About this session

This session is for people who are involved in educational innovation, enhancement of learning and teaching, curriculum and assessment reform, academic development, design for learning, scholarship of teaching and learning and associated areas. 

Its purpose is to offer an opportunity for people involved in these areas to think about, and discuss, ways of strengthening the research they do in this broad and complicated space. To guide discussion, Peter will touch on each of the following:

  • Framing research to be useful and to contribute to fundamental understanding
  • Expanding conceptions of the research space: including the ‘what’ and ‘why’ as well as the ‘how’ of university learning
  • Securing resources for research
  • Strengthening capacity to create and apply research-based knowledge
  • Connecting individual and collective endeavours.

Presenter

Prof Peter Goodyear

Professor Peter Goodyear

Professor of Education, ARC Laureate Fellow and Australian Learning and Teaching Fellow, The University of Sydney
ITaLI Visiting Fellow 2019

Peter’s research interests include design for learning, networked learning, complex learning spaces, the nature of professional knowledge and professional education. View Peter's profile

Peter will be at UQ from 2–5 December 2019. If you would like to make an appointment with him, please email Jacqui Lynagh.

 

 

Venue

Learning Innovation Building (17), St Lucia campus
Room: 
425