Past workshops 2013

Doctoral Studies Workshops – 2013 Archive

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Below are seminars/workshops/colloquia that were offered in 2013 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).

April

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Tue 9

 

Literacy workshop: Current topics in teaching and learning (pdf, 1.2MB)
To express interest, email Dr Jen Scott Curwood

3.30–5.30pm

Wed 10

Social Policy Research Network

Backlash for social equality? A sibling analysis of the Knowledge Promotion Reform in Norwegian schools
Speaker: Dr Jon Ivar Elstad
RSVP: email Professor Gabrielle Meagher

1–2pm

Tue 16

 

Workshop: Interaction analysis – rethinking educational talk (pdf, 960kB)
To express interest, email Dr Kelly Freebody

1–3pm

Tue 16

Alumni and Friends

Seminar: Narrative inquiry – the arts and learning
Presenter: Professor Mary Beattie, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
Register online or contact Helen Loughlin

4–6pm

Wed 17

CoCo

Seminar: Interactive tabletops for learning – can they help teachers support face-to-face collaboration?
Speaker: Roberto Martinez-Maldonado, PhD candidate
Contact: Sadhbh Warren       Email: coco@sydney.edu.au

11am–12.30pm

Tue 23

 

Literacy workshop: Current topics in teaching and learning (pdf, 1.2MB)
To express interest, email Dr Jen Scott Curwood

3.30–5.30pm

Wed 24

CoCo

Seminar: The digital-education revolution – initial data analysis of teacher and student reported use of laptops in Year 10 science
Presenter: Simon Crook, senior eLearning adviser, Catholic Education Office, Sydney
Contact: Sadhbh Warren       Email: coco@sydney.edu.au

11am–12.30pm

Tue 30

 

Workshop: Interaction analysis – rethinking educational talk (pdf, 960kB)
To express interest, email Dr Kelly Freebody

1–3pm


May

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Tue 7

 

Literacy workshop: Current topics in teaching and learning (pdf, 1.2MB)
To express interest, email Dr Jen Scott Curwood

3.30–5.30pm

Wed 8

CoCo

Seminar: The five cognitive strategies of design thinking and their (potential) contributions to learning by design
Presenter: Professor Andy Dong
Contact: Sadhbh Warren       Email: coco@sydney.edu.au

11am–12.30pm

Tue 14

 

Workshop: Interaction analysis – rethinking educational talk (pdf, 960kB)
To express interest, email Dr Kelly Freebody

1–3pm

Tue 21

 

Literacy workshop: Current topics in teaching and learning (pdf, 1.2MB)
To express interest, email Dr Jen Scott Curwood

3.30–5.30pm

Wed 22

CoCo

Seminar: Empowering preservice teachers' problem-solving using adaptive scaffolding within a systems dynamic learning environment
Presenter: Dr Chwee Beng Lee
Contact: Sadhbh Warren       Email: coco@sydney.edu.au

11am–12.30pm

Tue 28

 

Workshop: Interaction analysis – rethinking educational talk (pdf, 960kB)
To express interest, email Dr Kelly Freebody

1–3pm

Wed 29

CoCo

Seminar: The Engagement, Learning and Technology Nexus
Presenter: Dr Jennifer Way
Contact: Sadhbh Warren       Email: coco@sydney.edu.au

11am–12.30pm


June

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Tue 4,
Thu 6 &
Fri 7

Office of Doctoral Studies

Introduction to computer-assisted text analysis – handling data with NVivo (daytime sessions)
Instructor: Dr Lina Markauskaite

9.30am–12.30pm

Tue 4

 

Literacy workshop: Current topics in teaching and learning (pdf, 1.2MB)
To express interest, email Dr Jen Scott Curwood

3.30–5.30pm

Tue 4,
Thu 6 &
Tue 11

Office of Doctoral Studies

Introduction to computer-assisted text analysis – handling data with NVivo (evening sessions)
Instructor: Dr Lina Markauskaite

5–8pm

Tue 11

Office of Doctoral Studies

Follow-up handling data with NVivo session – exploring qualitative data
Instructor: Dr Lina Markauskaite

9.30am–1.30pm

Tue 11

 

Workshop: Interaction analysis – rethinking educational talk (pdf, 960kB)
To express interest, email Dr Kelly Freebody

1–3pm

Wed 12

CoCo

Seminar: Theory and Metatheory in Developmental Science
Presenters:  Dr Minkang Kim and Dr Derek Sankey
Contact: Sadhbh Warren       Email: coco@sydney.edu.au

11am–12.30pm

Thu 13

Office of Doctoral Studies

Research Students Forum

3.30–7pm

Wed 19 

CoCo

It was a successful troll – an examination of the grammar of trolling
Presenter: Shannon Kennedy-Clark, senior lecturer, Australian Catholic University
Contact: Sadhbh Warren       Email: coco@sydney.edu.au

11am–12.30pm



August


September


October

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Thu 3

CoCo

Seminar: Developing autonomy and self-efficacy
with technology

Speakers: Associate Professor Rafael A Calvo
and Dorian Peters
Contact: Patricia Thiabaut Paez

11am–
12.30pm

Thu 3

Office of Doctoral Studies

Foundations for social research –
Interactional analysis

Speaker: Dr Kelly Freebody

4–5pm

Tue 8

 

Public lecture: De-inventing Ireland – creating a new republic through theatre and education
Speaker: Dr Michael Finneran, University of Limerick

4.30–6pm

Fri 11

CoCo

Seminar: Messing with digital literacies – textual practices in the new media digital landscape
Speaker: Professor Mary Hamilton
Contact: Patricia Thiabaut Paez

11am–
12.30pm

Thu 3

Office of Doctoral Studies

Foundations for social research –
Phenomenology

Speaker: Honorary Associate Professor
David Smith

4–5pm

Thu 17

Office of Doctoral Studies

Foundations for social research –
Approaches to discourse analysis: working with speech act theory ... a study of referees’ comments on submissions to peer-reviewed journals

Speaker: Professor Brian Paltridge

4–5pm

Thu 17

 

Honorary in Action book launch: Community Development in an Uncertain World: vision, analysis and practice by Jim Ife, and Power, People, Participation: living community development
by Mary Lane
RSVP: mary.lane@sydney.edu.au

5.30–7pm

Wed 30

 

Nadia Wheatley and Caroline Jones AO –
in conversation

RSVP: helen.loughlin@sydney.edu.au

6–7pm

Thu 31

Office of Doctoral Studies

Careers Centre Workshop: Career planning and development for research students
Speaker: Karen Cavanaugh,
career development manager
RSVP: anastasia.stravopodis@sydney.edu.au

3–4pm

Thu 31

Office of Doctoral Studies

Research Students Forum
Keynote speaker: Professor Andrew Martin

4–7pm


November


December

WORKSHOPS, SEMINARS, LECTURES AND COLLOQUIA

Mon 9

Office of Doctoral Studies &
Office of Research

Workshop: Arts-informed research workshop
Speaker: Professor Ardra Cole
RSVP: email Camilla Pilgrim

2.30–4.30pm