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Research areas of interest for future HDR supervision are listed in the individual staff profiles and staff welcome enquiries from prospective research students.

HDR supervision experience - Staff have been involved in supervising research such as the following topics or areas:

Dr Naoko Araki-Metcalfe

  • Folktales as medium for teaching reading: A case study in Indonesian primary schools
  • What motivates Japanese people to learn English in Australia?
  • Iranian migrant mothers’ performance of identities through family photograph collections

Dr Ruth Arber

  • Learning Experiences within multi-phased transnational educational programs
  • Folktales as medium for teaching reading: A case study in Indonesian primary schools
  • Varieties of Blended Learning Pedagogy in Australian and Malaysian Universities
  • Gender issues in TESOL teaching
  • Intercultural communication competence and adaption of Chinese international students in Australia
  • Listening to the sounds of silence on the multicultural landscape
  • The effects of high stakes national testing on Australian schools
  • Teachers in TESOL: questions of identity and pedagogy
  • "Completing the triangle": experiences of recently inducted B.Ed graduates in the UAE
  • Investigating mismatches between Australian international graduate destinations and skill shortages
  • Teaching and learning science and mathematics in English in Malaysia
  • Art Education - Implications of culture towards a more inclusive education
  • The outcomes, processes and challenges of inclusive education in Victoria

Dr Zosia Golebiowski

  • A conversational analysis of EFL classroom in Bahasa Indonesia context: The Role of Teachers’ Input and Students’ Output
  • Dialect Features of Leupueng Children: A Post Tsunami Study
  • Motivation, Learning Strategies, and Self-Regulation in a Foreign-Language Classroom: A Diary Study
  • Request mitigating devices in Australian English and Iraqi Arabic: a comparative study
  • An attitudinal study on conversation-focused speaking approach with the use of multimedia material: Views and attitudes of Korean EFL adult learners
  • Disagreement in Online Discourse: A cross-cultural analysis.
  • Language Learning Strategies: The effect of cooperative strategy training on motivation, language development and overall strategy use

Dr Tricia Henry

  • English as an international language and teacher’s professional identity
  • Imagining Future Selves: EFL Secondary and Tertiary Students in Taiwan
  • Native English speaking teachers and Taiwanese English teachers’ professional identity
  • Intelligibility, accentedness and attitudes towards ELF in Australian Higher Education
  • Enhancing ESOL learners’ text comprehension through conceptual metaphor awareness raising
  • Enhancing the interaction of English language learners in Korea: dialogic inquiry
  • Dialect shift as a possible indicator of dialect loss
  • Teachers’ use of English in the Indonesian primary classroom
  • The impact of personality on English learning
  • The influence of autonomy on the L2 Self

Associate Professor Alex Kostogriz

  • Situating effective inclusive teaching principles and practices in multicultural education
  • Urban schooling: An investigation of a “southern” professionalism in transnational spaces
  • The everyday work of English language and literacy teachers: Professional learning and ethics
  • Intercultural understanding of Australian university students learning Indonesian
  • Chinese international students’ everyday communication and identity negotiation in Australia
  • Personality and second language learning: A sociocultural perspective
  • The role of research in the professional learning of Indonesian student-teachers
  • The role of play in teaching English as a foreign language in early childhood settings in Indonesia
  • Literary praxis in English: A postcolonial standpoint
  • Writing and cultural identities: Chinese students’ experience of academic English
  • Preparing EFL teachers: The effect of different stakeholder expectations on teacher education in Aceh
  • Enhancing the interaction of English language learners in Korea: A dialogical approach
  • Additional language literacy practices and the formation of identity
  • Folktales as a medium for teaching reading: A case study in Indonesian primary schools
  • Enhancing literacy in English as a second language through metaphor awareness raising
  • Teacher professional practice and the ethic of care: An everyday problematic

 

Research areas of interest for future HDR supervision are listed in the individual staff profiles and staff welcome enquiries from prospective research students.

 

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