Investigators

  • Professor Linda Graham

    Lead Chief Investigator

    Linda J. Graham is Director of The Centre for Inclusive Education (C4IE) and a Professor in the Faculty of Creative Industries, Education and Social Justice at QUT. Her research investigates the role of education policy and schooling practices in the development of disruptive student behaviour and the improvement of responses...

  • Associate Professor Jill Willis

    Chief Investigator

    Background Jill Willis is an Associate Professor in Education. Her research investigates how learners navigate performance expectations in assessment systems, so learners of all ages can be supported to experience greater success and agency. This interest has led her to teach about assessment for learning, leadership of change, and research...

  • Professor Naomi Sweller

    Chief Investigator

    Naomi Sweller is a Professor in the Department of Psychology at Macquarie University and Adjunct Professor at Queensland University of Technology. Naomi conducts research in the broad field of cognitive development, more specifically examining the use of gesture by both child and adult learners and communicators, and concept learning by...

  • Associate Professor Sonia White

    Chief Investigator

    Sonia White is a Principal Research Fellow (ARC: DECRA) in the School of Early Childhood and Inclusive Education. Her research interests focus on number and arithmetic development in children. Most recently Dr White has used behavioural, eye tracking and cognitive neuroscience methods to examine the different numerical processes that are...

  • Dr Andrew Gibson

    Chief Investigator

    Andrew Gibson is a Lecturer in Information Science at Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Brisbane, Australia. Andrew’s primary research interest is in transdisciplinary understandings of fields where people and technology interact, in particular the fields of Human Information Interaction and Learning Analytics. He has developed this interest theoretically in Transepistemic...

  • Professor Christopher DeLuca

    Principal Investigator

    Christopher DeLuca is a Professor and Graduate Faculty member in Classroom Assessment at the Faculty of Education, Queen’s University. He leads the Classroom Assessment Research Team and is a member of the Queen’s Assessment and Evaluation Group. Chris’ research examines the complex intersection of curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment as operating within the...

  • Gaenor Dixon

    Principal Investigator

    Gaenor Dixon is responsible for the statewide strategic leadership of therapy and nursing services within a State education department. Gaenor is currently a Principal Investigator on the Accessible Assessment ARC Linkage Project. Between 2015-2019, she was the President of Speech Pathology Australia (SPA), the peak professional body for over 10,000...

  • Dr Callula Killingly

    Postdoctoral Research Fellow

    Dr Callula Killingly is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in The Centre for Inclusive Education (C4IE) at QUT and a member of the Accessible Assessment ARC Linkage Team (LP180100830). Her research interests include learning and memory processes, language and literacy development, and music cognition. Callula’s doctoral work examined the cognitive processes...

  • James Rankin

    Research Assistant

    James Rankin is a Research Assistant in the Centre for Inclusive Education (C4IE) at QUT and a member of the Accessible Assessment ARC Linkage Team (LP180100830). His Honour’s thesis examined lateralisation effects of human expression perception, by measuring electrophysiological markers using Electroencephalography (EEG). James’ research interests include emotion perception, attentional...