Education in intercultural and international contexts (Curriculum, learning, pedagogy, assessment, leadership, history, philosophy)
Dr Eeqbal Hassim is Senior Research Fellow at the Assessment Research Centre, based at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education, The University of Melbourne. His work focuses on intersections of learning, teaching, curriculum and assessment in intercultural and international contexts. Previous roles at The University of Melbourne include: • Honorary Principal Fellow, Melbourne Graduate School of Education • Honorary Senior Fellow, Melbourne Graduate School of Education • Associate Director (Partnerships and Development), Asia Education Foundation • Associate Director (Research and Contracts), Centre for Program Evaluation, Executive Member of the International Teacher Education Effectiveness Research Hub, and Senior Lecturer (Global Studies in Education), Melbourne Graduate School of Education • Senior Manager (Research and Curriculum), Asia Education Foundation • Lecturer, Asia Institute • Research Fellow, Asian Law Centre Research projects Eeqbal has led in the last five years include: • Australian Teaching and Learning Toolkit, funded by Social Ventures Australia (Evidence for Learning), which involved the compilation of Australasian research summaries for 34 teaching and learning interventions based on the original UK Education Endowment Foundation toolkit • Senior Secondary Languages Education Research Project, funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training • Asia Education Foundation’s “What Works series”, funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training. Eeqbal has published two monographs, over 20 refereed and non-refereed articles, and a variety of education resources. He has presented over 100 times at conferences and symposia, both in Australia and overseas.