8 February 20164–5pm
A Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation seminar reporting early results of a longitudinal study into the benefits of introducing basic physics concepts in primary school.
23 February 201611.30am–1pm
A Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation seminar with guest lecturer Dr Antonia Scholkmann.
4 March 20166–7.30pm
A presentation by Professor George Siemens co-hosted by Sydney Ideas and the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education) Portfolio.
23 March 201611.30am–1pm
A Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation seminar highlighting the faculty's studies into the how toys can help children understand scientific concepts.
6 April 201611.30am–1pm
A Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation seminar with visiting researcher Dr Piergiorgio Trevisan.
11 April 20166–7.30pm
A presentation by Nobel Laureate Professor Carl Wieman co-hosted by Sydney Ideas and the Charles Perkins Centre Science of Learning Science Node.
13 April 201611.30am–1pm
A Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation seminar with Professor Daniel D. Hutto.
20 April 201611.30am–1pm
A Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation seminar. Participants will hear about new research into "goal neglect" and how to teach to overcome it.
27 April 201611.30am–1pm
A Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation seminar that will describe, debunk and replace the usual justifications for using qualitative methods in psychology research.
4 May 201611.30am–1pm
A Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation seminar discussing research findings that showed the fluidity of boundaries in learning environments.
11 May 201611.30am–1pm
A Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation seminar adding insight to the long-running "cognitive-versus-situative" debate about how people learn.
- 21 Oct :: Alisha Portolese - There are still problems with problem-based learning: recent innovations and new directions (no recording available)
- 28 Oct :: Luke Fryer - Getting interested (no recording available)
- 9-Sep-2015 :: Professor John Sweller - Cognitive load theory (no recording available)
- 16-Sep-2015 :: Dewa Wardak - Inscriptions and gestures in educational design team meetings (no recording available)
- 26-Aug-2015 :: Michael Jacobson - Beyond carts and horses: issues in the design of advanced learning systems (slides available - offsite)
- 19-Aug-2015 :: Negin Mirriahi and Abelardo Pardo - Videos in the curriculum; What does the research tell us? (no recording available)
- 14-Aug-2015 :: Professor Michael Jacobson presented "Beyond Failing to Learn: transforming science education", a Royal Society of New South Wales Free Lunchtime Science Talks, as part of the Sydney Science Festival 2015 at the University of Sydney.
- 12-Aug-2015 :: Wenming Zheng - Assessment of Scientific Learning ad Social Emotional Competence in Inquiry-Based Science Education (no recording available)
- 29-Jul-2015 :: Special seminar with Dr. Jimmie Leppink - In search for an optimum: from regulated self-learning to self-regulated learning (no recording available)
- 24-Jun-2015 :: Shirley Alexander - Leading and managing a new vision for higher education learning: linking curriculum, technologies and learning spaces (no recording available)
- 17-Jun-2015 :: Fredrik Rokenes - Design Studio Developing student teachers’ digital competence in Norwegian teacher education: finding meaningful ways of teaching ESL with ICT
- 10-Jun-2015 :: Janette Bobis - Exploring the upward and downward shifts of student mathematical engagement
- 3-Jun-2015 :: Bob Fox - Assessment driving the learning ... technology supporting the process
- 27-May-2015 :: Jos Boys - Building better universities
- 20-May-2015 :: Rob Ellis & Peter Goodyear - Modelling complex learning spaces, online recording available.
- 13-May-2015 :: Davinia Hernández-Leo - Design for learning: communities and flexible design processes, online recording available. Due to technical issues, the first 5 minutes are missing. Slides available on slideshare.net.
- 6-May-2015 :: Lucila Carvalho - Analysing online and place-based spaces for networked learning, no recording available.
- 29-Apr-2015 :: Roberto Martinez Maldonado - Using multiple surfaces for collaborative learning and design for learning, no recording available.
- 22-Apr-2015 :: Boris Handal - Implementing mobile learning in schools, online recording available.
- 16-Apr-2015 :: Mridula Sharma - Hearing, listening and reading in school-aged children, a special lecture co-presented by the Neuroscience & Education Special Interest Group.
- 15-Apr-2015 :: David Ashe - Epistemic challenges in inquiry science, online recording available.
