Siti Norhedayah is a lecturer at Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Institute of Education (SHBIE), UBD. Her research interests are in adolescent social emotional and behavioural development/difficulties and assessment and evaluation in psychology. She completed a BA(Honours) in Education from the University of Brunei Darussalam.
Her career began in 2006 as a tutor at the department of Psychology. The same year, at the University of Manchester (UK) her MEd research was on “Teachers’ perceptions on Students’ Behaviour Problems in Reflection to their Preferred Actions in Brunei Darussalam”.
In 2007 to 2011, She has taught courses on developmental psychology, psychology of learning and teaching, co-taught guidance and counseling and co-taught assessment and evaluation.
From 2011 until present, her PhD research study from the University of Edinburgh looks into examining assessment tools in reporting for Social Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties (SEBD) of Adolescents in Brunei. She is a member of the Edinburgh Child and Adolescent Research Network (ECAP).
Social Emotional and Behavioural Development of Adolescents
Assessment & Evaluation
Siti Norhedayah binti Abdul Latif (2010). Teachers’ perceptions of and reactions to behaviour problems among secondary school students. In D. Boorer, H. Dhindsa, J.S.H.Q.Perera, K. Wood, S. Sithamparam, Wan Mat Sulaiman & Yahya Othman (Eds.) Bridging worlds. Making connections in education. (pp.163-174). Brunei Darussalam: SHBIE, Universiti Brunei Darussalam
Boorer, D. R. and Abdul Latif, S. N. (2008). Studying Abroad: Universiti Brunei Darussalam Tutors' Impressions. Journal of Applied Research in Education, 12, 170-178.