Tagged: research

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A research partnership

A research partnership needs to be cultivated and nurtured – through open exchanges of information and expertise that forge a shared understanding on the way to building new knowledge.  Our large and dispersed project...

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As it happened – Transitions Australasia

Transitions 2017 research symposium, held at The University of Melbourne last Friday (2nd June) featured 12 presentations from emerging researchers in learning environments from across the world to an audience of over 100 teachers,...

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Brisbane workshop

We are holding a workshop for teachers in Brisbane on Thursday 3rd May. This workshop will focus on examining what drives shifts in teaching practice, what impacts those changes have, and the role of...

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Sharing stories for research

In this guest post Alli Edwards (Monash University) discusses the ideas behind the development of our regional workshops for teachers, using design thinking… We are constantly being asked to rate, describe, and provide information...

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ILEs in a senior secondary setting

What happens when a senior school environment steeped in traditional learning practices and pressured by expectations of the profession and community builds an ILE to house the entire English program?  A guest post by...

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What is curated learning?

Guest post by Ethel Villafranca, PhD candidate, Melbourne Graduate School of Education and ILETC project team member. It is quite common to hear and read the word ‘curated’ these days. The title ‘curator’ is...