School of Education Photographic Competition

School of Education Photographic Competition “What are the important issues that we should be researching in education?”

The School of Education is pleased to invite you to enter the 2016 Images of Educational Research Competition. This competition challenges entrants to explore the important issues that we should be researching in education.

The competition is open to members of the university and the wider community from 1st October to 21st November 2016. The 4 best images as judged by the judging panel will each win $250.

The judging panel consists of:

  • Professor Stephen Dobson: Dean and Head of School of Education
  • Associate Professor Kathy Paige, Associate Head of School: Research
  • Dr Bindi MacGill, Lecturer: Arts Education
  • Mr Mark Kimber, Studio Head: Photography & New Media, School of Art, Architecture & Design

A presentation for the competition winners will be held at School Board on Friday 2nd December, 9:00-10:30am at Mawson Lakes.

The competition challenges entrants to encapsulate through the lens of a camera:  

“What are the important issues that we should be researching in education?”  

We are looking for entries from our community, particularly primary and secondary students. There will be four prizes in total for the best four images, with each receiving a prize of $250.

Entires close 21 November.

Entry form

Areas of study and research

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