- 8-Apr-2015 :: Kate Thompson & Pippa Yeoman - A multimodal method for analysing complex learning, online recording available.
- 1-Apr-2015 :: David Boud - The changing face of feedback research, online recording available.
- 26 Mar :: Ian Hickie - Neuroscience and development: implications for education and training. A special guest lecture by Professor Ian Hickie, co-presented by the Neuroscience & Education SIG and STL Network.
- 17 Mar :: Catherine Burke - Telling the quiet stories of education design
- 4 Mar :: Crina Damsa - Shared epistemic agency and its emergence in undergraduate students`collaborative learning
- Pedagogies for knowledge-building: investigating subject-appropriate, cumulative teaching for twenty-first century school classrooms - Associate Professor Karl Maton and Dr Sarah Howard on 19 Nov.
- Open Digital Badges: Lessons Learned from the Design Principles Documentation Project - a HCT and STL seminar presented by Daniel T. Hickey on 14 Nov. No recording available.
- 2014 Research Fest - 6 Nov. Posters and keynote slides are up online at http://bit.ly/STLFest14files
- Creative curriculum change through research - Prof Angela Brew on 12 Nov.
- Collaborative Memory and Distributed Cognitive Ecologies - John Sutton on 29 Oct. Recording available here.
- Hyper-Immersive Learning and Teaching - Russell Lowe and Sid Newton on 15 Oct. No recording available.
- Representations in Science: insights from an examination of their impact on student learning and understanding - Dr Louise Sutherland on Aug 27. No recording available.
- Using mobile devices for learning in the hospital setting: Student, physician and patient perspectives - Karen Scott on August 13. Recording available (missing first 7 minutes of audio) here.
- Supporting preservice and early career teachers in Australia - Dr Nick Kelly on 9 July. Recording available
- Mashup: drama, playfulness and networked cultures - Associate Professor Michael Anderson and Dr David Cameron on 21 May 2014.
- Getting the point: Embodying cognitive load theory - Dr Paul Ginns, Fang-Tzu (Agnes) Hu and Michael Tang on 14 May 2014. Recording available here.
- Learning through after-school activities and homework - Associate Professor Richard Walker on 30 April 2014. Recording available here.
- Writing with Wikipedia in Multi-Campus and Multicultural Contexts - Frances di Lauro on 23 April 2014. Recording available here.
- Glimpses of Future Learning for Today’s Australian Students - Professor Michael Jacobson on March 26. No recording available.
- Data big and small: Limitations of data-driven approaches to informing learning theory - Professor Peter Reimann on 19th March. Recording available at here.
- What matters in Networked Learning - Professor Peter Goodyear on 12th March. Recording available here.
- The changing face of education - Associate Professor Manjula Sharma on 30 Oct.
- Developing autonomy and self-efficacy with technology - Rafael A. Calvo, and Dorian Peters on 16 Oct. Recording available here.
- Messing with digital literacies: textual practices in the new media digital landscape - Professor Mary Hamilton on 11 Oct. Recording available here.
- Messing with digital literacies: textual practices in the new media digital landscape - Professor Mary Hamilton on 11 Oct. Recording available here.
- Forging futures - Dr Sandra Peter and Professor Lesley Farrell on 18 Sept. Recording available here.
- Ideation, problem-solving and reasoning - Dr Sharon Oviatt on 11 Sept. Recording available here.
- Science expertise and the prominence of causal knowledge - Dr Micah Goldwater on 28 Aug. Recording available here.
- A tacit-knowledge perspective on engagement with networked learning activities - Nina Boderup Dohn on 21 Aug.
- Connected Learning in Interest-Driven Knowledge Building Communities - Crystle Martin and Amanda Ochsner on 8 Aug. Recording available here.
- Publishing your research with Springer - Bernadette Ohmer and Nick Melchior on 26 June. This seminar will not be made available online.
- Theory and metatheory in developmental science - Minkang Kim and Derek Sankey on 12 June. This seminar will not be made available online.
- The Engagement, Learning and Technology Nexus (ELTN) - Jennifer Way on 29 May. Recording available here, sound quality is variable.
- Empowering preservice teachers’ problem-solving using adaptive scaffolding within a systems dynamic learning environment - Chwee Beng Lee on 22-May. Recording available here.
