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ACSA Webinars
2022 Past Webinars

Curriculum Change and Opportunities

DATE

Presenter

Webinar title (and link)

Tuesday
1 March 2022
Philip Roberts, Associate Professor, University of
Canberra, ACT, Australia and Marie Brennan, Honorary Professor, Victoria University, VIC, Australia and Adjunct Professor, University of South Australia, SA, Australia

Transnational Curriculum Inquiry: Introduction to the field and book

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

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Tuesday
8 March 2022

Philip Roberts, Associate Professor, University of
Canberra, ACT, Australia and Marie Brennan, Honorary Professor, Victoria University, VIC, Australia and Adjunct Professor, University of South Australia, SA, Australia

Doing Curriculum research

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

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Tuesday
15†March 2022
John Morgan, Professor of Geography and Environmental Education, Institute of Education, University College London and Head of School of Critical Studies in Education, University of Auckland, New Zealand

Beyond the fossil curriculum: education as if the planet matters

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Wednesday
16 March 2022

Silvia Morelli, Chair, School of Educational Sciences, Faculty of Humanities and Arts, National University of Rosario, Argentina

Curriculum-Didaktik and Bildung as a dialogue for teaching

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Tuesday
22 March 2022
Georgina Tuari Stewart, Associate Professor, Te Ara Poutama (Faculty of M‚ori), Auckland University of Technology,
New Zealand

Smoke and Mirrors: Indigenous Knowledge in the School Curriculum

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

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Tuesday
5 April 2022
Lew Zipin, Senior Research Fellow, School of Education, University of South Australia, SA, Australia, Extraordinary Professor, Faculty of Education,†Stellenbosch University, South Africa and Honorary Fellow, College of Education,†Victoria University, VIC, Australia

Towards ethically focused curriculum: Activating knowledge around community-based problems that matter

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Wednesday
6 April 2022
Yew Leong, Lecturer in Policy, Curriculum and Leadership Academic Group, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Designing for flourishing learning experiences

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Tuesday
12 April 2022
Lucinda McKnight, Senior Lecturer, School of Education, Deakin University, VIC, Australia

Curriculum Design in the Anthropocene: Challenges to Human Intentionality

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

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Rethinking Assessment

DATE

Presenter

Webinar title (and topic)

Tuesday
26 April 2022
Bill Lucas, Professor of Learning, Director, Centre for Real-World Learning, University of Winchester, England

Rethinking Assessment in Schools

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

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Wednesday†
4 May 2022

Christine Cawsey, Principal, Rooty Hill High School, NSW, Australia

Using a student agency lens to improve student success on short cycle formative assessment

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

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Wednesday
11 May 2022

Matt O'Hanlon, Principal (on leave), Beenleigh State High School, QLD, Australia

Relationship, trust, Success: Engaging your community

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Numeracy/Mathematics

DATE

Presenter

Webinar title (and topic)

Wednesday
27 April 2022
Peter Sullivan, Emeritus Professor, Monash University, VIC, Australia

Using an instructional model to support teacher innovation

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Tuesday
3†May 2022

Merrilyn Goos, Professor of Education, University of the Sunshine Coast, QLD, Australia

Working with teachers to develop numeracy across the curriculum

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Tuesday
10 May 2022

Kathryn Salkeld, Teaching Educator, Catholic Education Diocese Parramatta, NSW, Australia and Lyndall Conelly, St Oliver's Harris Park, NSW, Australia

Student-Centered Structured Inquiry in Mathematics-a teacher's perspective

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Literacy

DATE

Presenter

Webinar title (and topic)

Tuesday
17 May 2022
Misty Adoniou, Associate Professor, Adjunct University of Canberra, ACT, Australia and Principal Fellow Melbourne
Graduate School of Education, VIC, Australia

How can we (re) engage secondary students in the writing process?

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

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Tuesday
24 May 2022

Emma Dettling,
Literacy Teaching Educator; Sharon McManus, Literacy Teaching Educator and Natalie Russell, Literacy Teaching Educator, Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta, NSW, Australia

Lessons learned from (re) engaging students in the writing process - case studies from Western Sydney secondary schools in Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

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Tuesday
31 May 2022

Jessica Colleu Terradas, Senior Officer of Teaching and Learning (literacy specialist), Canberra and Goulburn
Catholic Education Office, ACT, Australia

What works? considerations for successful secondary literacy interventions

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

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Creativity in the Arts

DATE

Presenter

Webinar title (and topic)

Wednesday
18 May 2022
Pam Burnard, Professor of Arts,† Creativities and
Educations, Cambridge University, UK

From STEM to STE(A)M Education: Why sciences and arts creativities matter for future-making education

