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Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus

Associate Professor Ida Fatimawati bt Adi Badiozaman

Head of School (Design & Arts) & Associate Professor
PhD (Education-TESOL) (Massey University, NZ), MA (TESOL) (Vic. Uni., NZ), B.Ed. (TESL) (University of Malaya)

Faculty of Business, Design and Arts

Office No:+60 82 260 755
Room No: B203-204
Email: ifaBadiozaman@swinburne.edu.my

Biography

Assoc. Prof. Ida Fatimawati bt. Adi Badiozaman heads the School of Design and Arts and is the Director of the Center for Education Research in Swinburne Sarawak. An award-winning multidisciplinary researcher who is driven by issues of equity and access, she has been involved in transformative and impactful research projects with government, industry and higher education partners. Dr. Ida is part of the team for the “Building Connections for Enterprising Women” project, a project that received ‘Highly Commended’ for the Vice-Chancellor’s Research Excellence Award 2018, ranked First Place for the Swinburne Research Impact Award 2019 and ‘Highly Commended’ for Emerald Interdisciplinary Impact Grant in 2019. In 2020 she won the UN Women Malaysia WEP’s Award for the Community and Industry Engagement Category.

Research Interests

Student engagement, academic identity, Women entrepreneurship, teacher education, professional development

Teaching Areas

TESOL Research Project
Reading and Writing
Methods and Approaches to Language Research
Academic Writing
Phonology for English teachers
Theories and Practices (1): Reading and Writing
Theories and Practices (2): Listening and Speaking
Writing for Business/English for Communication 2

Professional Memberships

  • Persatuan Perkembangan Profesionalisme Pendidikan Sarawak (Member)
  • Malaysian English Language Teaching Association (MELTA) (Member)
  • Sarawak Social Development Council: Research and Evaluation (Committee Member, 2017-2019 and 2020-2021)
  • Sarawak Women and Family Council (Committee Member, 2019-2020)
  • International Study Association on Teachers and Teaching (ISATT) (Member, 2017-2018)
  • The Asian Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (ASIATEFL) (Member, 2017-2018)
  • Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (Member, 2018-2020)
  • ASCILITE (Member, 2020)
  • BIMP-EAGA Socio-Educational Research Cluster (Member, 2020)
  • Global Women Entrepreneurship Policy Research (WEP) (Malaysia Representative, 2020)

Awards

2020 Winner of the UN Women Malaysia WEPs Awards (Community and Industry Engagement Category)
2019 Highly Commended in the International Emerald Interdisciplinary Impact Grant for the project Enterprising Women in Rural Regions Program
2019 First Place for the Swinburne Research Impact Award
2018 Highly Commended Mention for the Vice-Chancellor’s Research Excellence Award
 
