Matthew Campbell

    Project lead

    M.Ed. (HRM), M.RE., GCert Ed Law, GCert Phys., B.Ed, JP(Qual), SFHEA

    Matthew has a diverse background in education, having taught and researched in areas of criminology, physics and science education, workplace learning, adult education, sociology, leadership and ethics.  Most recently he was the Principal Research Officer at the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority where he led research and evaluation in support of the proposed changes to senior curriculum and assessment across Queensland from 2019. He is formerly a member of the Griffith Institute of Higher Education (GIHE) where he held the position of Lecturer (Work Integrated Learning).  Matthew is a former executive member of the Australian Collaborative Education Network (ACEN) and the New Zealand Association of Cooperative Education (NZACE), and is a long-term member of the International Society for Cultural-historical Activity Research (ISCAR), and on the editorial board of the International Journal of Work Integrated Learning. His most recent research has focused on the development of critical moral agency through work integrated learning, improving accessibility to WIL experiences, and evaluation and quality in work integrated learning.