Chief Investigator keynote presentations at national and international conferences
13 Mar 2017
- Professor Lyn Yates is one of the keynote speakers at the 3rd European Conference on Curriculum Studies to be held at Stirling, UK on 16 and 17 June 2017.
- Professor Wayne Sawyer will give a keynote presentation at the AATE/ALEA National Conference in Hobart, Australia from 6-9 July 2017.
- Associate Professor Larissa McLean Davies will present the keynote at the English Teachers Association of Queensland Inc. Annual State Conference in Brisbane on 19 August 2017.
Lead Chief Investigator Larissa McLean Davies in the media
11 Mar 2017
Associate Professor Larissa McLean Davies joined Geraldine Doogue to discuss testing, teaching and what works in education on Radio National’s Saturday Extra on Saturday 11 March 2017.
Associate Professor McLean Davies also spoke with SYN 90.7FM about what the overhauls of the HSC English curriculum means for students.
Call for early career teachers
12 Jan 2017
Are you an early career English teacher? Are you interested in sharing your views about teaching English? We are seeking English teachers in their first four years of teaching to take part in interviews for the Investigating Literary Knowledge in the Making of English Teachers project.
To get involved in interviews for the project please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Investigating Literary Knowledge in the Making of English Teachers project launch
02 Dec 2016
The official launch of the Investigating Literary Knowledge in the Making of English Teachers project was held on Friday 2 December 2016. Thank you to all who attended the event and participated in the discussions about English teaching and the role of literature in subject English.
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Lead Chief Investigator of the Literary Knowledge project Associate Professor Larissa McLean Davies speaks with 3AW about Bob Dylan being awarded the Nobel Prize for literature, and what constitutes literature.
As the literary landscape evolves, so does how the subject is taught in schools. How are our new teachers coping with the challenge? Associate Professor Larissa McLean Davies and Professor Philip Mead discuss the ‘Investigating Literary Knowledge in the Making of English Teachers’ project.