Munirah Shaik Kadir

Dr Munirah Shaik Kadir

Research Project Coordinator


Program: Indigenous Thriving

Munirah Shaik KADIR is an educational researcher who has been involved in educational research since year 2000 when she was a physics and math teacher in Singapore. In 2008, she started work as a research associate and lecturer at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University. She has presented her research work at many international conferences worldwide and has several publications to her name. She completed her PhD at IPPE, ACU under the supervision of Professor Alexander Yeung and Professor Richard Ryan. She has been a Research Project Officer with IPPE since April 2017. Her research interests include cognitive and motivational aspects of learning in science education.




    • Cultivating Capability: Explicating Critical Psychosocial Drivers of Educational Outcomes and Wellbeing for High-Ability Aboriginal Students
    • Triumphing in a New Indigenous Australia
    • Transforming Lives and Communities: Impact of Quality Indigenous Education
    • Characteristics of successful schools for Indigenous students' achievement




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