Dr Igusti Darmawan

Senior Lecturer
Dr Igusti Darmawan
  Org Unit School of Education
  Email igusti.darmawan@adelaide.edu.au
  Telephone +61 8 8313 5788
  Location Floor/Room 8 34 ,  10 Pulteney Street ,   North Terrace

Present Position

Senior Lecturer

Associate Head (International)

School of Education, The University of Adelaide

 

2007    Graduate Certificate in Education (Higher Education),
The University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia

2003    Doctor of Philosophy (PhD),
Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia

1994    Master of Science in Information Resources Management,
Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, USA

1994    Certificate in Information Systems and Telecommunication Management,
Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, USA

1988    Sarjana Degree in Civil Engineering,
Bandung Institute of Technology, Bandung, Indonesia

 

2011    Dean of Education Excellence Award for Excellence in Building International Research Partnerships

2006    Nominated for the Supervisor of the Year Award, PGSA, University of Adelaide

2003    Occupational and Research in Education Training Fellowship, Flinders University

·         Statistical methods, including longitudinal data analysis, structural equation modelling (SEM), multilevel modelling, and the analysis of frequency and count data.

·         The assessment and measurement of student achievement and attitudes.

 

·         ICT, Science and Mathematics Education

·         Assessment and the measurement of student achievement, progress, and attitude

·         Secondary data analysis

·         Advanced quantitative methods and their applications (e.g. SEM and multilevel modelling)

·         Cross national and comparative studies

 

Supervision of Research Students

Completed PhD students in the past 7 years: 10

Current PhD students: 10  

 

2011    DECS: Teach-SA ($594,000, Co-Chief Investigator)

2010    Australian Leadership Awards – Fellowships Program Round 7: Educational Assessment and Evaluation ($273,000, First-named Chief Investigator)

            Equity Grants: Cultural experiences of international academics of non English speaking background in a south Australian university ($5,000, Co-Chief Investigator)

2009    ARC Support Grant: Technology-Enhanced Adaptive Learning Environment ($8,000, First-named Chief Investigator)

2007    University of Adelaide Teaching Grant: Advancing Collaborative Learning with Team Learning System ($25.000, First-named Chief Investigator)

 

Scholarly Books

 

Darmawan, I G.N. and Aldous, C. R. (eds) (2013),The Processes of Change on Learning Literacy and Numeracy in South Australian Primary Schools: An investigation into the performance of students and schools in numeracy and literacy in rural, regional and remote South Australia. South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Aldous, C. R., Darmawan, I G.N. and Keeves, J. P. (eds) (2009) Change Over Time in Learning Numeracy and Literacy in Rural and Remote Schools, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Darmawan, I G.N. (2003), Implementation of Information Technology in Local Government in Bali-Indonesia, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Scholarly Book Chapters

Razak, N.A., Mee, T.L., Darmawan I G.N. (2014) Relationships of Student- and Classroom-level Variables with TIMSS 2011 Mathematics Achievement in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand in Ong S. Lan, Eugenio J. Gonzales, and S. Kanageswari S. Shanmugam (eds) TIMSS 2011: What can we learn together? Reaching Greater Heights, pp. 38-64,Penang: SEAMEO RECSAM

