Past workshops 2015

Doctoral Studies Workshops – 2015 Archive

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Below are seminars/workshops/colloquia planned within the Sydney School of Education and Social Work for students enrolled in a PhD, EdD, DSW, MPhil or MEd(Research).


March


April

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Wed 8

CoCo & STL

A multimodal method for analysing complex learning environments

Speakers: Dr Kate Thompson and Pippa Yeoman
Contact: Sadhbh Warren
Email: coco@sydney.edu.au

10.45am–12.30pm

Wed 15

CoCo & STL

Epistemic challenges in inquiry science

Speaker: Dr David Ashe
Contact: Sadhbh Warren
Email: coco@sydney.edu.au

10.45am–12.30pm

Wed 22

CoCo & STL

Implementing mobile learning in schools

Speaker: Associate Professor Dr Boris Handal
Contact: Sadhbh Warren
Email: coco@sydney.edu.au

10.45am–12.30pm

Wed 29

CoCo & STL

Using multiple surfaces for collaborative learning and design for learning

Speaker: Dr Roberto Martinez-Maldonado
Contact: Sadhbh Warren
Email: coco@sydney.edu.au

10.45am–12.30pm


May

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Wed 6

CoCo & STL

Analysing online and place-based spaces for networked learning

Speaker: Dr Lucila Carvalho
Contact: Sadhbh Warren
Email: coco@sydney.edu.au

10.45am–12.30pm

Wed 13

CoCo & STL

Design for learning: communities and flexible design processes

Speaker: Associate Professor Davinia Hernández-Leo
Contact: Sadhbh Warren
Email: coco@sydney.edu.au

10.45am–12.30pm

Wed 20

CoCo & STL

Modelling complex learning spaces

Speakers: Associate Professor Rob Ellis and Professor Peter Goodyear
Contact: Sadhbh Warren
Email: coco@sydney.edu.au

10.45am–12.30pm

Tue 26,
Tue 2 June
&
Tue 9 June

Office of Doctoral Studies

Introduction to computer-assisted text analysis – handling data with NVivo (Group 1)
Facilitator: Dr Lina Markauskaite  

10am–2pm

Wed 27

CoCo & STL

Building better universities

Speaker: Dr Jos Boys
Contact: Sadhbh Warren
Email: coco@sydney.edu.au

10.45am–12.30pm

Thu 28,
Thu 4 June
&
Tue 9 June

Office of Doctoral Studies

Introduction to computer-assisted text analysis – handling data with NVivo (Group 2)
Facilitator: Dr Lina Markauskaite  

2.30–6.30pm

Fri 29,
Fri 5 June
&
Wed 10 June

Office of Doctoral Studies

Introduction to computer-assisted text analysis – handling data with NVivo (Group 3)
Facilitator: Dr Lina Markauskaite  

1.30–5.30pm


June

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Wed 3

CoCo & STL

Assessment driving the learning ... technology supporting the process

Speaker: Professor Bob Fox
Contact: Sadhbh Warren
Email: coco@sydney.edu.au

10.45am–12.30pm

Fri 5

ACERN

Drama-based pedagogy

Speaker: Assistant Professor Katie Dawson

2-4pm

Wed 10

CoCo & STL

Exploring the ups and downs of student mathematical engagement

Speaker: Associate Professor Janette Bobis
Contact: Sadhbh Warren
Email: coco@sydney.edu.au

10.45am–12.30pm

Thu 11

Office of Doctoral Studies

Advanced techniques of computer-assisted data analysis: exploring qualitative data with NVivo (Group 1)
Facilitator: Dr Lina Markauskaite  

10am–2pm

Office of Doctoral Studies

Advanced techniques of computer-assisted data analysis: exploring qualitative data with NVivo (Group 2)
Facilitator: Dr Lina Markauskaite  

2.30–6.30pm

Office of Doctoral Studies

Research Students Forum (webpage and registration)
Keynote speaker: Associate Professor Margot Rawsthorne, Sydney School of Education and Social Work, University of Sydney

4–7pm

Wed 17

CoCo & STL

Developing student teachers’ digital competence in Norwegian teacher education – finding meaningful ways of teaching ESL with ICT

Speaker: Fredrik Mørk Røkenes
Contact: Sadhbh Warren
Email: coco@sydney.edu.au

10.45am–12.30pm

Wed 24

CoCo & STL

Leading and managing a new vision for higher-education learning – linking curriculum, technologies and learning spaces

Speaker: Professor Shirley Alexander
Contact: Sadhbh Warren
Email: coco@sydney.edu.au

10.45am–12.30pm


August


September


October

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Tue 6

Office of Doctoral Studies

Qualitative and quantitative research methods –
Questionnaire construction and analysis
(PART 3 of 4) ... introduction to SPSS and basic statistics
WORKSHOP IS FULL

Speaker: Dr Aek Phakiti
Email: edsw.rslo@sydney.edu.au

4–6pm

Tue 13

Office of Doctoral Studies

Qualitative and quantitative research methods –
Questionnaire construction and analysis
(PART 4 of 4) ... introduction to inferential statistics for questionnaire data
WORKSHOP IS FULL

Speaker: Dr Aek Phakiti
Email: edsw.rslo@sydney.edu.au

4–6pm

Thu 15

Office of Doctoral Studies

The research higher degree and beyond –
Conducting good peer reviews

Speaker: Dr Nicole Mockler
Email: edsw.rslo@sydney.edu.au

2–3.30pm

Thu 15

Office of Doctoral Studies

Working with theory in social research –
Working with sociocultural theory

Speakers: Associate Professor Richard Walker, Dr Erica Sainsbury and Dr Kimberley Pressick-Kilborn
Email: edsw.rslo@sydney.edu.au

4–6pm

Thu 15

Office of Doctoral Studies

The research higher degree and beyond –
Conducting good peer reviews

Speaker: Dr Nicole Mockler
Email: edsw.rslo@sydney.edu.au

2–3.30pm

Wed 21

CoCo

There are still problems with problem-based learning – recent innovations and new directions

Speaker: Alisha Portolese

11am–12.30pm

Thu 22

Office of Doctoral Studies

Working with theory in social research –
Working with Bourdieu

Speaker: Dr Scott Eacott
Email: edsw.rslo@sydney.edu.au

4–6pm

Tue 27,
Fri 30
&
Mon 2 Nov

Office of Doctoral Studies

Introduction to computer-assisted text analysis – handling data with NVivo (Group 1)

Facilitator: Dr Lina Markauskaite

9.30am–1.30pm

Tue 27,
Thu 29
&
Mon 2 Nov

Office of Doctoral Studies

Introduction to computer-assisted text analysis – handling data with NVivo (Group 2)

Facilitator: Dr Lina Markauskaite

2–6pm

Wed 28

CoCo

Getting interested

Speaker: Dr Luke Fryer

11am–12.30pm

Thu 29

Office of Doctoral Studies

Research Students Forum

Keynote speaker: Professor Diane Mayer
Contact: edsw.rslo@sydney.edu.au

4–7pm


November


December

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Tue 1

School and Teacher Education Policy

and

Comparative and International Education research networks

Why are teachers on the global policy agenda?

Guest speaker: Tore Bernt Sørensen, Graduate School of Education at the University of Bristol
RSVP: nicole.mockler@sydney.edu.au

11am–1pm


Enquiries

Unless otherwise specified, email the Research Student Liaison Officer for all workshop enquiries.