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Christine Pheeney is a PhD Candidate in the College of Education. Christine is passionate about unity in diversity and intercultural understanding. Her PhD research explores teachers experiences in an online interregional collaborative inquiry of Peace values, in Indonesia. The inquiry engages teachers of diverse backgrounds and dispersed locations, in professional learning activities revitalising Indonesian cooperative cultural heritages towards socially just pedagogy. This project builds on earlier collaborative activities nurturing Indonesian preservice teachers’ ethno-pedagogic paradigms, facilitating peaceful community relations. Christine has developed an understanding of Indonesian Education dynamics in her activities as an Australian Volunteer for International Development over the last fourteen years. Christine’s Master of Education study investigated the potential of social media to support teacher learning of local content in Aceh, Indonesia. Prior to living cross-culturally in Indonesia, Christine’s has enjoyed facilitating activities and co-learning in environmental education, distance education and classroom settings in Australia. Christine enjoys being a global citizen, learning about the importance of both individual and collective identities and being connected to family, friends and neighbours.
Pheeney, C. E., 1 Apr 2019, Proceedings of CHIuXiD 2019 - 5th International Conference on HCI and UX: Empowering Digital Transformation. Kurniawan, Y., Sari, E., Tedjasaputra, A. & Tedjasaputra, A. (eds.). Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), p. 128-136 9 p. (ACM International Conference Proceeding Series).
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference Paper published in ProceedingsOpen Access