Information related to research method "qualitative and mixed methods"

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  • Faculty of Education and Arts

  • Institute for Learning Sciences & Teacher Education

  • Professor Leonard Unsworth

    Fully accredited supervisor - Can supervise as principal supervisor

    Research Director
    Educational Semiotics in English and Literacy Pedagogy

    Areas of expertise: literacy education from pre-school to matriculation; children?s and adolescent?s literature and literacy development; e-literature for children and adolescents; information and communication technology and literacies; multiliteracies; language and literacy in curriculum areas; systemic functional linguistics in literary and literacy research and education; functional grammar in school curriculum; genre theory; semiosis of explanation in education

    Phone: +612 9739 2738


    Location: ACU North Sydney Campus

    ORCID ID: 0000-0002-4723-8169

    Professor Len Unsworth is the Research Director of Educational Semiotics in English and Literacy Pedagogy at ILSTE. Len has been involved in educational research for over 30 years, including nine recent Australian Research Council funded projects. His key research interests include: literacy and learning in school curriculum areas; literature for children and adolescents; literacy development in the English curriculum K-12; and the pedagogic role of explicit knowledge about language and the meaning-making resources of images and image-language interaction in both paper and digital media texts, including animation and film. Prior to commencing at ACU in 2014, Len was Professor in Education at Griffith University, following earlier roles as Head of the School of Education at the University of New England and Head of the School of Development and Learning in the Faculty of Education at the University of Sydney.

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