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33rd Annual Research Forum: Truth: Educational research in the era of alt truths
University of Notre Dame, 1.00 pm to 6.00 pm, Saturday 4 August 2018

Forum 2018 Program

Presentations on Saturday 4 August 2018
[Forum Invitation] [Abstracts]
The Forum activities are in The University of Notre Dame Australia's education building, the Tannock Hall of Education, corner of Cliff and Croke Streets, Fremantle. Consult your street directory for parking locations, or for public transport, note the close proximity to Fremantle Railway Station. For campus maps see [Fremantle Campus location] and select [PDF Map Fremantle].

The program given below is a draft subject to change. We estimate that the allocations of times for presenters will be finalised by about midday 29 July 2018. If you have a pressing need for a particular timing for your presentation, please advise by email to c.mcbeath@bigpond.com before end 28 July.

1.00-2.10
Plenary
session
Opening: WAIER President, A/Prof Susan Beltman
A word from our major sponsor: Teachers Mutual Bank
Keynote address: Dr Brad Gobby: Politics, education and researcher 'response ability' [Abstract]
Room 101
TimeSession presentersTitleRoom
2.15-2.40
Parallel 1
Amie FabryInconsistency in the early years: Diverse perspectives of pedagogical practicesRoom 201
Anisah DicksonLetting go of the Middle Years Program: School rationales for discontinuing the BaccalaureateRoom 202
Hiroshi HasegawaInvestigation of how Japanese teachers manage conflicting demands from universitiesComputer Lab 203
Jyoti Keshwani (Joy)Nomadic subjectivity, identity and agency: An ethnographic study of veiled Muslim women in WARoom 301
Chiu Wai Chow & E. ChapmanConstruct validation of the Motivated Strategies for Learning questionnaire in a Singapore high school sampleRoom 302
2.40-3.05
Parallel 2
Madeleine Dobson & Susan BeltmanResilience and wellbeing of educators in Early Learning and Care centresRoom 201
Greg WatkinsonThe effects of school choices on the Western Australian school systemRoom 202
Donna BarwoodUnderstanding and challenging the dominant discourse in HPE at Edith Cowan UniversityComputer Lab 203
Nina Rovis-HermannWho I am and who I can become: Applying a critical lens to schooling and identityRoom 301
Fiona Tan, P. Whipp, M.Gagné & N. Van QuaquebekeEnhancing students' metacognition through teachers' two-way interactionRoom 302
3.05-3.30
Parallel 3
Jane MerewetherListening with young children: Enchanted animism of trees, rocks, clouds (and other things)Room 201
Kirsten HancockAssociations between school absence and academic achievement: Do socioeconomics matter?Room 202
Andrew JonesInvestigating the 'integration of theory and practice' in examination Physical EducationComputer Lab 203
Craig ButlerA soldier's journey: An arts-based exploration of identityRoom 301
Ross MackenzieA failure of 'grammasive'proportions: How my hypothesis became an 'hypothesisn't' Room 302
3.30-3.55Coffee break
3.55-4.20
Parallel 4
Madeleine Dobson & Jenny Jay#childhood: Exploring the representation of children and childhood on InstagramRoom 201
Emily Poulton & Susan BeltmanResilience and emotions: Teacher strategies for managing heightened emotionsRoom 202
James O'NeillTeachers' perceptions of effective secondary mathematics teaching through the lens of the 'actions'Computer Lab 203
Susan MainAmeliorating reading difficulties in secondary studentsRoom 301
Sian ChapmanCriticality in Arts Education: Developing connoisseurship in the era of PinterestRoom 302
4.20-4.45
Parallel 5
Amelia Ruscoe"This is how we learn": Children's perspectives of childhood and learningRoom 201
Theresa Jeewa & Susan BeltmanDoctoral students and resilience: A beginningRoom 202
Keryn Sturrock, A. Woods-McConney & D. Pino-PasternakScience inquiry pedagogy in upper primary and lower secondaryComputer Lab 203
Liam Lynch & Jane LombardThe 'Trump effect' on intercultural learningRoom 301
Samantha OwenShared history/ies but divided memory/ies? Frameworks for teaching and approaching contested historiesRoom 302
4.45-5.10
Parallel 6
Pauline RobertsWhose voices are missing: The impact of the politicking of early childhood STEMRoom 201
Katherine Gaschk & Elaine LewisCommunity education: Challenges and triumphs!Computer Lab 203
Eva DobozyThe power of education research in the 'Truthiness'/post-truth eraRoom 301
Diana van StraalenThe degree to which English teachers can successfully 'differentiate' their teaching practiceRoom 302
5.10-6.00Sundowner: [Postgraduate Awards] and [Early Career Award]


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