Our group members have expertise in a variety of research areas.
Please see their individual profiles for research interests and supervision experience.
HDR students work on a range of research projects across humanities education research areas.
|Non-residential alternative Year 9 programs in Victorian schools||Josh Ambrosy|
|Engagement with contemporary local and global news events in the classroom: humanities teachers’ perspectives||Habiba Fadel|
|Student voice in the Australian primary school||Rachel Finneran|
|Approaches and practices of citizenship education at secondary schools in Bangladesh||Md Tariq Islam|
|How do primary school teachers assess critical thinking skills within a humanities inquiry-based pedagogy?||Joanne McIntosh|
|Creating sustainable practitioners: the case of the New Zealand training for vocational education and trades sector||Rashika Sharma|
|Applied and affinitive practice of care in Australian schooling||Catherine Smith|
The IB pathway: Inquiry into and in practice; curating the practicum portfolio and becoming a reflective practitioner
Research team: The chief investigator is Heather Wallace
Using the International Baccalaureate Learner Profile to facilitate pre-service teacher reflective practice and meta cognition
Research team: The chief investigators are Heather Wallace and Karen Chaur
Secondary school gardens as an applied learning space for transdisciplinary curriculum
Research team: The chief investigators are Gayle Jenkins and Heather Wallace
Funding: This project was funded by the Deakin University Centre for Research in Educational Futures and Innovation
Graduate Teacher Conferences: Design, Implementation and Evaluation
Research Team: Bernadette Walker-Gibbs, Christine Ure, Andrea Gallant, Matthew Thomas, Emma Rowe, Ray Messer, Sarah Ohi, Amanda Mooney, Julie Arnold, Gaelene Hope-Rowe, Peter O'Keefe, Kate Harvie, Jacqui Peters, Katrina Broadhead, Karen Chaur, Kate Moncrieff, Kellie Sanders and Kerri Garrard
Funding: This project was funded by the Department of Education and Training Victoria
Citizenship, Hope and the Future of Youth: Young People Navigating a Post-Truth World
Research team: The chief investigator was Rosalyn Black
Funding: This project was funded by the Deakin University Research for Educational Impact Small Grants Program
Teach the Teacher: Ignite and Primary School Engagement Evaluations
Research team: The chief investigators are Eve Mayes and Rosalyn Black
Funding: This project is funded by the Victorian Student Representative Council (VicSRC)
Educating the Global Citizen or Fostering Assured Optimism? Elite Higher Education Programs in Australia
Research team: The chief investigators are Claire Charles, Rosalyn Black and Amanda Keddie.
Funding: This project is funded by the Deakin University Research for Educational Impact Small Grants Program.
Inquiry-based Learning in Primary Humanities Teacher Education
Research team: The chief investigators were Lou Preston, Kate Harvie and Heather Wallace.
Funding: This project was funded by the Deakin University Centre for Research in Educational Futures and Innovation.
Young People, Technology and Wellbeing Research Facility
Research team: The chief investigators were Amanda Third and Philippa Collin (Western Sydney University), Lucas Walsh (Monash University) and Rosalyn Black.
Funding: This project was an Australian Research Council Linkage grant.
For more information about humanities education research, please contact Dr Rosalyn Black.
Dr. Rosalyn Black
Senior Lecturer in Education (Humanities, Societies and Environments)
Email Rosalyn Black
+61 3 9251 7006