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Draft Program - June 2001

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WEDNESDAY 4 JULY
3.00pm - 7.00pm Registration
   7.30pm - 10.00pm
Conference Opening
MC: Prof. Gella Varnava-Skoura
7.30pm Welcome by University of Athens representative
7.50pm Opening Address
8.10pm Overview of Conference Themes
Mary Kalantzis
, Dean, Faculty of Education, Language and Community Services, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
8.40pm Plenary 1
George Tsiakalos,
Professor of Education, Department of Primary Education, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
The Promise of Pedagogy
9.00pm Plenary 2
Pippa Stein
, Department of Applied English Language Studies, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa, and Denise Newfield, Department of English, Faculty of Arts, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa
9.20pm Plenary 3
James Paul Gee
, Tashia Morgridge Chair in Reading, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
9.40pm Performance


Wednesday 4 July

Thursday 5 July

Friday 6 July

Saturday 7 July

Sunday 8 July

 

THURSDAY 5 JULY
8.00-9.00 Registration
9.00-10.05 WORKSHOPS and PAPERS - GROUP 1 - THURSDAY 5 JULY
  9.00-9.30 (30min. Papers) GROUP 1 A 9.35-10.05 (30min. Papers) GROUP 1 B
RM 1 George S. Ypsilandis
ESP Teacher, University of Macedonia, Greece
Greece (English Language Presentation)
Computer and Teacher Role(s) in the Language Classroom
Eleni Karatzola
Linguist , Center for the Greek Language
Greece (English Language Presentation)
Family-School-Community: Redefining the Roles
RM 2 Haralambos Sakonidis, Hara Dafermou, Anna Klothou, Eleftheria Bassayianni, Despoina Nika
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
Support Programs in Teaching and Learning : Towards Autonomous Learning in Nursery and Primary Education - Language and Mathematics
Dr Bessie Mitsikopoulou
Lecturer, School of Philosophy, Faculty of English Studies, University of Athens, Greece
Dr Angeliki Tzanne
Lecturer, School of Philosophy, Faculty of English Studies, University of Athens, Greece
Developing Academic Literacies Through Self-study Material
RM 3 Pat Grant
Lecturer, University of South Australia
Shaping New Kinds of Citizens: What Can We Learn from Analysing Historical English Curriculum Documents?
Professor John Duffy
Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of Notre Dame, USA
Primitives and Pencils: The Social Construct of "Preliteracy"
RM 4 Lucia Thesen
Coordinator, Language Development Gp, Academic Development Programme, Centre for Higher Education Development, University of Cape Town, South Africa
Cultural Capital and Metalanguage for Visual Literacy: a University Case Study
Dr MaryAnn Bin-Sallik
Dean of College, College of Indigenous Education and Research, University of South Australia, Australia
Combating Racism in the Professions: An Australian Case Study
RM 5 Dr Adonica Schultz Aune, Ph.D.
Adjunct Professor, University of Minnesota, Crookston, Center of Learning Foundations, USA
English Education and Communication Studies: Ambiguity in the International Aviation Airway
Raymond Mow-chiu Chan
Senior Instructor, Department of Education Studies, Faculty of Social Science, The Hong Kong Baptist University
Proposed Education Programme to Promote Cultural Harmonic Environment in Schools of Hong Kong
RM 6 Sister Lettedenghil Ogbamicael
Ph.D student, The University of Bristol, Graduate School of Education, England
Gender Difference in Learning Achievement in Eritrean Secondary Schools, with Emphasis on Science
Dr. Lourdes Diaz Soto
Professor of Education, College of Education, The Pennsylvania State University, Pennsylvania, USA
The Politics of English as a Colonial Language
RM 7 Juliet Perumal
Lecturer, Department of Education, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
Demythologising the Metaphors We Teach By
Dr Helen Timperley
Senior Lecturer, School of Education, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Changing Teachers' Expectations About the Achievement of Low Income Children
RM 8 Dr. Agnes Quiñones
Education Consultant, Connecticut State Department of Education-Technical High Schools, Middletown, Connecticut, USA
Cognitive and Affecting Assessment of Teachers' Collaborative Literacy Curriculum Development Process
Helen Miller
Teacher, Yuendumu C.E.C, via Alice Springs, NT, Australia
Belinda Lloyd
Teacher Linguist, Yuendumu C.E.C, via Alice Springs, NT, Australia
Michael Harries
Principal, Yuendumu C.E.C, via Alice Springs, NT, Australia
Beyond the Dominant Paradigm
RM 9 Dr Elizabeth Warren
Senior Lecturer, Australian Catholic University, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Janelle Young
Australian Catholic University, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Literacy and Numeracy in the Home: Parents Supporting Children's Learning
Tim Shortis
Researcher: Interactive Education, Graduate School of Education, Bristol University, United Kingdom
'New Literacies' and Emerging Forms: Text Messaging on Mobile Phones
RM 10   Barbara Matthews
Senior Lecturer, Primary (Elementary) Teacher Education Auckland College of Education, New Zealand
The Future of the Past: Oral and Visual Literacy and the New Zealand Curriculum
RM 11

 

 

