Professor Ramon

Professor Ramon Lewis

Emeritus Professor

College of Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce

Education

Department of Education

Melbourne (Bundoora)

Qualifications

BSc, DipEd, BEd, PhD (Monash),

Role

Honorary

Area of study

Educational Studies

Teaching units

 

 

 

 

Consulting

Classroom Management

Recent publications

http://arrow.latrobe.edu.au:8080/vital/access/manager/Repository?query=ramon+lewis

Books.

Lewis, R. (2009) Understanding Pupil Behaviour, Routledge, NY.

Frydenberg, E., & Lewis, R. (2012). Adolescent Coping Scale-(ACS-2). Australian Council for Educational Research, Melbourne

Frydenberg, E., & Lewis, R. (2014). Coping Scale for Adults -(CSA-2). Australian Council for Educational Research, Melbourne

Book Chapters

Montouro, P., & Lewis, R. (2015) Student perceptions of misbehavior and classroom management. In E. Emmer (Ed). International Hand book of Classroom Management: Research, Practice and Contemporary Issues (2 Ed). Routledge. pp. 344-362.

Lewis, R. (2011). Developmental Classroom Management. in D. Hopkins, J. Munro & W .Craig (Eds) . Powerful Learning - A strategy for system reform. A. C. E. R. Melbourne.

Lewis, R. & Riley, P.  & Brew. C. (2010) Why did you do that? Teachers explain the use of legal aggression in the classroom  Teaching and Teacher Education. 2, 957-964

Lewis, R. & Riley, P. (2009). Teacher misbehaviour. In L. J.Saha & A. G. Dworkin (Eds.), The International Handbook of Research on Teachers and Teaching (pp. 417-431). Norwell, MA: Springer.

Lewis, R. & McCann, P. (2009). Teaching "at Risk" Students: Meeting Their Needs. In L. J. Saha & A.G. Dworkin (Eds.). The international handbook of research on teachers and teaching (pp. 895-905). Norwell, MA, USA: Springer.

Lewis, R. (2006). Classroom Discipline in Australia. In C. Evertson and C. S. Weinstein (Eds). International Handbook of Classroom Management: Research, Practice and Contemporary Issues. N.J. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates,  pp. 1193-1124.

Journal articles

Romi, S., Salkovsky, M., & Lewis, R. (2016). Reasons for aggressive classroom management and directions for change through teachers’ professional development programmes.Journal of Education for Teaching: International Research and Pedagogy. Volume 42, Issue 2

Salkovsky, M., Romi, S., & Lewis, R. (2015).Teachers' coping styles and factors inhibiting teachers' preferred classroom management practice. Teaching and Teacher Education. 48:56-65 (10 pages) 01 May 2015

Romi, S., Lewis, R., & Salkovsky, M. (2015).Exclusion as a Way of Promoting Student Responsibility: Does the Kind of Misbehavior Matter? Journal of Educational Research. 108(4):306-317 (12 pages) 04 Jul 2015

Fogelgarn, R., & Lewis, R. (2015). Are you being your best? Why students behave responsibly. Australian Journal of Education.

Lewis, R., Montouro, P., & McCann, P. (2013). Self-predicted classroom behaviour without external controls: Imagining a “Lord of the Flies” scenario. Australian Journal of Education. 57(3), 270-291.

Dang, X. T., Nicholas, H., & Lewis, R. (2013). ICT training and ICT use among Vietnamese foreign language teachers.Ubiquitous Learning, 5(3), 13-24, 2013

 Riley, P., Lewis, R., & Wang, B. (2012). Investigating teachers’ explanations for aggressive classroom discipline strategies in China and Australia. Educational Psychology 32 (3), 389-403.  

Tran, V. D., & Lewis, R. (2012).The Effects of Jigsaw Learning on Students’ Attitudes in A Vietnamese Higher Education Classroom. International Journal of Higher Education. Vol 1, No 2.9-20.  

Tran, V. D., & Lewis, R. (2012).The Effects of Cooperative Learning on Students at An Giang University in Vietnam. International Education Studies, 5(1), 86-99. http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/ies.v5n1p86  

Wang, B., Lewis, R., & Greenwood, K. M. (2012). Challenges in retraining workers laid-off by state-owned enterprises in China: findings from a field inquiry. Journal of Vocational Education & Training 64 (3), 279-293

Lewis, R., Romi, S., & Roache, J. (2012). Excluding students from classroom: Teacher techniques that promote student responsibility. Teaching and Teacher Education, 28(6), 870-878

Dang, X. T., Nicholas, H., & Lewis, R. (2012). Factors affecting ubiquitous learning from the viewpoint of language teachers: A case study from Vietnam. Ubiquitous Learning, 4(2), 57-68  

