Events: School of Education

Kevin Marjoribanks Memorial Lecture Webinar

Presented by Emeritus Laureate Professor John Hattie ONZM, Melbourne Graduate School of Education at the University of Melbourne, Chair of the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership. Come along to this unique event where you will hear from education expert Professor John Hattie in his lecture Visible Learning for Parents: A tribute to Kevin Marjoribanks.

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Research Seminar: Virtual Reality (VR). Its role in Education

The seminar aims to identify key aspects of virtual reality implementation in Education, and looks at the conditions that should be met before implementing virtual reality experiences in schools and what are reasonable expectations of educational outcomes.

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Research Seminar: Visible Learning or Just Yearning?

Dr. John Willison presenting, Visible Learning or Just Yearning? Are we on the threshold of a revolution in learning or will we be left yearning for the next sure-fire solution to our educational problems?

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Research Seminar: Cognitive Load Theory and ‘the human movement effect’

Cognitive Load Theory has become an important theoretical framework in the development, design, and implementation of effective instructional methodologies.

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Master of Teaching Information Session

Come and meet Dr Steven Stolz, Program Director for the Master of Teaching and hear all you need to know about studying in 2021.

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Master of Teaching Information Session

Come and meet Dr Steven Stolz, Program Director for the Master of Teaching and hear all you need to know about studying in 2021.

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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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Breakfast Zoomfest

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

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