Educational researchers and the regional university : agents of regional-global transformations / Monica Green, Susan Plowright, Nicola F. Johnson, editors.
- Singapore : Springer,  , ©2019
xiv, 216 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Education -- Research.
Education -- Research.
- This book showcases a compilation of research partnerships produced by the Federation University Gippsland School of Education. Through this book, readers will gain valuable insights into how education research initiatives can help adapt to an age characterized by massive regional/global economic, environmental, identity, cultural and social shifts. The respective chapters address the universal human and researcher condition in a regional setting, highlighting how individuals and groups are seeking to achieve transformation with their regional, educational research. On the whole, the compilation showcases a specific university in a regional context that is now responding to change by rejuvenating, reinventing, re-envisioning and rethinking its research, its identity and its relationality.
- 1. Agents of regional-global transformation: Federation University Gippsland Education (FUGuE) researchers
Part I. Regional university educational researchers and transformative partnerships. 2. Reflecting on a nascent South Gippsland birth-year 6 oral language partnership ; 3. 'Little school, big heart': embracing a new partnership for learning generous and ethical judgements ; 4. Transforming hopes and visions for 'at-risk' primary students in East Gippsland: a community-school partnership ; 5. An invited outsider or an enriched insider? Challenging contextual knowledge as a critical friend researcher ; 6. 'Broadening Horizons': raising youth aspirations through a Gippsland school/industry/university partnership
Part II. Regional university educational researchers and self-reflexive transformations. 7. Transforming futures for Koorie pre-schoolers in Gippsland through community-educative partnerships ; 8. 'Making learning valuable': transforming my practice through a service-learning partnership in central Gippsland ; 9. Frog bogs, turbines and biodiversity: Bringing children's sustainability knowledge to life through hand-made artefacts ; 10. From northern China to Hazelwood wetlands: navigating place and identity through science education ; 11. The lived experiences of graduate students: Transforming university education in an online space.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Green, Monica. editor.
Johnson, Nicola F. editor.
Plowright, Susan. editor.
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