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Yin Goh

Yin Goh


Coming from a multicultural background, Yin Goh was born in Malaysia, spent her schooling in Australia, later earned a Bachelor of Commerce in Economics and Finance and a Masters of Secondary Teaching. She also spent a year travelling and working in Japan in 2018 and has experience with Japanese businesses such as Aisin and Sunstar through the family business. Ms Goh has experience teaching in various educational settings in Melbourne, Australia specializing in Business Management and Humanities. Ms Goh’s first professional role included lead VCE Business Management teacher and later acting Head of Humanities. She has experience in various educational aspects such as teaching financial literacy, University pathway advising and internal assessment writing and moderation.

Ms Goh is passionate about instilling a passion for students to view learning as a way to connect to others and help shape their thinking as future citizens of globally mobile societies. She encourages this in the classroom through discussion and reflection of students’ multiple diverse perspectives, stemming from their diverse backgrounds, experiences and opinions. She believes students should learn Business in order to better understand and approach real-life situations such as making informed financial decisions and improving critical thinking and analysis skills, as well as building confidence and fluency in their communication and reasoning to others.

Research Interests

Integrating Multiple Diverse Perspectives in Teaching, International Business Management Practices

Final Education

M. Teaching (Secondary), University of Melbourne