmawan, I. & Keeves, J. (2009). Factors influencing the learning of literacy and numeracy across grades. In C. R. Aldous, I. G. N. Darmawan & J. P. Keeves (Eds.), Change Over Time in Learning Numeracy and Literacy in Rural and Remote Schools (pp. 101-125). Australia: Shannon Research Press.
2009 Abd Razak, N., Darmawan, I. & Keeves, J. (2009). Teacher commitment. In L. J. Saha & A. G. Dworkin (Eds.), International handbook of research on teachers and teaching (pp. 343-360). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer. 10.1007/978-0-387-73317-3_22
2009 Darmawan, I. & Keeves, J. (2009). Literacy and numeracy in the non-metropolitan region. In C. R. Aldous, I. G. N. Darmawan & J. P. Keeves (Eds.), Change Over Time in Learning Numeracy and Literacy in Rural and Remote Schools (pp. 126-139). Australia: Shannon Research Press.
2009 Darmawan, I. & Keeves, J. (2009). The role and operation of literacy on performance in numeracy. In C. R. Aldous (Ed.), The Learning of Numeracy and Literacy in South Australian Primary Schools (pp. 105-120). South Australia: Shannon Research Press.
2009 Aldous, C., Darmawan, I. & Afrassa, T. (2009). The exploratory analysis of student performance in numeracy and literacy. In C. R. Aldous (Ed.), The Learning of Numeracy and Literacy in South Australian Primary Schools (pp. 59-82). South Australia: Shannon Research Press.
2009 Aldous, C., Darmawan, I. & Keeves, J. (2009). Is intervention effective? Exploring the effects of the country areas program. In C. R. Aldous (Ed.), The Learning of Numeracy and Literacy in South Australian Primary Schools (pp. 121-139). South Australia: Shannon Research Press.
2009 Darmawan, I. & Keeves, J. (2009). Literacy performance at the school and student levels. In C. R. Aldous, I. G. N. Darmawan & J. P. Keeves (Eds.), Change Over Time in Learning Numeracy and Literacy in Rural and Remote Schools (pp. 83-100). Australia: Shannon Research Press.
2009 Darmawan, I. & Sitinjak, F. (2009). Factors influencing science performance in Indonesia: What PISA 2006 tells us. In B. Matthews & T. Gibbons (Eds.), The process of research in education. A festschrift in honour of John P Keeves AM (pp. 277-295). Woodcroft, South Australia: Shannon Research Press.
2009 Darmawan, I., Afrassa, T. & Keeves, J. (2009). Evidence from the basic skills tests in South Australia. In C. R. Aldous, I. G. N. Darmawan & J. P. Keeves (Eds.), Change Over Time in Learning Numeracy and Literacy in Rural and Remote Schools (pp. 40-49). Australia: Shannon Research Press.
2008 Abd Razak, N., Darmawan, I. & Keeves, J. (2008). Cross-cultural views of teacher commitment in Malaysia. In O. S. Tan, D. M. McInerney, A. D. Liem & A. G. Tan (Eds.), What the West can Learn from the East: Asian Perspectives on the Psychology of Learning and Motivation (pp. 101-136). USA: Information Age Publishing Inc..
2005 Darmawan, I. (2005). Creating a scale as a general measure of satisfaction for information and communication technology users. In S. Alagumalai, D. D. Curtis & N. Hungi (Eds.), Applied Rasch Measurement: A Book of Exemplars: Papers in Honour of John P. Keeves (pp. 271-286). Netherlands: Springer.
2003 Keeves, J., Njora, H. & Darmawan, I. (2003). Monitoring the impact of globalisation on education and human development. In J. P. Keeves & R. Watanabe (Eds.), The International Handbook of Educational Research in the Asia-Pacific Region: Springer International Handbooks of Education Vol 11 (pp. 1331-1345). The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Conference Papers

Year Citation
2014 Lietz, P., Darmawan, I. G. N. & Aldous, C. (2014). INDIGENOUS AND RURAL STUDENTS: DOUBLE WHAMMY OR GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY? EVIDENCE FROM SOUTH AUSTRALIA AND AROUND THE WORLD. ACER Research Conference 2014. Adelaide.
2010 Blackman, I., Singh, G. & Darmawan, I. (2010). Predicting Malaysian nursing student achievement. Pacific RIM Objective Measurement Symposium. Kuala Lumpur.
2010 Darmawan, I. & Westphalen, L. (2010). Advancing collaborative learning pedagogy with team learning systems. International Conference on e-Learning. Penang, MALAYSIA.
2009 Abd Razak, N., Darmawan, I. & Keeves, J. (2009). Conceptualisation and Validation of Cross-Cultural Multidimensional Constructs. ANZCIES (Annual Conference). Armidale.
2008 Hall, M., Matthews, B. & Darmawan, I. (2008). Do age, achieved level of education and demands on personal time influence balues, motivation and approaches to learning. International Congress of Psychology. Germany.
2007 Rumpagaporn, M. & Darmawan, I. (2007). A Pilot Project in Thai ICT Schools to Promote Students Critical Thinking Skills. st International Conference on Educational Reform. Mahasarakham University, Thailand.
2002 Darmawan, I. (2002). Information technology adoption in local government of Bali: two level path models. FUIIE Conference (2002). Adelaide, South Australia.
2002 Darmawan, I. (2002). Information Technology Adoption in Local Government of Bali. ANZAM/IFSAM VIth World Congress (2002). Goldcoast, QLD, Australia.
2002 Darmawan, I. (2002). Perceived Impact of Information technology on User Performance in Local Government of Bali: A Two Level Model. IAPP National Conference (2002). Adelaide, South Australia.

