Associate Professor Head, Home Economics Education Department, MIE, MSc Public Health Nutrition (University of Massachusetts, USA, Post-grad Cert in Online Education (University of Southern Queensland, Australia)

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Pedagogical Implications of Asynchronous Online Discussion for the Training of Secondary School Teachers in a Multicultural and Non-native English Speaking Setting

This paper will discuss the pedagogical implications for online discussion for the training of secondary school teachers in a multicultural and non-native English speaking setting.

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Using a Constructivist Approach to Assess Trainee Teachers’ Understanding of Health-related Concepts

This paper explores the use and implications of using a constructivist approach to assessing understanding of health concepts among primary school trainee teachers enrolled in a Health Education module.

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The Use of Issue-Based Asynchronous Online Discussions to Supplement In-Class Discussions among Non-Native English Speaking Trainee Teachers

A study was conducted among non-native English speaking trainee teachers to quantitatively and qualitatively assess the trainees' participation in issue-based asynchronous online discussions.

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