Theory Workshops | 2019: Completed
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
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... Read more »
The AARE/ISCAR Summer School is a five-day retreat for our Sociocultural and Activity Theory SIG members modelled on the Russian ISCAR Summer School tradition.
The school provides an opportunity for HDR students and ECRs in education research to spend concentrated time with senior researchers in Sociocultural and Activity Theory in order to advance their own expertise and to contribute to the... Read more »
The goal of the forum is to build the research capacity of the HPE SIG. Accordingly, the event will have a strategic planning focus and reflect on HPE research in three broad settings: schools; universities; and, the world beyond. In each of these settings, breakout discussions and plenary sessions will address: the strengths and weaknesses of existing scholarship; the opportunities... Read more »
AARE organises a number of annual events in different locations across Australia and sponsors various other opportunities for sharing research and networking with colleagues. The latest Theory Workshop was held at University of Sunshine Coast, Sippy Downs.
Theme: 'Theoretical insights in our stories of education'
Our research in education aims to tell a story or many stories, big or small, new or old, in... Read more »