Aldous, C. R., Darmawan, I G.N. and Keeves, J. P. (2013) The Processes of Education in I Gusti N Darmawan and Carol R. Aldous (eds) The Processes of Change on Learning Literacy and Numeracy in South Australian Primary Schools, pp 1-17, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Aldous, C. R., Darmawan, I G.N. and Keeves, J. P. (2013) A Systemic Approach to the Conduct, Learning, and Teaching of Educational Research in I Gusti N Darmawan and Carol R. Aldous (eds) The Processes of Change on Learning Literacy and Numeracy in South Australian Primary Schools, pp 208-226, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Darmawan, I G.N., Razak, N.A., and Keeves, J.P. (2013) Literacy and Numeracy: Reciprocal Relationships in I Gusti N Darmawan and Carol R. Aldous (eds) The Processes of Change on Learning Literacy and Numeracy in South Australian Primary Schools, pp 115-136, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Darmawan, I G.N. and Keeves, J.P. (2013) Gains in Numeracy ad Literacy in South Australian Primary Schools in I Gusti N Darmawan and Carol R. Aldous (eds) The Processes of Change on Learning Literacy and Numeracy in South Australian Primary Schools, pp 137-172, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Darmawan, I G.N. and Keeves, J.P. (2013) The Adding of Value to the Processes and Performance of a Metropolitan School System in I Gusti N Darmawan and Carol R. Aldous (eds) The Processes of Change on Learning Literacy and Numeracy in South Australian Primary Schools, pp 173-193, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Darmawan, I G.N. and Keeves, J.P. (2013) Advancing the Performance of Students and Schools in the Non-Metropolitan and Rural Region of South Australia in I Gusti N Darmawan and Carol R. Aldous (eds)The Processes of Change on Learning Literacy and Numeracy in South Australian Primary Schools, pp 194-207, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Keeves, J. P., Hungi, N., and Darmawan, I G.N. (2013) Effects of Socioeconomic Status, Class Size, and Ability Grouping on Science Achievement in Sivakumar Alagumalai, Stephanie Burley, and John P. Keeves (eds) Excellence in Scholarship; Transcending Transdiciplinarity in Teacher Education, pp, 19-42,

Razak, N.A., Keeves, J.P., and Darmawan, I G.N. (2013) Developing a Modelling Approach and the Examination of Models in I Gusti N Darmawan and Carol R. Aldous (eds) The Processes of Change on Learning Literacy and Numeracy in South Australian Primary Schools, pp 27-62, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Touloumouzoglou, J., Keeves, J.P., and Darmawan, I G.N. (2013) Evaluating a Curriculum Intervention in I Gusti N Darmawan and Carol R. Aldous (eds) The Processes of Change on Learning Literacy and Numeracy in South Australian Primary Schools, pp 63-81, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Keeves, J.P. and Darmawan, I G.N. (2011), Globalisation and education for human wellbeing and development, in Rosalyn H. Shute, Phillip T. Slee, Rosalind Murray-Harvey, and Katherine L. Dix, Mental Health and Wellbeing: Educational Perspectives,  pp. 3-13, Adelaide: Shannon Research Press

