Established in 2014 in the Sydney School of Education and Social Work, we aim to develop partnerships with teachers, schools, artists and others to develop a rich research culture. Our objectives are to:
Our work investigates three main themes:
The group comprises academics and researchers from the Sydney School of Education and Social Work, and we welcome scholars from across the University, throughout Australia and from overseas.
We host and participate in events and activities open to researchers, students, community groups and government representatives.
8 June 2017
A panel discussion about transforming schools, held as part of the 2017 Dean's Lecture Series.
15 May to 30 July 2017
An exhibition of original artwork and materials showcasing the journey behind a series of multi-award-winning books. Arranged in conjunction with the Sydney School of Education and Social Work's artist-in-residence program.
25 May 2017
Shakespeare Reloaded is a collaborative project in which secondary and tertiary educators can explore the teaching and learning of Shakespeare. The seminar shares details of some of the initiatives and resources developed as part of the project.
21 March 2017
2 February 2017
Documentary screening and discussion about the life and work of renowned educational philosopher Maxine Greene. View more information (PDF/505KB).
21 July 2016
Dr Madonna Stinson, Griffith University
16 March 2016
Dr Anne Harris, Monash University
9 March 2016
Professor Peter O'Connor, The University of Auckland