At the nexus of learning and innovation

Professor Michael Jacobson will be giving a talk entitled Where do Emerging Trends emerge from and why?

Invisible nanoscale phenomena are difficult to learn, as people have no experience of observing nanoparticles and their behaviours in everyday life. To help address this issue two different treatment conditions were developed: (a) working with two different Agent-Based Models (ABMs) and (b)…

CRLI will hold it's first Doctoral Colloquia for 2018 on 23 May 2018.

This initiative started as the need for a venue for doctoral students to present and receive feedback for their work in an academic environment. Over the course of two hours, 3-4 students and an audience composed of…

Join us on May 22nd when Associate Professor Stefanie Schurer will discuss the recently published paper, University education and noncognitive skill development (Kassenboehmer, S., Leung, F. Schurer, S. in

There will be an open meeting to discuss forming community of practice for interdisciplinary education (possibly as a CRLI SIG) on May 17th from 2.00-3.00pm in Room 551 of the Education Building.

Traditional rationalism has treated cognition and emotion separately. Teachers’ emotional experiences during teacher preparation programs have not been sufficiently acknowledged or discussed in research, particularly in the Australian context. This study uses Vygotsky’s concept of…

Are you an HDR student who wants to keep up with new research in your own field, and keep abreast of research across relevant disciplines?

We’ll show you how to start your own reading group. We’ll also provide you with an ongoing support community of cross-disciplinary…

In this talk, I try to go beyond “generic” advice to PhD students about “getting your research published,” such as writing a paper and submitting it to a journal to see what happens. Instead, I will consider what are the characteristics of “right…

Professional education and learning as embedded in evolving knowledge dynamics