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2002 Research Seminar Program
Staff, postgraduate students and researchers are cordially invited to an afternoon seminar to be held at Murdoch University in the Education & Humanities Building Room 2.21 - the Education Staff Common Room (Carpark 4 or 5 - free after 4.15)
Tuesday June 4th, 4.30-6.00 pm
Research and Indigenous schools and communities: An account of one project
Presenters: from Kurongkurl Katitjin: School of Indigenous Australian Studies
Edith Cowan UniversityAssociate Professor Gary Partington
Dr John Godfrey
The presenters, who are all located at Edith Cowan University, are working on a major Strategic Partnership research project that is a collaboration between the Department of Education, Catholic Education Commission and Independent Aboriginal Schools with matching funding from the Australian Research Council.
The project is examining the effectiveness of teaching strategies to counteract the influence of conductive hearing loss on Indigenous students with research sites in the metropolitan area, the Kimberley and Goldfields.
Complex issues of gaining entry, collecting valid data and reporting are involved. Sociopolitical issues also are involved in keeping the research on track.
Light refreshments will be served and there will be opportunities for discussion and interaction.
RSVP and for further details contact Susan Beltman firstname.lastname@example.org