A Diffractive Analysis of Multilingualism in Early Childhood Education Language Policy in Australia

At GIER, we embrace and value the collaborative efforts of our members. This week’s blog has been written by two of our PhD students, Sammanie… Read More

AARE 2023- PhD students’ experience

Last week, many GIER members attended the AARE 2023 conference in beautiful Melbourne. We, GIER, are very excited about supporting every GIER member, specially our… Read More

Highlights from the 2023 School of Education Postgraduate Research Conference

On Saturday 17th of September, many of our PhD students attended and participated in the School of Education Postgraduate Research Conference 2023 held at the… Read More

Upcoming event: Logan Childhood Summit 2023

“By the children, with the children, and for the children” is the slogan adopted by the Childhood Summit 2023 (https://www.childhoodsummit.org.au/ ). This event will… Read More

HDR morning tea and Art activity

On Tuesday 28th of February, the Mount Gravatt HDR students were treated to a morning tea with a unique component. Supported by a delicious range… Read More

Supporting, guiding and enacting learning across working life

On Thursday, February 9th, a group of Griffith Researchers also associated with Adult Learning Australia, presented their research in a hybrid seminar called… Read More

Education Research Conference 2022

The 2022 Education Research Conference brought together Griffith researchers, from all backgrounds and stages of their careers, as well as our Industry partners, to share research that matters and fosters excellence, equity and diversity, core values of GIER. In doing so, the conference sought to address some of the most pressing, systemic issues in education today.  Read More

GIER partners with Media Centre for Education Research Australia (MCERA)

GIER has recently partnered with the Media Centre for Education Research Australia (MCERA). The goal is to connect education researchers with the media to enhance the quality of education reporting and enable the public to better understand important matters in education. Read More

Community Based Research: Knowledge for and as Change

GIER recently hosted three visiting scholars who combined their wealth of experience for an enlivening panel discussion and interactive workshop on community based research. Read More

First Peoples Students’ Perspectives: World Indigenous Peoples Conference

Becki Cook, who graduated with a Master of Education and Professional Studies Research degree in 2021, presented her research last week at the World… Read More

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