Linking with the SLRC
The SLRC coordinates a number of events during the year to highlight and disseminate SLRC research findings, translations, teaching tools and learning strategies.
These workshops, courses, seminars, conferences and symposiums provide interested teachers, educational policy makers, psychologists and others involved with the science of learning to link directly with the SLRC’s researchers and to hear about the latest research findings.
For teachers in particular, the SLRC runs a series of courses, programs and events for school educators to undertake professional development. These events draw together current research across fields of neuroscience, cognitive psychology and education, translating it into relevant, future-focused, practical information for teachers. Importantly too these sessions provide excellent networking opportunities with like-minded educational professionals to develop, in a collaborative way, appropriate learning applications for educational practice.
The best way of keeping in touch is to join the SLRC mailing list by completing the online form. Contact us.
The SLRC also provides a number of opportunities for students, teachers and schools to engage and collaborate with us as part of our studies. Teachers are encouraged to participate in the Teacher Stress and Wellbeing Survey.