Bayview Beach Resort, Batu Ferringhi Beach, Penang, Malaysia

27-30 September 1999


Penang Hill Rail


Presenters: A - K

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Additions/Amendments     May 20th   July 25th   August 1st   16 August   30 August  14 September


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Nor Azni Bt Abdullah, MARA Institute of Technology, Malaysia,
    Preparing Graduates for Workplace Communication: A Lost Cause or a New Challenge?

Syaharom Abdullah, SBPS, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Sintok, Kedah, Malaysia,
    Culture and Learning: A cross-cultural comparative study on learning style preferences - Hariharan N. Krishnasamy and Syaharom Abdullah.

Dr Mahzan Arshad, Department of Language Education, Faculty of Education, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,
    Reading in a multiethnic society: Reader's responses to multicultural literature.

Leonie Arthur, University of Western Sydney, Macarthur, (45 min. paper),
    Family and staff perspectives on literacy in the years before school: are they congruent or incongruent?

Suzana Meor Abdul Aziz, Mara Institute of Technology, Shah Alam, Malaysia,
    - Public Speaking: An Unattainable Art? - Suzana Meor Abdul Aziz and Hairuzila Idrus.
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Peer Reviewing: A Challenging Task for Advanced Students. - Suzana Meor Abdul Aziz and Hairuzila Idrus.

Dr Nematollah Azizi, Senior lecturer, Kurdistan University, Faculty of Human Arts, Sanandaj, Iran,
    Why literated people return to iliteracy in developing countries (Case study Iran).

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Dr Cecile Badenhorst , Graduate School of Public and Development Management, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa,
    Internet literacies and research in tertiary academic discourse.

Mr John Bednall, Wesley College, South Perth, Western Australia,
    School Values and Discipline in a pluralistic society - one pragamatic approach.

Alison Beynon, Primary School Teacher, Gauteng, South Africa,
    Texturing the Text.

Dr Timothy R. Blair, Professor of Literacy Education, Department of Instructional Programs, College of Education, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida, USA,
    Rethinking the Professional Development of Literacy Teachers: New Directions and Expanding Roles.

Pat Bodsworth, Arts & Preparatory Department, Victoria University of Technology,
    Online Stories.

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Dr Anne Campbell, Centre for Research in International Education, University of Canberra, Australia, (90min. workshop),
    Flashpoints: Effective modelling of productive cultural diversity in educational settings - Dr Anne Campbell, Mr Henk Eijkman and Ms Val Faulkner,

Greta Caruso, Mowbray College, Victoria, Australia, (90 min. workshop),
    Using on-line teaching to develop socially critical literacy.

Jan Carr, Florey Primary School, ACT, Australia,
    Explicit teaching, benchmarks and improved outcomes: Florey Literacy Intervention Program - Brian McLoughlin and Jan Carr.

Dr Annemaree Carroll, Faculty of Education, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Australia,
    Learning to Teach in Inclusive Classrooms - Dr Chris Forlin, Prof. Petra Engelbrecht, Dr Annemaree Carroll, Dr Anne Jobling.

Dr Chih-Yang Chao, Department of Industrial Education, National Changhua University of Education, Changhua City, Taiwan,
    The total quality management (TQM) based approach for teaching and learning - Dr Chih-Yang Chao, Chih-feng Chuang and His-Chi Hsiao

Dr Val Chapman, University College, Worcester, United Kingdom,
    The Impact of Individual Differences in Learning Styles on the Acquisition of Literacy Skills : A Practical Approach for Pre-School and Primary School Age Children.

Chih-feng Chuang, Department of Industrial Education, National Changhua University of Education, Changhua City, Taiwan,
    The Effect of Interactive Computer Simulation for Certain Post-Secondary Technical Concept Learning - Chih-feng Chuang, Dr Chih-Yang Chao and His-Chi Hsiao

A/Prof. Jock Collins, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia.
    Educating culturally-diverse entrepreneurs: immigrant and indigenous experiences in Australia.

A/Prof. Barbara Comber, Language and Literacy Research Centre, School of Education, University of South Australia, (90 minute workshop),
    Students and teachers research the use of IT in primary and secondary schools - A/Prof. Barbara Comber and Dr Helen Nixon

Jan Connelly, School of Education, Southern Cross University, Lismore Australia,
    Across the threshold of home/community and school through the eyes of recent Australian research: What are we not seeing in our literacy pedagogy - issues of difference, equity, culture and identity - Christina Davidson and Jan Connelly.

Joan Conway, International Education Agency of Papua New Guinea,
    Professional Development in a Cross-Cultural Setting - Christine Stores, Lynne Hill and Joan Conway.

Robyn Cox, Universiti Brunei Darussalam.
    Investigating literacy and gender in an Islamic context: A research project.