  • Research Output

Research Output

  • Journal article Badiozaman, I., Leong, H. & Wong, W. (2020). Embracing educational disruption: a case study in making the shift to a remote learning environment. Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education, https://doi.org/10.1108/JARHE-08-2020-0256
  • Journal article Badiozaman, I. (2020). Early career academics’ identity development in a changing HE landscape: Insights from a Malaysian private university. Asia Pacific Journal of Education. doi: 10.1080/02188791.2020.1793732
  • Journal article Lim, Weng M.; Badiozaman, I.; and Voon, Mung L. (2020). Barriers to Workforce Re-Entry among Single Mothers: Insights from Urban Areas in Sarawak, Malaysia. Journal of International Women’s Studies, 21(6), 430-452.
  • Journal article Badiozaman, I., Leong, H., & Jikus, O. (2019). Investigating student engagement in Malaysian higher education: a self-determination theory approach. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 1-15. doi:10.1080/0309877X.2019.1688266
  • Journal article Badiozaman, I.(2019) Rethinking English language education in Malaysia. AsiaTEFL. 16(1), 349-359. https://doi.org/10.18823/asiatefl.2019.16.1.24.349
  • Journal article Su Ping, R. L., Verezub, E., Adi Badiozaman, I., & Chen, W. S. (2019). Tracing EFL students’ flipped classroom journey in a writing class: Lessons from Malaysia. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1080/14703297.2019.1574597
  • Journal article Badiozaman, I. (2019) ‘What sustains the novice teacher: The role of goal fusion. Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education, https://doi.org/10.1108/JARHE-07-2018-0132
  • Journal article Badiozaman, I., Leong, H., & Jikus, O. (2019). Students’ perception and use of English in higher education institutions. Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education, 11(1), 36-49. https://doi.org/10.1108/JARHE-07-2018-0113
  • Journal article Badiozaman, I. (2017). Understanding academic identity development in a changing landscape: The case of English teachers in Malaysia. The Journal of Asia TEFL (Special Issue), 14(2), pp 211-379. (ISSN 1738-3102)
  • Journal article Badiozaman, I. (2017). I’m getting there: An investigation of academic writing developments of undergraduate students in one foreign branch campus in Malaysia. Issues in Language Studies (5)3, pp 40-60. (e-ISSN 2180-2726)
  • Journal article Badiozaman, I. (2015). Interrelated influence of internal and external factors on Malaysian learners’ self-concept in academic writing. The Journal of Asia TEFL, 12(1), pp 79-115. (e- ISSN 2466-1511)
  • Journal article Badiozaman, I. Segar, A., Hii, J. (2020). Understanding students’ explorations of cultural heritage sites through technology-enabled active learning (TEAL). Innovations in Education and Teaching International (Under review)
  • Journal article Lim, M., Badiozaman, I.,& Leong, H. (2020). Unravelling the expectation-performance gaps in teacher behavior: Insights from the student engagement perspective. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education(Under review)
  • Journal article Nguyen, H., van Gramberg, B., Adi Badiozaman, I. & Voon, M. L., (2020). Climbing up the academic career ladder: strategies employed by academics from an Australian university. Higher Education (Under review)
  • Journal article Badiozaman, I., Leong, H. & Jikus, O. (2020). What engages students in HE: Insights from Sarawak, Malaysia. Education and Training (Under review)
  • Journal article Lee, R., Verezub, E., Badiozaman, I.(2020). The influence of flipped classroom on for low proficiency L2 pre-university students. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology (Under review)
  • Journal article Badiozaman, I. & Leong, H. (2020). Does ‘HELP’ help English teachers: Insights from Sarawak. Journal of Language Studies (Under review)
  • Journal article Birdthistle, N., Badiozaman, I. & Voon, M.L. (2020) ‘Are we all the same? A comparison of female entrepreneurs in Melbourne, Victoria and Sarawak, Malaysia’. Asia Business & Management Journal (Under review)
  • Journal article Badiozaman, I., Lim, M. Birdthistle, N. & Voon, M.L. (2020). The perpetuation of poverty among single mothers in Sarawak: A case of double marginalisation. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (Under review)
  • Book chapter Badiozaman, I., Voon, M. L., & Chorng, C. F. (2021). The new normal in entrepreneurial activities. in Henry, C., Coleman, S., Lewis, K & Foss, L. Women’s Entrepreneurship Policy: A global perspective. London: Edward Elgar Publishing (under review)
  • Book chapter Badiozaman, I. (2016). Managing context and complexities: my career trajectory of teaching English as a second language in Malaysia In P. Haworth & C. Craig. The Career Trajectories of English Language Teachers (pp 49-60). Oxford: Oxford Studies in Comparative Education. (ISBN 978-1-873927-87-8)
