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CREd Seminar Series

Throughout each year the Centre for Research in Education (CREd) holds workshops and seminars with presentations by members of the various CREd Research Groups as well as visiting scholars from interstate and overseas. Such events provide unique opportunities to keep abreast of current research and progress within the various fields.

The CREd Seminar Series continue to provide opportunities for:

a) Academics to share what they are up to in their research projects: such as work in progress, problematisations, issues with analysis and theory building, methodological and ethical quandries
b) Postgraduate students to present their latest writing to a supportive audience
c) Visiting researchers to talk about their research.

CREd encourages all of its students and researchers to participate.

Early Career Teachers: Stories of Reslilience
By Bruce Johnson, Barry Down, Rosie LeCornu, Judy Peters, Anna Sullivan, Jane Pearce and Janet Hunter  

Thursday  22 November 2012
4.30 - 5.30pm
Magill Campus

RSVP Marie.Matter@unisa.edu.au by Friday 16 November 2012

The book will be launched by a panel of representatives from the South Australian Industry Partners:

About the book

This book reports the findings of a large Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Project (2008-2012), 'Addressing the teacher exodus: Enhancing early career teacher resilience and retention in changing times' (LP0883672). The project involved 8 industry partners: SA Department of Education and Child Development (DECD); WA Department of Education (DOE); Catholic Education Office of WA (CEOWA); Catholic Education South Australia (CESA); Association of Independent Schools Western Australia (AISWA); Australian Education Union South Australia (AEUSA); State School Teachers Union of Western Australia (SSTWA); Association of Independent Schools of South Australia (AISSA)

Advanced praise

"This exceptional book... Represents a breakthrough in the field of resilience... Read it, it offers what it says on the tin and the tin is crammed with good ideas."

Anne Edwards, Professor and Director, Oxford University Department of Education.