International Collaborations: Opportunities, Challenges and Tensions - 2-day Free Seminar

Mar. 31 — Apr. 1, 2023 09:00:00 — 15:00:00 AEST

We would like to draw attention to an upcoming event organized jointly by the Global Contexts for Education SIG, STEM Education SIG; and the Cultural Historical & Activity Theory SIG. The activity is supported by a grant from AARE.

Venue: Melbourne Graduate School of Education
Time/Date: 10-4pm Friday 31 March and Saturday 1 April, 2023 (AEDT)
Mode of Delivery: Face to face (inclusive of morning/afternoon tea, lunch, and networking activities).
An online attendance option will be available for some of the presentation sessions and discussion panels across the two days.

This seminar will explore the 'what, how, and why' of international research collaborations in education. We are particularly interested in discussing questions about what can be learnt from the comparative dimension, how different theories can be used to open up multiple lines of investigation, and the practical implications of establishing and maintaining collaborations, and applying for funding. Associate Professor Samia Khan, from the University of British Columbia, will lead the seminar drawing on her extensive experience leading international research projects. The seminar will involve a mix of presentations, panel discussions, networking opportunities and a practical workshop (on grant writing). We have a range of presenters from across the three SIGs who will be involved in the sessions. The seminar has been organised through collaboration between three SIGs, in order to explore connections and learn from different SIG perspectives.

If you are interested, click here for further information about the program and to register for the event.

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