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SSHRC Insight Grant Workshop
September 2, 2020

Visiting Speaker/Livestream - Dr. Scott Eacott, UNSW

Monday, July 9, 2018
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
John George Althouse Faculty of Education Building (FEB)
Community Room (1139)

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"Relational Inquiry in Educational Administration and Leadership"
The relational research program offers a fruitful approach to the study of educational administration and leadership. Built on five relational extensions and three key concepts, it offers a means of engaging with the messiness of the social world while focused on making a productive contribution. In this workshop Dr Eacott will facilitate dialogue and debate concerning how one might go about mobilizing the relational methodology in developing a research project, or writing a dissertation / thesis, journal article, or book. Drawing on actual examples from Honours, doctoral projects and his own work, this hands-on workshop will introduce participants to the relational template, a resource developed by Dr. Eacott to assist those mobilizing the relational approach in their writing projects.

About Dr. Eacott

Scott Eacott is a relational theorist in the School of Education/Gonski Institute for Education at University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney, Australia. He is widely published with research interests and contributions falling in three main areas: i) developing a relational approach to organizational theory; ii) social epistemology in educational administration and leadership; and iii) educational leadership theory. Dr. Eacott is Founding Co-Editor of the Educational Leadership Theory book series (Springer) and he serves on the Editorial Board of more than ten leading journals and book series across educational administration and leadership, relational sociology, and social theory. You can find further details on his work at and you can connect with Dr. Eacott via Twitter - @ScottEacott

Light refreshments will be served. Please respond to by July 4/18 if you would like to attend.

Jen Heidenheim
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