IJSaP Editorial Board welcomes new members

2019-02-26

Two new editorial teams from Malaysia and Hong Kong have joined the IJSaP Editorial Board. Amrita Kaur and Rahim Benlahcene from Universiti Utara Malaysia and David Carless and Connie Kwan from University of Hong Kong were selected to join the board in February. 

Amrita Kaur is a senior lecturer at the School of Education and Modern Language at Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM). She teaches postgraduate courses in Educational Psychology, Educational and Psychological Measurement and Evaluation, and Research Methodology. Her research interests include teaching and learning in higher education, assessment, learning motivation and engagement and cross-cultural studies for learning

Abderrahim Benlahcene is pursuing his doctoral studies in educational psychology at Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM). His study is focused on investigating the impact of motivation on students’ personal goals and engagement in higher education. His research interests involve understanding students’ goals development for motivation, learning and engagement. Currently, Rahim is works as a part time Arabic language instructor at an international school.

Professor David Carless works in the Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong. He specializes in approaches to assessment which support productive student learning processes. His signature publication is the book Excellence in University Assessment: Learning from Award-winning Practice (2015, Routledge). His current research is focused on students’ experiences of feedback and the development of student feedback literacy. Further details of his work are on his website: https://davidcarless.edu.hku.hk/

Connie Kwan is a student in the Faculty of Education at the University of Hong Kong. Her research interest is focused on promoting student-centred teaching and learning. Her current research project investigates inquiry-based learning in science laboratory class. She is also currently co-authoring a research article on students’ experiences of feedback in higher education.

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