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Two presenters juxtapose their projects to highlight new insights into research involving school-university partnerships.

Self-Directed Learning in Science, by Prof. Nancy Law, The University of Hong Kong.
This is a University-School Project that focuses on network-based capacity building and knowledge co-creation on learning and assessment design, as well as architecture for learning for scalable innovation.

Thinking Like Scientists by Dr Louise Sutherland, leader of I-Science program, The University of Sydney.
This project examines how different participants (scientists, science teachers, teacher educators and preservice science teachers) value aspects of a science-based artifact produced by high school students.

When
Wednesday 9th August 2017, 2-4pm
Light refreshments available.

Where
Education Building, Level 6 Room 612
University of Sydney

RSVP (Max. 25 places)
Monday 7th August, 2017
Email: Professor Janette Bobis

* This event is supported by CRLI as part of the project Understanding and Facilitating Learning in Emerging Knowledge Co-Creation Spaces, funded from SREI 2020 scheme at the University of Sydney. It is organised by Theme 3 Knowledge co-creation in school-university partnerships.

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