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許順利教授

副教授
文學士(一級榮譽)(默多克大學),教育文憑(優異)(新加坡國立教育學院),哲學博士(昆士蘭大學)

Aaron Koh is a qualified English teacher. He has a First Class Honours in English & Comparative Literature from Murdoch University and a Postgraduate Diploma in Education (with Distinction) from the National Institute of Education (NIE) Singapore specializing in English Language and Literature teaching. He taught the GCE A levels General Paper in a junior college in Singapore (equivalent to Form 5 and 6 in Hong Kong) and Language Arts in an independent school in Singapore.

After completing his PhD at the University of Queensland in 2003, he began his academic career at Monash University but returned to Asia and taught at the Hong Kong Institute of Education and National Institute of Education, Singapore.

His research fields include Globalisation and Education, Sociology of Education, Critical English Education and Cultural Studies in Education. He serves on the Editorial Board of four international journals: Discourse: studies in the cultural politics of education (Routledge), Curriculum Inquiry (Routledge), Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy (Routledge) and Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy (Wiley-Blackwell). He is also the Co-founder Book Series Editor (with Victoria Carrington), Cultural Studies and Transdisciplinarity in Education (Springer).

He recently completed a five-year Australia Research Council (ARC) funded study on "Elite Independent Schools in Globalising Circumstances: A global multi-sited ethnography" with a team of international collaborators from Monash University (Jane Kenway and Johannah Fahey), University of Melbourne (Fazal Rizvi), Roehampton University (Debbie Epstein) and University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (Cameron McCarthy).

教育與發展
教育與政治
教育族志學
教育政策
質化方法
教育社會學
PEDU 7206  教育行政與政策的基礎
PEDU 7207  全球性脈絡下的學校改革
PEDU 6402  教育研究中的質化方法
PGDE 5211  學校教育的架構和過程
PGDP 5301  學校教育的架構和過程
PEDU 7302  質性研究方法進階研討班
Koh, A. & Kenway, J. (Eds.). Elite Schools: Multiple Geographies of Privilege. London: Routledge, 2016.
Kenway, J., Fahey, J., Epstein, D., Koh, A., McCarthy, C., & Rizvi, F. Class Choreographies: Elite Schools and Globalisation. London: Palgrave McMillan, 2016.
Koh, A. & Chong, T. (Eds.). Education in a Global City: The Manufacturing of Education in Singapore. London: Routledge, 2016.
Kenway, J. & Koh, A. (Eds.). Special Issue: New Sociologies of elite schooling: Theoretical, methodological and empirical explorations. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 36(1), 2015.
Koh, A. Popular Culture goes to school in Hong Kong: a Language Arts curriculum on revolutionary road? Oxford Review of Education, 41(6), 691-710, 2015.
Koh, A. On ‘Gods’ and ‘Kings’ in the Tutorial Industry: A ‘Media Spectacle’ analysis of the Shadow Education in Hong Kong. In J. Moss and B. Pini (Eds.), Visual Research Methods in Educational Research (pp.189-208). London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.
Koh, A. Deparochializing education and the Asian priority: a curriculum (re)imagination. In C. Halse (Ed.)(2014). Asia Literate Schooling in Asia Century (pp.169-181). London: Routledge, 2014.
Koh, A. The semiotics of social aesthetics in an Elite School in Singapore: an ethnographic study. In J. Fahey, H. Prosser and M. Shaw (Eds.), In the realm of the senses: the Social Aesthetics and the sensory dynamics of privilege (pp.187-21). Netherlands, Springer., 2015.

A. Book Series: Cultural Studies and Transdisciplinarity in Education
www.springer.com/series/11200 

B. Elite Independent Schools in Globalising Circumstances: A Global Multi-Sited Ethnography
http://www.monash.edu/education/research/projects/category-1/arc-decra/elite-independent-schools-in-globalising-circumstances 

C. Academia.edu
https://orientalecom7.academia.edu/AaronKoh/Analytics#/activity/overview?_k=6b91qt