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2015 Presentations


Day One, 8th July 2015

Dr Kelli McGraw (QUT): Twitter Master Class

Dr Derek Bland, Dr Hilary Hughes & Dr Jill Willis (QUT): Re-imagining learning spaces

A/Prof Linda Graham (QUT): Engagement in context: local innovations and student engagement

Mr John Goh, Principal, Merrylands East Public School (MEPS): Knocking down walls & building a culture of learning (Starts 21:42)

Ms Ashleigh Catanzariti & Mrs Solange Cruz (MEPS): Embedding technology into practice with the 3P’s: Play, Project and Passion Based Learning (Starts 34.18)

Mrs Henrietta Miller, Roseville College: (#TeachMeet) Introducing TeachMeets & Engaging reluctant writers through class and student blogging

A/Prof Bruce Burnett & A/Prof Jo Lampert (QUT): National Exceptional Teachers for Disadvantaged Schools (NETDS)with panel of NETDS (QLD) school leaders & graduate teachers

Dr Kathy Mills (QUT): Valuing Indigenous heritage through multimodal literacy with panel of participating teachers from Hymba Yumba school

 Keynote: Maxine McKew: "A Class Act for all - Success and Challenge in Australian schooling"

Day Two, 9th July 2015

Keynote: Professor John Smyth (University of Huddersfield): Building the “Relational School”—or how to move beyond the way we have ‘blown it’, educationally

Dr Paul Browning, Principal, St Paul’s School: (#TeachMeet)Why trust the Head: The importance of trust and how to get it

Prof Martin Mills (University of Queensland), Dr Glenda McGregor (Griffith University), A/Prof Debra Hayes(University of Sydney), A/Prof Kitty Te Riele (Victoria University) & Dr Aspa Baroutsis (UQ): Challenging the 'dictatorship of no alternative': What can we learn from flexi schools?

Mr Jacques du Toit, Riverside Christian College: (#TeachMeet)Social Media in History Classrooms

Dr Penny Van Bergen & Dr Naomi Sweller (Macquarie University), A/Prof Linda Graham (QUT): The power of positive teacher-student relationships: students’ perspectives

Michelle Cubis, Jennifer Stuart, Robyn Stegman & Amanda Wicks, Morayfield State School (QLD): Innovative alternatives to engage

A/Prof Geoff Munns (UWS): A tale of two engaged classrooms: “It was the best of times…”