AARE organises a number of annual events in different locations across Australia and sponsors various other opportunities for sharing research and networking with colleagues.
These have included:
- Annual conference;
- Annual pre-conference workshops for Post Graduate students and Early Career researchers;
- Theory workshops;
- Seminar Series;
- SIG events;
- Postgraduate and early career researcher events;
- Public lectures; etc
To request event payment/reimbursement for AARE funded or approved activities (You must be logged in as a AARE member to access this form).
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WRITING FOR THE FUTURE: Working towards good preparation and publication strategies with edited books, special journal issues and monographs.
Tim Allender is Professor and Chair of History and Curriculum in the Sydney School of Education and Social Work at Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Sydney. He is the winner of the History of Education Society(UK), Anne Bloomfield book... Read more »
AARE History and Education SIG Webinar co-hosted with the Contemporary Histories Research Group at Deakin
This new and exciting series invites history educators, historians, writers and digital history makers across the globe to have a conversation about the role of history today, in schools, universities, broader communities and personal lives. In times of sudden change the role of history is ever changing... Read more »
Join AARE’s Teachers’ Work and Lives SIG for an online symposium on teacher workload and wellbeing.
Workload and Wellbeing: Research, policy, and experiential narratives aims to foster scholarly dialogue, between researchers, policy-makers, and teachers, and that will continue to contribute to knowledge and understandings of workload and wellbeing issues specifically in the context of Australia’s school teacher workforce.
Our Workload and Wellbeing:... Read more »
Online event for the Global Contexts for Education SIG about the situation in Myanmar.
Presenters: Professor Joe Lo Bianco and Professor Fazal Rizvi
We look forward to an interesting discussion which will include a multilevel analysis of the situation, raise issues of citizenship and explore new possibilities for cooperation.
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Online citizen science projects use the Internet to bring together professional researchers and volunteers for mutual benefit. From an educational perspective, they offer rich opportunities to engage students in authentic research projects, with multiple learning benefits.
Please join our colleagues from New Zealand as they share some of their experiences from a multi-year project in which primary and secondary teachers... Read more »
AARE Conference 2021
Date claimer: Sunday 28 November – Thursday 2 December 2021, Venue TBA
The conference website (www.aareconference.com.au) will continue to provide latest information and we look forward to receiving your conference proposals in early 2021.
AARE will not hold a 2020 conference due to COVID-19.
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