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RESEARCH STUDY

Find all you need to know about research study at Griffith, from degrees to scholarships and how to apply. Our Griffith Graduate Research School also offers a range of opportunities to enhance your graduate experience.

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Recent completions

  • Kathryn Ambrose, Master of Education for the thesis entitled Exploring possible gender profiles in carer-reported anxiety symptoms in children on the autism spectrum
  • Juliet Beattie, Master of Education for the thesis entitled Incorporating intercultural understanding capability in Christian studies years 7-9 in Lutheran education
  • Gemma Beriman, Master of Education for the thesis entitled An exploration of two entrepreneurship education programs delivered to secondary school students and their impact on student self-efficacy
  • Gayle Brent, Master of Education for the thesis entitled Exploring academic staff perceptions of employability-based learning in STEM
  • Dr Debbie Brosseuk, Doctor of Philosophy for the thesis entitled Launch-ing an organic literacy pedagogy to stimulate text production among learners in the early years
  • Dr Susan Chapman, Doctor of Philosophy for the thesis entitled Arts Immersion across the curriculum: An action research case study in using the Arts as the home language in a primary school classroom
  • Dr Hao Chen, Doctor of Philosophy for the thesis entitled Discipline heads' lived experiences of implementing higher vocational education curriculum reform in China
  • Dr Jacquiline Den Houting, Doctor of Philosophy for the thesis entitled Too anxious to achieve? A quantitative investigation of anxiety and academic achievement in autistic children
  • Steven Griffiths, Master of Education for the thesis entitled Exploring Australian early career teachers' implementation of flipped learning in junior high school science
  • Dr Gail Hager, Doctor of Philosophy for the thesis entitled Curriculum literacies: Experiences of teaching curriculum literacies in an independent middle school in South East Queensland; a complex relationship between the practices, the site, and the practice architectures that enable and constrain.
  • Sally Hawkes, Master of Education for the thesis entitled Transition to the teaching profession in a Queensland high school: Beginning teacher perspectives
  • Dr Hind Hegazy, Doctor of Education for the thesis entitled Teachers' perceived understanding of formative assessment and how it impacts their classroom practice: A case-study investigation
  • Dr Lorna Hepburn, Doctor of Philosophy for the thesis entitled Teacher-reported knowledge and implementation of classroom management practices in Queensland state secondary schools: Investigating the research-to-practice gap
  • Dr Sharon Hogan, Doctor of Philosophy for the thesis entitled Feedback for learning in the drama classroom
  • Katrina Kavanagh, Master of Education for the thesis entitled Transformative learning in Diploma of Community services programs
  • Dr Louise King,Doctor of Education for the thesis entitled Australian transnational vocational education and training provisions: Sustainability, quality, and relevance
  • Eszter Kiss, Master of Education for the thesis entitled International undergraduate business students' perceptions of employability
  • Anthony Knox, Master of Philosophy for the thesis entitled An investigation of the theoretical and conceptual effectiveness of an adolescent leadership curriculum for Year 10 boys in an Australian secondary school
  • Dr Ellen Larsen, Doctor of Philosophy for the thesis entitled The influence of attribution style on beginning teachers' professional learner identities
  • Dr To Lan Luong, Doctor of Education for the thesis entitled Vietnamese university students' academic motivation
  • Leonard McKeown, Master of Education for the thesis entitled Determining the impact of the Corrective Reading program on the NAPLAN reading results of 'at risk' students
  • Annette Messenger, Master of Education for the thesis entitled Wellbeing and physical activity in adolescents with autism spectrum disorder with and without intellectual disability
  • Dr Lisa Palethorpe, Doctor of Philosophy for the thesis entitled A change agent for improving quality: The educational leader in Australian early childhood education and care
  • Dr Teressa Schmidt, Doctor of Philosophy for the thesis entitled When the whole is more than the sum of its parts: Investigating ways that advanced skills for VET teachers are conceptualised and how they are developed
  • Dr Kassandra Soo, Doctor of Philosophy for the thesis entitled The learning and development process of pilots during initial airline training
  • Dr Margaret Toomey, Doctor of Philosophy for the thesis entitled Computer games, learning and literacy: Reflections on students' learning and literacy experiences when engaging with computer games in a middle years English classroom
  • Dr Ellievan Aswegen, Doctor of Philosophy for the thesis entitled A design-based research study exploring student interest in an early learning enrichment program
  • Dr Brett Voss, Doctor of Education for the thesis entitled The design principles of on-demand learning: A design-based research study of educative provisioning in popular music production
  • Dr Jennifer Wong, Doctor of Philosophy for the thesis entitled Playbuilding: Considering identities, agency and self-efficacy
  • Dr Monica Yadeun De Antunano, Doctor of Philosophy for the thesis entitled Re-understanding change: A decolonial pedagogy for empowering people to think from the margins
  • Dr Dian Zhang, Doctor of Philosophy for the thesis entitled A study of the impact on well-being of non-formal adult education in rural China

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