Events: seminars

Rescheduled: NAIDOC Week Webinar: Sand Talk: Indigenous Knowledges, The Science elaborations, Life, Always was Always will be.

You are invited to attend this NAIDOC Week Webinar discussion, hosted by the School of Education. Sand Talk, Indigenous Knowledges: The Science elaborations, life, Always was, Always will be.

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NAIDOC Week Event: Researching with Indigenous Peoples– Part B

A conversation on research interests. Finding your voice in the process. Educating the Academy. The gelling of ideologies. This seminar expands on the discussions of our Reconciliation Week seminar: In this Together: Reconciliation in Action in Schools. 

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NAIDOC Week Webinar: Sand Talk: Indigenous Knowledges, The Science elaborations, Life, Always was Always will be.

You are invited to attend this NAIDOC Week Webinar discussion, hosted by the School of Education. Sand Talk, Indigenous Knowledges: The Science elaborations, life, Always was, Always will be.

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Research Seminar: The Teacher Complex with Dr Robert Matthews

The Teacher Complex with Dr Robert Matthews describes what might be called a teacher complex. Each teacher is different of course, but there is something typical about what we do, particularly in our behaviours and descriptions of teaching. 

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Research Seminar : iPhone Screen Time and ATAR - is there a link?

iPhone Screen Time and ATAR: is there a Link? Dr. Walter Barbieri, e-Learning Program Coordinator, School of Education

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Research Seminar: Measuring employee wellbeing, a Canadian case study with Professor Faye McCallum

Employee wellbeing education has emerged across industry and various sectors as a key element of staff satisfaction and productivity, yet little research has been conducted in the education arena on teacher and non-teaching staff wellbeing. Join us on August 26th at 11am and hear from Professor Faye McCallum on Measuring Employment Wellbeing: A Canadian Case Study.

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Open Lecture: Abdul Chohan: The future isn't what it used to be.

The School of Education is hosting Abdul Chohan to deliver an open lecture on 1 July 2019, on the role of educational technologies now and into the future, entitled: The future isn’t what it used to be. Abdul Chohan is the former Principal of Essa Academy, the founder of Olive Tree Foundation School and an Apple Distinguished Educator.

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Why not academic literacy for all? A case for integration.

Discussion of the research project, case study that illustrates possibilities and challenges for the integration of an academic literacy development approach into the learning, teaching and assessment of a mainstream STEM curriculum.

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Research Seminar: Flipped Classrooms, do they really work?

The flipped classroom model challenges the way that educators structure and implement their courses, and how students learn. This presentation discusses evidence for the effectiveness of flipped classrooms for improving student performance and student satisfaction.

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STEM, STEAM and STONE: Research Seminar 29 April 2019

STEM, STEAM and STONE

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