 
  9.00-10.00 (60min. Workshops) GROUP 1 C
RM 12 Maria Zografou-Tsantaki
Greece (English or Greek Language Presentation)
Literacy Activities in Preschool Education: New Approach and Reality
RM 13 Dr Pat Broadhead
Department of Educational Studies, University of York, North Yorkshire, England
Promoting Cooperative Play; Creating and Sustaining Contexts for Lifelong Sociability and Partnered Problem-solving
RM 14 Sue Muller
Director, The Learning Workshop Pty Ltd, Queensland, Australia
Cathrena Mcrae
Director, The Learning Workshop Pty Ltd, Queensland, Australia
Juggling Multiple Identities: Maximising The Learning Experiences of Remote Indigenous Soldiers
10.10-11.15 WORKSHOPS and PAPERS - GROUP 2 - THURSDAY 5 JULY
  10.10-10.40 (30min. Papers) GROUP 2 A 10.45-11.15 (30min. Papers) GROUP 2 B
RM 1 Andreas Brouzos,
Nikolaos Hatziorfanos
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
Factors Facilitating and Constraining Learning in the University: Students Views
Gella Varnava-Skoura,
Dimitris Vergidis
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
RM 2 Dr Efthalia Konstantinidou
Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Preschool Education, School of Pedagogy of Florina, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Florina, Greece
Reconsidering the Constitution of School Historical Knowledge: The Greek History Schoolbooks as Texts of National Identity
Emmanouel Koliadis
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
RM 3 Dr Miguel Baptista Nunes
Lecturer, Department of Information Studies
Sheffield, United Kingdom
Maggie McPherson
Sheffield, United Kingdom
Networked Information Communication Literacy Skills (NICLS): New Learning Skills for E-Learning Environments
Dr Olusegun Sogunro
Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Leadership, Central Connecticut State University, Connecticut, USA
The Challenge of Developing Africa: The Implications of Educating African Illiterates
RM 4 Sally Hansen
Lecturer in Education, Arts and Languages Department, College of Education, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand
Boys and Writing: Reluctance? Reticence? or Rebellion?
Diane Hansford
Lecturer, School of Curriculum Studies, Faculty of Education, Health and Professional Studies, University of New England, New South Wales, Australia
Implementing Policies for Educational Disadvantage in Rural Australian Schools: Beyond Culturalist Frameworks
RM 5 Dr Melinda Schoenfeldt, Professor
Dr Linda Martin, Professor
Ball State University, Department of Elementary Education, Teachers College, Muncie, Indiana, USA
Study Abroad: Preparing Preservice Teachers for a Culturally Diverse Classroom
Professor Salome Schulze
Associate Professor, Department of Further Teacher Education, University of South Africa
Teaching Old Dogs new Tricks: New Ways of Learning for Teacher Education?
RM 6 Mark Stoney
Senior Lecturer, Justice & Business Law, Edith Cowan University, Western Australia
Dr Sue Stoney
Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Business and Public Management, Edith Cowan, University, Western Australia
Legal Obligations When Using the Internet in Teaching and Learning
Sylvia Wilson
PhD Student, University of British Columbia, Faculty of Education/Dept of Curriculum Studies, Vancouver BC, Canada
Exploring Loss: A Visual Journey
RM 7 Dr Lorraine Frost
Professor, Faculty of Education, Nipissing University, Ontario, Canada
Test Bias and First Nations Students
Dr Craig Zimitat
Lecturer, Griffith Institute for Higher Education, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Students' Changing Perceptions of Teaching and Learning in the Transition from a Traditional to an Online Curriculum
RM 8 Professor Nic Lessing
Department of Business Management, Rand Afrikaans University, Auckland Park, South Africa
Case Method VS. Traditional Lecture Method: A Paradigm Shift
Dr Martyn Wild
Director, We-B Research Centre, Management Information Systems, Edith Cowan University, Western Australia
The 10 myths of Online Education
RM 9 Dr Annette Baturo
Lecturer in Mathematics Education, Centre for Mathematics and Science Education
Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Middle School Students' Acquisition of the Multiplicative Relationship Between Place Value Positions in the Decimal Number System
Alec Couros
Coordinator of Instructional Technologies, Faculty of Education, University of Regina, Canada
Preparing Teachers for the Information Age: Challenges of Faculty and Instructors in a Preservice Teacher Education Program
RM 10 David Lloyd
Lecturer, School of Education, University of South Australia
The Use of a Guided Fantasy to Explore Student Expectations of Futures
Veronica Volkoff
Co-Director, Post Compulsory Education and Training Research Centre, Faculty of Education, Language and Community Services, RMIT University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Jane Perry
Vocational Education and Training Programs, Australia
Learning on the Road: Building Expertise for Work in Globalised Contexts
RM 11

 

 

