I'm a Research Associate and PhD candidate at the Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation, researching empathy development in young children in Early Childhood Education Contexts. And I am looking forward to collaborate with a broader academic community this website will bring together.
My PhD project investigates how the implementation of educational technology influences young children's empathy development in brain and body systems. It is a longitudinal study combining tablet game based microgenetic method and EEG. I hold a Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) degree from The University of Sydney, and has various experience working as a teacher and Educational Leader, teaching and supporting young children’s learning and development.
The main object of my research is to understand how empathy develops in young children. Combining longitudinal method and brain imaging techniques to evaluate if the purposely designed game is effective in encouraging empathy, and also how it has affected the developmental trajectories. The study is grounded by Dynamic System Theory, a leading theory in Developmental Science that focuses on how change and development occur on concert with environmental factors.