Singing, balancing, jumping and skipping are all part of a cutting-edge movement program that is helping teach children to read and write.
Presented by the Edith Cowan Institute for Education Research in association with the FLC and CSaLT; The program for this semester’s Research Seminars is now available.
Over 50 researchers from ECU and industry partners attended a colloquium on October 25 to hear reports from Australia’s leading video researchers.
CHELTR presents ‘Design Thinking frameworks as transformative cross-disciplinary pedagogy’ at their next seminar.
The Faculty of Education and Arts is holding their 3MT (Three Minute Thesis) competition Final on Friday September 13.
Presented by the Edith Cowan Institute for Education Research in association with the FLC and CSALT. The program for this semester’s Research Seminars is now available.
The Adobe Education Leaders Institute was attended by 25 expert teachers selected for their specialised skills in using ICT in their schools.
Highly acclaimed researcher and author, Professor Helen Sword, presented a workshop sponsored by CHELTR on habits of highly productive academic writers.
Professor Mark Hackling presents to Minister Collier and 90 leaders from academia, government and industry about improving STEM education in WA schools.
You are invited to attend a Masters By Research proposal seminar presented by the Edith Cowan Institute for Education Research.
Presented by the Edith Cowan Institute for Education Research in association with the Fogarty Centre and CSALT.
ECU’s video-based classroom research partnerships are attracting international attention.
At-risk children are more likely to successfully transition to secondary school if they take part in support programs during upper primary, a new study by ECU researchers has found.
Edith Cowan Institute of Education Research is proud to present this week’s research seminar ‘Theoretical research and the measurement of metacognition’ to be presented by Dr Pina Tarricone .
The Research Journeys in Education: Postgraduate Research Colloquium will be held on Friday 21 September, 2012 on the Mount Lawley Campus.