 
  10.10-11.10 (60min. Workshops) GROUP 2 C
RM 12 Eleni Hodolidou
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
Young Readers'Cyberkids: from the World of Books into the World of Media, Rock, Comics and Internet
RM 13 Professor Margaret McNamara
Co-Director Reading and Literacy Program, Bank Street College of Education, New York, USA
Professor Rena Rice
Coordinator of Training, Institute for Child Care Continuum, Bank Street College of Education, New York, USA
" Read Me a Story, Please!": The Role of Parents, Guardians and Caregivers in Children's Literacy Development
RM 14 Mary Sherwood
SNSS Support, NSW Childcare Inclusion Support Service, New South Wales, Australia
Tessy Panta
Coordinator, Fairfield Children's Resource and Support Service
Benefits of Inclusion: The Winners and Losers!
11.15-11.45 MORNING TEA
11.45-12.50 WORKSHOPS and PAPERS - GROUP 3 - THURSDAY 5 JULY
  11.45-12.15 (30min. Papers) GROUP 3 A 12.20-12.50 (30min. Papers) GROUP 3 B
RM 1 Chrysavgi Manthou
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
Adults Literacy as Life Experience
Foteini Fragoulidou
Greece (English Language Presentation)
How Sites Designed by Children and Sites Designed by Adults Address Children's Ideas about Childhood and Education
RM 2 Dr Dimitris Koutsogiannis
Researcher, Centre for the Greek Language, Thessaloniki, Greece
Computer Literacy in its Cultural Context
Dr Athanasios Kontaxis
Teacher, Information Manager, Knowsys AE, TEE AG. Paraskevis, Athens, Greece
The Adoption of Internet at Work: The Case of Greek Engineers
RM 3 Angelina Weenie
Lecturer, Department of Indian Education, Saskatchewan Indian Federated College, Canada
A Study of Resiliency in First Nations' Post-Secondary Education Students
Deborah Soccio
Program Manager, Program of Adult Basic Education, Victoria University, Victoria, Australia
Flexible Delivery and the Adult Basic Education Learner
RM 4 Dr Christina Argyropoulou
Symboulos P.I., Paidagogical Institute, Athens, Greece
H Didaskalia Ths Logotexnias Sthn Epoxh Ths Pagosmiopoihshs/ Teaching Literature in the Age of Globalisation
Sharon Rich
Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada
Adele Woolfe
Faculty of Education, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada
From a Distance: Creating Virtual Learning Communities
RM 5 Dr Clifford Da Costa
Senior Lecturer, Department of Statistics & Operations Research, Faculty of Applied Science, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Victoria, Australia
An Integrated Multimedia Approach to Learning a Statistical Topic Called One-Way Analysis of Variance in Nursing Research
Dr Mohammed Sani Bin Ibrahim
Lecturer, Faculty of Education, National University of Malaysia, National University of Malaysia, Selangor, Malaysia
Reinventing the Management of Homework in Schools Towards Improving Pupils' Academic Achievement
RM 6 Eela Govender
Principal, North West Community College Inc, New South Wales, Australia
Learning and Empowerment for an Educative Workplace
Phil Nanlohy
University of Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Engagement in an On-line Learning Community
RM 7 Dr Lida Triantafillidou
Research Associate, Center of Intercultural Education, University of Athens, Greece
Immigrant Students in the Greek School System
Dr Stefan Neubert
Department of Pedagogy, University of Cologne
The Ethnocentric View: Constructivism and the Practice of Intercultural Discourse
RM 8 Dr Robert DeHaan
Professor, Health Science Guides Program, Department of Cell Biology, Emory University, Georgia, USA
An Interactive Adventure Game in Brain Biology for Teenagers
Alice Armenopoulos
Assistant Student Services, Footscray City College, Melbourne, Australia
Maria Pettas
Assistant Middle School Co-ordinator, Footscray City College, Melbourne, Australia
Vicki Tentzoglidis
Assistant Junior School Co-ordinator, Footscray City College, Melbourne, Australia
Nurturing Challenging Students in an Urban School
RM 9 Paul Lucas
Lecturer, School of Information Systems, Curtin University of Technology,
A survey of Learning Styles in an Intra and International context
Jessica Smith
Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Presenting for Maureen Wilson
Community Participation in Curriculum Design: A Central American Experience
RM 10 Dr Gwendolyn Sands
Deputy Principal, Sunshine Beach State School, Queensland, Australia
Building Capacity for Improving Student Outcomes Through Sustainable Leadership-In-Process
Bernice Melville
Project Officer, RCVET, Faculty of Education, University of Technology, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
The Formation of In-Depth Interviewers as Socio/Culturally Sensitive Beings
   11.45-12.45 (60min. Workshops) GROUP 3 C
RM 11 Dr Heather Fehring
Senior Lecturer, School and Early Childhood Education Department, Faculty of Education, Language and Community Services, RMIT, Victoria, Australia
Professor Marie Emmitt
Head, School of Social and Cultural Studies in Education, Deakin University Australia
Global Postgraduates: The Changing Nature of Postgraduate Supervision
RM 12 Anna Iordanidou, Kalliopi Kyrdi, Kostas Magos, Maria Poulopoulou
Greece (English Language Presentation)
"With Ahmet and Angela, from Alpha to Omega" The New Books for Teaching Greek as a Second Language to Muslim Minority Schools of Thrace
RM 13 Dr Kathleen O'Reilly-Scanlon
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Still on Our Mind: A Workshop on Memory-work and Self-study
RM 14 Kay Boulden
Manager, Partners for Success Strategy, Education Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Denise Turnbull
Literacy Project Officer, Partners for Success Strategy, Education Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
School-community Partnerships: New Learning for New Times
12.50-1.55 WORKSHOPS and PAPERS - GROUP 4 - THURSDAY 5 JULY
  12.50-1.20 (30min. Papers) GROUP 4 A 1.25-1.55 (30min. Papers) GROUP 4 B
RM 1 Evangelos Intzidis
Greece (English Language Presentation)
Lifelong Learning: Rethinking the Basic Skills in Adult Education
Maria Papadopoulou
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
Multimodality as an Access to Writing for Pre-School Children
RM 2 Associate Professor Kuldip Kaur
Lecturer, Faculty of Education, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The Plan is Mightier than the Rod: Teacher Trainees' Characterization of Literacy and Values Education
Dr Helen R. Abadiano
Associate Professor, Department of Reading and Language Arts, Central Connecticut State University, USA
Dr Catherine Kurkjian
Associate Professor, Department of Reading and Language Arts, Central Connecticut State University, USA
Computer-Based Text Analysis: An Alternative to Qualitative Discourse Analysis?
RM 3 Dr Jo Milne-Home
Lecturer, School of Lifelong Learning & Educational Change, University of Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Revisiting the Work of Vera Rubins and Marissa Zavalloni in Trinidad and Tobago: 30 Years On
Peter Mak
Lecturer, Department of Creative Arts, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong
Learning to Write in a Foreign Language: Some of the Often Ignored but Crucial Processes
RM 4 Dr Mary Kay Rummel
Associate Professor, Department of Education, University of Minnesota, Duluth, U.S.A
Elizabeth Quintero
Associate Professor, Department of Education, University of Minnesota, Duluth, U.S.
Critical Literacy and Global Borderland Communities
Megan Pattrick-Rolf
Lecturer, The Unaipon School, University of South Australia, Adelaide, South Australia
Transcending the Physical - Exploring Learning and Teaching Partnerships with Flexible / Distance Students
RM 5 Maryann Brown
Lecturer, School of Education, University of Ballarat, Victoria, Australia
Virtual Mentoring - A Story of a New Way of Learning
Dr Sandra Reid
JI Division Chair, Faculty of Education, Nipissing University, Ontario, Canada
Music: An Old Discipline and a New 'Basic'
RM 6 Professor Michael Peters
Research Professor, School of Education, University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Globalisation and the Knowledge Economy: Implications for Education Policy
Jenny Wajsenberg
Campus Principal, Wesley College, Victoria, Australia
But Will the Horse Drink? Inherent Leadership Dilemmas in Empowering Teachers
RM 7 Tim Walker
Drama Teacher, Lynwood Senior High School, Perth, Western Australia
2001: A Cyberspace Odyssey - A Return to New Territory
Kathy Broadley
Senior Lecturer, Learning and Teaching Department, College of Education, Massey University, New Zealand
Guy Broadley
Senior Lecturer, Learning and Teaching Department, College of Education, Massey University, New Zealand
Distance Learners and the New Educational Technologies: Promise and Practice
RM 8 Eliane Rubinstein-Avila
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Dept. of Teaching & Teacher Education, College of Education, University of Arizona, USA
Literacy Practices Among Latino Immigrant Students in the U.S. at the Cusp of a New Millennium
Dr Wilma Vialle
Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Education, University of Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
Profiles of Effective Teachers
RM 9 Lillian Holt
Director, Centre for Indigenous Education, University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Honouring the Holistic through Humour, Honesty, Humanity and Heresy!
Karimah Adisa Thomas
Lecturer, Secondary Education, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, USA
Perceptions of Diversity Among On-Campus Undergraduate Students, Undergraduate Faculty and Administrators in Higher Education
RM 10 Marianne Grey
Lecturer, Higher Education School of Business, Swinburne University of Technology, Victoria, Australia
Breaching the Wall: Posters as a Pathway to Cultural Literacy
 
