SYDNEY SCHOOL OF EDUCATION & SOCIAL WORK
Friday 20 April 2017
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STAFF NEWS
School Board Meeting and Forum
On Thursday 14 June we will have a School Board meeting, followed by a Forum for Supervisors.  The forum is both for current supervisors of higher research degree students and for those who are interested in being involved in supervision.      
  • 12 – 1pm:  School Board meeting
  • 1pm – 2pm:  Forum for supervisors
Forum for supervisors
The forum is both for current supervisors of higher research degree students and for those who are interested in being involved in supervision.
On Thursday 14 June we will have a School Board meeting, followed by a Forum for Supervisors.  The forum is both for current supervisors of higher research degree students and for those who are interested in being involved in supervision.      
  • 12 – 1pm:  School Board meeting
  • 1pm – 2pm:  Forum for supervisors
Forum for supervisors
The forum is both for current supervisors of higher research degree students and for those who are interested in being involved in supervision.
 
There have been significant changes in Research Education the last two years. The forum is an opportunity to find information about key changes and how the university, faculty and school are supporting students’ candidature, from admissions to examinations. We will also discuss how best to support supervisors, both experienced ones and those starting their supervisory role.   If you have any questions about the Forum, please contact Ilektra Spandagou. 
 
A sandwich lunch will be provided at 12 noon.  Please confirm any dietary requirements by including them in your calendar response, or by emailing Linda Simpson.
Employment Opportunity - Casual Research Assistant
A casual research assistant is sought for approximately 5 hours of work to be completed by 4th May. The position will suit a postgraduate research student with experience preparing questionnaires (Likert-type items plus one open-ended response) in REDCap.

There is a possibility of further employment to assist with analysis of questionnaire data. Contact Janette Bobis

Faculty Research Support Scheme (FRSS) 2018 application process
Further to the notice below regarding FRSS 2018, please approach your AP&D advisor in order to fulfil requirement 4 of the application:
 
(4 )Statement of support from Department Chair or equivalent officer (including comment on the strategic value of an FRSS grant for the applicant within the context of the applicant’s FASS 3-Year Research Plan – a PDF of an email response is sufficient).
Attachment's: FRSS_Guidance_2018
FRSS_Application Form 2018
FASS Report Template 2018
 
Please be aware that it is your responsibility to organise this component of the application.  If your AP&D advisor is unavailable or is an investigator on the proposed project, please contact Janette Bobis.
 
Completed applications (including all attachments) should be emailed to Camilla Pilgrim by Monday 4 June 5.00pm. Applications that do not include a statement of support will be considered ineligible.
Opportunity | Research and Service to the SSESW
Expressions of Interest from Academic Staff in the School of Education & Social Work are sought to assist with the processing of University Ethics applications from staff and research students.

Please see attachment: Ethics-Role-Description.


Expressions of Interest from Academic Staff in the School of Education & Social Work are sought to assist with the processing of University Ethics applications from staff and research students.

Please see attachment: Ethics-Role-Description.

This research/service role is particularly suited to early and mid-career researchers wanting to build their research skills and knowledge relating to Ethics. Applicants should possess a PhD/EdD or equivalent research degree. Training and advice on Ethics requirements will be provided. This role attracts 75 administrative workload points per annum.
 
To lodge an expression of interest, please refer to your broad area of research and methodological expertise (e.g. quantitative; qualitative) in the body of an email to the Ethics Coordinator, Dr George Odhiambo, george.odhiambo@sydney.edu.au by Wednesday 2nd May 2018.

Dr George Odhiambo | SSESW Ethics Coordinator
Academic Procession Ceremonies
The next date of the ESW Graduation ceremony is:

Friday 27 April 2018
 B Ed Primary & Indigenous, UG SW at 9:30am
11:30am:  Combined Secondary, Early Childhood, HMHE
2:00pm:  All PG

The next date of the ESW Graduation ceremony is:

Friday 27 April 2018

9:30am: B Ed Primary & Indigenous, UG SW
11:30am:  Combined Secondary, Early Childhood, HMHE
2:00pm:  All PG

If you will be attending the upcoming Graduation Ceremony, could you please complete the attached Excel form (including the details for academic dress hire if you need it)

Please return to Linda Simpson, Executive Assistant to the Head of School and Dean.
Staff in the Media
IN MEDIA: Universities should take stronger leadership on knowledge and how it mattersLina MarkauskaiteUniversity of Sydney and Peter GoodyearUniversity of Sydney

It’s time to (do more than) talk about knowledge. Universities must take leadership in helping develop students capacity to recognise different kinds of knowledge and work flexibly.
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SAFETY HEALTH AND WELLBEING
Support Services for Students
For contact information for support services for students who have experienced sexual assault  Click on Website.



