Dr Anne Suryani

Dr Anne Suryani is Research Fellow in the Centre for Vocational and Educational Policy, Melbourne Graduate School of Education.

Anne holds a PhD in Educational Psychology from Monash University with a Mollie Holman Medal for the most outstanding doctoral research in education in 2014. She has strong quantitative skills and experience in large-scale survey design and analysis.

Prior to joining MGSE, she worked with Australian Council for Educational Research for national projects funded by the Asian Development Bank supporting national assessment and curriculum reform in Indonesia. Before this position, she was involved in two Australian Research Council (ARC) funded longitudinal studies at Monash University investigating secondary student transitions and education pathways, and teacher motivation in Australian contexts.

Her research interests include teacher motivation, teacher education and professional development, vocational education, assessment, and curriculum.
Anne has presented her research at twenty-five national and international conferences, published two scholarly book chapters and five refereed journal articles. She has also received a numerous awards, scholarships and grants from international institutions for her studies, research, publications, and professional developments.

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