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View Competencies and the fighting of syllabusitis: A two-dimensional structuring of teachers’ work and development

Competencies and the fighting of syllabusitis: A two-dimensional structuring of teachers’ work and development

Speaker Associate Professor, PhD Tomas Højgaard Tomas Højgaard holds a position as Associate Professor at The School of Education, Aarhus … Learn more

View Mindfulness: Strengthening resilience and wellbeing of school communities

Mindfulness: Strengthening resilience and wellbeing of school communities

Speaker Dr Yoon-Suk Hwang Dr Yoon-Suk Hwang is a Research Fellow at the Learning Sciences Institute Australia. Prior to this … Learn more

View Research and Innovation in Classroom Assessment: International Perspectives

Research and Innovation in Classroom Assessment: International Perspectives

International Conference September 21 to 23 2016 Stamford Plaza Brisbane, Australia Host: … Learn more

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"Socrates died from an overdose of wedlock:"  Self-Regulated Strategy Development in Writing and Reading

Speaker Professor Karen Harris Professor Karen R. Harris is the Warner Professor of Education at the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers … Learn more

View Interactional Ethnography and the Learning Sciences

Interactional Ethnography and the Learning Sciences

Speaker Associate Professor Susan Bridges Dr Susan Bridges is an Associate Professor and Assistant Dean (Curriculum Innovation) with the Faculty … Learn more

View Back to the Future: Past legal controversies in the United States offer some predictions for the future of teacher testing in Australia

Back to the Future: Past legal controversies in the United States offer some predictions for the future of teacher testing in Australia

Speaker Diana C. Pullin, J.D., Ph.D. Diana C. Pullin, J.D., Ph.D., is Professor of Education Law and Public Policy in … Learn more

View Examining educational progress of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian school students from Year 3 to Year 5 in Queensland NAPLAN outcomes

Examining educational progress of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian school students from Year 3 to Year 5 in Queensland NAPLAN outcomes

Presenter Professor Harvey Goldstein Professor Harvey Goldstein is a Professorial Research Fellow with the LSIA, ACU. He is a chartered … Learn more

View READ-Project: Improving literacy outcomes in low performing students in Danish state schools

READ-Project: Improving literacy outcomes in low performing students in Danish state schools

Dr Mette Vedsgaard Christensen, VIA University College, Denmark Learning outcomes in Danish state schools correlate systematically with students’ sociocultural background, … Learn more

View The 21st Century Teacher & Their Work

The 21st Century Teacher & Their Work

Online Presentation Video … Learn more