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34th Annual Research Forum: A Climate of change: Research-informed education for the future
University of Notre Dame, 1.00 pm to 6.00 pm, Saturday 3 August 2019

Forum 2019 Program

Presentations on Saturday 3 August 2019
[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 2019. 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.

1.00-2.00
Plenary
session
Opening: WAIER President, A/Prof Eva Dobozy
Keynote address: Professor Mindy Blaise: Becoming-with Merri Merri: Experimental multispecies storytelling as an ethical practice [Abstract]
Room 101
TimeSession presentersTitleRoom
2.10-2.35
Parallel 1
Jennifer Featch, Laura Perry & Susan LedgerThe benefits and disadvantages of elite education: Was it worth it?Room 201
Alison Hilton"It hurt my heart and my wallet": Student experiences of undertaking LANTITERoom 202
Round table presentations: Susan Beltman - Teacher resilience: Whose responsibility?;
Fiona Boylan - What is mindset and why does it matter?;
Pauline Roberts - The science of sustainability in early childhood: Engaging now for an informed future
Computer Lab 203
Madeleine Dobson & Jenny JayInstagram. Navigating process and intention in a parent's representation of family lifeRoom 301
Rebecca Saunders, Lee Lenyk & Emma BoyneUnderstanding participants' journeys of meditative change - implications for course designRoom 302
2.35-3.00
Parallel 2
Brad GobbyCommunity empowerment or business as usual? Independent Public Schools and school boardsRoom 201
Liz O'SullivanInitial teacher education studentsRoom 202
Round table presentations (continued): Susan Beltman - Teacher resilience: Whose responsibility?;
Fiona Boylan - What is mindset and why does it matter?;
Pauline Roberts - The science of sustainability in early childhood: Engaging now for an informed future
Computer Lab 203
Samantha Owen & Sharon DaviesDeveloping digital literacies and introducing digital technologies in Montessori early childhood educationRoom 301
Christine RobinsonAccidently spiritualRoom 302
3.00-3.25
Parallel 3
Nina Rovis-HermannHow are upper secondary students navigating the meritocratic identity market underpinning public schoolingRoom 201
Lucie McCroryPerceptions of Year 12 Catholic school students towards teaching as a career choiceRoom 202
John O'Rourke, Christina Holly & Christopher KuehCo-designing a digital communication tool to support secondary students with autismRoom 301
Antonella PonciniPerceptions of large-scale, testing in religious education: The Bishops' Religious Literacy Assessment?Room 302
3.25-3.50Coffee break
3.50-4.15
Parallel 4
Olivia JohnstonConsidering student voices about their teacher expectations: Insights and interrogationsRoom 201
Amelia RuscoeFocus 19 - Issues of urgency in Western Australia: A discourse analysisRoom 202
Susan Ledger, Sandi Fielder & Liz O'SullivanLesson plans: Tools for demonstrating effective teachingComputer Lab 203
Elaine LewisLittle Green Steps WA: Longitudinal case study of outcomes in education for sustainability in the early yearsRoom 301
Jelena Rakovic, Tom O'Donoghue & Simon ClarkeLeaders and leadership in Serbian primary schools: Perspectives across two worldsRoom 302
4.15-4.40
Parallel 5
Kirsten HancockWhat happened to student absences when the transition year to secondary school was lowered from Y 8 to Y 7?Room 201
Kimberley BeasleyBotanical literacies in early childhoodRoom 202
Beverley Webster & Melanie BrownActionable feedback improving student learningComputer Lab 203
Jane MerewetherEducation and climate change: Matters of careRoom 301
Ben NilssonEnglish teachers and the Asia Literacy priority: Is it really a priority?Room 302
4.40-5.05
Parallel 6
Evalena Lowe, Paul Rycroft, Duncan Picknoll & Paola ChiversTeacher-directed violence by students in WA: An exploratory studyRoom 201
Madeleine Dobson & Jenny Jay"Pretty little squares": An exploration and critique of the picturesque representation of children on InstagramRoom 202
Henny Nastiti & Jeremy PagramComparative pairs judgements method: Design and Visual ArtsComputer Lab 203
Katherine Gaschk & Catherine BaudainsA climate for change? Challenges for household waste separationRoom 301
Michael Down, B. Piggott & D. PicknolBenefits of extended outdoor adventure education programs for adolescent well-being in WARoom 302
5.10-6.00Sundowner: [Postgraduate Awards] and [Early Career Award]


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