About the Interdisciplinary Educational Research Institute
The Interdisciplinary Educational Research Institute is a Research Strength of the University of Wollongong. It involves researchers from education, psychology, health sciences, arts, and medicine. It has 30 members (either full-time research or academic staff), over 90 higher-degree research students, and was awarded over $4.5 Million in competitive grants and contract funding from 2007 to 2009. It is one of the top 10 performing Strengths in the University based on research income, higher-degree research student completions, and publications. The Institute comprises four intersecting themes, with a proven track record of collaboration among researchers from different disciplines across all four themes. These themes are: Learning, Design, and Technologies; Physical Activity and Nutrition; Language and Literacy; and Social Inclusion. Each theme is embedded within a range of research settings that encapsulate the breadth of expertise currently within the Institute. These settings include early childhood, primary and secondary schools, community, and adult education (vocational, professional and higher education).
events: conferences, seminars, & workshops
Lalia Hafez and Kathryn Harden-thew
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Wednesday 29 May @12:30
Dr. Shoshana Dreyfus - University of Sydney
Wednesday 5 June @ 12:30
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