Western Australian Institute for Educational Research

14th Annual Research Forum
at University of Notre Dame, 19 Mouat Street, Fremantle

Forum 1999 Schedule

Presentations on Saturday 28 August. [ Abstracts ] [ Proceedings ]

12:30-1:00pmDay and Late Registration and collection of WAIER Forum materials
TimeSession code, presenters and titleRoom
1.00-1:30 pm
Session A
A.1Helen Wildy, John Wallace and Bill LoudenLevel 3 classoom teacher in practice: Teacher and principal perspectivesND
1/104
A.2Noreen RiordanThe importance of family for private girls' schools in Western Australia up to 1945ND
1/106
A.3Eva DobozyConstructivist and Montessori perspectives on autonomy and freedomND
1/201
A.4Angela McCarthyGetting serious about grounded theoryND
1/203
A.5Jennie Bickmore-Brand and Marjolien TowlerDeveloping a multimedia degree - tertiary course development from an industry perspectiveND
1/103
1:30-2:00 pm
Session B
B.1Helen WildyStatutes, lenses and crystals: Looking at qualitative researchND
1/104
B.2Elisabeth Nafula KuriaChallenges of participatory researchND
1/106
B.3Gurpreet KohliTeaching computer and network technology to multimedia studentsND
1/201
B.4Julienne Van LoonHandmaidens of literacy: Gender issues is higher education literacy provisionND
1/203
B.5Patricia A. ForsterHow do I actually learn? A questionnaire for (co)participatory learning in the presence of technologyND
1/103
2:00-2:30 pm
Session C
C.1Martin ForseyThe strange case of the disappearing teachers: Reflections of ethnographic research in a critical worldND
1/104
C.2Janet Hunter and Anna SullivanYoung children as research participants: Exploring the issuesND
1/106
C.3Pam GarnettOpen-ended investigations in year 9 scienceND
1/201
C.4Paul NewhousePortable computers and secondary school learningND
1/103
C.5Shelley ScottUsing telephone interviews to explore transfer of complex teaching strategies by newly graduated teachersND
1/203
2:30-3:00 pm
Session D
D.1Peter Taylor and Dorit MaorEvaluating on-line teaching from a social constructivist perpectiveND
1/104
D.2Gayle WardAn exploration an comparison of the effects of narrative in Montessori and non-Montessori schoolsND
1/106
D.3K. W. Duley, S.P. Maj and A. FetherstonSoftware engineering education: Setting and meeting goalsND
1/201
D.4Clare McBeathChanging the curriculum: Does it get any easier?ND
1/203
D.5Kum Leng ChinWeb based learning environments: The preferred choice?ND
1/103
3:00-3:30 pmAfternoon Tea
3:30-4:00 pm
Session E
E.1Carmel BochenekManaging oral to literate language development: Strategies for 'at risk" in early childhood educationND
1/104
E.2Greg MunyardThe implementation of a collaborative learning framework within an individualised curriculumND
1/106
E.3Gerard McKelvieAboriginal health workers and their ways of working with Aboriginal familiesND
1/201
E.4Lesley VidovichA framework for analysing quality policyND
1/203
E.5Kim Pitts-Hill and Jennie Bickmore-BrandTeaching for transfer: Transfer of whose learning?ND
1/103
4:00-4:30 pm
Session F
F.1Chenicheri Sid Nair and Darrell FisherA learning environment study of tertiary classroomsND
1/104
F.2Kaye TullyAn assessment of lower secondary school students in Western Australia from Junior Certificate to Achievement Certificate 1946-1972ND
1/106
F.3Dan Churach and Darrell FisherScience kids surf the net: effects on classroom environmentND
1/201
F.4Vanessa ChangEvaluating the effectiveness of online learning using a new Internet based instrumentND
1/103
F.5Peter RoguszkaThe role of public opinion on the subjects of educational researchND
1/203
4:30-5:00 pmSocial Event: Wine, Food and Cheese


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