  12.50-1.50 (60min. Workshops) GROUP 4 C
RM 11 Professor Eileen Westerman
Clinical Instructor, Department of Curriculum & Instruction, College of Education, University of Houston, Texas, USA
Teaching New Teachers: The Use of Critical Thinking in Performance Assessment
RM 11 Dr. Maria Tzevelekou, Stefanos Paschalis, Vichy Chondroyianni
Greece (English Language Presentation)
Computer Assisted Second Language Learning: A Multimedia Interactive Environment for Teaching Greek as a Second Language
RM 13 Leonie Arthur
Lecturer, School of Education and Early Childhood Studies, College of Arts, Education and Social Sciences, University of Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Popular Culture, Critical Literacy and Young Children
RM 14 Dr Kieran Egan
Professor, Faculty of Education, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Dr Geoffrey Madoc-Jones
Professor, Faculty of Education, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Dr Jean Warburton
Executive. Assistant, Faculty of Education, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Roles of Imagination in Learning
2.00pm LUNCH
2.00-3.30 Garden Conversations
1. Mary Kalantzis
2. George Tsiakalos
3. Pippa Stein and Denise Newfield
4. James Paul Gee
3.30 Afternoon Tea
  Afternoon: Free
7.30 - 10.00pm

Plenary Session

MC: Prof. Mary Kalantzis

7.30 pm Plenary
1 Gunther Kress, Professor of Education, Institute of Education, University of London, UK7.50 - Plenary
2 Warren Crichlow, Professor of Education, York University, Toronto, Canada  8.10 - Plenary
3 Vasilis Koulaidis, Professor of Natural Science, Department of Primary Education University of Patras, and Vice President of the Center for Educational ResearchTowards a Framework for School Textbook Analysis8.30 - Plenary
4 Sarah Michaels, Professor of Education, and Richard Sohmer Jacob Hiatt Center for Urban Education, Clark University, Massachusetts, USA, "A Page So Big No One Can Fall Off": Intersubjectivity and Apprenticeship in an After-School Science Program for At-Risk Middle School Students 8.50 - Plenary
5 Donaldo Macedo, Professor of English, University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA, The Ideological Construction of Language and Culture

   9.10 pm Performance


Wednesday 4 July

Thursday 5 July

Friday 6 July

Saturday 7 July

Sunday 8 July

 

FRIDAY 6 JULY
8.00-9.00 Registration
9.00-10.05 WORKSHOPS and PAPERS - GROUP 5 - FRIDAY 6 JULY
  9.00-9.30 (30min. Papers) GROUP 5 A 9.35-10.05 (30min. Papers) GROUP 5 B
RM 1 Anastasia Vlachou
Lefkothea Kortassidou
Greece (English Language Presentation)
Inclusive learning Initiatives: From Policy to School Implementation
Hara Dafermou
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
Learning Before Teaching and the Repulsion of Learning in School: The Case of Reading and Writing
RM 2 Patrizia Fattor
Education Support Services Coordinator, Parade College, Victoria, Australia
Literacy for the Boys
Patrizia Fattor is the Coordinator of Educational Support Services at Parade
Fotini Kossyvaki
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
Teaching and Learning in the Current School Reality: Perceptions and Practices of Teachers
RM 3 Dr Lance Bedwell
Professor, Coastal Carolina University, USA
Dr Gilbert Hunt
Interim Dean, Coastal Carolina University, USA
Standards-Based Educational Reform
Mohd Azul Mohamad Salleh
Lecturer, Faculty of Information Technology, Universiti Tun Abdul Razak, Selangor, Malaysia
Multimedia Presentation System (MPS) Support for Learning and Teaching in Virtual Environment
RM 4 Professor Tom J Cooper
Head of School, Centre of Mathematics and Science Education, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Dr Annette R Baturo
Centre for Mathematics and Science Education, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Comparing Concrete and Virtual Materials with Respect to Mathematics Learning
Professor Ansie Lessing
Professor, Department Educational Studies, University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa
Tanya Holz
Psychologist at a remedial school
Aid to the Teacher to Cope With the Attention Deficit Learner in the New Inclusive Education Set Up in South Africa
RM 5 Lesley Emanuel
University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
A Multiliteracies Project: Designing Enterprising Futures
Dr Jean Searle
Senior Lecturer, School of Vocational, Technology & Arts Education, Faculty of Education, Griffith University, Queensland, Australia
Constructing Literacies in the New Work Order
RM 6 Master in Human Sciences Cecilia Silva
Teacher of Language, Department of Educational System Technology, School of Graduates, Faculty of Human Sciences, Osaka University, Japan
Elicitation of Powerful Concepts in the Framework of Media Literacy
Paul Hansen
Senior Lecturer, Massey University College of Education, Palmerston North, New Zealand
Going Potty - A Case Study
RM 7 Rob McPhee
Lecturer, Centre for Aboriginal Studies, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia
Roz Walker
Curtin Indigenous Research Centre, Centre for Aboriginal Studies, Perth, Western Australia
Citizens for a New World: Education for Negotiating and Transforming Social Realities
Dr Carolyn Mathews
Researcher, University of South Australia, School of Education, South Australia
Pat Grant

