Science Technology Engineering Mathematics and Environmental Education Research Group
Re-imagining futures in STEME
2019 Cultural-historical & Activity Research Summer School
The AARE SAT SIG Summer School is an opportunity for research students and researchers using cultural-historical, socio-cultural, and activity theories facilitated by senior researchers in the fields to spend five days living and eating together in the basic but beautiful Tallebudgera Outdoor & Environmental Education Centre. All delegates will present on their work and attended a variety of workshops, seminars, reading groups, and individual consultations. Time will be set aside to write, read and enjoy the forest.
We will bring together scholars with an emphasis on building up relationships between researchers and advancing the research of doctoral students and early career researchers. There will be opportunities to collaborate on research proposals, publishing and scholarship. It will also serve as a springboard for participants to prepare for the International Society for Cultural-historical Activity Research (ISCAR) triennial congress in Natal, Brazil, 2020.
It is anticipated, based on the success of last year’s summer school, that participants will have the opportunity to significantly advance their research through a time of intense thinking, listening, reading and writing in collaboration with other researchers and mediated by senior researchers of cultural-historical, socio-cultural, and activity theories
John Cripps Clark: email@example.com
Brendan Jacobs firstname.lastname@example.org
Judy MacCallum J.MacCallum@murdoch.edu.au
Expressions of interest and payment: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cELbOQVAAlyY_BLb2tPdhNW9Yq8Gwdmidl-pOGHmcf4/edit?usp=sharing
Posted Oct 10, 2019
Tallebudgera Outdoor & Environmental Education Centre, Brisbane, Queensland