Past workshops 2012

Doctoral Studies Workshops – 2012 Archive

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Below are seminars/workshops/colloquia that were offered in 2012 by the Faculty of Education and Social Work for our higher-degree-research students (HRDSs): students enrolled in a PhD, EdD, DSW, MPhil or MEd(Research).

January

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Wed 25

CoCo

Seminar: Multi-mediators models of learning
Speaker: Professor James A Levin,
University of California, San Diego, US

11am–
12.30pm



March

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Tue 6

Office of Doctoral Studies

Induction program: walking tour of A35 & A36
Coordinator: Suin Jung

10–11am

Thu 8

Office of Doctoral Studies

Induction program: walking tour of A35 & A36cancelled
Coordinator: Suin Jung

5–6pm

Thu 8

Office of Doctoral Studies

First workshop for:
Writing for publication workshop series
Coordinator: Professor Brian Paltridge

5–7pm

Thu 8

Office of Doctoral Studies

First workshop for:
Thesis and dissertation writing workshop series
Coordinator: Dr Lindy Woodrow

5–7pm

Wed 14

CoCo

Seminar: Learning, teaching and epistemic fluency
Presenter: Dr Lina Markauskaite

10.45am–12.30pm

Thu 15

Office of Research

Education Heresies Colloquium #5:
Are markets good for education?
Presenter: Professor Raewyn Connell

5–6.30pm

Fri 16

Office of Doctoral Studies

Induction seminar 1: Being a research student at the Faculty of Education and Social Work
Chair: Professor Gabrielle Meagher

4–5.30pm

Wed 21

CoCo

Seminar: Let's just keep doing what we've
always done...

Presenter: Mark Liddle, Northern Beaches Christian School (NBCS) and Sydney Centre for
Innovation in Learning

11am–
12.30pm

Fri 23

Office of Doctoral Studies

Induction seminar 2: Panel discussion – managing your student-supervisor relations
Chair: Associate Professor Sue Goodwin

4–5.30pm

Wed 28

CoCo, CHAI and LATTE

Seminar: Modelling of long-term intended learning in university curricula and the potential role of computer systems in improving the quality of university curriculum information
Speaker: several, including Dr Tim Lever, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies

11am–noon

Thu 29

Office of Research

Education Heresies Colloquium #6:
Does the new doxa of integrationism make multicultural education a contemporary heresy?
Presenter: Professor Georgina Tsolidis,
University of Ballarat
Discussant: Dr Megan Watkins,
University of Western Sydney

5–6.30pm

April

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Thu 12

Arts, English and Literacy Education Research Network

AELE Colloquia Program 2012 (pdf, 2.5MB):
Research in Education and the Arts – methodologies
Panelists: Professor Robyn Ewing, Associate Professor Michael Anderson, Dr Robyn Gibson,
Dr Jen Scott Curwood

3–5pm


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