The 2018 Global Challenge - Let's get ready
Whether you’re new to the Global Challenge or a returning member, this is the place to discover everything you need to know. So what are you waiting for?  
Click on Website.

Riskware
Managers - Responding to incidents, injuries and hazards
Responsiveness A RiskWare Action Plan must be submitted within 7 calendar days of the incident/hazard being reported.
Managers - Responding to incidents, injuries and hazards
Responsiveness A RiskWare Action Plan must be submitted within 7 calendar days of the incident/hazard being reported.

Instructions
It may take longer than 7 days to complete the required corrective action and close the incident, but the plan including a description of the actions and anticipated timeframes for completion must be completed within 7 calendar days.

Incident/hazard notification When your staff report an incident, injury or hazard in RiskWare you will automatically receive an email notification. This email provides summary details of the incident or hazard, instructions on what you need to do next and a direct link to the record in RiskWare. Click on the link in the email to view the details of the incident or hazard. From here you can complete a corrective action plan.

Alternatively, you can log on to RiskWare at any time, click on the “Incident Register” icon and then look in the Assigned Incident/Hazard tab. From here you can choose to either View Details or enter a Corrective Action Plan.

Corrective action plans Corrective action plans are used to record the actions that have or will be taken in response to an incident or a reported hazard.

Watch these short training videos or follow the instructions provided below each video for guidance on how to:
  • Complete a corrective action plan
  • Respond to an incident that is outside of your control, and that of the University.
  • Reassign an incident or hazard to another University supervisor.
For further information click on Read more...
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UPCOMING EVENTS
ACERN Event
Date: Friday 27 April
Time: 9.30-11.30 am
Venue: Rm 452-A35 Education Building
RSVP 23 April 2018: robyn.ewing@sydney.edu.au
Morning tea will be served

To hear Dr Abbey MacDonald, University of Tasmania present:

Cultivating quality professional learning partnerships: A Tasmanian visual art pedagogy and practice perspective

Date: Friday 27 April
Time: 9.30-11.30 am
Venue: Rm 452-A35 Education Building
RSVP 23 April 2018: robyn.ewing@sydney.edu.au
Morning tea will be served

To hear Dr Abbey MacDonald, University of Tasmania present:

Cultivating quality professional learning partnerships: A Tasmanian visual art pedagogy and practice perspective

This presentation will share insights from the initial evaluation of collaborative Art student and teacher professional learning initiatives recently implemented in Tasmania. The professional learning initiatives involved multi-stakeholder investment from tertiary institution, teacher professional association, Arts industry and a Tasmanian Department of Education teacher professional learning institute. Adopting Tom Bentley’s seven key features for collaboration (shared during his time as visiting scholar at The Peter Underwood Centre for educational attainment), I will unpack how this framework for collaboration was adapted to help permeate stakeholder boundaries and draw together external expertise to co-evolve ‘many to many’ reciprocal partnerships for successful art teacher professional learning in Tasmania.
 
Drawing together a rich tapestry of artefacts and exemplars ranging from engaging teachers in their own creative practice, to student directed (primary and college level) exploratory art inquiry processes for professional curated exhibitions, I will detail how these professional learning partnerships were brokered. Further to this, I will share how the activities inherent to these partnerships empowered Tasmanian art teachers to build confidence to embrace their own artistry and become curriculum change. Given Tasmania did not meet its intended 2017 implementation target for teacher adoption of The Australian Curriculum – The Arts, such collaborative professional learning initiatives maximise the efficiency of traditionally siloed support mechanisms. I hope to demonstrate the importance for professional learning stakeholders to invest in better understanding their unique context-specific politics, and how these might implicate upon their negotiation of successful ‘many to many’ professional learning partnerships.

In my sharing and our subsequent discussions, there will be opportunity for us to share challenges and successes experienced in disrupting barriers to cultivating successful professional learning collaborations, which will allow us to highlight how various aspects of such collaborative teacher professional learning initiatives might be fostered elsewhere in other contexts, and to what ends.
 
