Arts & Creativity
The Creativity and Arts research group is inclusive of a diverse range of educational and transdisciplinary research. The researchers in this group bring together their multiple research interests to explore the ways in which Creativity, the Arts and education impact the human condition.
Education, Learning & Teaching
Education, Learning & Teaching research
The English research discipline leads, initiates, supports and publishes research in English and literacy education, as well as the broader social and cultural trends that affect language and literacy.
Inclusive education is a commitment to excellence and equity in education with an appreciation of student diversity. It is about addressing barriers to learning and improving the engagement, achievement, and wellbeing of all students.
Lifetime Health & Physical Activity
Research projects by Faculty members interested in educating the population about the health benefits associated with participation in lifelong physical activity pursuits.
Mathematics & Science Education
The Mathematics and Science Education Research group conducts and disseminates research that provides the basis for both the improvement of the teaching and learning of mathematics and science at all levels of education and for influencing government policy.
Rural & Regional Education
Rural education scholars study education beyond metropolitan locations. Contemporary research in rural education takes up complex, vital and exciting questions of identity and culture; problems associated with geographies of educational/social advantage and disadvantage; the complexities of power; real and imagined space; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives and sovereignty; as well as a range of other issues.
The ‘Sustainability, Place and Society’ research group are an active community of scholars interested in issues of space and place, sustainability, equity and social justice, and culture as they relate to education. Employing a critical ‘sociological imagination’ we recognise the political and value-laden nature of education and seek to explore, examine, and disrupt power relations through our educational research.