At Griffith Institute for Educational Research (GIER), we have one of the largest concentrations of university-based education researchers in the country. Our researchers work are an interdisciplinary coalition working to ensure that the benefits which can flow from any form of education and learning are genuinely accessible to all people in all contexts. Our focus is on the pursuit of educational and social justice, and we invest in research and research activities that generate new knowledge about diverse learners and diverse contexts. Our Blog provides introductions to our outstanding team of researchers, and our original, impactful research.
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
Dr Judy Rose is an expert mixed methodologist with an extensive teaching background. Judy’s current position is a Griffith University Research Methods Advisor, where she teaches in the Statistical Training program, providing skills and methods for assembling and validating surveys as well as conducting interviews in the context of mixed methods. Read More
Finding and developing meaningful connection with others is an essential part of our human journey. Community is important not only on a personal level but also influences our professional lives. However, the human element of educational research tends to get lost in negotiating the protocols of the academic institution. Two GIER doctoral students are breaking this mould, with their compelling auto-ethnography publication “Doctoral students’ collaborative practices in developing writer identities.” Read More
GIER is home to diverse academics and HDR scholars, exploring multiple issues relating to diverse learners in diverse contexts. In this short video, our inspiring… Read More