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Perlman, Dana J. Dr.

Senior Lecturer

  • Faculty of Social Sciences
  • Head of Postgraduate Studies - School of Education
  • Director - Recovery Camp
  • Director - Pedagogical Laboratory for Education

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • Dana Perlman is an education and pedagogy researcher who studies across a range of teaching and learning settings. His work is primarily grounded in the Self-Determination Theory of motivation and human behaviour. Currently, Dana Perlman is conducting research in (a) clinical placements for healthcare professionals and (b) school-based physical education settings.

Available as Research Supervisor

Selected Publications


Available as Research Supervisor

Potential Supervision Topics


  • Self-Determination Theory
    Motivation
    Pedagogy (Physical Education and Professional Practice)

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) A model of effective professional development
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Recovery Camp, Recreation and Recovery an Essential Pairing Alford, Stewart
    Doctor of Philosophy Examination of Clinical Placement Quality using Self-Determination Theory Cregan, Anita
    Doctor of Education Exploring the Connections Between Technology, Parents, Educators and Children Sheridan, Naomi
    Doctor of Philosophy Gumnuts and Seashells: Evaluating the Impact of the Forest School Approach in an Australian Context Pollock, Krista
    Doctor of Philosophy Effects of Plyometrix activities on motor performance skills in Primary School children aged 7-8 Sortwell, Andrew
    Doctor of Philosophy Supporting Teachers to implement Game Centered Approaches (GCAs): Towards a Teacher-Led model of Professional Learning Parry, Kelly

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • Dana Perlman is an education and pedagogy researcher who studies across a range of teaching and learning settings. His work is primarily grounded in the Self-Determination Theory of motivation and human behaviour. Currently, Dana Perlman is conducting research in (a) clinical placements for healthcare professionals and (b) school-based physical education settings.

Selected Publications


Potential Supervision Topics


  • Self-Determination Theory
    Motivation
    Pedagogy (Physical Education and Professional Practice)

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) A model of effective professional development
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Recovery Camp, Recreation and Recovery an Essential Pairing Alford, Stewart
    Doctor of Philosophy Examination of Clinical Placement Quality using Self-Determination Theory Cregan, Anita
    Doctor of Education Exploring the Connections Between Technology, Parents, Educators and Children Sheridan, Naomi
    Doctor of Philosophy Gumnuts and Seashells: Evaluating the Impact of the Forest School Approach in an Australian Context Pollock, Krista
    Doctor of Philosophy Effects of Plyometrix activities on motor performance skills in Primary School children aged 7-8 Sortwell, Andrew
    Doctor of Philosophy Supporting Teachers to implement Game Centered Approaches (GCAs): Towards a Teacher-Led model of Professional Learning Parry, Kelly
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