Events: Research seminar

Research Seminar: Virtual Reality (VR). Its role in Education

The seminar aims to identify key aspects of virtual reality implementation in Education, and looks at the conditions that should be met before implementing virtual reality experiences in schools and what are reasonable expectations of educational outcomes.

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Research Seminar: Visible Learning or Just Yearning?

Dr. John Willison presenting, Visible Learning or Just Yearning? Are we on the threshold of a revolution in learning or will we be left yearning for the next sure-fire solution to our educational problems?

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Research Seminar: Professor Faye McCallum

Professor Faye McCallum, presenting the June Research Seminar for the School of Education. Teachers' Wellbeing During Times of Change and Disruption.

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Research Seminar: Dr Rachel Bleeze

School of Education Research Seminar presented by Dr Rachel Bleeze: Encouraging historical consciousness and empathy in lower secondary students: A comparative study of history curricula in Australia and Singapore.

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Research Seminar: Enhancing school – university pre-service teacher professional experience with online wellbeing masterclasses during COVID-19

Associate Professor Mathew White presenting: Enhancing school – university pre-service teacher professional experience with online wellbeing masterclasses during COVID-19 

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Research Seminar: Evidence-based eLearning Design

This study contributes a new prototype software instrument called Cognitive Load Evaluation Management System (CLEMS) that engages research findings from Cognitive Load Theory as a theoretical framework and evidence-based standard for supporting educators in evaluating and improving learning design. 

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Research Seminar: Cognitive Load Theory and ‘the human movement effect’

Cognitive Load Theory has become an important theoretical framework in the development, design, and implementation of effective instructional methodologies.

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Research Seminar: Factors impacting English Teacher Professional Development and Student English Learning in Vietnamese Higher Education

English teacher professional development and consequent learning of English by Vietnamese students are major concerns of both Vietnamese policymakers and language teachers.

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Research Seminar: 20 years of PISA: changes in Australian students’ attitudes towards reading, mathematics, and science, and their impact on students’ performance

This study investigates changes in the attitudes of 15-year-old Australian students towards reading mathematics, and science, and explores the relationships between attitude and student performance in these respective domains over the period of 2000–2018.

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Research Seminar: The writing of academics with English as an additional Language or dialect

The changing face of higher education and the increasing demands on academics worldwide to publish in English-medium academic journals have led to a huge increase in articles written by academics who use English as an additional language or dialect (EALD). 

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