Numerical Cognition, Learning and Development
20 May 2019 12am AEST
31 Oct 2019 11pm AEDT
Scholarship available to
An exciting opportunity to join a new research group studying the development of children’s numeracy and mathematical skills. Applicants with a background in psychology, cognitive science, or educational studies and with interests in any of the following areas are encouraged to apply:
- Numerical cognition (experimental studies from a psychological/cognitive science perspective investigating how we represent and activate numerical information and other representations associated with magnitude).
- Numeracy in the preschool / early primary classroom (e.g., pedagogical approaches, instructional quality, intervention for low achievers).
- Assessment and development of working memory and executive functioning/self-regulation in young children.
- Impact of hearing loss on child development and learning.
- Informal opportunities for learning numeracy and mathematics in the home and classroom environment.
- Assessment and intervention for children with mathematical learning difficulties.
For interested applicants, there may be an opportunity to undertake a joint PhD with a partner institution.
The candidate must be available to enrol and commence studies no later than 30th June 2020
There are two scholarships available for eligible candidates to undertake a direct entry 3-year PhD program.
Applicants can be International or Domestic (Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents or New Zealand citizens).
The scholarship is comprised of a Tuition Fee Offset and a Living Allowance Stipend. The value and tenure of the scholarship is a “MQRES” full-time stipend rate of $27,596 per annum (in 2019 tax exempt for up to 3 years - indexed annually).
Name: Rebecca Bull
Phone: +61 2 9850 8605
How to Apply
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Please note, at the start of your application you should select the scholarship type of "HDR Project/Supervisor Specific Scholarship".