Science of Learning Research Centre



Welcome to the Science of Learning Research Centre

The Science of Learning Research Centre is a Special Research Initiative of the Australian Research Council.
In the Centre, researchers in education, neuroscience and cognitive psychology are working together with
teachers to understand the learning process.



Higher Education Learning Framework

An evidence-informed model for university learning


SLRC Seminar Series – Promoting Wellbeing in Teachers: Preliminary results from the Teacher Stress Survey and Wellbeing Teaching and Learning Study

Date: Tuesday 27th June Time:  4.30 – 6.00pm (45 minute presentation, followed by 15 minutes question time and 30 minute tea/coffee) Venue: Level 7 Seminar Room, Queensland Brain Institute (Buil
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International Science of Learning Conference

Professor Pankaj Sah, Director of the Science of Learning Research Centre gives an overview of what the International Science of Learning Conference being held in Brisbane from 18th to the 20th Septem
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SLRC news

SLRC featured in ARC publication ‘Making a difference’

Earlier this year, SLRC was featured in the ARC publication ‘Making a difference: Outcomes of ARC supported research 2016-17’. This publication is a snapshot of research outcomes derived from research projects funded by the ARC National Competitive Grants Program and includes a piece written by SLRC featuring CI Professor Martin Westwell’s work across the Port Augusta region with regard to mathematics and numeracy teaching. The publication can be accessed via the following link: http://www.arc.g
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ARC funding success for SLRC researchers across multiple Discovery Projects in 2018

Congratulations to SLRC Chief Investigators who have been awarded funding for multiple Discovery Projects announced by the Australian Research Council on Friday 10th November 2017 for funding commencing 2018. Eight of our researchers have been awarded funding for seven different Projects – a great achievement. Deakin University’s Professor Russell Tytler has been awarded funding for one successful Project while The University of Melbourne’s Professor John Hattie and The University of Queensland’
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