- Statistical learning: What is it and why might it be of interest to clinicians and educators? - Joanne Arciuli on 15 May. This seminar will not be made available online.
- The Five Cognitive Strategies of Design Thinking and Their (Potential) Contributions to Learning by Design - Andy Dong on 8th May. Recording available here.
- The Digital Education Revolution: Initial data analysis of teacher and student reported use of laptops in year 10 science - Simon Crook on 24 Apr. Recording available here. Blog post available on Simon's site.
- Interactive Tabletops for Learning: can they help teachers support face-to-face collaboration? - Roberto Martinez on 17 Apr. Recording available here (sound quality is low).
- Learning with, and coordination between, representations in science and mathematics: “What should I do next?” - Sten Ludvigsen on Apr 10. Recording available here.
- Using Learning Analytics to help Flip the Classroom - Abelardo Pardo on 13 Mar. Slides available here. Recording available here (sound quality is low).
- Teaching and learning: a knowledge in pieces perspective - David Ashe and Shaista Bibi on 21 Nov. Recording available online.
- Networked professional learning - Peter Sloep on 20 Nov. Recording available online.
- Positive computing: how can technology support wellbeing? CoCo CHAI LATTE with A/Prof Rafael Calvo on 14 Nov. This seminar will not be made available online.
- “eLearning Interface Design: A research-based approach to supporting learning outcomes through design” - Dorian Peters on Nov 7. This seminar will not be made available online.
- Beyond serious games: Computational scientific inquiry with agent-based virtual environments for learning - CoCo CHAI LATTE with Professor Michael Jacobson on Oct 31. Recording available online.
- Social networks in eLearning systems - Daniel Burn on Oct 24. Recording available online.
- Research and development in online synchronous learning - Dr Matt Bower on Oct 17. Recording available online.
- Threshold concepts: professional development about online teaching - Dr Maria Northcote and Dr Kevin Gosselin on 10 Oct. Recording available here.
- Remote Laboratories: logistical enhancement of pedagogic innovation? - CoCo CHAI LATTE seminar presented by Professor David Lowe on Sep 19 - recording available here.
- CoCo members' seminar with Gilbert Importante and Shahadat Hossain Khan on Sep 12.
- Lifelong learner modelling, harnessing pervasive technology for learning - CoCo CHAI LATTE seminar with Judy Kay on Aug 29. Available online here.
- Parent-school engagement: toward a theoretical framework of institutional strategies, tactical resistance and cultural production - Associate Professor Sue Saltmarsh on 22 August 2012. (Recording available here.)
- What can cognitive and metacognitive research teach us about learning? Illusions and Pitfalls. - Professor Marie Carroll on 15 August 2012. (Recording available here.)
- What is socioenvironmental synthesis? And what do we know about how people learn about it? - a CoCo seminar by Dr Kate Thompson on 8 August 2012. (Recording available here).
- Realistic virtual agents that express complex emotions in multiple modalities, a CoCo-CHAI-LATTE seminar by Professor Jean-Claude Martin - July 9th (recording available here).
- Researching the knowledge - building question across schools and higher education - Professor Lyn Yates on July 25 2012. (Recording available here.)
- ICLS 2012 - The 10th International Conference of the Learning Sciences CoCo hosted ICLS in 2012 bringing this major Learning Sciences event to Sydney. [2-6 Jul 2012]. Videos of the keynotes are available on the CoCo YouTube Channel.
- CoCo, in association with IISME, the Lesotho College of Education and Pepperdine University, hosted a pre-Pre-Conference workshop on Teacher creativity at the intersection of cognition, content and interactive digital as part of the lead up to ICLS 2012 on Monday July 2nd. Information here.
- Learning design - a CoCo-CHAI-LATTE seminar by Professor James Dalziel - June 27th (recording available here).
- The design and assessment of 21st-century learning eEnvironments by Assistant Professor Erica Rosenfeld Halverson and Professor Richard Halverson - June 20th (recording available here.)
- Concept mapping by Dr Beat Schwendimann - June 13th (recording available here).
- Combined CoCo-CHAI-Latte seminar by Professor Yannis Dimitriadis - 30th May (recording available here). A framework for sustainable mobile learning in schools - Associate Professor Wan Ng - May 23rd (recording available here).
