Past Events

PAST EVENTS

Below are some of the past events held by the SLRC.

2019 Symposium

The Science of Learning: An Evidence Base to Education in the 21st Century

November, Friday 1st & Saturday 2nd, Brisbane - Queensland Brain Institute (QBI), The University of Queensland (UQ), St Lucia campus

More information about this event, including registration and the two-day program, is available here. Registration is open until Sunday 27 October 2019.

If you have any queries in the meantime please contact Ms Janet Voight, SLRC Senior Project Officer – [email protected]

Information Flyer More information



Professor Geoff Masters - SLRC Symposium Talk 01 Nov 2019


Professor Martin Westwell - SLRC Symposium Talk 01 Nov 2019



2017 International Science of Learning Conference – Research to Reality September 18-20th, Brisbane

The Science of Learning Research Centre is pleased to announce that it will be hosting the International Science of Learning Conference – Research to Reality in Brisbane, Australia, from the 18th to the 20 September this year.

The 2017 International Science of Learning Conference – Research to Reality will provide an opportunity for cognitive and brain researchers, educational researchers, and neuroscientists to present and share their latest research findings into the science for learning and for education, to discuss what these findings mean across the respective disciplines from cognitive and brain research to education, and to consider the challenge of how these findings may be applied in learning and education.

The program will feature international Keynote and Invited speakers, invited Symposium Sessions on research programs from laboratory-based brain sciences to application in education practice or policy, as well as oral and poster presentation sessions selected from submitted abstracts.



SLRC Massive Open Online Course - MOOC

Deep Learning through Transformative Pedagogy

How can powerful teaching strategies and effective learning activities enhance deep learning?

Featuring SLRC investigators Annemaree Carroll, Merrilyn Goos, John Hattie, David Reutens and Pankaj Sah

The MOOC commences on February 27, 2017.  To find out more please visit the WEBSITE.







All the fun of the EKKA - Jaime Garcia and Cameron Brooks manning the stand.

All the fun of the EKKA - Jaime Garcia and Cameron Brooks manning the stand.

ACER Research Conference, Adelaide. The Honurable Julia Gilllard, Professor Pankaj Sah (SLRC Director) and Associate Professor Ross Cunnington (SLRC Chief Investigator)

ACER Research Conference, Adelaide. The Honourable Julia Gillard, Professor Pankaj Sah (SLRC Director) and Associate Professor Ross Cunnington (SLRC Chief Investigator)

SLRC research meeting, Flinders University, August 2014

SLRC research meeting, Flinders University, August 2014

SLRC seminar, the University of Melbourne, April 2014

SLRC seminar, the University of Melbourne, April 2014