Conference Items

Year Citation
2008 Matthews, B., Darmawan, I. & Lietz, P. (2008). Values and approaches to learning: A longitudinal study involving students at an international university. 19th International Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. Germany.

Report for External Bodies

Year Citation
2014 Razak, N. A., Mee, T. L. & Darmawan, I. G. N., (2014). Relationships of Student and Classroom level Variables with TIMSS 2011 Mathematics Achievement in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand, SEAMEO RECSAM, Penang, Malaysia,

Research Grants and Projects

2017       Department of Foreign Affair and Trade: Educational Assessment: National Examination and Computer Based Testing ($1,857,567)

2015       School of Education Discretionary Research Funding: Current Trends and Development in Questionnaires and Tests for Languages and Mathematics at Secondary Education ($3,875)

2015       School of Education Discretionary Research Funding: The influence of gender, age, student SES and vocational (VET) entry qualification on undergraduate academic performance ($2,500)

2013     Faculty of the Professions Learning and Development Grant: Designing an Intercultural Learning Environment for First Year Students that Encounter Three Aspects: A Video Demonstration, an e-Learning and a Face to Face Communication Assemblage ($10,000)

2013     School of Education Small Research Grant: Student Performance in Science and Mathematics: A Comparative Study of Ten Asia Pacific Countries ($8,000)

2011     DECS: Teach-SA ($594,000)

2010     Australian Leadership Awards – Fellowships Program Round 7: Educational Assessment and Evaluation ($273,000)

            Equity Grants: Cultural experiences of international academics of non-English speaking background in a south Australian university ($5,000)

2009     ARC Support Grant: Technology-Enhanced Adaptive Learning Environment ($8,000)

2007     University of Adelaide Teaching Grant: Advancing Collaborative Learning with Team Learning System ($25.000)

Current Teaching

  • Introduction to Quantitative Educational Methods,,
  • Advanced Quantitative Educational Research
  • Assessment and Evaluation in Education

Previous Teaching

  • Examination of Information and Analysis of Frequency and Count Data
  • Measurement, Assessment and Evaluation

Current PhD students 

Jerome Oko (Examining factors which affect Grade 10 and 12 Students' mathematics achievement in Papua New Guinea)

Khusaini (An investigation of the factors influencing Physics achievement of Year 12 students in Malang Indonesia)

Gary Jones (Music Education)

Aysha Abdul Majeed (An examination of the relationships between affective constructs and mathematics achievement of students in Adelaide Metropolitan Schools)

Michelle Lacia (Classroom Practices in Mathematics: Effects on Primary and Secondary Students’ Achievement in Cotabato City, Philippines and Adelaide, South Australia)

Elizar (Higher order thinking in the Indonesian mathematics classroom)

Christina Surmei (Preschool Children’s Ability to Identify Embarrassment and Pride in Others)

Richard Burton (Mathematical rigor in the Year 12 curriculum: A focus on the textbook as a tool for mathematical success)

 

Completed PhD students 

Che Yee Lye (ESL teaching)

Alessandro Lovat (Pathways for encouraging students from disadvantaged backgrounds to take part in higher education)

Amrit Pal Kaur (The use of Interactive Whiteboard in Education)

Hailaya Wilham (Learning Assessment Practices of Teachers in the Division of Tawi-Tawi, Philippines)

Umi Kalsum Mohd Salleh (An Investigation into Possible differences between qualified and out of field history teachers in Malaysian secondary schools).

Burhanuddin (Perceptions of the use of Participative Management in the Public University Sector of Malang)

Homayoon Azemikhah (The Double Heuristic Method: Perspective on how teachers deal with an alternative model for teaching in VET sector)

Joy Talukdar ('Knowledge' and 'Attitude' of Pre-Service Teachers in South Australia about Sexually Transmissible Infections (STIs) and Other Blood-Borne Viruses (BBVs)

Vegneskumar Maniam (Adelaide Secondary School Students’ Participation in Sport and Their Cultural Identity: A Humanistic Sociological Study)

Sasikala Nalaya  (The Use of Multimodal Texts to Enhance the Reading Skills of Undergraduates)

Francisco Ben (Students' Uptake of Physics: a Study of South Australian and Filipino students)

Yih Chyn Kek  (Individual Characteristics, Family, Self Efficacy, Curriculum, University and Classroom Learning Environment, Teaching Approaches and Teacher Factors, Learning Approaches, and Outcomes of Private University Students in Malaysia: A Mixed Research Study)

Methinee Rumpagaporn (Students Critical Thinking Skills, Attitudes to ICT and Perceptions of ICT Classroom Learning Environments under the ICT Schools Pilot Project in Thailand)

 

Position
Senior Lecturer
Phone
83135788
Fax
8313 3604
Campus
North Terrace
Building
10 Pulteney Street
Room Number
8 34
Org Unit
School of Education

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