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Keynote Biography - Dylan Chown

Dylan Chown - Centre for Islamic Thought and Education (CITE)

Dylan Chown is a Research Fellow in the Centre for Islamic Thought and Education (CITE), School of Education, UniSA. He is a member of UniSA’s Pedagogies for Justice Research group. Dylan’s PhD research focuses on practical manifestations of Islamic pedagogy in Australian Islamic schools. Other research interests include teacher education and educational justice with a focus on Islamic pedagogy, critical pedagogies and culturally and religiously responsive pedagogy and Muslim learners. Dylan also coordinates courses within the Graduate Diploma/Certificate (Islamic Education) and the Islamic pedagogy specialisation within the Master of Teaching (secondary).

 

Prior to joining UniSA, Dylan was a member of an International network of educators on the Islamic Teacher Education Program (ITEP), a project of Razi Education (Canada/UAE). He is a co-editor of the book: Islamic schooling in the West: Pathways to renewal (Palgrave MacMillan); author of new chapter: Culturally responsive pedagogy: respecting the diversity of learners studying Humanities and Social Science in Making Humanities and Social Sciences Come Alive (Cambridge University Press); and a contributing author in Health and Physical Education for the Australian Curriculum 7 & 8 (Cambridge University Press) and consultant for the Alternate version of the 7 & 8 and 9 & 10 resource for schools with religious affiliation.

Tel: 02 6260 5660

Email: acsa@acsa.edu.au

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Tel: 02 6260 5660

Email: acsa@acsa.edu.au

© Copyright 2019 by the
Australian Curriculum Studies Association