Lynda Cutting, Yarra Valley Grammar School, Victoria, (90min. workshop),
    Planning for individual differences using Multiple Intelligences.

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Christina Davidson, School of Education, University of Ballarat, Victoria, (45 min. paper),
    Across the threshold of home/community and school through the eyes of recent Australian research: What are we not seeing in our literacy pedagogy - issues of difference, equity, culture and identity - Christina Davidson and Jan Connelly.

Marinka Ellen Dunlop, Southern Cross University.
    The Collaborative Aspects of On-line Learning: A Pilot Study - Dr Donald Wilson McMurray and Marinka Ellen Dunlop.

Marion Drew, Lecturer/Speech and Hearing Therapist, Dept of Speech and Hearing Therapy, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa,
    (paper).

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Henk Eijkman, Centre for Research in International Education, Division of Communication & Education, University of Canberra, ACT, Australia,
    Flashpoints: Effective modelling of productive cultural diversity in educational settings - Dr Anne Campbell, Mr Henk Eijkman and Ms Val Faulkner.

Bill Eckersley, Department of School and Early Childhood Education, Melbourne, Victoria. PRESENTERS: Professional Practice Team Members - RMIT University field experience staff; Field experience site partners (schools, centres, and workplaces); Preservice teachers:
    (changing nature of field experience within a preservice teacher education course) - Maureen Morriss, Bill Eckersley.

Bronwyn Ellis, University of South Australia, Whyalla Norrie, South Australia,
    Out of sight (mostly), but never out of mind: Facilitating the learning of off-campus Nursing students - Bronwyn Ellis, John Miller, and Siva Lowings

Prof. Petra Engelbrecht, Faculty of Education, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Australia,
    Learning to Teach in Inclusive Classrooms - Dr Chris Forlin, Prof. Petra Engelbrecht, Dr Annemaree Carroll, Dr Anne Jobling.

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Val Faulkner, Centre for Research in International Education, Division of Communication & Education, University of Canberra, ACT, Australia.
    Flashpoints: Effective modelling of productive cultural diversity in educational settings - Dr Anne Campbell, Mr Henk Eijkman and Ms Val Faulkner.

Adele Flood, FELCS/SECE, RMIT, Melbourne, Victoria,
    Whatever Happened to the 26th Bee? (A discovery of individual art thought.)

Dr Chris Forlin, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Queensland, (45 min. paper),
    Special education in the regular classroom ­ what stresses teachers?

Dr Chris Forlin, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Queensland, (45 min. paper),
    Learning to Teach in Inclusive Classrooms - Dr Chris Forlin, Prof. Petra Engelbrecht, Dr Annemaree Carroll, Dr Anne Jobling.

Dr Chris Forlin, University of Southern Queensland; Dr Clayton Keller, University of Minnesota, Duluth; and Dr Ragnar Thygesen, Norwegian University of Science & Technology, (45 min. paper),
    Internationalising preservice teacher education: Use of Internet conferencing to promote greater awareness of cultural differences - Dr Chris Forlin, Dr Clayton Keller, Dr Ragnar Thygesen

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Dr Alias Abd Ghani , English Section, School of Humanities, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang,
    The Effect of Verbal Tasks on the Speech Performance of Malaysian Learners of English.

Miss Dina Gollan, Indigenous Education Team, Catholic Education Office, South Australia,
    Choices for Indigenous Secondary Students - Miss Dina Gollan and Mrs Sue Sifa.

Dr Pam Green, FELCS, RMIT University, Melbourne,
    Addressing Student Needs in the Transition to University: An Australian Perspective.

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Dr Janice M Hall, School of Lifelong Learning and Educational Change, University of Western Sydney Nepean, NSW, Australia,
    Lifelong Learning: Rhetoric or Reality.

Prof. Bernard T Harrison, Edith Cowan University, Churchlands, Western Australia: Co-authors - Assoc. Prof. Gary Partington, Korungkurl Katitjin School, Dr John Godfrey, Dr Mort Harslett and Ms Kay Richer, Edith Cowan University, Mount Lawley Campus, Western Australia,
    Getting it right for Aboriginal students: Paths to partnership in learning.

Russell Higgs and Claire Higgs, Warrenbridge Primary School, via Baddaginnie, Victoria
    Raising Children's Self Esteem Through Innovative Educational Programs: Achieving the Above Using Gardner's Theory of "7 Intelligences" in an Integrated Curriculum.

Lynne Hill, International Education Agency of Papua New Guinea,
    Professional Development in a Cross-Cultural Setting - Christine Stores, Lynne Hill and Joan Conway.

Salim Hiziroglu, Department of Forestry, East Lansing, Michigan, USA,
    Development of Wood Technology Education Curriculum in Malaysia.

