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Semester 1 (Early-Start)
Semester 2 (Early-Start)
Semester 1 (Early-Start) - Dual-Delivery
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Semester 2 (Early-Start) - Dual-Delivery
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In this subject, students negotiate and undertake a research project related to education, with assistance from an academic supervisor. Through lectures, asynchronous work and supervision time, students are supported to develop a deep understanding of a theoretical and/or professional issue of concern in education.
In consultation with their academic supervisor, they will further develop the research proposal that they designed in EDUC90419 and implement this research project. Students will conduct their individual projects, present and interpret their results and discuss the theoretical and practical implications of the findings from their research project in oral and written forms. Through this process, students will develop critical reasoning and thinking skills the ability to critically appraise education research debates and practices and the ability to conduct original research.
The assessment tasks support the development of the skills required to conduct academic research; present findings from original research; and situate those findings within a relevant field of research.
Please note that students cannot undertake research projects that require individual Human Research Ethics approval.
Intended learning outcomes
On completion of this subject, students should be able to:
- Demonstrate a depth of knowledge in a particular field of education.
- Explain the theoretical and/or professional context of an issue of concern in education.
- Design a research project to investigate a significant issue in education.
- Undertake a research project in education.
- Synthesize findings into a written report encompassing key elements of a research project in education, including ethical and practical considerations.
- Articulate arguments in oral and written forms, as appropriate to an audience.
In this subject, students will develop the following set of key transferable skills:
- Problem solving.
- Evidence based decision making.
- Creativity and innovation.
- Responsiveness to a changing knowledge base.
- Reflection for continuous improvement.
- Linking theory and practice.
- Inquiry and research.
- Active and participatory citizenship.
Last updated: 10 February 2024