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The Australian Vocational Education And Training Research Association ( AVETRA), the VET Development Centre and the Victorian TAFE Association are pleased to announce an exciting, new VET Practitioner Research Conference to be held in April 2018. The Inaugural VET Practitioner Research Conference, to be held at the VET Development Centre
The Great Learning Environments Debate– Future schools should be built for the purpose of ‘learning’ rather than ‘teaching’.
Join Learning Environments Australasia - Victoria Chapter for our inaugural debate - future schools should be built for the purpose of ‘learning’ rather than ‘teaching’. The evening will be hosted by Maxine McKew and features Dr Scott Alterator (La Trobe University), Marc Blanks (Executive Director of the Banyule Nillumbik and
Student pathways and work-related learning: Tackling the transition from education to work
Dr Eva KyndtDr Eva Kyndt is an assistant professor (tenure track) at the Research unit for Occupational & Organisational Psychology, and Professional Learning (KU Leuven - University of Leuven, Belgium). Her research focuses on (informal) workplace learning, transfer of training, social networks in organisations, and the transition from education to work. She has published over 55 international articles in leading education and occupational psychology journals and is currently coordinating the special interest group ‘learning and professional development’ of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI).
Making. Indigenous. Borders
Book Launch and Colloquium for The Making of Indigeneity, Curriculum History, And The Limits of Diversity, by Ligia (Licho) López López. In the Making of Indigeneity, López interrogates how what is “indigenous,” as a category of diversity, emerged, has been made, re-made, and is taken up to fund discourses of
Master of Teaching (Secondary) Internship Information Session
This event is your opportunity to find out more about our Master of Teaching (Secondary) Internship. Course Coordinator Dr Merryn Dawborn-Gundlach will guide you through our program that lets you earn a world class Master of Teaching qualification while you are paid to teach in a Victorian secondary school. We’ll
Youth, Youthfulness and Value in the Immaterial Economy
David FarrugiaDavid Farrugia is Senior Lecturer and DECRA Fellow at the University of Newcastle. His current work focuses on youth, labour and employment in regions of high unemployment, with a focus on the practices, ethics and affects that contribute to the formation of young people as labouring subjects.
Developing technology-enhanced learning environments. Where does teacher training stand?
Guest lecture by A/Prof. Neuza Pedro, Professor in Education and Teacher Training, Institute of Education-University of Lisbon- Portugal. An increasing number of ‘Future classrooms’ have been built in many European countries. These spaces are described as innovative learning environments where combining digital technologies and active pedagogies aim to increase the
Melbourne Accelerator Program Accelerator Launch
The MAP Accelerator Launch will provide your first chance to hear from the 10 successful startups who’ve been selected for MAP’s 2018 Startup Accelerator Program . The event will include attendees from across the entrepreneurial eco-system, including entrepreneurs, corporate leaders, venture capitalists, and various other industries, who will have the
2018 Awards Evening
This annual event is a highlight of the Graduate School’s calendar and a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the achievements of our students, graduates, and staff.
A trans disciplinary, research symposium focusing on innovative learning environments in schools and higher education. Transitions 2017 opened the door to an international conversation about realizing the potential of innovative learning spaces. TRANSITIONS 18 will explore: What are teachers doing (well) when transitioning from traditional classrooms to innovative learning environments?
World Curriculum Studies Conference
This conference is auspiced by the International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (IAACS), and co-hosted with the Australian Curriculum Studies Association (ACSA) and the Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE). Held over 3 days, the conference includes an early career researcher workshop, symposia, individual papers and feature
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