Lewis, R., Romi, S., & Roache, J. (2012) Excluding students from classroom: Teacher techniques that promote student responsibility, Teaching and Teacher Education, 28, 870-878  

Lewis, R., Roache, J., & Romi, S. (2011).Coping styles as mediators of teachers’ classroom management techniques. Research in Education 85 (1), 53-68  

Romi, S., Lewis, R., Roache, J., & Riley, P. (2011). The impact of teachers’ aggressive management techniques on students’ attitudes to schoolwork. The Journal of Educational Research 104 (4), 231-

Roache. J. E., & Lewis. R. (2011).The carrot, the stick, or the relationship: What are the effective disciplinary strategies? European Journal of Teacher Education, 34(2), 233–248.

Riley, P, Lewis, R., & Brew. C. (2010). Why did you do that? Teachers explain the use of legal aggression in the classroom Teaching and Teacher Education. 2, 957-964.

Frydenberg. E., & Lewis. R. (2009). Relationships among well-being, avoidant coping, and active coping in a large sample of Australian adolescents. Psychological Reports 104, 745-758.

Frydenberg. E., & Lewis. R. (2009). The relationship between problem-solving efficacy and and coping among Australian adolescents. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling 37, 51-64.

Romi, S., Lewis, R., & Katz, Y. (2009). Student responsibility and classroom discipline in Australia, China and Israel. Compare 39, 4,439-452.

Lewis, R & Burman, E. (2008) Providing for student voice in classroom management. International Journal of Inclusive Education, Vol. 12(2) March 2008: 151-167.

Lewis, R., Romi. S., Xing, Q, & Katz, Y. A. (2008) Student reactions to teachers' classroom discipline in Australia, China and Israel. Teaching and Teacher Education, 24(3): 715-724.

Selected Coping Research

(with E. Frydenberg ) Manual: The Adolescent Coping Scale. Melbourne: Australian Council for Educational Research, 1993.

(with Frydenberg, E.) The Adolescent Coping Scale: Multiple forms and applications of a self report inventory in a counseling and research context. European Journal of Psychological Assessment,12 (3),216-227.1996

(with E. Frydenberg ) The Coping Scale for Adults. Melbourne: Australian Council for Educational Research, 1997.

(with Frydenberg, E.) Teaching Coping to Adolescents: When and to Whom? American Educational Research Journal, 37 (3),727-746. 2000

(With E. Frydenberg) Concomitants of failure to cope: What we should teach adolescents about coping. British Journal of Educational Psychology. 72, 419-431. 2002

Selected Classroom Management Research

Teachers coping with the stress of classoom discipline. Social Psychology of Education. 3, 1-17. 1999.

Discipline in Schools. In L. J. Saha (Ed.) International Encyclopedia of the Sociology in Education : 404-411 .Oxford UK. 1997.

The Discipline Dilemma.(2nd Ed.) The Australian Council for Educational Research. Melbourne. 1997.

Preparing Students for Democratic Citizenship: Codes of conduct in Victoria's Schools of the future. Educational Research and Evaluation. Educational Research and Evaluation, 5(1):41-61. 1999.

Classroom Discipline and Student Responsibility: the students' view. Teaching and Teacher Education. 17. 307-319. 2001.

Lewis, R., Romi, S., Xing, Q., & Katz, Y. A comparison of teachers' classroom discipline in Australia, China and Israel. Teaching and Teacher Education. 21, 29-741. 2005.

Lewis, R. (2006) Classroom Discipline in Australia. In C. Evertson and C. S. Weinstein (eds), International Handbook of Classroom Management: Research, Practice and Contemporary Issues. N.J. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 1193-1213.

In Press

 Romi,S., Lewis, R., & Salkovsky, M. (in press). Classroom management and student exclusion. Journal of Educational Research.

Selected Research Supervision:

  • A comparative study of teacher/student relationship in classroom management in Australia and China
  • Discipline: the clients' view
  • Teacher rationale for classroom discipline
  • Greek parents and discipline
  • Avoiding and controlling disruption in the primary classrooms
  • Community perceptions of primary school discipline:a case study
  • Negotiating classroom behaviour: teachers and students
  • Community perceptions of primary school discipline:a case study
  • An evaluation of the use of simulated patients in health science education
  • Attitudes of health science students to death and dying
  • Counseling attitudes and behaviour of clinical midwives
  • Attitudes to healthy and unhealthy life style
  • Student responsibility and classroom discipline
  • Character education in Australian schools

Recent Research Projects:

  • Examining the gap between teachers' preferences for, and practice of, styles of classroom discipline.
  • Student responsibility in classrooms
  • Adolescent and adult coping strategies and styles