University of South Australia, School of Education, South Australia
What Constitutes Effective Professional Development for Literacy Teachers?
RM 8 Dr Consuella Lewis
Assistant Professor, Rowan University, Educational Leadership Department, New Jersey, UK
James Coaxum, III Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Rowan University, Educational Leadership Department, New Jersey, UK
New Constructions of Leadership for Higher Education Organizations
Dr Nicholas Faraclas
Senior Lecturer, University of Papua New Guinea
From Alpha to Omega: Subverting Fundamentalist Education Reforms to Create New Pedagogies for Resistance in Papua New Guinea
RM 9 Professor Michael Singh
Head of Department, Department of Language & International Studies RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
Multilingual Applications and Possibilities with Digital Technology: Retooling Human Interaction, Knowledge Production and Reflection
Harold Beck
Curriculum Coordinator, Bright P-12 College, Victoria, Australia
Videoconferencing: The Road to Nhill
RM 10 Gloria Tang
Associate Professor, Department of Language and Literacy Education, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
On-line Graduate Courses: ESL Students' Perception
Mr Mogami Phil Rakgokong
South Africa
A Comparative Study of Literacy between Boys and Girls of South Africa
  9.00-10.00 (60min. Workshops) GROUP 5 C
RM 11 Laura Brearley
Lecturer, Faculty of Education, Language and Community Services, RMIT University, Victoria, Australia
An Invitation to Engage with Creative Forms of Data Representation
RM 12 Kostas Chrysafidis
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
Project Method in Early Childhood Education
RM 13 Dr Marion Porath
Professor, Faculty of Education, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Dr Judy Lupart
Professor The University of Calgary, Canada
Dr Lorraine Wilgosh
Professor, The University of Alberta, Canada
Shaping Personal Identity: The Roles of Gender, Competence, and Social Context
RM 14 Dr Dorothy Andrews
Lecturer, Faculty of Education, University of Southern Queensland, Australia
Re-imaging Schools: New Ways of Working in Schools of the Future
10.10-11.15 WORKSHOPS and PAPERS - GROUP 6 - FRIDAY 6 JULY
  10.10-10.40 (30min. Papers) GROUP 6 A 10.45-11.15 (30min. Papers) GROUP 6 B
RM 1 Lida Triantafillidou,
Spyridoula Varlokosta
Greece (English Language Presentation)
Immigrant Students in the Greek School System
Sophia Vouri
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
RM 2 Vanessa Li
Lecturer, Department of Creative Arts, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong
An Experimental Study on the Effects of Art Appreciation on Chinese Writing Ability in Primary 3 Pupils in Hong Kong
Maria Karnezou
Greece (English Language Presentation)
Education in Science and Technology Museums: Teachers' Practices
RM 3 Dr Richard Hartnett
Professor, Higher Education Administration, West Virginia University, USA
The Future of the American University and the Changing Nature of Work in Higher Education
Dr Halia Silins
Associate Professor, School of Education, Flinders University, South Australia
Professor Bill Mulford
Faculty of Education, University of Tasmania, Australia
Reframing Schools: The Case for System, Teacher and Student Learning
RM 4 Pinky Makoe
Lecturer, University of the Witwatersrand, Department of Applied English Language Studies, (Wits Multiliteracies Research Project), South Africa
"Newsstories": Children's Storytelling Practices in Post-apartheid South Africa
Keith Bishop
Department of Education, University of Bath, United Kingdom
Sue Martin
Department of Education, University of Bath, United Kingdom
The Influence of Assessment on the Development of Transferable Skills in Formal Assessment: Is a Schizoid Outcome Inevitable?
RM 5 Mona El-Ayoubi
Lecturer, Faculty of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Northern Territory University, Australia
Cultural Studies in the Virtual World of Learning
Dr Rob McCormack
Senior Lecturer, Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education, Northern Territory, Australia
Back to the 3R's: Reading, Writing, Rhetoric
RM 6 Dr Jack Cole
Adjunct Professor, Johns Hopkins University School for Business and Professional Studies, Maryland, USA
Learning in the Workplace and Classroom - There's No Choice Anymore (It's Both Ways)
Dr Barbara Palmer
Professor, Reading and Language Arts, Department of Educational Theory and Practice, Florida State University, Florida, USA
Regan Rancourt
Doctoral Candidate, Florida State University, Florida, USA
The Effects of Direct Instruction with Ongoing Scaffolding for Web-Page Development on Writing Performance and Reading Ability with Upper-Elementary School Children
RM 7 Dr Don Collins
Professor, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Dr Heather Coleman
Associate Professor, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Transfer of Learning
Barbara Toepfer
Deputy of the Institute, Schulberatungsstelle Globales Lernen in der Einen Welt Pädagogisches Institut Falkenstein Hessisches Landesinstitut für Pädagogik, Germany
Learning and Acting in a Worldwide Economic and Social Context: Global Learning in Vocational Training and Adult Education
RM 8 Dr Cherie Swanepoel
Senior Lecturer University of Pretoria, South Africa
The Use of the Metaphor as Therapeutic Aid with Learners Experiencing Communication Problems
Gray Clayton
Senior Lecturer, School of Education, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand
The Presentation Project: Developing Competencies for Learning for the Future
RM 9 Vicki Watson
Head of Special Education, St. Columba's College, Essendon, Victoria, Australia
Marilyn Kairouz
St. Columba's College, Essendon, Victoria, Australia
Student Learning and Information Processing in the Knowledge Age: Can Strategic Teaching Heighten Metacognitive Awareness and the Application of Thinking Skills?
Kathy Lynch
Lecturer, Faculty of Information Technology, School of Information Management & Systems, Monash University, Victoria, Australia
Helen Warnod
Camberwell Primary School, Victoria, Australia
Gardner/Blooms. A Matrix in Practice
RM 10 Dr Adams Bodomo
Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics, University of Hong Kong
Carmen Lee
M.Phil Student, Department of Linguistics, University of Hong Kong
Changing Forms of Language and Literacy in the Information Age
 
  10.10-11.10 (60min. Workshops) GROUP 6 C
RM 11 Julian Silverman
Department of Social and Community Services, RMIT University, Victoria, Australia
Community Development, Education and Globalisation
RM 12 Kalliroi Papadopoulou: Presenter. E. Layiou-Lignos, C. Dimitrakaki, J. Tsiantis, Th. Dragonas, E. Athanasiadou, M. Matsouka, E. Stavrou: Co-authors.
Greece (English Language Presentation)
Training in Primary Prevention and Children's Mental Health Promotion: Development of New Skills to Respond to Community Needs
RM 13

 

     

