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researchED Melbourne 2019

August 24 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

We’re back! researchED returns to Australia, and Brighton with another day of evidence, discussion, challenge, networking and provocation. Education is in a period of huge upheaval, as the evidence revolution continues. Old ways of working are now being scrutinised, criticised, updated and improved, and we’ve started to see dynamic and exciting new ways of teacher-led involvement of rebooting the classroom. Come along and join us for what promises to be a very special day.

 

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Keynote: David deCarvalho, CEO of ACARA.  NAPLAN, Australian Curriculum and 21C skills

Greg Ashman, teacher, blogger, PhD candidate
Anthony Dillon, Researcher ACU – improving school attendance in remote Aboriginal communities
Blaise Joseph, Education researcher at CIS
Ollie Lovell, Education podcaster

Emina McLean, Speech pathologist
Mandy Nayton, Head of DSF in W Australia
Reid Smith, Head of Curriculum at Ballarat Clarendon College- Not just “I reckon”: Using the Phonics Screening Check to inform instruction
Pamela Snow, Speech pathologist and psychologist
Julie Sonnemann, School Education Fellow, Grattan Institute
Rebecca Urban, Journalist at The Australian
Robyn Wheldall, Kevin Wheldall, Nicola Bell,  MULTILIT

Lyn Stone, author, education consultant, mother of diverse learners, and dyslexia advocate- Writing: Can ‘balanced literacy’ have any impact?

Dr Deidre Clary, literacy expert and former lecturer in teacher education, presenting with Fiona Mueller
Jenny Donovan, Executive Director of NSW CESE- Where are we going with the National Learning Progressions and Online Formative Assessment Initiative?
Mark Dowley, Director of Staff development, Brighton Grammar- Staff development- what is the evidence?
Olivier Elzingre, Teacher- Motivation in foreign language learning
Ben Evans, Teacher- Turning the tanker: a case study in how to rescue an academic programme
Rob Monk, Teacher- NAPLAN Online: What could possibly go wrong?

David Morkunas, Teacher at Bentleigh West Primary School- The Power of Daily Reviews – Spaced and Interleaved Practice
Kate Reid, Teacher- Improving Written Expression: “An Intervention for Struggling Writers in Years 7 and 8”

Kelly Stephens, CESE- What works best: evidence-based practices to help improve student performance in NSW
Zhi Soon, General Manager of Evidence & Impact at AITSL

Jessica Colleu, Teacher, Direct Instruction in a WA secondary school

Mark Rickinson and team, Professor at Monash- Towards Quality Use of Evidence in Schools

Iain Henderson, Teacher, Wellington College, UK- Coaching models

More to come….

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Date:
August 24
Time:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Brighton Grammar School
90 Outer Crescent
Brighton, VIC 3186 Australia
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Website:
https://www.brightongrammar.vic.edu.au