Fostering a global, urban and connected outlook, the Centre facilitates the expansion of existing academic networks, collaborating through innovative and significant research.
Four research areas give the work of the Centre its particular character and point of difference. They reflect the established and emerging research activities of School of Education staff. The research areas also identify and respond to many of the significant community, policy and academic issues that emerge from the challenges and opportunities for education, training and work in the 21st century.
Educator Professionalism: Teaching in the Asian Century
Researchers in the Educator Professionalism area explore what it means to be an educator in the Asian Century.
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Curriculum and Pedagogy for Sustainability and Inclusion
Interested in understanding education in its various disciplinary and sectoral contexts, researchers examine the relationships and tensions between curriculum and pedagogy.
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Work Based Identities, Education and Training in the Asian Century
This research area looks into the impact of changes, opportunities and challenges associated with profound shifts in Australian society associated with the emergence of the Asian Century.
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Children and Young People in the Asian Century
This area identifies and examines the ways the Asian Century produces challenges and opportunities for children and young people in Australia and beyond.
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