Visiting scholars

The faculty continues to welcome and support visiting international scholars who are seeking to work on collaborative projects. Since 2004, more than 70 visiting scholars have completed projects at the faculty, for periods ranging from a few weeks to 12 months or more.

The links below will display tables that show the visits by scholars which took place within the time period/s stated. Each visit is listed only once, under the year in which it was commenced.

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The table on this page shows the scope and nature of visits commenced in 2014.

Name
Institution
Country
Dates
Sponsor
Area
2014

Baines, Donna

McMaster University

Hamilton, Ontario, CANADA

1 Jan –
31 Aug

Associate Professor Margot Rawsthorne

To deepen ties with social work scholars in Australia and explore new and continuing possibilities for research and exchange.

Biewer, Gottfried

University of Vienna

Vienna, Austria

21 Jan –
23 Feb

Associate Professor David Evans

To investigate at an international and comparative level students with disabilities, who were included during their school career in earlier years, who are then marginalized in inclusive education settings when they enter adolescence.

Choi, Jiyoung

Hannam University

Daejeon, KOREA

1 Sep 2014 –
31 Aug 2015

Dr Minkang Kim

To develop a model for assessing and cultivating ethical sensitivity in beginning teachers.

Payaprom, Sudarat

Chiangrai Rajabhat University

Muang Chiangrai, THAILAND

1 Aug 2014 –
31 Jan 2015

Associate Professor Ken Cruickshank

To implement cooperative learning in an EFL tertiary context in Thailand and to investigate students' interaction group work using the cooperative learning.

Reichert, Frank
Email:
frank.reichert@lifbi.de

Leibriz Institute for Educaitonal Trajectories at the University of Bamberg

Bamberg, GERMANY

1 Sep 2014 –
31 Aug 2015

Professor Murray Print

To undertake a study entitled "The Development of Political Competencies in Teenagers and Young Adults and the impact of Curriculum Reforms in Australia.