Latest newsNext year, senior students in Victoria will be able to study the complete Maus by Art Spiegelman - a graphic novel which has been included in the prescribed Year 12 English curriculum. GIER's Professor Catherine Beavis discusses the impact of these and other formats (eg computer games) on the school curriculum in an interview on ABC Radio National's Life Matters.
- Visit the ABC site here to listen to the audio of that interview.
Work in Progress (WiP) Seminar Series
GIER Public Lecture Series 2013
For further information or to RSVP attendance to a seminar contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 07 3735 5779.
Professor Lyn Shulha
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Professor Philipp Gonon
|University of Zurich, Switzerland||Vocational Education and Training - between craftsmanship & entrepreneurial self|
Professor Betina Schuler
|Universidade de Caxias do Sul, Brazil||Writing, the care of the self and the aesthetics of existence: a genealogical experimentation on Fundamental School|
Dr Susan Bridges
|Centre for Innovation in Dental Education
Faculty of Dentistry
The University of Hong Kong
|Problem-based Learning and the Learning Sciences – the ties that bind|
Prof Ralph Mawdsley
Professor Joy Cumming
|Educational Leadership, College of Education;
Griffith Social and Behavioural Research College
|Equity and Affirmative Action in Education Law|
Tuesday, 17thDr Paul Reitano Associate Prof Mary Dixon Dr Nicole Green
|Griffith Institute for Educational Research; Deakin University; the University of Southern Queensland||Images, Words, Policies: Research Entanglements|
Griffith Social Behavioural Research College
The Griffith Social Behavioural Research College supports GIER members through its organisation and delivery of a year-long series of workshops designed specifically for social, behavioural and humanities research staff and students. Visit their website and click on the Workshop Series link.