Aldous, C. R., Darmawan, I G. N., and Keeves, J. P. (2009) Is Intervention Effective? Exploring the Effects of the Country Areas Program, in Carol R. Aldous (eds) The Learning of Numeracy and Literacy in South Australian Primary Schools: An investigation into the performance of students and schools in numeracy and literacy in rural, regional and remote South Australia , pp 123-141, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Aldous, C. R., Darmawan, I G. N., and Keeves, J. P. (2009) The Exploratory Analysis of Student Performance in Numeracy and Literacy, in Carol R. Aldous (eds) The Learning of Numeracy and Literacy in South Australian Primary Schools: An investigation into the performance of students and schools in numeracy and literacy in rural, regional and remote South Australia, pp 61-84, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Aldous. C. R., Darmawan, I G. N. and Keeves, J. P. (2009) Adding Value to Schooling in an Educational Revolution, in Carol R. Aldous, I Gusti N. Darmawan and John P. Keeves  (eds) Change Over Time in Learning Numeracy and Literacy in Rural and Remote Schools ,pp 139-162, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Darmawan, I G. N.  and  Wilkinson, C. (2009) The Data from the Basic Skills Testing Program in South Australia, in Carol R. Aldous (eds) The Learning of Numeracy and Literacy in South Australian Primary Schools: An investigation into the performance of students and schools in numeracy and literacy in rural, regional and remote South Australia , pp 33-46, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Darmawan, I G. N. and Keeves, J. P. (2009) Evidence from Previous Studies in Rural and Remote Education, in Carol R. Aldous, I Gusti N. Darmawan and John P. Keeves  (eds) Change Over Time in Learning Numeracy and Literacy in Rural and Remote Schools ,pp 21-38, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Darmawan, I G. N. and Keeves, J. P. (2009) Evidence from the Basic Skills Tests in South Australia, in Carol R. Aldous, I Gusti N. Darmawan and John P. Keeves  (eds) Change Over Time in Learning Numeracy and Literacy in Rural and Remote Schools ,pp 39-48, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Darmawan, I G. N. and Keeves, J. P. (2009) Exploring the effect of Schools on Numeracy Performance, in Carol R. Aldous (eds) The Learning of Numeracy and Literacy in South Australian Primary Schools: An investigation into the performance of students and schools in numeracy and literacy in rural, regional and remote South Australia , pp 85-106, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Darmawan, I G. N. and Keeves, J. P. (2009) Factors Influencing the Learning of Literacy and Numeracy across Grades, in Carol R. Aldous, I Gusti N. Darmawan and John P. Keeves  (eds) Change Over Time in Learning Numeracy and Literacy in Rural and Remote Schools ,pp 100-124, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Darmawan, I G. N. and Keeves, J. P. (2009) Literacy and Numeracy in the Non-Metropolitan Region, in Carol R. Aldous, I Gusti N. Darmawan and John P. Keeves  (eds) Change Over Time in Learning Numeracy and Literacy in Rural and Remote Schools ,pp 125-138, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Darmawan, I G. N. and Keeves, J. P. (2009) Literacy Performance at the School and Student Levels, in Carol R. Aldous, I Gusti N. Darmawan and John P. Keeves  (eds) Change Over Time in Learning Numeracy and Literacy in Rural and Remote Schools ,pp 82-99, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Darmawan, I G. N. and Keeves, J. P. (2009) The Role and Operation of Literacy on Performance in Numeracy, in Carol R. Aldous (eds) The Learning of Numeracy and Literacy in South Australian Primary Schools: An investigation into the performance of students and schools in numeracy and literacy in rural, regional and remote South Australia, pp 107-120, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Darmawan, I G. N. and Keeves, J. P. (2009) Using Multilevel Analysis, in Carol R. Aldous, I Gusti N. Darmawan and John P. Keeves  (eds) Change Over Time in Learning Numeracy and Literacy in Rural and Remote Schools ,pp 50-61, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Darmawan, I G. N. and Sitinjak, F. (2009) Factors Influencing Science Performance in Indonesia: What PISA 2006 tell us, in Bobbie Matthews and Tony Gibbons (eds) The Process of Research in Education, pp 33-46, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Keeves, J. P. and Darmawan, I G. N. (2009) Levels of Performance in Numeracy, in Carol R. Aldous, I Gusti N. Darmawan and John P. Keeves  (eds) Change Over Time in Learning Numeracy and Literacy in Rural and Remote Schools ,pp 62-81, South Australia: Shannon Research Press

Keeves, J.P. and Darmawan, I.G.N (2009) Developments in Quantitative Methods in Research into Teachers and Teaching in L.J. Saha and A.G. Dworkin, The New International Handbook of Research on Teachers and Teaching, Springer Publishing

Keeves, J.P. and Darmawan, I.G.N (2009) Science Teaching in L.J. Saha and A.G. Dworkin, The New International Handbook of Research on Teachers and Teaching, Springer Publishing

Razak, N.A, Darmawan, I.G.N., Keeves, J.P., (2009) Teacher Commitment in L.J. Saha and A.G. Dworkin, The New International Handbook of Teachers and Teaching, Springer Publishing

Razak. N.A., Darmawan, I G.N., and Keeves, J.P. (2008), Cross-Cultural Views of Teacher Commitment in Malaysia, In O.S. Tan, D.M. McInerney, A.D. Liem, and A.G. Tan (eds), What the West Can Learn From the East: Asian Perspectives on the Psychology of Learning and Motivation, pp 101-136, Information Age Publishing 

Darmawan I. G. N. (2005) Creating a scale as a general measure of satisfaction for information and communications technology users. In S. Alagumalai, D. D. Curtis, N. Hungi (Eds.) Applied Rasch Measurement: A Book of Examplars. pp 271-286.  Dordrecht: Springer.

