Daruganora: Modelling new practice for sustainable, collaborative research led learning and teaching relationships between schools and universities

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Everett, Kristina Lyn, Ambler, Trudy, Hummell, Eloise, Collins, Melissa, Davis, Rhonda, Humphries, Natalie and Franklin, Corrinne. (2010). Daruganora: Modelling new practice for sustainable, collaborative research led learning and teaching relationships between schools and universities. The Australasian Journal of University Community Engagement. 5(1), pp. 62 - 86.
AuthorsEverett, Kristina Lyn, Ambler, Trudy, Hummell, Eloise, Collins, Melissa, Davis, Rhonda, Humphries, Natalie and Franklin, Corrinne
Abstract

This paper describes the processes involved in establishing and conducting the pilot and initial phase of a research led learning and teaching project that is designed to facilitate and support collaborative working relationships between schools and universities. This particular project prioritises Indigenous high school students and high schools designated ‘low socioeconomic’ but it is envisaged that such an approach could be generalised to many other contexts.

Year2010
JournalThe Australasian Journal of University Community Engagement
Journal citation5 (1), pp. 62 - 86
PublisherEngagement Australia
ISSN1833-4482
Web address (URL)http://pandora.nla.gov.au/pan/56869/20110208-0000/v5n1.pdf
Page range62 - 86
Research GroupCentre for Education and Innovation
Place of publicationAustralia
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