Leading to Improve Future Teachers (LIFT Studies)

Project in Melbourne, Austrália



Centre for Vocational and Educational Policy, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, The University of Melbourne, Level 5, 100 Leicester Street, Carlton, Melbourne, Victoria 3053, Australia

Leading to Improve Future Teachers (LIFT Studies)

Welcome to the Leading to Improve Future Teachers (LIFT) Studies.
Led by Dr Anne Suryani, the LIFT Studies aim to enhance the quality of future teachers through research and practice.
Please check out our website www.liftstudies.org

Fields of study: Social Sciences, Education, Multidisciplinary, Arts, Culture & Humanities

Parent institution: University of Melbourne

12 results.

  • Anne Suryani
    public Brill • Julho 2020
    This chapter discusses the extent of religious beliefs in influencing students’ motivations for entering teacher education (TE) and becoming a teacher, and their perceptions about teaching and career ...
  • Anne Suryani
    public Asia Pacific Journal Of Education • Julho 2020
    In Indonesia, implementation of the Law on Teachers and Lecturers in 2005 increased teacher salaries and led to an oversupply of students in teacher education programs, which might be due to no specif...
  • John Polesel • Shelley Gillis • Anne Suryani • Mary Leahy • Stanley Koh
    public The Australian Educational Researcher • Julho 2020
    his article maps current senior secondary certification arrangements in Australia, drawing on data on school completion rates, certificate attainment and post-school destinations, as well as policy do...
  • Isabella Tirtowalujo • Anne Suryani • Hasriadi Masalam
    public Brill • Abril 2020
    The introductory chapter recognises firstly the prevalence and uses of the “Indonesia 4.0” discourse in directing attention to whether and how youths in Indonesia are both benefiting and underserved e...
  • Anne Suryani • Robertus Djone
    public International Education Journal Comparative Perspectives • Fevereiro 2019
    Since Indonesia’s transition to democracy in 1998, wealth inequality has increased significantly with a dramatic rise in the wealth of the rich and stagnating income growth among poor...
  • Anne Suryani
    public • Setembro 2017
    Indonesian teachers earn low salaries compared with the national income (Jalal et al., 2009) – much less than other professionals such as engineers, accountants, lawyers, medical doctors, and much les...
  • Anne Suryani • Paul W. Richardson
    public • Setembro 2012
    As new technologies insinuate themselves into educational settings, there is increasing interest in better understanding their impact on pedagogy and learning activities. Recent information communicat...
  • Kencho Lam • John Polesel • Gosia Klatt • Anne Suryani
    public Education And Society
    In Bhutan half of the population is under the age of 25 (United Nations 2017) and strengthening the pathways of all young people, regardless of their background, is one of the priorities in the Bhutan...
  • Anne Suryani
    public The International Journal Of Learning
    This paper reports preliminary findings of a larger study investigating Internet access and usage by Indonesian students in Australian universities. Questionnaires were administered to 94 undergraduat...
  • Anne Suryani
    public Jurnal Ilmu Komunikasi
    This article reviews several differences between case study and ethnography in terms of definitions, characteristics, strengths and limitations. It provides current information by comparing the...
  • Anne Suryani
    public Jurnal Ilmu Komunikasi
    In this article, I discuss the idea about how Information and Communication Technologies – particularly the internet – can be developed as a tool to support independent learning. From my point of view...
  • Anne Suryani • Helen M. G. Watt • Paul W. Richardson
    public International Journal Of Quantitative Research In Education
    The motivations for undertaking teacher education and perceptions about the teaching profession were examined among 802 fourth-year undergraduate teacher education students at two public and...