RM 14 Maria Chakalakis
Principal, The Gap State School, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Christine Wheeler
Deputy Principal, Marsden State School, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Collaborative Partnerships to Support New Learnings
11.15-11.45 MORNING TEA
11.45-12.50 WORKSHOPS and PAPERS - GROUP 7 - FRIDAY 6 JULY
  11.45-12.15 (30min. Papers) GROUP 7 A 12.20-12.50 (30min. Papers) GROUP 7 B
RM 1 Paraskevi Golia,
Eleni Zygouri,
Anastasia Tsoleridou
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
The Use of New Technologies in Oral Hygiene Education 30min. Paper
Dr Helen Katsarou
Researcher, Evaluation Department - Pedagogical Institute of Athens
(Greek Language Presentation)
Project on Internal Evaluation and Planning at the School Unit: A Contribution to the Professional Development of the Teacher
RM 2 Dr John Hedgcock
Associate Professor, Monterey Institute of International Studies, USA
Disciplinary Knowledge and the New Teacher: Toward a Socioliterate Approach to Teacher Education
Dr Maria Nikolakaki
Greece (English Language Presentation)
Numeracy as Social Knowledge in the 21st Century
RM 3 Dr Mahzan Arshad
Lecturer, Faculty of Education, University Malaya, Malaysia
Pedagogy for Marginalized Children to Learning Malay Language
Gayle Morris
Program Coordinator, Faculty of Further Education, Northern Melbourne Institute of Technical and Further Education, Victoria, Australia
Scratching the Surface: Embodiment, Identity and Adult Literacy
RM 4 Dr Molly Travers
Senior Lecturer, Institute for Education, La Trobe University, Victoria, Australia
Training Graduate Primary Teachers in 6 Months: Can it be Done?
Dr Denice Goodrich-Liley
Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, Boise State University, Idaho, USA
Weaving Meaning in our Lives Through Story
RM 5 Dr Tang Kwok-chun
Assistant Professor, Department of Education Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
Introducing Philosophical Understanding to Secondary Mathematics Teachers: A Hong Kong Episode
Hazel Parkins
Senior Education Officer, Department of Education Queensland, Australia
The Role of Workplacements in Preparing Students in their Transition from School to Work
RM 6 Anne Davidson
Principal, Footscray City College, Victoria, Australia
Christos Tsiatis
Moreland City College-LOTE Coordinator, Victoria, Australia
Practising Multiculturalism in Schools- an Australian Perspective
Janet Baldwin
Senior Academic Staff Member, School of Teacher Education, Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology, New Zealand
Equity and Ownership through Collaboration in the Classroom
RM 7 Dr Panos Seranis
Research Associate, School of Education, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Revitalising the Learning of Latin: The Recontextualisation of Literacy Skills Online
Dr Jim Jose
Student Facilitator Study Skills, Equity & Student Access, Northern Territory University, Australia
Developing Study Skills Online
RM 8 Dr Deborah L. Lowther
Associate Professor, College of Education Instructional Design and Technology, University of Memphis, USA
Using the Basics to Achieve Exceptional Learning
Dr Rachel Williams
Assistant Professor, University of Iowa, Art Education Department, Iowa City, USA
An Experiment in Translation between Visual, Written, and Verbal text in a Women's Prison: Building The House of Bernada Alba
RM 9 Pat Johnson & Sigrid Herring
Teacher (TAFE) & Community Services Consultant, Nirimba College of TAFE, Crystal Phoenix (Community Services Consultant) and student with RMIT (M.Ed - by Research project)
Education and Opportunities - There Are Many Other Ways!!
Dr Carol Reid
Lecturer, School of Education and Early Childhood Studies, College of Arts, Humanities and Social Science, University of Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Mr Chips or Microchips?
RM 10 Dr. Georgia Zafeiriou
Researcher, Department of Information Studies, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Miguel Baptista Nunes, MSc, PhD
Lecturer, Department of Information Studies, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Students' Perceptions of Leader's Roles and Tasks during Collaborative Learning Activities: Impact on the Design of Online Collaborative Learning Environments
 
  11.45-12.45 (60min. Workshops) GROUP 7 C
RM 11 Dr Carolyn Jackson
Lecturer, Department of Educational Research, Lancaster University, United Kingdom
Dr Penny Tinkler
Department of Sociology, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
Learning to be Examined: The British PhD Examination Process
RM 12 Mary Jane McNeil
Principal, Safety Bay Senior High School, Western Australia
Christina Kemp
Safety Bay Senior High School, Western Australia
Peter Klifunis
Safety Bay Senior High School, Western Australia
Old Disciplines and the New Basics: Redesigning a Traditional Western Australian High School for New Learning
RM 13 Dr Avery Calhoun
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Dr Frank McGrath
Director, Hillhurst Counselling Centre, Alberta, Canada
Narrative Pedagogy: Uncovering Alternatives to Violence
RM 14 Rosa Garcia
Education Officer, Migration Museum, Adelaide, South Australia
The Impact of European Settlement on the Aboriginal Peoples of South Australia
12.50-1.55 WORKSHOPS and PAPERS - GROUP 8 - FRIDAY 6 JULY
  12.50-1.20 (30min. Papers) GROUP 8 A 1.25-1.55 (30min. Papers) GROUP 8 B
RM 1 Michalis Papoutsidis,
Petros Kariotoglou
Greece (English Language Presentation)
Learning in Science and Technology Museums: Expectations and Outcomes from School Visits at the Technology Museum of Thessaloniki
Anna Iordanidou
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
RM 2 Dr Gayla Rogers
Dean and Professor, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Dr Heather Coleman
Associate Professor, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
The Promise of Portfolios in Professional Education
Bernard Holkner
Senior Lecturer, Monash University, Faculty of Education, Victoria, Australia
Synchronous Communications Tools to Support Learning
RM 3 Dr Faridah Karim
Lecturer, Faculty of Education, National University Of Malaysia, Selangor, Malaysia
Basic Economics Education in Secondary Schools for the Millennium: Pedagogical Challenges - The Malaysian Case
Dr Ana Carla Migueis Amaro
PhD Student, Department of Didactics and Educational Technology
University of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal
Storytelling, Technology and Children's Literacy Development
RM 4 Dr Wally Moroz
Senior lecturer, School of Education, Edith Cowan University, Western Australia
Boys Will be Boys - Implications of Students' Perceptions of their Learning Environment
Dr Avery Calhoun
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Social Work Pedagogy for a Globalizing World
RM 5 Dr Shirley Leali
Associate Professor, Weber State University, USA
Developing Elementary Math and Science Mentors to Provide Quality Field Experiences for Prospective Elementary Math and Science Teachers
Dr Sue Stoney
Senior Lecturer, School of Management Information Systems, Edith Cowan University, Western Australia
Mark Stoney
Senior Lecturer, Justice & Business Law, Edith Cowan University, Western Australia
Promoting Student Centred Discussion in an On-line Learning Environment
RM 6 Janet Gregory
Lecturer, School of Business, Swinburne University of Technology, Victoria, Australia
Managing Culturally Diverse Small Groups at University
Maria Gravani
PhD Student, Graduate School of Education, Centre for Professional Learning and Development, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
"New Teaching" for "New Teachers": A study of Teachers' Experiences of a "New" In-service Training Programme for Teacher Development
RM 7 Marilyn Kell
Student, University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia
Working and Learning Through the Literacy Barrier
Athena Vass
VET Careers Co-ordinator, Dept. of Education, Employment and Training Victoria, Keilor Downs College, Victoria, Australia
What do Secondary Educators Need to do to Address and Resolve the Vocational and Educational Needs of Adolescent Students?
RM 8 Sarjit Kaur
Lecturer, English Studies Section, School of Humanities, Universiti Sains Malaysia
Applying Andragogical Principles to Teach Students in Higher Education
Phillip Olson
Associate Professor, University of Idaho, College of Education, Moscow, USA
Dr Jennifer Olson
College of Business, University of Idaho, College of Education, Moscow, USA
Learning Teamwork Skills: How, When, and Where?
RM 9 Allan Morgan
Principal Education Officer - Performance Measurement, Education Queensland, Fraser Cooloola Education District, Australia
Re-Igniting the Spark: A Framework and Processes for Engaging Teachers in Authentic Professional Learning
Professor Trevor Cairney
Director, Centre for Regional Research & Innovation (CRRI), University of Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
The role of Education in the Development of Communities of Learners: Laying the foundation for Knowledge-based Economies
RM 10

