B.Ed. (Uni SA)
Dip T. (Uni SA)
Convenes the Graduate Research Field of Education and convenes and teaches EDUC 8004 Research Supervision in CHELT’s Graduate Certificate in Higher Education and Masters of Higher Education.
Pathways to doctoral study, Honours, The development of skills in research education, The examination of research theses, Threshold concepts in doctoral education, Conceptions of research, and the Mobility of Australian postgraduate students
Margaret joined CHELT in December 2004 after working for three years at the University of Canberra and eight years at the University of Adelaide in the Advisory Centre for University Education (ACUE). Margaret has been involved for many years in education at school and university levels in South Australia, Northern Territory, Indonesia, ACT and England. Margaret also holds a conjoint position at the University of Newcastle.
Margaret completed her PhD at the University of Adelaide where she undertook a longitudinal study related to the expectations and experiences of Indonesian research students studying in Australia (download dissertation (PDF 7MB).
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projects. If you're thinking of seeking her as a supervisor you might like to read this. (PDF 124KB)