Keeves, J. P., Njora, H. and Darmawan, I.G.N. (2003), Monitoring the impact of globalisation on education and human development. In J.P. Keeves and R. Watanabe (eds) The Handbook of Education Research in the Asia Pacific Region, pp. 1360-1371, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publisher.

Journal Articles

Abdul Majeed, A., Darmawan, I. G. N., and Lynch, P. (2013). A Confirmatory factor analysis of Attitudes Toward Mathematics Inventory (ATMI). The Mathematics Educator (TME), 15(1), pages 121-135.

Al Hamdany, H.K.H, Picard, M.Y., Maadad, N., Darmawan, I G.N. (2013) Spoken Register and Iraqi students in an English for academic purposes program, the International Journal of Literacy, 19 (3) pages 88-110.

Salleh, U.K.M and Darmawan, I G.N. (2013) Differences in In-Field and Out-of-Field History Teachers Influence on Student Learning Experience in Malaysian Secondary Schools, Creative Education, 4(9), pages 5-9.

Wallwork, S.B., Butler D.S, Fulton, I., Stewart, H., Darmawan I G.N., and Moseley L. (2013), Motor Imagery of the Neck, Age, Gender and Handedness Affect Performance on a Left/Right Neck Rotation Judgement Task, Manual Therapy, 18, pages 225-230.

Keeves, J.P. and Darmawan I G.N. (2010), Globalisation and the Wholeness of Education Process, Education and Society, 28(3), Pages 5-29.

Razak N. A., Darmawan I G. N., and Keeves J.P (2010) The influence of culture on teacher commitment, Social Psychology of Education, 13 (2), Pages 185-205

Ziersch A, Baum F, Darmawan IGN, Kavanagh A, Bentley R.. (2009) Social capital and health in rural and urban communities in South Australia.  Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 3(1):7-16

Blackman, I., Hall, M., and Darmawan I G.N. (2007), Undergraduate Nurse Variables that Predict Academic Achievement and Clinical Competence in Nursing, International Education Journal, 8(2), 222-236

Keeves, J. P and Darmawan, I G.N. (2007), Issues in Language Learning. International Education Journal , 7 (2), 16-26

Kek, A.C.Y., Darmawan, I G.N., and Chen, Y.S. (2007), Family, self-efficacy, university and classroom learning environments, student learning and outcomes of private university students in Malaysia, International Education Journal, 8(2), 318-336

Matthews, B., Lietz, P. and Darmawan I G.N. (2007) Values and learning approaches of students at an international university, Social Psychology of Education, 10(2), pp. 247-275

Rumpagaporn, M.W and Darmawan, I G.N. (2007), Students’ Critical Thinking Skills in a Thai ICT (Information and Communication Technology) Schools Pilot Project, International Education Journal, 8(2), 125-132

Darmawan, IGN, Keeves, JP (2006), Accountability of Teachers and Schools: A Value-Added Approach, International Education Journal, 7 (2), 174-188

Darmawan, IGN, Keeves, JP (2006), Suppressor Variables and Multilevel Mixture Modelling, International Education Journal, 7 (2), 160-173

Keeves, J.P., Lietz, P., Gregory, K. and Darmawan, I.G.N. (2006) Some Problems in the analysis of cross-national survey data. International Education Journal, 7 (2), 110-126

Blackman, I. and Darmawan, I.G.N. (2004) Graduate-entry medical student variables that predict academic and clinical achievement. International Education Journal, 4 (4), 30-41.

Njora, H., Darmawan I. G. N., and Keeves, J.P. (2004). Examining the validity of different assessment modes in measuring competence in performing human services, International Education Journal, 5(2), 154-175.

Keeves, J. P., Njora, H. and Darmawan, I.G.N. (2003), Monitoring the impact of globalisation on education and human development. In J.P. Keeves and R. Watanabe (eds) The Handbook of Education Research in the Asia Pacific Region, pp. 1360-1371, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publisher.

