Education Research Network

The network creates and promotes a variety of activities to this end, including (but not limited to) Education RAW (in collaboration with Creative Agency), The New Directions in Education Research Speaker Series, and Interactive Workshops focused on research methodology and community-building. Please email jeffrey.brooks@rmit.edu.au for inquiries.   

Education Research Network RAW

The purpose of Education RAW is to promote interdisciplinary research led by the SOE, a monthly series. The series is co-sponsored by the Education Research Network and Creative Agency. This is an opportunity to be part of a discussion group to share research-related news and concerns.

All Education Research Network RAW sessions take place at Bourke Street, City Campus Building 108, Level 5. Anyone with an interest in the topic is welcome!

Date

Speaker(s)

Proposed topic/title

July 10

Liz Mackinlay

Autoethnography & Cixous – theorizing the teacher self

10 August 2019 4:00-5:30 (Tuesday)

Elise Hunkin &

Seth Brown

'Only quality' policy mythologies in early childhood

Young people’s (re)engagement in school

19 Sept 2019

 (Thursday) Time TBC

Anna Hickey Moody & Melanie Brooks

Muslim identity and research ethics/Islam and Education

Muslim Child as Teacher: Vernacular Knowledges of the Religious Quotidian (AHM)

Islamic education in Southeast Asia (MB)

3 October 2019  (Thursday)

Time TBC

Andreia Penaloza Caicedo &

Matthew Sinclair

Critical policy analysis

Co-creating with children pedagogic strategies to build upon love (Andreia)

November

Time and Date TBC

Tricia McLaughlin

Growing from unfunded small project to large funded projects 


For more information about Education Research Network RAW, contact Associate Professor Anne Harris at anne.harris@rmit.edu.au or Professor Jeffrey S. Brooks at Jeffrey.brooks@rmit.edu.au.

New Directions in Education Research Speaker Series

31 July, 2019, 1.30pm – 2.30pm (201.06.014)

New Directions in Education Research “Trends in Special and Inclusive Education: The good, The Bad and the Promising” with Dr David Armstrong

Workshops in Education Research for Knowledge (WERK)

31 July, 2019, 2.30pm – 4.00pm (201.06.014)

Building a Community of Scholars around Education Research at RMIT: Exploring Ideas, Sharing Work, and Forming Substantive Collaborations facilitated by Prof. Jeffrey S. Brooks

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