This presentation entwines findings from two HREC Research Projects - H0016439: Cultivating quality professional learning partnerships between schools, universities and other stakeholders; and H0016197: Classroom collaborations - Curriculum art-ventures of primary students and teachers, as well as work I undertake in my roles with the Tasmanian Art Teachers Association (TATA) and Art Education Australia (AEA).
 
Dr Abbey MacDonald is a Lecturer in Arts Education at the University of Tasmania, where she specialises in visual art curriculum, pedagogy and practice. She is interested in the applications of Arts-based research, transdisciplinarity and development of tools to support participant, researcher and teacher engagement in and with relational art inquiry. Abbey’s research contexts include professional learning collaboration, teacher embodiment and enactment of curriculum, and exploring intersections between pedagogy and methodology. Abbey is a practising visual artist and curator. She is Vice President of Art Education Australia (AEA)

ROBYN EWING AM |

Professor of Teacher Education and the Arts | Sydney School of Education and Social Work|
Co-Coordinator Arts and Creativity in Education Research Network (ACERN)|
Council member and Chair Academic Board, Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS)| Director, West Words| Honorary Associate, Sydney Theatre Company| Principal Fellow ALEA|Visiting Scholar, Barking Gecko Theatre|
The Landscape of Poetry
This year, on World Poetry Day on 21 March, the University of Sydney named renowned Australian poet, author and teacher Mark Tredinnick as its School of Education and Social Work 2018 Writer-in-Residence.

For more information click on the Read more....
Seminar in Gender Equity and Aboriginal Participation
Seminar Title: Promoting Gender Equity and Aboriginal Participation in STEM

Date and Time: 1 – 2pm, Thursday 17 May
Location: Lecture Theatre 351, Education Building
Click on Indigenous Seminar Series in May



Seminar Title: Promoting Gender Equity and Aboriginal Participation in STEM

Date and Time: 1 – 2pm, Thursday 17 May
Location: Lecture Theatre 351, Education Building
Click on Indigenous Seminar Series in May

Overview:
Gender disparity in Mathematics and in STEM subjects and professions, in general, is evident across Australia. Data shows that low participation of girls in advanced mathematics courses plays a large role in the lack of female participation in STEM professions including Maths teaching.
 
This seminar is presented by Mrs Ashley Stewart, Head of Learning Area Mathematics, Newton Moore Senior High School, WA. She has received numerous awards for mentoring students and teaching excellence, and she will discuss where gender disparity comes from and shares the strategies she uses to help promote girls in Mathematics and STEM and her direction for the future.
Indigenous Seminar in the area of teaching, STEM and Math
Promoting Gender Equity and Aboriginal Participation in STEM

Date:  Thursday 17 May from 1 – 2pm
Venue:Lecture Theatre 351, Education Building
Guest Speaker:   Mrs Ashley Stewart, Head of Learning Area Mathematics, Newton Moore Senior High School, WA.

Promoting Gender Equity and Aboriginal Participation in STEM

Date:  Thursday 17 May from 1 – 2pm
Venue:   Lecture Theatre 351, Education Building
Guest Speaker:    Mrs Ashley Stewart, Head of Learning Area Mathematics, Newton Moore Senior High School, WA.

She has received numerous awards for mentoring students and teaching excellence, and she will discuss where gender disparity comes from and shares the strategies she uses to help promote girls in mathematics and STEM and her direction for the future.

Registration:        Register online

If you have any questions, please contact:

Megumi KikuchiPrograms Officer 
Partner Engagement and Outreach Faculty of Science
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CRLI | Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation
Sydney Learning and Innovation Research Fest
Join us on July 4th 2018 for the Sydney Learning and Innovation Research Fest. This free event is a rare opportunity to exchange ideas, showcase work and form new collaborations with the diverse groups interested in the future of learning, including researchers, practitioners, teachers, government and industry.
Join us on July 4th 2018 for the Sydney Learning and Innovation Research Fest. This free event is a rare opportunity to exchange ideas, showcase work and form new collaborations with the diverse groups interested in the future of learning, including researchers, practitioners, teachers, government and industry.

This year's fest will take place on July 4th in the New Law building on the Camperdown campus. Our program is decided by submissions and key topics but you can expect plenary panels and keynotes, poster and demonstration sessions. seminars and workshops, and networking over breaks. On the day, our research leaders will address new ways of bridging between research, policy and practice, and "hot topics" including interdisciplinary research, innovative learning spaces, and AI. There will be event with our Special Interest Groups (SIGs) in Learning Spaces, Student Partnerships, Learning Analytics and Neuroscience and you can find out more how you can engage with their work.