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

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Wednesday†
25 May 2022

Pam Burnard, Professor of Arts,† Creativities and
Educations, Cambridge University, UK

Sculpting new creativities in schools: When research inspires change and co-authorings of future-making education

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

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Indigenous Education

DATE

Presenter

Webinar title (and topic)

Tuesday
7 June 2022
Thomas Mayor, National Indigenous Officer, Maritime Union of Australia

Writing from the heart: The lessons in the Uluru Statement

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Tuesday
14 June 2022

Melitta Hogarth, Senior Research Fellow, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Indigenous education is everybody's business

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Wednesday
15 June 2022

Rhonda Oliver, Professor, School of Education, Curtin University, WA,
Australia

"Stop measuring black kids with a white stick": things to consider when teaching and assessing Aboriginal students

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

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Tuesday
21 June 2022
Des Crump, Director, Dhinawun Consultancy, Australia

Aboriginal Languages in the Curriculum

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Wednesday
22 June 2022
Marnee Shay, Senior Research Fellow, School of Education and Ren Perkins , University of Queensland, QLD, Australia

Strengths approaches to Indigenous education

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Wellbeing

DATE

Presenter

Webinar title (and topic)

Tuesday
2 August 2022

Ash Manuel, Director and Founder, Growing With Gratitude, Australia

How to Execute a Positive Education Program in Your Classroom and Around The School

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Inclusive Education

DATE

Presenter

Webinar title (and topic)

Wednesday†
2 March 2022

Sarah Hattam, Senior Lecturer, Education Futures, University of South Australia , SA, Australia

Recognition and Belonging in Enabling Education

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Wednesday†
9 March 2022

Nigel Howard, Coordinator and Tutor, University of South Australia, SA, Australia and Research Fellow, Flinders University, SA, Australia

Makers, Making and Connecting the World

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Wednesday
1 June 2022
Cae Ashton, Principal, Yulara School, NT, Australia

Universal supports and the power of social connectedness

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Tuesday
26 July 2022

Lesley Anne Ey, Senior Lecturer and Researcher, University of South Australia, SA, Australia

Understanding and Responding to Children's Harmful Sexual Behaviour in Education Settings

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

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Wednesday
10 August 2022

Maria La Pietra, Head of Student Outcomes and David Wild, CEO, Specialised Assistance School for Youth, SA, Australia

Connection; the foundation to learning for vulnerable young people

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Tuesday
16 August 2022
Hassan Mekawy, A/Director, Education Services,†SACE Board, SA, Australia

Learner Profile: challenging equity and meritocracy in educational achievement†

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

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VIP Series

DATE

Presenter

Webinar title (and topic)

Wednesday†
8 June 2022

Anne Looney, Executive Dean, Institute of Education, Dublin City University, Ireland

Contemporary curriculum-making; policies, identities and possibilities

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

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Wednesday
20 July 2022

Rose Hipkins, KaihautŻ Rangahau, Chief Researcher, New Zealand Council for Educational Research, New Zealand

The potential of 'capabilities' as a curriculum change agent

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

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Wednesday†
27 July 2022
Nicole Mockler, Associate Professor, University of Sydney, NSW, Australia

Re-professionalising teachers through curriculum work

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Wednesday
17 August 2022
Louise Hayward, Professor, University of Glasgow, Scotland

Exploring learning through the lens of curriculum, assessment and pedagogy

Session cancelled.

Wednesday
12:00pm (AEST)
24 August 2022

Tom Popkewitz, Professor Curriculum and Instruction, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

Curriculum Research: The Phantasmagrams of Desires, Fabrication, and the Making Kinds of People

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

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Wednesday
31 August 2022

Mark Priestley, Professor of Education, University of Stirling, Scotland

Curriculum Making

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

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Wednesday
7 September 2022
Annette Woods, Professor, Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child and School of Early Childhood and Inclusive Education, Queensland University of Technology, QLD, Australia

What's the place of curriculum in school reform for quality and equity?

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

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Tuesday
13 September 2022

Gordon Stobart, Honorary Research Fellow , Oxford University Centre for Educational Assessment, UK

Encouraging effective learning-aligning curriculum, teaching and assessment

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

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Curriculum Reform

DATE

Presenter

Webinar title (and topic)

Tuesday
6 September 2022

Michael Anderson, Co-founder and Academic††Leader, 4C Transformative Learning, Australia

Transforming Schools: developing strategies that make a real difference for students

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

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14 September 2022

Michael Anderson, Co-founder and Academic††Leader, 4C Transformative Learning, Australia

Transforming Pedagogy and Learning: using coherence makers to achieve deep learning and teaching

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

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