Alinta is situated within the Learning and Learners research concentration. She works on the ARC Discovery Project which investigates the engagement and interest of particular student groups in advanced mathematics. Alinta undertakes this research in secondary schools using multiple methods of data collection. She has previously contributed to research in the areas of access to higher education and under-representation of specific population groups, intellectual disability and Positive Behaviour Support, and engagement.
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