About the Learning Thermometer
Development of The Learning Thermometer was informed by research on the needs of students and ways of improving student wellbeing and learning outcomes. We are committed to providing a tool that meets the needs of students, teaching staff, and universities and will continue to evaluate the program.
For papers on this work, see:
- Stallman, H. M. (in press). A qualitative evaluation of perceptions of the role of competition in the success and distress of law students. Higher Education Research and Development.
- Stallman, H. M. (in press). The Learning Thermometer: Engage, Link, Learn. Creating Excellence in Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CESoTL) eZine.
- Khawaja, N., & Stallman, H. M. (2011). A qualitative approach to understanding the resilience of international students. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 21(2), 203-224.
- Stallman, H. M. (2011). University counselling services in Australia and New Zealand: Activities, changes, and challenges. Australian Psychologist. doi: 10.1111/j.1742-9544.2011.00023.x
- Stallman, H. M., & Hurst, C. P. (2011). Factor structure of the Frost Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale in university students. Australian Psychologist, 46(4), 229?236.
- Stallman, H. M. (2011). Embedding resilience within the tertiary curriculum: A feasibility study. Higher Education Research and Development, 30(2), 121-134.
- Stallman, H. M. (2010). Psychological distress in university students: a comparison with general population data. Australian Psychologist, 45(4), 286?294.
- Ryan, M. L., Shochet, I. M., & Stallman, H. M. (2010). Online resilience interventions might engage psychologically distressed university students who are unlikely to seek formal help. Advances in Mental Health, 9(1), 73-83.
- Stallman, H. M. & Shochet, I.M. (2009). Prevalence of mental health problems in university general practices. Australian Psychologist, 44(2), 122-127.