Sydney School of Education and Social Work events – 2015 Archive

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Comparative and International Education (CoInEd) Research Network Annual Seminar 2015

BRIDGING MINDS

6 August 2015

All are welcome to join us and keynote speaker Professor Gita Steiner-Khamsi from Columbia University (pictured, right), for an afternoon of debates, discoveries and discussion. Presentations will highlight the diverse research being undertaken by CoInEd research network academics and higher-degree-research student members in the Sydney School of Education and Social Work. Conversations (and debates!) will continue at the Courtyard Café and Bar afterwards.

Seminar program

1.35–1.45pmCoInEd research network introduction and welcome

1.45–2.30pm

Dissemination of innovation
The role of networks in development work

KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Gita Steiner-Khamsi

Teachers College, Columbia University, United States

2.30–2.50pm

Bridging Minds
Patrician teachers and dirty midwives in colonial India, 1854–1928

Tim Allender
University of Sydney

2.50–3.10pm

Bridging Muslim Minds
Higher-education relations between South East Asia and the Middle East

Tony Welch
University of Sydney

3.10–3.30pm

Tertiary and career decision-making
A comparative study of females of Arabic background in Australia and the UAE

Nada Labib
University of Sydney

3.30–3.50pm

Comparative analysis of higher-education-quality-assurance policies for flexible, open, distance learning in the Oceania Region

Janet Bulumaris Rangou
University of Sydney

3.50–4.10pmAfternoon tea (provided)

4.10–4.30pm

Bridging Comparative Research Minds
Researchers in comparative and international education – experiences in Oceania

Alex McCormick
University of Sydney

4.30–4.50pm

Bridging Minds/Bridging Depressions in pathways to higher education

Suzanne Allen
University of Sydney

4.50–5.10pm

Bridging Global Minds
Global identities revisited

Nigel Bagnall
University of Sydney

5.10–5.30pmConcluding thoughts, thanks and looking forward … please join to continue discussions and for a drink at the Courtyard Café, Holme Building

Event details

  • When: 1.30–5.30pm

  • Where: Room 612, Education Building A35, Manning Rd, University of Sydney

  • Cost: Free

  • RSVP: RSVP by emailing Dr Alex McCormick.

  • Contact:

    Dr Alexandra McCormick

    Convenor, Comparative and International Education (CoInEd) research network

    Sydney School of Education and Social Work

  • More info: Download the program (pdf, 92kB)

  • Keynote speaker: Gita Steiner-Khamsi is Professor of Comparative and International Education, Department Chair, International and Transcultural Studies at Columbia University in the United States. For the first 10 years of her professional life, Professor Steiner-Khamsi worked on multicultural and antiracist education policies at the Ministry of Education in the Canton of Zurich in Switzerland. By virtue of comparing policies in different countries of immigration (UK, Canada, US), she became involved in comparative education methods and theories. Since then, her experience has evolved in three directions: comparative policy studies in education; theories and debates in international and comparative education; and comparative methodology.

Comparative and International Education (CoInEd) Research Network Annual Seminar 2015

Where Room 612, Education Building A35, Manning Rd, University of Sydney

When

6 August 2015


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