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Developing Research Capacity in Education Schools and Faculties in Newer Universities Seeking Research Excellence and Entrepreneurship

  • Annette Gough
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Part of the International and Development Education book series (INTDE)

Abstract

All forms of formal education in Australia—from early childhood through the formal years of schooling to tertiary education—are increasingly under the microscope in Australia, and internationally, with all sectors under pressure to transform their practices by better engaging students, improving student outcomes, and teaching smarter, as well as addressing a range of social and political imperatives.

Keywords

Teacher Education Program Australian Research Council Research Income Australian Research Council Discovery Percent Success Rate 
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