Michelle obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Science (Psychology) from the University of Melbourne, and completed her 4th year Bachelor of Psychological Sciences (Honours) in James Cook University, Singapore. As an undergraduate, she had interned at the Office of Education Research in National Institute of Education, and in the Research Office at Institute of Mental Health, Singapore. Additionally, she conducted private one-to-one academic lessons for Primary and Secondary level students with special needs. Prior to joining CRADLE@NTU, she was working at Ministry of Social and Family Development as a Community Partnerships Officer with the Rehabilitation and Protection Group. Currently, as a Research Assistant in CRADLE@NTU, Michelle aims to continue learning and applying neuropsychology and developmental psychology knowledge to research and practice.
Research Interest in Science of Learning and Education
Neuropsychology, Developmental psychology, Biliteracy and Bilingual Development
On-Going Research Projects in CRADLE@NTU
Promoting Effective Biliteracy and Balanced Bilingual Development in Early Childhood (PEBBLE)