George Lambrinidis

20022014

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George is a Senior Lecturer and the Coordinator of Charles Darwin University’s Tertiary Enabling Program (TEP) which provides students a second chance at tertiary studies. He is an Executive Committee member of the National Association of Enabling Educators Australia (NAEEA) and has a strong interest in enabling pedagogy and national policy relating to enabling education in Australia (https://enablingeducators.org/executives/). His research has involved innovations in digital educational technologies to support online learners; however, he also has publications in Aquaculture & Biochemistry from his earlier career as a Science Researcher. George’s current research involves national benchmarking of enabling programs in collaboration with eight other universities. He also has a strong interest in the affective domain of learning, and the role of positive psychology in student success.

Education/Academic qualification

Master, University of Melbourne

Award Date: 17 Dec 2011

Bachelor

Award Date: 5 May 1995

Bachelor

Award Date: 6 May 1994

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