  • Book Pui, P. & Badiozaman, I., Lau, C. (2020). Sarawak Women in Early Childhood Education. Kuching. Ministry of Welfare, Community Wellbeing, Women, Family & Childhood Development, Sarawak. ISBN (TBC)
  • Book Pui, P. & Badiozaman, I. (2019). Sarawak Women in Safety and Security: In good hands. Kuching. Ministry of Welfare, Community Wellbeing, Women, Family & Childhood Development, Sarawak. ISBN 978-967-16983-0-3
  • Conference proceeding Badiozaman, I.(2021). Relationships matter – Insights from the student engagement perspective, HERDSA Conference, 7-10 July Brisbane, Australia (Paper accepted)
  • Conference proceeding Birdthistle, N., Badiozaman, I.& Voon, M.L. (2021). Are we all the same: Examining women entrepreneurs in Melbourne Victoria and Sarawak, Malaysia? Diana 2020: Female Entrepreneurship and Family Firms, 19-20 October, Nice, France. (Paper accepted)
  • Conference proceeding Birdthistle, N., Badiozaman, I.& Voon, M.L. (2021). Building connections for enterprising women in Australia and Malaysia. 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, 7-11 August, Vancouver, Canada. (Paper accepted)
  • Conference proceeding Lee, R., Verezub, E. and Badiozaman, I. Practices and challenges in a flipped EFL writing classroom. Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE 2019): 36th International Conference on Innovation, Practice and Research in the Use of Educational Technologies in Tertiary Education, 2-5 December Singapore.
  • Conference proceeding Badiozaman, I. (2019). Understanding and Promoting Student Engagement in Higher Education (HE): Insights from Malaysia. Asian Education Conference (ACE2019): Independence and Interdependence. 31 Oct – 3 Nov Tokyo, Japan.
  • Conference proceeding Segar, A., Badiozaman, I. &  Hii, J., (2019). Students’ explorations of cultural heritage sites through Technology-Enabled Active learning (TEAL). Asian Education Conference (ACE2019): Independence and Interdependence. 31 Oct – 3 Nov Tokyo, Japan. 
  • Conference proceeding Nguyen, H., Van Granberg, B., Badiozaman, I. & Voon, M. L (2019). Climbing up the academic career ladder: strategies employed by academics from an Australian university. EAIR 41th Annual Forum 2019, Leiden University, Leiden, the Netherlands. 25- 28 August 2019 Netherlands.
  • Conference proceeding Badiozaman, I.(2019). “The Invisible Early Career Academics: Navigating the Measured University” CAMTESOL 15-17 February 2018, Phnom Penh Cambodia
  • Conference proceeding Badiozaman, I.(2019). University- led teacher preparation programs: insights into English teachers’ readiness. CAMTESOL 15-17 February 2018, Phnom Penh Cambodia
  • Conference proceeding Segar, A., Hii, J. & Badiozaman, I.(2018) Interactive hybrid reality storytelling for Kuching Cultural heritage sites. International conference on Education transformation (i-CET 2018), 24-25 October Pullman, Kuching.
  • Conference proceeding Badiozaman, I. & Mung Ling, V. (2018). The role of university collaborations and strategic partnerships in empowering women in Sarawak: Insights from JWKS and Swinburne. IAIA Special Special Symposium: Using impact assessment to achieve the SDGs in Asia 1-2 October 2018, Hilton Kuching, Sarawak Malaysia
  • Conference proceeding Huong, N., Van Gramberg, B., Badiozaman, I. & Voon, M. L. (2017). Factors influencing academic promotion: A preliminary conceptual framework from a career development perspective. Proceedings for 31st Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, Melbourne, Australia 5-8 December 2017.
  • Conference proceeding Badiozaman, I. (2017). Investigating the impact and transferability of an Academic Writing course on first year students. The 16th Symposium on Second Language Writing (SSLW). Bangkok, Thailand June 30-July 2, 2017.
  • Conference proceeding Badiozaman, I., Voon, M. L, Nguyen, H; Van Gramberg, B. (2016). The influence of personal and work-family factors on academic promotions in higher education institution: A conceptual framework. The Asian Conference on Education and International Development [ACE-ID]. Kobe, Japan, 3-6 April 2016.
  • Research Report Enterprising Women (2019). Building Connections for Enterprising Women Project Final   Report (January). Melbourne: Good Shepherd Microfinance. Retrieved from https://goodshepherdmicrofinance.org.au/assets/files/2019/03/DFAT-ASEAN-Report_Final.pdf
  • Research Report Badiozaman, I.(2019). Tourism Satellite Account: Departing Visitors Survey. Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture Sarawak.
  • Research Report Badiozaman, I. & Voon, M. L. (2017). An investigation into barriers for single mothers’ re-entry into the workforce in urban Sarawak (Kuching, Samarahan, Bintulu, Miri and Serian). Department of Family and Women under Ministry of Welfare, Community Wellbeing, Women, Family and Childhood Development.