Everyone is welcome to attend – you just need to register at http://bit.ly/CRLIFest18

Registration to present is open until May 28th (space is limited so it is recommended you register early). You can register to attend until June 20th.
 
The Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation (CRLI) provides a focus for the university’s research on learning and innovation by bringing together research from all the areas that contribute to this important field of interdisciplinary activity: Education, Psychology, Engineering & IT, Design, Science, Medicine and more. In addition to conducting research on learning, the centre studies educational innovation and the processes of innovation and change outside formal education, including in individual, group, organisational or community learning.
 
Date: July 4th, 2018, 9.30am - 4.00pm (program will be advised to registrants

Location: Level 1 of the New Law School Building (F10) Eastern Avenue, Camperdown Campus, The University of Sydney NSW 2006

RSVP essential: http://bit.ly/CRLIFest18
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PUBLICATIONS
Call for Papers | Current Debates and Dilemmas in Community Development
Are you a community development worker? Are you keen to contribute to current debates and scholarship around your practice? We are seeking contributions to our on-line journal, Social Work and Policy Studies: Social Justice, Practice and Theory.
 
Writing workshops are being planned to support practitioners turn their ideas and experiences into manuscripts. If you want to know more please contact either  Amanda Howard  or Margot Rawsthorne .
Are you a community development worker? Are you keen to contribute to current debates and scholarship around your practice? We are seeking contributions to our on-line journal, Social Work and Policy Studies: Social Justice, Practice and Theory.
 
Writing workshops are being planned to support practitioners turn their ideas and experiences into manuscripts. If you want to know more please contact either  Amanda Howard  or Margot Rawsthorne .
 
Social Work and Policy Studies: Social Justice, Practice and Theory aims to provide a platform for those advancing knowledge and debate on any aspect of social justice-informed social work, social policy, practice or theory.
 
With a goal of publishing twice yearly, the journal welcomes submissions that explore questions of: social injustice; inequity; systemic and/or individual oppression; the power dynamics of social relations such as race, class, gender, disability, sexuality, Indigeneity, age, region, political economy; questions engaging with intersectionality and multiple oppressions; and various forms of resistance, social change, social policy and social justice initiatives.  Our first edition is available at https://openjournals.library.sydney.edu.au/index.php/SWPS/index

 Author Guidelines

Articles are to be 6,000 words, including references and should include original research or a review and critical analysis of social policy or social work practice applications. Articles should be scholarly and theoretically-based or informed. Articles reporting original research should include research methods and appropriate literature. Submissions from all national and regional contexts are welcome. Collaborative submissions are especially encouraged.
 
Authors are strongly encouraged to adhere to the guidelines detailed below. This saves time in later stages of copy editing and production. Articles may be returned to authors if they do not comply with the format guidelines.
 
Please submit through the journal website. https://openjournals.library.sydney.edu.au/index.php/SWPS/index
 
Submission Deadline: 30th September, 2018
Social Policy and Policy Studies
Click on Website.
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RESEARCH
‘Moving from ECR to MCR’ – Event for ECRs and MCRs
FASS Early Career Researcher Network

The session will be held on Thursday 3 May 3-5pm in Seminar Room N351, Pharmacy Building A15. Event will feature light refreshments and opportunity for informal networking.
 
This will be a panel discussion with FASS colleagues who have recently been promoted, to share tips for preparing for promotion, strategies for career planning and reflections on what has changed at their new academic levels. This will be followed by a response from the perspective of serving on a promotion committee, with advice on what has worked for successful candidates and what to watch out for as potential weakness in promotion cases.

FASS Early Career Researcher Network

The session will be held on Thursday 3 May 3-5pm in Seminar Room N351, Pharmacy Building A15. Event will feature light refreshments and opportunity for informal networking.
 
This will be a panel discussion with FASS colleagues who have recently been promoted, to share tips for preparing for promotion, strategies for career planning and reflections on what has changed at their new academic levels. This will be followed by a response from the perspective of serving on a promotion committee, with advice on what has worked for successful candidates and what to watch out for as potential weakness in promotion cases.

