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Assoc. Prof. Dr. Swee-Choo Goh (@ Pauline Goh)

D.Ed (Adel), M.Ed (USM), Grad. Cert. in Tertiary Teaching & Learning (RMIT),

B.Ed (UTas), Teacher Training Certificate (STTI Malaysia)

FACULTY OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

SULTAN IDRIS EDUCATION UNIVERSITY, MALAYSIA

35900 TANJONG MALIM, PERAK.

Email: goh.sc@fpm.upsi.edu.my

Tel: +6- 015-4879-7397 (office) / 0124872983 (mobile)

Tel: +6015-4879-7397 (office)

email: goh.sc@fpm.upsi.edu.my

Overview

Dr. Swee-Choo Goh (@Pauline Goh) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Educational Studies and a Coordinator for the Instruction, Technology and Assessment course at the Faculty of Human Development of the Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (Sultan Idris Education University), Malaysia. She is the Chief Editor of the Journal of Research, Policy & Practice of Teachers &Teacher Education (JRPPTTE) of the university. She is also an associate editor of another university journal, the Educatum Journal of Social Sciences. Prior to this, she has worked in Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) as an Assistant Professor. She obtained her doctorate from the University of Adelaide.
 
She is selected as one of the "Rising Star" (2019) by the Research Management and Innovation Center of her university. This designation recognizes work in research and publication. Her research interests focus on developing and improving both preservice and beginning teachers’ pedagogical knowledge, skills and practices. She has published numerous articles in high impact journals and book chapters in the field of education and teacher education. 
 
She has won research grants from the AFI Foundation Acheh Indonesia, the Exploratory Research Grant Scheme of the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia, the Fundamental Research Grant Scheme of the Ministry of Education Malaysia and the National Child Development Research Center Malaysia. Her most recent project (funded by the Ministry of Education, Malaysia) is to identify the criteria necessary for the design of a maturity model to remedy the widespread shortcomings to assess Higher Education 4.0 readiness for the Industrial Revolution 4.0 in Malaysia.
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