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Research higher degree theses

I help clients across the social sciences, but particularly in education, and I’ve copyedited, formatted and proofread higher degree research theses in the following broad research areas. I can generally turn my hand to any nonscientific discipline, however — contact me to see how I can help.

Chinese teacher education
Coaching and mentoring in education
Curriculum and pedagogy
Dramatic arts
Educational assessment
Early childhood education
French literature
Health education
Human-centred design

ICT in education
Indigenous education (Australian)
Language and literature education
Mathematics education
Nursing & midwifery
Outdoor, environmental and experiential education
Science education
Sustainability education

Research reports

Lo Bianco, J., Nicolas, E., & Hannan, S. (In press). Bilingual education and second language acquisition in early childhood education: Synthesis of best evidence from research and practice. ACER. [Client: J. Lo Bianco, University of Melbourne]

Bianco, J. (In press). Securing the promise: Sustaining, deepening and extending language education for all Victorians. ACER. [Client: J. Lo Bianco, University of Melbourne]

Harding., S., Griffin., P., Graham., L., Arnup., J., Szymakowski, J., English., N., Nibali., N., Alom, BM., & Zhang., Z. (2018). Achieving mathematics growth for high capacity students: Realising the potential for Australia’s high capacity students. Assessment Research Centre, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne. [Client: ARC, University of Melbourne]

Harding., S., Griffin., P., Graham., L., English., N., Nibali., N., & Alom, BM. (2018). Findings and recommendations from realising the potential for Australia’s high capacity students. Assessment Research Centre, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne. [Client: ARC, University of Melbourne]

Harding., S., Nibali., N., English., N., Griffin., P., Graham., L., Alom, BM., and Zhang., Z. (2018). Self-regulated learning in the classroom: Realising the potential for Australia’s high capacity studentsAssessment Research Centre, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne. [Client: ARC, University of Melbourne]

Harding., S., Nibali., N., Griffin., P., Graham., L., Arnup., J., English., N., Alom, BM., & Zhang., Z. (2018). Achieving reading comprehension growth for high capacity students: Realising the potential for Australia’s high capacity students. Assessment Research Centre, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne. [Client: ARC, University of Melbourne]

Gray, T., Hall, T. J., Downey, G., Jones, B. T., Truong, S., Power, A., . . . Sheringham, C. J. (2016). Enhancing Programs Integrating Tertiary Outbound Mobility Experiences (EPITOME): Final report. Western Sydney University. doi:10.4225/35/588805fa8dd2. [Client: T. Gray & T. Hall, Western Sydney University]

Redman, C., Cooper,  M., & Boltrell, C. (2014). Rural Youth Aspirations project: Final report March 2014. The University of Melbourne, Australia. [Client: C. Redman, University of Melbourne]

Journal and conference papers

Beasy, K., Kriewaldt, J., Trevethan, H., Morgan, A., & Cowie, B. (2020). Multiperspectivism as a threshold concept in understanding diversity and inclusion for future teachers. The Australian Educational Researcher. doi:10.1007/s13384-019-00376-6. [Client: J. Kriewaldt, University of Melbourne]

Zanuttini, J. (2020). Using a systematic review to explore single-subject design use within special education over time. Australasian Journal of Special and Inclusive Education, 44(1), 1-14. doi:10.1017/jsi.2020.4 [Client: J. Zanuttini, University of Sydney]

Nguyen, T. H. N. (2019). Parental involvement in outdoor learning: crossing curriculum priorities. Curriculum Perspectives. 39, 103-107. doi:10.1007/s41297-019-00064-6. [Client: T. H. N. Nhung, Western Sydney University]

Dobud, W., & Harper, N. J. (2018). Of Dodo birds and common factors: A scoping review of direct comparison trials in adventure therapyComplementary Therapies in Clinical Practice, 31, 16-24. [Client: W. Dobud, True North Expeditions]

Yager, Z., Gray, T., Curry, C., & McLean, S. A. (2017). Body dissatisfaction, excessive exercise, and weight change strategies used by first-year undergraduate students: comparing health and physical education and other education students. Journal of Eating Disorders, 5(10). [Client: T. Gray, Western Sydney University]

Gray, T. (2016). The “F” word: Feminism in outdoor education. Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education, 19(2), 25-41. [Client: T. Gray, Western Sydney University]

Journals

Associate Editor, International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching in Education (Editor-in-Chief Prof Andrew Hobson, University of Brighton, UK). [Client: Emerald Publishing UK, Jan 2016 to present]

Managing Editor, Journal of Outdoor & Environmental Education (Editor-in-Chief A/Prof John Quay, University of Melbourne, Australia). [Client: Outdoor Council of Australia, Sep 2015 to Dec 2017]

Books

Book chapters

Singh, M. (2020). Migration and decolonising doctoral education through knowledge translation. In V. Anderson & H. Johnson (Eds.), Migration, education and translation: Cross-disciplinary perspectives on human mobility and cultural encounters in education settings. Routledge. doi:10.4324/9780429291159 [Client: M. Singh, Western Sydney University]

Singh, M. (2018). Learning to theorise from Bourdieu: Using Zhōngwén (中文) in English for research publication purposes. In G. Mu, K. Dooley & A. Luke (Eds). Bourdieu and Chinese education: Inequality, competition, and change. Routledge. [Client: M. Singh, Western Sydney University]

Redman, C. (2014). The Melbourne Graduate School of Education Master of Teaching: A clinical practice model. In M. Jones & J. Ryan (Eds.), Successful teacher education (pp. 11-29). Sense Publishers. [Client: C. Redman, University of Melbourne]