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18th Annual Research Forum
at Edith Cowan University
Building 17, Mt Lawley Campus

Forum 2003 Schedule

Presentations on Saturday 9 August [ Abstracts ]
[ Forum Invitation ] [ Contents of Proceedings ] Photos [ 1 ] [ 2 ] [ 3 ]
The Forum activities are in Building 17. We recommend car parking on the northern side adjacent to the Central Avenue entrance, and near Building 17, as parking in other areas of the campus may be congested by other activities - see ECU Campus Maps (select Mt Lawley). Saturday parking is free.

9:30-10:00Registration and Coffee and Muffins in the Foyer of Building 17
[Upstairs, outside Room 17.221. Refreshments will be available ongoing)
Foyer
10:00-10:15
Plenary
President's Welcome in the Lecture Theatre of Building 1717.103
TimeSession presentersTitleRoom
10.15-10.45
Parallel 1
Beatrice ImathiuSampling a diverse population17.102
Chris ConlanThere's a difference: English as an international language and English as an L1 variety17.103
Dawn Darlaston-Jones and Lauren BreenA liberating pedagogy: Incorporating diversity into higher education assessment17.123
Wahyudi and David TreagustUsing metaphors to explore teachers' perceptions of school science curriculum: A case of Indonesian lower secondary schools17.125
D Wood, J Aldridge, B Fraser, D FisherMonitoring the development of an outcomes-based, technology-rich learning environment17.201
Steve BensonThrough a looking glass darkly: Impressionistic, critical self study: respectable research or navel gazing?17.218
10.50-11.20
Parallel 2
Lee PartridgeThe missing link: A consideration of sociometrics in the design of focus group interviews17.102
Tikamporn WuttipornpongI see or I saw? A real problem for Thais 17.103
Wendy Jane MüllerSense of belonging, coping and depression: Is there a connection in Year 7?17.123
Rekha Koul and Darrell FisherScience classroom learning environments and their associations with students' attitudes and gender differences in India17.125
Tony Rickards and Perry den BrokFactors influencing students' perceptions of their teachers' interpersonal behaviour: A multilevel analysis17.201
Bal Chandra Luitel and Peter TaylorCritiquing situatedness: An integrated approach to improving a researcher's practice17.218
11.25-11.55
Parallel 3
Eilean FairholmeAn interactive knowledge environment for more student learning via the Internet17.102
Jinhee Kim and Andrew TaggartTeachers' perception of the culture of physical education: Investigating the silence in elementary school17.103
Francis DonohoeTo stay or not to stay: The use of the Adolescent Coping Scale as a prognostic tool17.123
Gail ChittleboroughThe use of physical and mental representations in learning chemistry17.125
Tony Rickards, Perry den Brok, Eric Bull and Darrell FisherPredicting student views of the classroom: A Californian perspective17.201
Elisabeth SettelmaierUsing autobiograpy to map an interpretive researcher's sensitivities towards her subject/s17.218
12.00-12.30
Parallel 4
Eve Ruddock and Sam LeongI am unmusical!: The verdict of self-judgement17.102
Christine VecchiThe effect of an educational package on the attitudes, knowledge and practice of nurses in emergency departments 17.103
Tanya VernonInnovation today17.123
Madihah KhalidApplication to the real world: Making mathematics enjoyable to technical students to Brunei17.125
Thelma Blackford and Janine RutledgeAcademic writing for L2 learners at Foundation Studies: Pedagogical issues17.201
Jaya EarnestEducation reconstruction in a transitional society: The case of East Timor17.218
12:30-1:15Lunch in Cafeteria
1.15-1.55
Plenary
Presentation of Postgraduate Awards
Presentation of Early Career Award to Dr Farzad Sharifian
Address by Dr Sharifian, Aboriginal cultural conceptualisations in
English words: A study of primary school children in Perth
Lecture
Theatre
17.103
2:00-2:30
Parallel 5
Vicki HoughtonCan emotional intelligence be used to determine the emotional well-being of pupils or to predict school based success?17.102
Dawn Darlaston-JonesQ Methodology: An introduction to the analysis of subjectivity [1.5 hr Workshop]17.103
Wendy Cumming-PotvinEnhancing literacy learning in a classroom community: Integrating ICT into a literature based English program17.123
Robert Dixon and Kathryn DixonAn evaluation of a leadership portfolio project for principals17.125
Gary PartingtonA changed approach to teacher professional development17.201
Ian Gaynor and Barry FraserOnline collaborative projects: A journey for two Year 5 technology rich classrooms17.218
2:35-3.05
Parallel 6
Maria NorthcoteThe relationship between teachers' and students' educational belief17.102
Dawn Darlaston-JonesQ Methodology: An introduction to the analysis of subjectivity [1.5 hr Workshop continued]17.103
Doug ReidTutoring at the mercy of technology: Examining online tutor competencies17.123
Regina GitauA good curriculum: The Kenyan experience17.125
Ann GallowayInteracting effectively to develop language and literacy skills17.201
Chi-Yan Tsui and David F TreagustLearning biology with computer multimedia: Roles of peer learning17.218
3:10-3:40
Parallel 7
Tony Rickards, Perry den Brok and Darrell FisherWhat does the Australian teacher look like: Australian typologies for teacher-student interpersonal behaviour17.102
Dawn Darlaston-JonesQ Methodology: An introduction to the analysis of subjectivity [1.5 hr Workshop continued]17.103
Tracey JonesLearning online: A study of the evolution of teacher knowledge from 'Newt' to 'Nerd'17.123
Sophie LeeA study of primary teachers' perceptions in relation to the implementation of education reform in Taiwan17.125
Elizabeth CriddleEducators and professional judgment: Are teachers professionals or technicians?17.201
Punipa SuntisukwongchoteTesting models of collaboration among high school science teachers in an electronic environment17.218
3:45-4.15
Parallel 8
Bronwyn HarmanCultural differences in parenting17.102
Dan Churach and Tony RickardsScience Career Inventory (SCI): What motivates students to pursue higher degrees in science careers such as extractive metallurgy?17.125
4.15-5.15Post Conference Happy HourFoyer



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