Top of page
Global Site Navigation

Faculty of Education and Arts

Local Section Navigation
You are here: Main Content

Research and creative activity

The Faculty offers opportunities for research and postgraduate studies in the following areas of research strengths:

  • communication, media studies, creative arts and writing;
  • literacy, numeracy and science education, learning technologies, early childhood education, teacher development, leadership and school improvement;
  • indigenous research methodologies applied in areas of health, education and social justice; and
  • practice-led research in music, performance and visual arts.

Research students can be confident that they will receive first class support and career-building research training.

Research news

Education research at Edith Cowan University Thumbnail

Child-care focus on personal development

Childcare centres in Western Australia are redeveloping their focus by providing activities that allow children to learn how to behave in real world settings.

Early Childhood Studies - Education Thumbnail

Research findings affecting pedagogy and practice for Early Childhood teachers

Taken from the findings of early childhood educators who attended the Pushes and Pulls of Pedagogy forum, a report has been delivered to the Minister for Education.


All eyes on classroom camera

When you were in school, did you think your teachers had eyes in the backs of their heads? Now using the latest video technology the next generation of teachers are being trained to see the whole classroom.

See more news

Research support

We are committed to providing a high level of service to staff and students undertaking research activities through the functions of the Faculty Research and Higher Degrees Support Team.


Our research is centered around our areas of research strength; education and social community; areas of opportunity; and communications and the arts. Our researchers are involved in various local, national and international projects, which gives our students access to an array of knowledge and learning experiences.

Our current research projects include;

Skip to top of page