The School of Education has a vibrant and diverse community of doctoral students, both on and off campus. We welcome applications from potential doctoral students whose plan of research fits with the research priorities of the School and the Faculty of Arts and Education.
For more information about pursing doctoral studies in the School of Education, see the Faculty of Arts and Education's Graduate Studies web pages. There, you will find details about research areas, potential supervisors, the application process, and potential funding sources.
The Development of a Multimodal and Semiotic Analytical Framework for Educational Apps
|Jessamy Davies||Pedagogies of educational transitions: Continuity and change as children start school in rural areas|
|Letitia Galloway||How does the Australian curriculum history enable or constrain rural primary teachers' professional practice?|
|Stephanie Garoni||Accomplishing transition: Investigating talk practices as students move between primary and secondary school|
|Lincoln Gill||Pre-service teacher use and non-use of ICTs for learning and teaching on professional placement: Investigating pedagogical decisions and defining practice|
|Lyn Hay||Using Web 2.0 technologies to support student learning through the guided inquiry process|
|Sarah Hayton||Different sides of the same coin? Cyberbullying and the positive uses of social networking: examining perspectives from multiple cultural youth|
|Carmen Huser||Children's perspectives of play|
|Rachael Jefferson-Buchanan||An examination of the relationship between philosophy, pedagogy and practice in UK Education: focusing on specific epochs in physical education.|
|Mark Lee||Academics beliefs and practices in the use of 3D immersive visual worlds for learning and teaching|
|Leonie McIntosh||Gaagu-ma-rra Gurray: Aboriginal children, families and communities starting school|
|Steve Murphy||Practices contributing to school STEM success in rural Victorian secondary schools|
|James Purkis||A study of the interrelationship between school and out-of-school uses of digital technology for collaboration by Australian secondary school students using activity theory|
|Susanne Rogers||Establishing family-educator partnerships as children liing in complex circumstances make the transition to school|
|Natalie Thompson||Children's Perspectives of Literacy in and out of Classrooms in the 21st Century|
Teacher Agency in Neoliberal Spaces: The Elite Private School Teacher in the Twenty-First Century
|Anne Whisken||Informed learning practices and experience in a secondary school blended learning environment|
You can find out more about the exciting work done by doctoral students in other schools in Faculty of Arts and Education here.