Research for Educational Impact

Deakin University’s Strategic Research Centre in Education, Research for Educational Impact (REDI) is located within the School of Education.

Research impact

REDI takes an outward-facing approach to delivering and translating high quality research and research training into outcomes that are relevant and meaningful to communities. We produce research that positively impacts educational theory, policy, teacher practice and student learning.

Our research is focussed around four distinctive themes, and is led by renowned scholars in collaboration with highly active and successful educational researchers from a number of disciplines, as well as from the Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE).

Our four research themes are:

  • Diversity and Social Justice in Education
  • Education Governance and Policy for Sustainable Societies
  • Learners in a Digital World
  • STEM Education for Sustainable Futures

Learn more about our research

One of our key goals is to ensure that our knowledge is translated into practice and that we ask the big questions of educational research

Alfred Deakin Professor Julianne Moss

Director, REDI

Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child

The Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child is a world first research centre dedicated to creating positive digital childhoods for all Australian children. Deakin University is the only Victorian university selected to take part in the Centre which is headquartered at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT).

Find out more about the Centre and the Deakin node

REDI members' intranet

If you are REDI member you can log onto our intranet using the link below.

Log into the REDI members' intranet

Featured news

Featured news

New partnership tackles children’s privacy and digital rights

The ARC Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child recently partnered with ACMI to deliver a seminar on ‘Children’s Digital Rights & Data Privacy: What the UK Children’s Code Can Teach Us’.

Making science accessible to young people

After completing a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science and a Master of Teaching, Dr Joe Ferguson started doing some relief teaching in secondary schools around Melbourne. Then he saw an advertisement for a PhD scholarship with Professor Russell Tytler at Deakin University.

Contact us

Research for Educational Impact (REDI)
Enquiries:+ 61 3 9246 8185 or +61 3 9244 6597
Email REDI

Deakin University
221 Burwood Highway
Burwood, Victoria 3125