 

  

 
RM 11

 

 

 
  12.50-1.50 (60min. Workshops) GROUP 8 C
RM 12 Sheila Narsee
Senior Lecturer, Department of Communication, M.L. Sultan Technikon, Durban, South Africa
Developing Problem-Solving Skills Through the Group Discussion Project within a South African Tertiary, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Classroom
RM 13 Shane Williams
Director, Student Services, Queensland, Australia
Racism. No Way! An Innovation in Australian to Combating Racism in Australian Schools
RM 14 Theresa Reagan
Graduate School Instructor and Reading Clinics Director, Western Michigan University, USA
Reinventing Classroom Word Study Assessment Tools
2.00pm LUNCH
2.00 - 3.30pm Garden Conversations
1. Gunther Kress
2. Warren Crichlow
3. Vasilis Koulaidis
4. Sarah Michaels and Richard Sohmer
5. Donaldo Macedo
3.30 Afternoon Tea
  Afternoon: Free
7.30 - 10.00pm

Plenary Session
MC: Prof. Gella Varnava-Skoura

7.30 - Plenary
1 Bessie Dendrinos, Professor of Sociology of Language and Foreign Language Education, Department of English Language and Literature, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, The Marketisation of Counterdiscourses of English as a Global(ising) Language 7.50 - Plenary
2 Jim Cummins, Professor of Curriculum and Teaching, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Toronto, Canada8.10 - Plenary
3 Kris Gutierrez, Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, University of California Los Angeles, California, USA8.30 - Plenary
4 Martin Nakata, Director of the Aboriginal Research Institute, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia 8.50 - Plenary
5 Ambigapathy Pandian, Associate Professor, School of Humanities, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia New Literacies for New Persons in the New Times

  9.10 - Performance


Wednesday 4 July

Thursday 5 July

Friday 6 July

Saturday 7 July

Sunday 8 July

 

SATURDAY 7 JULY
8.00-9.00 Registration, AKSS main building entrance
9.00-10.05 WORKSHOPS and PAPERS - GROUP 9 - SATURDAY 7 JULY
  9.00-9.30 (30min. Papers) GROUP 9 A 9.35-10.05 (30min. Papers) GROUP 9 B
RM 1 Anna Tsatsaroni
Assistant Professor, Department of Early Childhood Education, University of Patras
A. Falaga, K. Ravanis
University of Patras
Greece (English Language Presentation)
Science Learning in Preschool Classrooms: A Sociological Approach
Assistant Professor Angela Yiannicopoulou
Aegean University, Department of Preschool Education, Rhodes, Greece
When the Word Meets the Picture: The Semiotics of Written text in Children's Picture Books
RM 2 Dr Nobuhiko Fujihara
Research Associate, Research Center for School Education, Naruto University of Education, Tokushima, Japan
Dr Machiko Sannomiya
Professor, Research Center for School Education, Naruto University of Education, Tokushima, Japan
Student's Personal Traits and Effectiveness of Computer-Mediated Communication in Learning
Dr Lamont Lyons
Professor, Department of Foundations, Technology and Secondary Education, Boise State University, Idaho, USA
Creating the World Anew: How Zorba and Annie Can Change Schools and the World
RM 3 Rae Clayton
ICT Adviser, School Support Services, School of Education, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand
Connected Communities: Internet Projects Based on Purposeful Learning
Professor Paul Hager
Professor of Education, Faculty of Education, University of Technology, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
The Role of Judgement in Learning
RM 4 Cathie Harrison
Lecturer, Early Childhood Education, University of Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
The Young Gifted Child and The Search For Complexity and Connection
Carolyn Broadbent
Lecturer, Australian Catholic University School of Education, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Promoting the Professional Growth of Pre-Service Teachers Through Community-Based Learning
RM 5 Dr Judy Higbee
Assistant Professor, Southern Utah University, USA
Wanda Hewes
MSW,LCSW, retired
A Win-Win Model for Lifelong Learning in Retirement
Dr Julita Hernández
Full time Tenure Professor, Academic Division of Arts and Education, Juárez Autonomous University of Mexico, Tabasco, Mexico
A Cross Cultural Longitudinal Study of the Relationship Between Mothers' Cultural Values and Creativity in Children and Adolescents
RM 6 Associate Professor Robyn Lines
Director of Teaching Quality, Educational Services Group, RMIT Business Faculty, RMIT University, Victoria, Australia
Capabilities as a Framework for Program Design: Reflections on the Design of a Bachelor of Commerce
Dr Noor Shakirah Mat Akhir
Lecturer, School of Humanities, University Science of Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia
The Purpose of Education: Rethinking
RM 7 Dr Machiko Sannomiya
Professor, Research Center for School Education, Naruto University of Education, Tokushima, Japan
Yasuhiko Mori
Curriculum Coordinator, Tomiokanisi Primary School, Tokushima, Japan
New Learning Course on How to Think: To Make Learners' Thoughts Critical and Creative
Dr David Gurr
Lecturer, Department of Education Policy and Management, Faculty of Education, The University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
School Accountability and Organisational Learning
RM 8 Donna Phillips Ryan
Education Queensland
Owning the Initiative: A Small Primary School's Implementation of Site-based 'New Learning' Processes Through an ICT Strategic Initiative Grant
Katina Zammit
Lecturer, School of Education and Early Childhood Studies, College of Arts, Education and Social Sciences, University of Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Genres in Hypermedia: What Are They? What Do They Look Like?
RM 9 Dr Timothy Blair
Professor and Head of Literacy Area, Department of Instructional Programs and Educational Leadership, College of Education, University of Central Florida, USA
Dr Vicky Zygouris-Coe
Assistant Professor, Literacy Area, University of Central Florida, USA
Balanced Literacy Programs in the Elementary Schools
Andrew François
Lead Web Designer, The Institute for Interactive Media and Learning, The University of Technology, New South Wales, Australia
Anne Bamford
Lecturer, The Institute for Interactive Media and Learning, The University of Technology, New South Wales, Australia
Generating Meaning and Visualising Ourselves: Graphic Symbolism and the Interactive Online Cartoon
RM 10 Renata Phelps
Southern Cross University, Australia
Capability versus Competency in Information Technology Education: Challenging the Learning Context for Lifelong Technological Literacy
 
