Monica Thielking

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Teacher wellbeing: Its effects on teaching practice and student learning

This research took a qualitative phenomenological approach to explore teachers’ experiences of consciously using positive psychology strategies. Findings reveal that when teachers intentionally use PERMA positive psychology strategies that they report flow on effects to their own wellbeing, teaching practice and to students’ learning.

We want to know: financial stress, accommodation insecurity and food insecurity in undergraduate students

There is a growing body of evidence on the link between undergraduate student poverty and adverse student outcomes, and this study contributes to this evidence base. This study shows that a significant number of Australian domestic and international undergraduate students experience unacceptable levels of poverty.

Findings from Wave 1 qualitative focus groups with J2SI Phase 2 Sacred Heart Mission staff from the Journey to Social Inclusion Phase 2 Randomised Controlled Trial

This report outlines the results of the first set of semi-structured interviews and focus groups conducted with Intensive Case Managers (ICMs) and their supervisors.

Chronic homelessness in Melbourne: the experiences of Journey to Social Inclusion Mark II study participants

This baseline report is the first report released as part of the Journey to Social Inclusion Mark II (J2SI Mark II) research study.

Chronic homelessness in Melbourne: first-year outcomes of the Journey to Social Inclusion phase two study

This report presents twelve month social and economic outcomes for Journey to Social Inclusion (J2SI) participants against a comparison group using existing services.