Darmawan, I. G. N. and Keeves, J. P. (2002). Two-level model of information technology adoption in local government of Bali. International Education Journal, 3(1), 47-60.

Darmawan, I. G. N. (2002). NORM software review: Handling missing values with multiple imputation methods. Evaluation Journal of Australasia, 2(1), 51-57.

Darmawan, I. G. N. (2001). Adoption and implementation of information technology in Bali's local government: A comparison between single level path analyses using PLSPATH 3.01 and AMOS 4 and multilevel path analyses using MPLUS 2.01. International Education Journal 2(4), 100-125.

Darmawan, I. G. N. (2000). The change of structural, perception and attitudinal dimensions in information technology implementation processes. International Education Journal, 1(3), 181-201.

 

Other - (Conference papers and Posters)

Lietz P., Darmawan, I G.N., Aldous, C. (2014) Indigenous and rural students: Double whammy or golden opportunity? Evidence from South Australia and around the world 104, a paper presented at the ACER Research Conference 2014 on Quality and Equity: What does research tell us, 3-5 August 2014, Adelaide, Australia

Fitriati, Elizar, and Darmawan, I G.N. (2011), Factors affecting Indonesian student’s achievement in science, a paper  presented at the 42nd Annual ASERA Conference on Promoting Science Education and Science Education Research in all Context and at all Level of Education, June 29th – July 2nd 2011, Adelaide, Australia

Darmawan, I G.N., and Westphalen, L. (2010), Advancing Collaborative Learning Pedagogy With Team Learning Systems, a paper presented at the 5thl International Conference on e-Learning,12-13 July 2010, Penang, Malaysia

Blackman, I., Singh, G., and Darmawan, I G.N. (2010), Predicting Malaysian Nursing Student Achievement, a paper presented in the Pacific Rim Objective Measurement Symposium, 29 June – 1 July 2010, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Razak, N.A, Darmawan, I G.N., and Keeves, J.P. (2009), Conceptualisation and Validation of Cross-Cultural Multidimensional Constructs, a paper presented at the 37th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Comparative and International Education Society, 24-27 November 2009, Armidale, NSW, Australia

Matthews, B. Darmawan, I G. N., and Lietz, P.  (2008) Values and approaches to learning: A longitudinal study involving studnets at an international university, a paper presented at the 19th International Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, 27-31 July 2008, Bremen, Germany.

Matthews, B., Hall, M., and Darmawan, I G.N. (2008) , Do age, achievement level of education and demands on personal time influence values, motivation and approaches to learning, a paper presented at the XXIX International Congress of Psychology, 20-25 July 2008, Berlin, Germany.

Rumpagaporn, M. W. and Darmawan, I G. N. (2007) A Pilot Project in Thai ICT Schools to Promote Students Critical Thinking Skills, a paper accepted for the 1st International Conference on Educational Reform 2007, November 9-11, 2007, Khon Kaen Thailand.

Matthews, B. Lietz, P. and Darmawan, I G. N., (2005) Values and learning approaches of Students at an International University, a paper presented at the 16th International Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, 8-12 July 2005, Athens, Greece.

Darmawan, I. G. N. (2002,). Information Technology Adoption in Local Government of Bali. Paper presented at the ANZAM/IFSAM VIth World Congress, 10-13 July 2002, Gold Coast, Australia.

Darmawan, I. G. N. (2002a) Perceived Impact of Information Technology on User Performance in Local Government of Bali: A Two Level Model. Paper presented at the IAPP National Conference, Innovations and Impacts Day, 16 November 2002, Adelaide, South Australia.

Darmawan, I. G. N. (2002b). The Change of Structural, Perception and Attitudinal Dimensions in Information Technology Adoption in Local Government of Bali. Poster presented at the IAPP National Conference, Innovations and Impacts Day, 16 November 2002, Adelaide, South Australia.

Darmawan, I. G. N. (2002c). Information Technology Adoption in Local Government of Bali: Two Level Path Models. Poster presented at the Educational Research Conference, 26 November 2002, Adelaide, South Australia.

 

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