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In response to COVID-19, Churchie is focused on developing the capacity of teachers to navigate the change from a physical to an online teaching environment.
During 2020, the Churchie Research Centre will focus on four capstone research projects, which seek to translate emergent theory into practice within this schooling context.
Cognitive scientists Pooja K. Agarwal, Ludmila D. Nunes and Janell R. Blunt have completed a systematic review of the literature specifically focused on the application of retrieval practice in the classroom setting.
Learn more about the outcomes of Churchie’s partnership with The University of Queensland’s (UQ) Science of Learning Research Centre.
The latest issue of the Churchie Research Centre newsletter is available, outlining the projects and research areas that will be the focus of 2019.
A survey of Years 7 to 11 students at Churchie on how each year level perceived their study behaviours and preferences.
Getting beyond the design of school learning environments to focus on what matters the most – teaching and learning
There are many more questions than answers about what works and why. What we do know is that one's context heavily influences learning; but what works in one setting/subject might not work in another.
What, how and when do Churchie boys study?
A three-year research project testing a hypothesis that the affordances of different digital devices affected pedagogies and student cognition and learning experiences.
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