Studying issues relating to learning and teaching in the arts is the focus of ALTR. Drawing from a range of approaches and perspectives such as teacher research, reflective practice, art-based research, artist-educator-researcher, pedagogy, andragogy (adult learning), applied research, participatory arts, arts training, heritage education and art-based community education. The Research Group investigates a broad range of arts learning and teaching practices in a broad range of contexts.
A research degree – MPhil (Master of Philosophy) or PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) – is an individual academic investigation carried out under the supervision of a small team of specialists who offer high-level advice, support and training.
Typically, for both degrees you are required to:
There are two ways to apply to study for a research degree: