pre-2008 IEJ Referees

 

Thanks to our Referees

The IEJ Editors and Authors wish to acknowledge the dedicated efforts of our growing list of academics and experts who have given their time and knowledge to referee papers appearing in this Journal.

  • Hesham Alomyan:  Educational computing; web based learning design and individual differences; online search strategies and navigations issues; online instructional strategies and multimedia learning:  School of Education (Magill), University of South Australia

  • Helen Askell-Williams:  Learning and teaching:  School of Education Flinders University

  • Wing K Au :  Educational Computing:  School of Education, University of South Australia

  • Ian Blackman:  Rural and Remote Education:  Faculty of Health Sciences, Flinders University

  • Peter Boman:  Item Response Theory, Rasch Scaling, Teaching and Learning, Explaining group difference in learning, Problems of measurement in educational research:  School of Education James Cook University

  • Georgina Cattley:  Problem Based Learning:  School of Education Flinders University

  • David Curtis:  TAFE, Item Response Theory, competencies:  School of Education Flinders University

  • I Gusti Ngurah Darmawan:  Statistical Analyses, Engineering, Management, Indonesia:  School of Education Flinders University

  • Katherine Dix:  ICT in Education, Online Surveys:  School of Education Flinders University

  • Sideth Sam Dy:  Cambodia, EFA/basic education, Cambodia's education policy, Education in developing Asia:  Institute of Comparative and International Education, Hiroshima University, Japan and Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia

  • Abdul Farooque:  Middle East:  School of Education Flinders University

  • Halimah Awang Halima:  Data analysis, Social surveys, Quality management, Management science, and gender:  University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur

  • Meeri Hellsten:  Language, Cross-cultural, International education:  School of Education ACES Macquarie University

  • Njora Hungi:  Science, Statistical analyses, Kenyan education:  School of Education Flinders University

  • Ibrahim Suliman Ahmned :  Education studies and Arabic language, computer in Education:  Faculty of Medicine, International Islamic University- Malaysia

  • Olivet I W Jagusah:  Education, socio-cultural, curricula, policy and management issues in Africa, the USA, and other comparative perspectives in the same:  Visiting Assistantship Professor to Benue State University in the Schools of Education and Management

  • Kutieleh:  Language, Overseas students:  School of Education Flinders University

  • Mike Lawson:  Learning and Teaching:  School of Education Flinders University

  • Petra Lietz:  Educational Measurement:  

  • Bobbie Matthews:  Values, Learning styles, Cross cultural:  School of Education Flinders University

  • Roz Murray-Harvey:  Learning and teaching:  School of Education Flinders University

  • Jaime Ortiz:  Business economics:  College of Business, William Paterson University

  • Paddy O'Toole:  Educational management:  School of Education Flinders University

  • Larry Owens:  Bullying:  School of Education Flinders University

  • Carolyn Palmer :  Special education:  School of Education Flinders University

  • Judy Peppard:  Sport and health:  School of Education Flinders University

  • Dimity Peters:  Disability studies:  School of Education Flinders University

  • Dennis Ralph :  Catholic education and  lifelong learning:  

  • Richard B Rosecky:  China Education :  Towson University 

  • Larry Saha:  Social-psychology, education, sociology:  Department of Sociology Australian National University

  • Gavin Sanderson:  Philosophy of education, Overseas student:  School of Education Flinders University

  • Ted Sandicott :  Human Resources:  

  • Ingrid Scholten:  Speech Pathology, Learning:  Flinders University

  • Bakhtiar Shabani-Varaki:  Philosophy of education, methodology, research and teaching method:  Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Mashhad, Iran

  • Ajaheb-Jahangeer Shamim:  Distance Education Pedagogies, Education Management and Policy Making, Computer Mediated Communication and New, Innovative Technologies:  JB Centre for Distance Learning, University of Mauritius

  • George Sheppard:  Educational change, school discipline, private schooling, single sex education, History of education, and social studies teaching:  Laurentian University

  • Halia Silins:  Leadership:  School of Education Flinders University

  • Phillip Slee:  Bullying, Adolescence, Educational Psychology:  School of Education Flinders University

  • Dan Soen:  Sociology of Education:  College of Judea and Samaria Ari'el Israel

  • Bob Teasdale:  Values, Cross-cultural education:  School of Education Flinders University

  • Debra Tedman:  Science education:  School of Education Flinders University

  • David Thomas :  Language, TESOL:  School of Education Flinders University

  • Doug Trevaskis:  Asian studies:  

  • Penny Van-Deur:  Teaching and learning, primary education, gifted education, learning difficulties, teachers learning, inquiry based learning, dance, music, problem based research:  School of Education Flinders University

  • Athena Vongalis:  Globalisation, education policy, sociology and politics of education and teaching profession:  School of Educational Studies, La Trobe University

  • Karen Walker:  Ethical practice especially amongst educators, adult learning in developing world, community development, career education in settings other than western developed nations:  School of Education 

  • James Cook University

  • Kay Whitehead:  Women studies:  School of Education Flinders University

  • Mirella Wyra:  Language learning and teaching, vocabulary, mnemonics, image making ability VVIQ test:  School of Education Flinders University

  • Shirley Yates:  Speech pathology, Co-education:  School of Education Flinders University

 

 

 


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