Theory Workshop 1

May. 31 — Jun. 2, 2019 16:00:00 — 15:00:00

University of Tasmania (Launceston)

Theory Workshops | 2019:  

Theme: Enacting collaborative interdisciplinary research agendas for real world problems - priorities, provocations and possibilities

Venue: University of Tasmania (Launceston)
Dates: Friday 31 May 4:00pm - Sunday 2 June 3:00pm
Registration: now open

Speakers:

  • Geraldine Burke: Working with uncertainty: Generating insights with, in and through arts-based research
  • Sharon Fraser: Analysing the variation in understandings: Getting to the heart of what educators think a STEM learning environment is
  • Melitta Hogarth: Cross/inter/transdisciplinary research:  Doing Indigenous research right
  • Jane Hunter: Laying out priorities: How research in STEM education in schools creates cross/inter/trans/disciplinary possibilities for teaching and learning
  • Lila Landowski: Collaboration and communication: A neuroscientist’s perspective
  • Annette Woods: Working with theories across a research program: Literacy, poverty and an inquiring profession
  • James Riggall: Lessons from the startup community: What the lean startup, human centred design and design thinking can teach us about interdisciplinary collaboration

Program - is now available

Scholarships are available for this event. Closing date 14 May 2019. More information

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