Panel discussants:
  • Dr Cathy Little, Senior Lecturer Special Education 
  • Dr Anthea Taylor, Senior Lecturer Department of Gender & Cultural Studies 
  • Dr Stephen H Whiteman, Senior Lecturer in Asian Art 
  • A/Prof Rebecca Scott Bray, School of Social and Political Sciences 
 Panel respondent:
  • Associate Professor Pablo Guillen-Alvarez, FASS Level C Local Promotions Committee Chair
Please come to connect with other FASS ECR and MCRs and feel free to share with colleagues.
PhD Student of the Month |Angela Rose
Angela Rose

Degree: PhD
Supervisors: Professor Anthony Welch and Associate Professor Tim Allender
 
Thesis title: “They've got a face and an actual backstory and an experience.” Exploring secondary teachers' beliefs towards refugee students.

Angela Rose

Degree: PhD
Supervisors: Professor Anthony Welch and Associate Professor Tim Allender
 
Thesis title: “They've got a face and an actual backstory and an experience.” Exploring secondary teachers' beliefs towards refugee students.

Email:    aros3546@uni.sydney.edu.au
 Project description:       

This project is an epistemological study exploring the beliefs of secondary school teachers towards refugee students. Foucauldian discourse analysis of education policy and semi-structured interviews with classroom teachers and school executives will seek to uncover language and practice which shape and reshape teacher knowledge towards this student group. As a result, it is envisaged that the results of this project will be useful in pre-service and continued teacher training, policy creation, and refugee student education.
 
Angela Rose is a PhD candidate and former secondary school teacher. Alongside her research, she teaches undergraduate and graduate classes within the Sydney School of Education and Social Work. Angela recently received the 2017 AARE Postgraduate Student Researcher Award for her conference paper, Refugee students, teacher agency and neoliberalism in Australian education.
 
Awards:
  • Australian Government Research Training Program Stipend Scholarship, 2015-2018
  • Australian Association for Research in Education Postgraduate Student Researcher Award, 2017
  • Dean's Citation for Excellence in Tutorials Teaching Award, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, 2017
  • AARE Alison Lee ‘Theory in Educational Research’ Scholarship, 2017
  • NSW Institute for Educational Research Student Research Grant, 2016
  • Microsoft Imagine Cup Innovation Winner, Australia, 2015
 Conference presentation:     
Rose, A. (2017). Refugee students, teacher agency and neoliberalism in Australian education. Paper presented at the AARE Conference 2017, Canberra, Australia. 26-30 November 2017.
Reporting your publications
A reminder to academic and honorary staff and HDR students that details of your new publications should be sent to Camilla Pilgrim for entry into the University’s IRMA database.
A reminder to academic and honorary staff and HDR students that details of your new publications should be sent to Camilla Pilgrim for entry into the University’s IRMA database.
 
Academic staff and HDR students, once your publications are in IRMA they will automatically display on your profile. Please check your profiles to see if any publications are missing.

Honorary staff, publications will be added to IRMA and to your honorary profile.
 
The University’s central Research Support are currently verifying and assessing 2017 research publications. ERA eligible publications are:
 
Traditional research output types:
 
● books - authored research
● chapters in research books - authored research
● journal articles - scholarly, peer reviewed
● conference publications - full paper refereed, published in full

Non-traditional research outputs:
  • ● creative works – must have a research statement, detailing the research contribution and significance etc.
  • ● commissioned/solicited research reports for external bodies - published/publicly available
 Please provide a DOI or link to the journal article online and a link to online conference proceedings where available.

All ERA eligible publications go through a verification and assessment process by the University to ensure they meet the ERA definition of research. Publications which are not eligible – e.g. edited books, articles in professional magazines, edited journals etc. – can also be added to IRMA so they display on your profile.
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JOBS, NOTICES & MISCELLANEOUS
History of University Life Seminar
REMINDER

Our second seminar in the History of University Life Sydney Research Seminar in Higher Education for 2018 will be Professor Stephen Garton, The Future of Higher Education in Australia: Challenges for the 21st Century University, to be held Wednesday 2 May 2018, St Paul’s College Senior Common Room, noon to 1.30pm.

Please join us for what is sure to be an interesting paper with plenty of time for discussion over a light lunch. Please RSVP to Deryck Schreuder or Julia Horne by Friday 27 April so we can confirm catering arrangements—seating is limited.


