RMIT University

Melbourne, Australia
5-9 July 2000

LEaRNing Conference 2000

About the Conference

About the Venue

Conference Themes

Keynote Speakers

Papers & Workshops


'How To' Workshops

Book Launches

Desert Aboriginal Community
Learning Experience

Rainforest Aboriginal Community
Learning Experience

Call for Papers

International Participants

Australian Participants

Publication of Papers


About Melbourne, Victoria







Keynote Speakers

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Professor Howard Gardner
Graduate School of Education, Harvard University, USA
Education for Understanding
Professor Mary Kalantzis
Dean, Faculty of Education, Language and Community Services, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia.
What are the 'Basics' of Learning for the Future? Changing Roles for Teachers
Dr Eleni Karantzola
Center for the Greek Language, Athens, Greece
Educating the Educators through New Technologies: Mode, Medium and Meaning
Dr Stephen May
Sociology Department, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
Towards Critical Multiculturalism: Setting the Agenda for the 21st Century
Professor Peter McLaren
Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Neo-liberalism and the End of Politics: Towards a Contraband Pedagogy
Associate Professor Martin Nakata
Director, Aboriginal Research Institute, University of South, Australia, Adelaide, Australia
Indigenous Education in the New Millennium
Assoc. Professor Ambigapathy Pandian
School of Humanities, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia
The English Language Industry in Malaysia
Professor Fazal Rizvi
RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
Professor Robin Usher
RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia


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