His-Chi Hsiao, Department of Industrial Education, National Changhua University of Education, Changhua City, Taiwan,
    The Development of Self-Paced Learning Package for Vocational Training in Taiwan - His-Chi Hsiao, Chih-feng Chuang and Dr Chih-Yang Chao.

Mrs Kate Hutcheson, School of Accounting, Curtin University of Technology, Perth Western Australia,
    Incorporating Generic Skills Into the Curriculum - A Major Project of Curtin Business School.

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Hairuzila Idrus, Mara Institute of Technology, Shah Alam, Malaysia,
    - Peer Reviewing: A Challenging Task for Advanced Students. - Suzana Meor Abdul Aziz and Hairuzila Idrus.
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Public Speaking: An Unattainable Art? - Suzana Meor Abdul Aziz and Hairuzila Idrus.

Vangelis Intzidis: Dr. Helene Karantzola - Linguist, Center Of Greek Language; Vangelis Intzidis - Educational Linguist, Institution of Education and Culture, Spetses, Athens, Greece.
    Multiliteracies-Multimodalities Projects in Teaching Language across the Curriculum in Greece - Dr. Helene Karantzola and Vangelis Intzidis.

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Dr Anne Jasman, The Australian Institute of Education, Division of Social Sciences, Humanities and Education, Murdoch University, Western Australia.
    Improving the status of teachers: a career path to reward and recognise classroom teachers.

Dr Anne Jobling, Faculty of Education, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Australia,
    Learning to Teach in Inclusive Classrooms - Dr Chris Forlin, Prof. Petra Engelbrecht, Dr Annemaree Carroll, Dr Anne Jobling.

Dr David Johnson, Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol, UK,
    (paper).

Dr Evelyn Johnson, Learning, Research and Professional Development, Methodist Ladies College, Kew, Victoria, Australia,
    Implementing the inclusive curriculum.

Dr Richard Johnson, Deakin University, Australia, (45 min. paper),
    GLOW: Good Learning On the World wide web.

Glenda Jorgensen, HEADS TOGETHER - Private Consultancy, Dalby, Queensland, Australia,
    RAPT in Reading - Beth Wood and Glenda Jorgensen.

Satria Arjuna Julaihi, Faculty of Cognitive Science and Human Development, University Malaysia, Sarawak, Kota Samarahan, Malaysia,
    UNIMAS Assertive Inventory Behaviour: A Model in Implementing a Toll for On-Line Educational Testing in Multiple Choice Question Test - Mr Mohd. Razali Othman and Mr Satria Arjuna Julaihi,

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Marilyn Kairouz, St Columba's College, Essendon, Victoria.
    Transforming Schools into Learning Communities of the Third Millennium - Marilyn Kairouz & Vicki Watson.

Dr. Helene Karantzola - Linguist, Center Of Greek Language; Vangelis Intzidis - Educational Linguist, Institution of Education and Culture, Spetses, Athens, Greece.
    Multiliteracies-Multimodalities Projects in Teaching Language across the Curriculum in Greece - Dr. Helene Karantzola and Vangelis Intzidis.

Ms Sarjit Kaur, School of Humanities, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia,
    Problems in Assessing Proficiency in English among Foreign Postgraduate Students.

Ms Sarjit Kaur, School of Humanities, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia,
    The English Reading Habits of ELLS students in Universiti Sains Malaysia - Ms Sarjit Kaur and Ms Rosy Thiagarajah.

Marilyn Kell, Faculty of Education, Language and Community Services, RMIT University.
    Exposing some myths surrounding literacy and unemployment

Dr Clayton Keller, University of Minnesota, Duluth,
    Internationalising preservice teacher education: Use of Internet conferencing to promote greater awareness of cultural differences - Dr Chris Forlin, Dr Clayton Keller and Dr Ragnar Thygesen.

John King, Australian Council For Educational Research [ACER], Camberwell, Victoria
    Assessment at the Chalkface - Trends for the Practitioner

Dr Koo Yew Lie, Fakulti Pengajian Bahasa, UKM, Bangi, Malaysia,
    'Malaysia boleh' - engaging multicultural voices in multiple spaces: some exploratory concepts.

Irina Krassavtseva, University of Belrus, Minsk, Belrus.
    Influence of the mass communication system on the processes of reading.

Siva Prasanna Krishnan, Head of Department for Languages, Sekolah Menengah Batu Gajah, Jalan Tanjung Tualang, Perak, (45 min. paper),
    The Art of Story Telling/Writing.

Hariharan N. Krishnasamy, SBPS, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Sintok, Kedah, Malaysia,
    Culture and Learning: A cross-cultural comparative study on learning style preferences - Hariharan N. Krishnasamy and Syaharom Abdullah.


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