Associate Head of School (Research and Research Training)

The School of Education (SoE) at Deakin University is widely recognised for researchers who make innovative contributions to the growth of knowledge in education. Our researchers are active contributors to the educational debate in academic and policy settings both locally and internationally. They are successful in gaining research grants and consultancies and collaborate with local and international academic and industry partners. They publish with prestigious book publishers and in high quality journals. A number of staff are editors of refereed journals and sit on international editorial boards.

School researchers are closely associated with the Centre for Research in Educational Futures & Innovation. The school has a strong research culture providing a range of seminar series offered across all campuses and support for researchers at all stages of their careers. The School has a large cohort of doctoral candidates studying both on and off campus. The school welcomes enquiries from other researchers, prospective research students, the media and publishers. See further the individual webpages of each of the School Staff.

Associate Professor Lyn Harrison
Associate Head of School (Research and Research Training)

 In profile
Children and parents share common ground on sexuality education, project shows.
Christine Halse
Prof Halse's interest is in using life history as both subject and object, and as a lens through which broader socio-cultural conditions can be viewed, analysed and critiqued.
James Campbell
Dr James Campbell finds that following ones passion will often take you to diverse and interesting places.
mary dixon
Associate Professor Mary Dixon talks about her research interests in identity and pedagogy, and current ARC linkage projects.
russell tytler
Professor Russell Tytler is the author of the influential monograph 'Re-imagining Science Education'.
jill blackmore
Professor Blackmore shares her journey from school teacher to academic with a focus on social justice and inter-disciplinarity.




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