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Ms Pauline Ho
|Area||School of Education Research|
|Location||N2.18 Centre for Partnerships & Projects in Education|
|Role and profile||Research Fellow - Centre for Partnerships & Projects in Education|
- Teacher professional identity, learning and development.
- Educational equity as influenced by pedagogical and policy practices, particularly of schools and students from disadvantaged communities and backgrounds.
- Student outcomes as influenced by socio-economic status, poverty, cultural differences.
- Family-school-community relationships.
|Current research projects||
Longitudinal Teacher Workforce Main Study (DEEWR)
2011 Outstanding Research Student Paper Award (University of Sydney)
2010 Thomas T. Roberts Research Fellowship Award (University of Sydney)
2010 New South Wales International Educational Research (IER) Post-Graduate Student Research Award
2005 National Day Parade Appreciation Award (Government of Singapore)
PhD candidate (University of Sydney)
MEd (Nanyang Technological University, National Institute of Education, Singapore)
BA, Dip Ed (Nanyang Technological University, National Institute of Education, Singapore)
|Memberships||International Society for Music Education (ISME)|
Ho, P. (2011). Rethinking Power, Culture & Knowledge: E(merging) discourses of Technical Students in Singapore. Paper presented at the University of Sydney Research Forum 2011, Sydney, Australia, 19 May. (Award-winning paper)
Ho, P., & Chong, N. Y. (2010). Preparing Quality Teachers: An Academic Quality Management Framework. Paper presented at The 2nd East Asian International Conference on Teacher Education Research, 15-17th December.
Ho, P. & Chong, N. Y. (2008). Cultural Perspectives on the Talent Development of a Musically Gifted Adolescent in Singapore. Paper presented with proceedings at the International Society of Music Education Conference 2008, Bologna, Italy, 20-25 July.
Ho, P. & Chong, N. Y. (2008). Factors Contributing to Musical Talent Performance: An Exemplary Case Study of a Musically Gifted Adolescent in Singapore Using DMGT-based analysis. Paper presentation at the 10th Asia-Pacific Conference on Giftedness, Singapore, 14-17 July.