Events calendar for HDRS 2018

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).

February

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS and COLLOQUIA

Thu 15 & Fri 16

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Indigenous Research Collaboration Annual Research Forum

Keynote Speaker: Professor Emerita Raewyn Connell

RSVP: Email cathie.burgess@sydney.edu.au

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Fri 16

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Critical theory, Education and Social Work reading group #8

We welcome you to join us for a discussion of Linda Tuhiwai-Smith's landmark work "Decolonizing Methodologies", chapter 1 - "Imperialism, History, Writing and Theory".

RSVP: No need to RSVP, just come on the day

10-11am

Tue 27

CRLI

Collaborative re-design with Dr Pam Woolner

Speaker: Dr Pam Woolner, Senior Lecturer in Education at Newcastle University, United Kingdom

RSVP: No need to RSVP, just come on the day

2-3pm

Wed 28

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Dis/Storying the Growing huMan

Presenter: Antonios Ktenidis, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

RSVP: No need to RSVP

Queries: Email ilektra.spandagou@sydney.edu.au

2-3.30pm

March

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS and COLLOQUIA

Fri 2

SSSHARC

HDR masterclass: The tedium is the message

Presenter: Professor Michael E. Gardiner, University of Western Ontario

RSVP: RSVP by completing the online form

10am-12pm

Fri 2

CRLI

Towards institutional adoption of learning analytics

Speaker: Dr Yi-Shan Tsai, Edinburgh University

This is a brown bag seminar, attendees are welcome to bring their lunch.

RSVP: No need to RSVP, just come on the day

12-1pm

Mon 5

SSSHARC

Lecture: Not your father’s boredom: ennui in the age of “Generation Meh”

Presenter: Professor Michael E. Gardiner, University of Western Ontario

RSVP: RSVP by completing the online form

5.30-6.30pm

Thu 8

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Violence and Social Change Symposium

Presenter: Dr Victoria Rawlings

RSVP: RSVP online

9am-5pm

Thu 15

CRLI

An “on request” methodology seminar for higher degree research students working on extended thesis research proposals

Speaker: Associate Professor Lina Markauskaite

RSVP: To register your interest, email sadhbh.warren@sydney.edu.au

1.30-3.30pm

Fri 16

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Critical theory, Education and Social Work reading group #10

We will be chatting about the landmark essay "I still Call Australia Home" by Aileen Moreton-Robinson, Distinguished Professor of Indigenous Studies at QUT. Click here to read the essay.

RSVP: No need to RSVP, just come on the day

12.30-1.30pm

A35.438

Mon 19

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Orientation and Induction Day for new HDRS at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

RSVP: RSVP by completing the online form

9am-4pm

Tue 20

CRLI

Surveillance culture and its impact on student-teacher relationships in higher education

Speaker: Dr Jen Ross, Edinburgh University

Coffee is provided from 1.45pm. The seminar will commence at 2pm.

RSVP: No need to RSVP, just come on the day

1.45-3.30pm

Thu 22

CRLI

PhD masterclass: Critical approaches to digital education research

Speaker: Dr Jen Ross, Edinburgh University

RSVP: No need to RSVP, just come on the day

2pm

Fri 23

Office of Doctoral Studies

Induction Seminar for new HDRS at the Sydney School of Education and Social Work

Speakers: Dr Ilektra Spandagou and A/Prof Paul Ginns

RSVP: email the Research Liaison Support Officer

4-6pm

April

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS and COLLOQUIA

Tue 10

CRLI

Professional education and learning as embedded in evolving knowledge dynamics

Speaker: Professor Monika Nerland, University of Oslo

RSVP: No need to RSVP, just come on the day

1.45-3.30pm

Room 612, A35

Tue 17

CRLI

Toward research publications that answer right questions

Speaker: Professor Michael J Jacobson

RSVP: No need to RSVP, just come on the day

2-3.30pm

Room 612, A35

Fri 20

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Critical theory, Education and Social Work reading group #11

We will be reading "Big data as drama" by cultural theorist and onetime systems engineer Wendy Hui Kyong Chun. Please join us as we gather to discuss this paper and the issues surrounding big data (e.g. information, subjectivity, communication, meaning, etc.). The paper can be found here: https://muse.jhu.edu/article/621631/summary

RSVP: No need to RSVP, just come on the day

10-11am

Room 438, A35

Fri 27

ACERN

Cultivating quality professional learning partnerships: A Tasmanian visual art pedagogy and practice perspective

Speaker: Dr Abbey MacDonald, University of Tasmania

9.30-11.30am

Room 452, A35

Fri 27

Office of Doctoral Studies

Morning tea with graduating students and supervisors at the Sydney School of Education and Social Work

RSVP: email the Research Student Liaison Officer

10.30-11.30am

Room 612, A35

May

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS and COLLOQUIA

Tue 15

CRLI

Perezhivanie during the professional experience: the nexus between pre-service teachers’ emotional experience and cognitive development

Speaker: Dr Hongzhi Yang

RSVP: No need to RSVP, just come on the day

2-3.30pm

Room 612, A35

Thu 17

Faculty of Science

Promoting gender equity and Aboriginal participation in STEM

Speaker: Mrs Ashley Stewart, Head of Learning Area Mathematics, Newton Moore Senior High School, WA

RSVP: Click here to register online

1-2pm

LT 351, A35

June

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS and COLLOQUIA

July

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS and COLLOQUIA

Wed 4

CRLI

Sydney Learning and Innovation Research Fest

RSVP: RSVP online by 28 May

9.30am-4pm

August

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS and COLLOQUIA

September

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS and COLLOQUIA

October

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS and COLLOQUIA

November

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS and COLLOQUIA

December

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS and COLLOQUIA