At Lady Gowrie Qld we are committed to research that informs and guides our pedagogies and practices and contributes to high quality outcomes for educators, children, families and our broader communities. Generating new knowledge to support our work ensures that as an organisation we are investing in evidence-based policies and practices.
Lady Gowrie Qld is a willing collaborator in research that is ethical, impactful and seeks to advance knowledge in local, national and international contexts. Through research, we believe in creating better outcomes for children and families. We encourage research partners to contact us to discuss their research proposal. High quality research proposals that benefit our organisation, educators, children, families and communities and that apply and adhere to ethical research practices are welcomed. Proposals, where appropriate, should demonstrate approval for their research project from their organisation’s Human Research Ethics Committee or equivalent body.
Lady Gowrie Qld has a dedicated research and evaluation role that supports educators to be researchers of their own practice in their own contexts. Collaboratively designing research around areas of interest in their own sites supports research that is meaningful and has benefits for advancing our work with children and families. meaningful participation in research and evaluation by our educators and organisational team enriches all of our work. Sharing research findings across our organisation and beyond, contributes to building a research rich culture or inquiry across Lady Gowrie Qld.
If you would like to contact us to discuss a research proposal, please email our Research and Evaluation Manager, Dr Amanda McFadden at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Lady Gowrie Qld Early Childhood Conference
Friday 3rd April and Saturday 4th April 2020
TO REGISTER: https://ladygowrieqld.arlo.co/