The School of Teacher 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 pursuing doctoral studies in the School of Teacher 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.
|Brenda Bruce||Teachers documenting critical reflections: A Western Sydney primary school case study|
|Amanda Cooke||Towards a re-conceptualisation of risk-taking in early childhood education and care practices|
|Anna Cronin||The speech, participation and well-being of toddlers with cleft palate|
|Belinda Friezer||How do infants interact in triads in long day care?|
|Melissa Lew||Developing Young People's Health Literacy: A rural secondary school case study|
|Peta Mathieu||Multilingual Children in Their First Year of Schooling: What are Their English Language Experiences|
|Nicole McGill||'Wait' lifting: Active waiting for services for children with speech and language difficulties|
|John Playford||Perceived Effectiveness of Correctional Education Programs as Seen Through the Lens of Three Stakeholder Groups: Aboriginal Students, Teachers, and Family/Caregivers and Elders|
|George Scorgie||The Changing Space of International Education: Investigating a Chinese-International School in Mainland China|
|Myra Singh||Identity and success in higher education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students|
You can also find out more about the exciting work done by doctoral students in the other schools in Faculty of Arts and Education here.