REMINDER

Our second seminar in the History of University Life Sydney Research Seminar in Higher Education for 2018 will be Professor Stephen Garton, The Future of Higher Education in Australia: Challenges for the 21st Century University, to be held Wednesday 2 May 2018, St Paul’s College Senior Common Room, noon to 1.30pm.

Please join us for what is sure to be an interesting paper with plenty of time for discussion over a light lunch. Please RSVP to Deryck Schreuder or Julia Horne by Friday 27 April so we can confirm catering arrangements—seating is limited.

We would like to thank St Paul’s College for its continued support for this seminar on historical and contemporary questions in higher education including a light lunch. 

Deryck Schreuder and Julia Horne

(HUL 2018 Organizers)
Visual arts in the foreign language classroom
You might be interested in submitting a paper for the scholarly journal Zeitschrift für Interkulturellen Fremdsprachenunterricht (ZIF, ISSN 1205-6545).


You might be interested in submitting a paper for the scholarly journal Zeitschrift für Interkulturellen Fremdsprachenunterricht (ZIF, ISSN 1205-6545).

ZIF is a leading double blind peer reviewed European Journal covering the latest developments and innovative studies in Foreign Language Research, Applied and Educational Linguistics. ZIF is an ERA ranked journal (ERA 2015 ID: 31504) and publication languages include English, French and German. The Editorial Board consist of field leaders Professor Britta Hufeisen and Professor Jörg Roche.

 Professor Camilla Badstübner-Kizik and I will be the guest editor for the special issue on Visual arts in the foreign language classroom (to be published in October 2019).
 
The CfP is attached to this email. Pls feel free to forward/circulate to anyone who may be interested.

Dr Tristan Lay
Department of Germanic Studies, School of Languages and Cultures
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Early Childhood Australia Reconciliation Symposium
The ECA Reconciliation Symposium is an annual event for educators, teachers and leaders in early education and school settings.  Click on Program.

The ECA Reconciliation Symposium is an annual event for educators, teachers and leaders in early education and school settings.  Click on Program.

Participants will hear from keynote speakers and panellists on topics such as:
  • practice and strategies for promoting cultural inclusion in early childhood settings and schools
  • what it means to identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander in contemporary Australia
  • understanding Aboriginal pedagogy – not just what we teach but how we teach
  • the importance of Reconciliation Action Plans and the resources available through Narragunnawali: Reconciliation in Schools and Early Learning
  • strategies for supporting Indigenous educators and leaders
There will also be facilitated table discussions in which participants can ask questions, seek guidance from peers and explore the practical relevance of the topics to their professional role.

Click on Website.
Public Lecture on NAPLAN
Date: Friday 4 May
Time: 5:15pm
Speaker: Dr Perelman
 
Please click on Read more.. for details of this public lecture that Dr Les Perelman [M.I.T.] will be giving on NAPLAN early next month.   and to register.
Understanding Aboriginality Webinar
To improve the teaching of Indigenous Education and the confidence and competence of those working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, there will be a webinar on Understanding Aboriginality on Thursday, May 10 at 2pm AEST. It will be presented by  three experienced educators from the Australian Indigenous Lecturers in Initial Teacher Education Association (AILITEA) and the ACDE. 

To improve the teaching of Indigenous Education and the confidence and competence of those working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, there will be a webinar on Understanding Aboriginality on Thursday, May 10 at 2pm AEST. It will be presented by  three experienced educators from the Australian Indigenous Lecturers in Initial Teacher Education Association (AILITEA) and the ACDE. 
 
There is a small webinar fee with proceeds going towards ongoing refreshment of the freely available 3Rs – Respect, Relationships and Reconciliation platform for teacher education academics, teaching students and teachers.   
 
There will be webinar places sponsored by Teachers Mutual Bank that will be released in several lots in the lead up to the webinar. To be quick on the uptake to secure a free ticket, join our @educationdeans twitter feed, connect with ACDE Communications on LinkedIn or keep an eye on the ACDE website’s Latest News.

You may also like to let your students know that Teachers Mutual Bank is also offering 10 x $6,000 scholarships to university students studying to become teachers. There are also 10 supporting grants of $250 each. Students can apply online at www.tmbank.com.au/fts (and that link is also at the bottom of the webinar pdf). Understanding Aboriginality Webinar Flyer 10 May 2018

If you have any queries regarding the webinar, please call Anne Szadura on 0434 891 891.
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