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Conference Day Two

Friday 23 June 2023

Audience

Conference Program Day Two

Friday 23nd June 2023

  

Curriculum Conference

8:30 am

Registration | Arrival | Tea and coffee

9:00

Welcome - ACSA President | Acknowledgement to Country | Special Guest - Opening comments

9:20

Keynote 1 |  The importance of the Voice Referendum and how this work relates to Education.

9:45

Keynote 2 | The importance of Curriculum during times of disruption to enrich Culture & Wellbeing - Jordana Hunter

10:20

Morning Tea break

Workshops – four streams

Demonstrating outstanding
student learning
reflective of a strong pedagogical approach

Embedding First Nations peoples Perspectives

Workshops – four streams

What will Education look like in 2030? How do we get there?

Curriculum Inquiry – Refereed Papers

10:50

Keynote 3 | Introduction & latest developments to the Australian Curriculum Version 9 - Sharon Foster

Workshops – four streams

Demonstrating outstanding
student learning
reflective of a strong pedagogical approach

Embedding First Nations peoples Perspectives

Workshops – four streams

What will Education look like in 2030? How do we get there?

Curriculum Inquiry – Refereed Papers

11:15

Expert Viewpoints | Tapping into Wisdom - Panelists: Prof. Alan Reid, Martin Westwell, Greg Whitby, Jacqui Wilton

Workshops – four streams

Demonstrating outstanding
student learning
reflective of a strong pedagogical approach

Embedding First Nations peoples Perspectives

Workshops – four streams

What will Education look like in 2030? How do we get there?

Curriculum Inquiry – Refereed Papers

12:30 pm

Table Discussion - facilitated by Jenene Rosser

Workshops – four streams

Demonstrating outstanding
student learning
reflective of a strong pedagogical approach

Embedding First Nations peoples Perspectives

Workshops – four streams

What will Education look like in 2030? How do we get there?

Curriculum Inquiry – Refereed Papers

12:45

Lunch Break

Workshops – four streams

Demonstrating outstanding
student learning
reflective of a strong pedagogical approach

Embedding First Nations peoples Perspectives

Workshops – four streams

What will Education look like in 2030? How do we get there?

Curriculum Inquiry – Refereed Papers

1:30

Keynote 4 | Future Considerations for Curriculum - Dr Lee-Anne Perry

Workshops – four streams

Demonstrating outstanding
student learning
reflective of a strong pedagogical approach

Embedding First Nations peoples Perspectives

Workshops – four streams

What will Education look like in 2030? How do we get there?

Curriculum Inquiry – Refereed Papers

1:55

Keynote 5 | Wellbeing and resilience in the wake of so much disruption - Prof. Donna Cross

Workshops – four streams

Demonstrating outstanding
student learning
reflective of a strong pedagogical approach

Embedding First Nations peoples Perspectives

Workshops – four streams

What will Education look like in 2030? How do we get there?

Curriculum Inquiry – Refereed Papers

2:15

Workshops – four streams

Demonstrating Outstanding Student Learning 

Workshop One | Roma Room: Jordana Hunter & Team - Recommendations for Curriculum Implementation - Guide for Principals and Curriculum Leaders.

Embedding First Nations People Perspectives

Workshop One | Terrace Room: Max Lenoy -  Deep Time History and other resources to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures

What Will Education Look Like in 2030?

Workshop One | Wickham RoomTBC

Curriculum Inquiry - Refereed papers

Applications for consideration close February 13 2023

Presentation One | Leichardt Room: TBC

Presentation Two | Leichardt Room: TBC

Workshops – four streams

Demonstrating outstanding
student learning
reflective of a strong pedagogical approach

Embedding First Nations peoples Perspectives

Workshops – four streams

What will Education look like in 2030? How do we get there?

Curriculum Inquiry – Refereed Papers

3:00

Afternoon Tea

Workshops – four streams

Demonstrating outstanding
student learning
reflective of a strong pedagogical approach

Embedding First Nations peoples Perspectives

Workshops – four streams

What will Education look like in 2030? How do we get there?

Curriculum Inquiry – Refereed Papers

3:30

Workshops – four streams

Demonstrating Outstanding Student Learning

Workshop Two | Roma Room: Brisbane Girls Grammar School A pedagogical approach to outstanding student learning 

Embedding First Nations People Perspectives

Workshop Two | Terrace Room: Dr Sara WeuffenDeveloping cohesive & inclusive pedagogical narratives in the translation and transmittance of curriculum.

What Will Education Look Like in 2030? 

Workshop Two | Wickham Room: TBC

Curriculum Inquiry - Refereed papers

Applications for consideration close February 13 2023

Presentation Three| Leichardt Room: TBC

Presentation Four | Leichardt Room: TBC

Workshops – four streams

Demonstrating outstanding
student learning
reflective of a strong pedagogical approach

Embedding First Nations peoples Perspectives

Workshops – four streams

What will Education look like in 2030? How do we get there?

Curriculum Inquiry – Refereed Papers

4:15

Workshops – four streams

Demonstrating Outstanding Student Learning 

Workshop Three | Roma Room : TBC -  A pedagogical approach to outstanding student learning

Embedding First Nations People Perspectives

Workshop Three | Terrace Room: Dr Greg Vass Developing cohesive & inclusive pedagogical narratives in the translation and transmittance of curriculum.

What Will Education Look Like in 2030? 

Workshop Three | Wickham Room: TBC

Curriculum Inquiry - Refereed papers

Applications for consideration close February 12 2023

Presentation Five | Leichardt Room: TBC

Presentation Six | Leichardt Room: TBC

Workshops – four streams

Demonstrating outstanding
student learning
reflective of a strong pedagogical approach

Embedding First Nations peoples Perspectives

Workshops – four streams

What will Education look like in 2030? How do we get there?

Curriculum Inquiry – Refereed Papers

5:00

Finish

Workshops – four streams

Demonstrating outstanding
student learning
reflective of a strong pedagogical approach

Embedding First Nations peoples Perspectives

Workshops – four streams

What will Education look like in 2030? How do we get there?

Curriculum Inquiry – Refereed Papers

 - Keynote Presentations available online

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