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Education and learning

Our Faculty’s academic community is at the forefront of research regarding pedagogies equipped to support learners for the future, informed by understandings of policy and practice within both national and international contexts. We are externally recognised for our expertise in the following areas: the transformative use of technology in schools and teacher education; pedagogies of participation/inclusive pedagogies; early childhood pedagogy; international teacher development; and new models of assessment/leadership. Learners’ voices, agency and rights are nurtured through research, and the Children’s Research Centre empowers children and young people as researchers to undertake rigorous research on issues that matter to them.

Centres


Groups

The Education and Childhood Research Group

The Open Languages Research Group

The Open Languages Research Group focuses on language learning and teaching in a range of contexts. The activity takes place in five main areas: technology-enhanced language learning, language learning, language teaching, intercultural competence, as well as education policy and practice.

The Pedagogy and Learning 

The RUMPUS Research Group

The RUMPUS Research Group's key area of research is about how fun relates to learning and education.