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Lunchtime Learning: The inclusion of Indigenous Sustainability Knowledges into University courses

What are Learning Lunches?

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Research Seminar: Education and Social Cohesion: Reforming and Re-forming the Discourse

Education and Social Cohesion: Reforming and Re-forming the Discourse

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Research Seminar: Finding the Instructional 'Sweet Spot'

Dr Brendan Bentley presents: Finding the Instructional 'Sweet Spot'

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Masterclass One 2020: Facilitating the Development of Students Who Think Critically and Creatively

While Critical and Creative Thinking (CCT) may be classified as a ‘general capability’ this expansive and vital skill set is best-developed subject by subject in content-specific contexts. The problem then commonly becomes how do students and teachers connect the quite divergent senses of CCT so that they may mutually reinforce?

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Research Seminar: Publishing Realities

School of Education Research Seminar: Publishing Realities. Dr John Willison, Senior Lecturer

This seminar provides a forum to discuss publishing realities, including:

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Breakfast Zoomfest

This is a chance for the Faculty to chat about their online experiences – challenges and successes.

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Research Seminar: Relational Agency and Teacher Education: Talent Thwarted?

Presented by Dr Linda Westphalen. Date: 27 May, Time 4:00 pm, Zoom link on registration: Register Here

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COVID-19 and its impacts on schooling, teaching and student wellbeing

An estimated 1.29 billion students worldwide enrolled in primary and secondary schools are affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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School of Education Lunchtime Learning: Practical Uses of Learning Analytics

School of Education Lunchtime Learning Event.
This session will cover practical and simple ways to use the Learning Analytics options available to course coordinators and teaching staff directly through MyUni.

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Research Webinar: A Strength-based Reflective Practice Teaching Model

A Strength-based Reflective Practice Teaching Model 
While wellbeing has grown over the past decade, making strides in measurement, interventions, and applications, it has also been criticised for lacking consistent guiding theoretical frameworks, heavily emphasising psychology over education, and being driven by unacknowledged pedagogical assumptions.

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Masterclass 2 2020: Policies, Practices and Classroom Realities for Refugee Children

This masterclass focuses on: the curriculum and the standards: intersectionality, and sense of belonging: schools as peaceful grounds.

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Masterclass Three 2020: Immersive Technologies in the Classroom

Heralded as the new wave of innovation in educational technologies since the 1990s, immersive technologies are finally becoming readily accessible and affordable to the average school.

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