Due to my leadership and management work over the past decade, especially the five years between January 2012 - March 2017 as Deputy Dean, I now rarely teach.
Last century, I came to academia from a decade of primary and secondary school teaching, then became a teacher educator in what was the Faculty of Education. However, by 2000, I was teaching and researching exclusively in adult and vocational education.
I have taught off-shore: in 2001, in Bangkok in our DEd program for the Rajabhat Institutes; in 2004, in our MEd Management program at the Hong Kong Institute of Education, in 2004 in our MTraining&Development at Singapore Institute of Management, and in 2006, in our MEd Management at the Academy of Principals, Singapore.
About 300 publications, with the main 100 centred upon adult education, as it is apparent in professional development, and in workplace and lifelong learning, and upon epistemological, ontological and ethical perspectives on practice. On March 1 2017, my Google Scholar h-index was 22 (about 2200 citations).
Between 1999-2016, I have given about 50 conference papers as follows: in Melbourne (variously), Oxford (New College, three times; Dept of Education, once), Johannesburg (UWitwatersrand), Leeds (Trinity and All Souls College), Southampton (USouthampton), Abu Dhabi (Higher Colleges of Technology), Geneva (the International Labour Organisation), Vancouver (UBritish Columbia), Calgary (UCalgary), Madison (UWisconsin-Madison), Honolulu (UHawaii), Sydney (twice at USydney, and twice at UTechnology Sydney), Wollongong (twice at UWollongong), Singapore (NUS, and Raffles Institution), Bangkok (UChulalongkorn) Hong Kong (HK Inst of Education), Tampere (UTampere, Finland), Malta (UMalta), Stirling (UStirling, Scotland), Beijing (Beijing Normal U, China), Kuala Lumpur (National U of Malaysia, and MonashU Sunway)
Between 2014-2016 I have supervised or co-supervised about 12 theses at doctoral (PhD; DEd) levels, having successfully supervised almost 60 theses since 1992, in the areas of human resource development, workplace learning, professional development and in education philosophy and policy.( * = graduated)
My 2013-17 supervision/co-supervision topics were/are:
Expanding Their Horizons: Hermeneutic Practices and Philosophising with Children (PhD: Jason Pietzner)*
The Development of Professionalism in Surgeons (DEd: David Hillis)*
Sorrow and Loss: How nursing undergraduates can be better prepared (PhD: Stephanie Lockhart)*
Unintended Consequences in Program Evaluation: A Pakistani Case Study (PhD: Sumera Jabeen) *
Complexity and Harmony in Chinese-Western Business Communication (PhD; Rebecca Xiaoran Song)
Vietnamese Doctoral Experiences in Australia (PhD: LiLy Nguyen)
E-learning, Inclusion and Lifelong Learning in Vietnam (PhD: Hanh Tran)
Indigenous Experiences of Boarding Schools (PhD: Marnie O'Bryan)
Iranian Diasporic Writings and Public Pedagogy (PhD: Nasim Janfada)
The Diaspora and Reimagining Women's Leadership in Iran (PhD in the Arts Faculty: Sanaz Nasirpour)
Intercultural Communicative Abilities of Chinese Language Learners in Australia (PhD: Lingfen Zhang)
Teaching Visual Communication Design in Teacher Education (MEd: Emmaline Rickards)
Improving Advanced Paediatric Life Support Training (MEd: Jane Stanford)