- Literacy in the wild: tracing adolescent literacy practices in online affinity spaces - Jen Scott Curwood, PhD - 16th May (recording available here - please note, the audio is low).
- Promoting innovation in online adult learners - Dr Begoña Gros - 15th May (recording available)
- The impact of task design, exploration strategy, and instructional support on discovery learning outcomes, Associate Professor Barney Dalgarno - 9th May
- Teaching computer programming to the masses, presented by Associate Professor and ARC Australian Research Fellow, James Curran - April 18th (recording available)
- Panel on the future of networked learning - Peter Goodyear joined Etienne Wenger at a plenary panel at the 2012 Conference on Networked Learning - 1-4 April 2012
- Computational Scientific Inquiry - an IISME seminar presented by Professor Michael Jacobson and Dr Charlotte Taylor - 28 March 2012
- Modelling of long-term intended learning - a CoCo-CHAI-LATTE joint seminar with Tim Lever - 28th March 2012
- Let's just keep doing what we've always done - Mark Liddell - 21 Mar 2012 - (recording available)
- Learning, teaching and epistemic fluency - Dr Lina Markauskaite - 14 March 2012
- Multimediators models of learning (Seminar with Prof James A Levin, UCSanDiego) - 25 Jan 2012
- Exploring and creating agent-based models with NetLogo (Workshop with Uri Wilenski, in association with IISME) - 6 December 2011
- Learning, systems, science and schools (Sharona Levy and Uri Wilenski, in association with IISME) - 7 December 2011
- 2 half sessions with Karen Scott and Carlos Alario - 16 November 2011
- 2 half sessions with Martin Parisio and Melinda Lewis - 23 November 2011
- Learning Technology Research Fest 2011 - 3 November 2011
- A situated cognition approach to creativity - 26 October 2011
- Creating and implementing design for pedagogy patterns - 19 October 2011
- CALL evaluation: user experience and cognitive artifacts - 12 October 2011
- A social realist approach to e-learning design - 21 September 2011
- Task design: issues and beliefs of students and teachers in collaborative setting - 7 September 2011
- An exploration of Australian academics' perspectives on learning through inquiry - 31 Aug 2011
- Preservice teachers' epistemology of science - 10 Aug 2011
- A sociocultural approach to motivation: a long time coming but here at last by Associate Professor Richard Walker - 17 Aug 2011
- Innovation in learning science - 27 July 2011
- Life on an island: a simulated population for learning statistical reasoning - 28 June 2011
- Measuring and making sense of processes of CSCL: looking inside the blackbox of learning - 15 June 2011
- Engaging students in collaborative writing: lessons learned regarding pedagogy and technology - 8 June 2011
- Human motor skills and instructional animation - 25 May 2011
- Using Google Scholar to estimate the impact of journal articles - 24 May 2011
- ICT-mediated practice and constructivist practices: do we still want this dream for teachers? - 11 May 2011
- Learning-driven technology: imagining the future - 13 April 2011
- Digital experiences leadership forum - 24 March 2011
- Digital knowledge and digital research]] - 14 March 2011
- Learning, technology and design - the Laureate Fellowship - 9 March 2011
- Advanced technology and curriculum design - 1 December 2010
- Seminar - Productive failure in mathematical problem solving - 18 November 2010
- Guest seminar: rethinking the digital natives - 10 November 2010
- Learning Technology Research Fest 2010 - 4 November 2010
- Blended learning across cultures - 20 October 2010
- Seminar: learning to write in collaboration - 13 October 2010
- Learning about complex systems - 29 September 2010
- Mobile learning, experiential learning, and productive failure - 4 August 2010
- Seminar - jewels in the curriculum - 5 July 2010
- Seminar - Marcia Linn of Berkeley on visualising science - 26 May 2010
- Seminar - emotion and learning technologies - 19 May 2010
- Learning to teach online - 5 May 2010
- Seminar - psychology and technology-enhanced learning - 15 April 2010
- The Net generation at university: facts vs fiction - 31 March 2010
Slides available for download.
- International speaker on science and mathematics learning - 29 March 2010
- Seminar - Professor Peter Reimann on ICT support for classroom assessment - 10 March 2010