  9.00-10.00 (60min. Workshops) GROUP 9 C
RM 11 Jan Connelly
Lecturer, School of Education, Southern Cross University, New South Wales, Australia
Theressa Miles
Teacher, Toomelah Primary School, New South Wales, Australia
Critical Reflections on Pedagogy, Culture and White Ethnicity 'Extracts from a Postmodern Research Excursion' The Narrative Dialogues Between White Female Teacher/Researchers as they Navigate Indigenous Educational Settings
RM 12 Evangelos Intzidis,
Eleni Karatzola
Educational Linguist - General Secretariat for Adult Education- Committee for Education of Private Teachers
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
Everyday Life Texts as Learning Texts
RM 13 Guy Merchant
School of Education, Sheffield Hallam University, England
Paul Dickinson
School of Education, Sheffield Hallam University, England
Literacy in a Virtual Learning Environment - A Case Study of Web-based Teacher Training
RM 14

 

 

10.10-11.15 WORKSHOPS and PAPERS - GROUP 10 - SATURDAY 7 JULY
  10.10-10.40 (30min. Papers) GROUP 10 A 10.45-11.15 (30min. Papers) GROUP 10 B
RM 1 Anastasia Kostaki
Greece (English Language Presentation)
Information Literacy: Learning to Learn in the 21st Century
Anastasia Dimitriou
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
"The Journey of the Water". Educational Material for Environmental Education in Early Childhood Education
RM 2 Mitra Fallahi
Director, Graduate Studies, School of Education, Saint Xavier University, Illinios, USA
Beverley Gulley
Dean of School of Education, Saint Xavier University, Illinios, USA
Cohort Programs in Teacher Certification
Beverley Oliver
Lecturer, Centre for Educational Advancement, Curtin University of Technology, Western Australia
The Effect of Web-enhanced Instruction on the Information Literacy and Self-efficacy of Beginning Undergraduates
RM 3 Penelope Tyawa
Lecturer, School of education- Specialised Education, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Inclusive Education: The Need for Alternative Teaching Styles
Dr Fong-Lok Lee
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Web Algebra Tutor: A Web-based AI-enabled Interactive Learning Environment in Algebra
RM 4 Dr Janette Griffin
Senior Lecturer, University of Technology Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
You Don't Learn in There, You Play!
Professor Cedric Cullingford
School of Education and Professional Development, University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom
The Human Experience: Case Studies in Learning
RM 5 Dr Xavier McClung
Associate Professor, Valdosta State University, USA
Web-Enhanced Courses: The Best of Both Worlds
Luciano Benedet
Curriculum Adviser, Catholic Education Office, Eastern Region, New South Wales, Australia
New Persons- New Competencies a Revival From Local to Global
RM 6 Suzanne Innes
Principal, Bowen State High School, Queensland, Australia
Education Queensland's Virtual Schooling Service- Case Study of Bowen SHS a Trial School
Dr Richard Berlach
Senior Lecturer, School of Education, Edith Cowan University, Western Australia
University Corporatisation: The Assault of Rationalism on the Human Spirit
RM 7 Alison Reynolds
Lecturer, Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology, New Zealand
Keeping the Human Touch: Building Effective Online Learning Communities
Professor Nic Lessing
Department of Business Management, Rand Afrikaans University, Auckland Park, South Africa
Cor Scheepers
Department of Business Management, Rand Afrikaans University, Auckland Park, South Africa
The Case Method Facilitating Using Technology
RM 8 Kathy Lynch
Lecturer, Faculty of Information Technology, School of Information Management & Systems, Monash University, Victoria, Australia
Adopting a Bauhaus Philosophy into the Teaching of an Undergraduate IT Degree
Mitchell Parkes
Lecturer, School of Curriculum Studies, University of New England, New South Wales, Australia
Integrating Information and Communication Technologies into Pre-service Teacher Education
RM 9 Associate Professor Barbara Craig
Director of Postgraduate studies, School of Education, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Making Connections: Using the Internet to Build Virtual Community and Offer Digital Opportunities for Low-income Families and their Children in Multicultural Neighbourhoods of New Zealand Cities
Donna Stephens
Teacher, Integrated Learning Support Unit, Barrier Reef Institute of TAFE, Townsville, Queensland, Australia
The Brain Tools Program that Constructs Brains - More Invasive than Brain Surgery
RM 10 Dr. Noriah Mohd. Ishak
Head of Department, Faculty of Education, Department of Educational Foundation, National University of Malaysia, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
Performance Scale and Emotional Intelligence: A Correlation Study Among Malaysian Children
 
  10.10-11.10 (60min. Workshops) GROUP 10 C
RM 11 Dr Wanda Alderman-Swain
Professor, College of Education and Human Services, Seton Hall University, New Jersey, USA
Pre-Service and In-Service Training with ISTE: International Society for Technology in Education
RM 12 Kostas Chrysafidis
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
Early Childhood Education Teaching Material for the Children of Different Groups of Immigrants
RM 13 Terry Ngarritjan Kessaris
Lecturer, Edith Cowan University, Western Australia
What is This Black Woman Doing Talking About White Identity?
RM 14 Christine Steeples
Lecturer, C SALT (Centre for Studies in Advanced Learning Technology) Lancaster University, Department of Educational Research, Lancaster England, UK
Designing for Effective Networked Learning in Higher Education: Purposes and Pedagogy
11.15-11.45 MORNING TEA
11.45-12.50 WORKSHOPS and PAPERS - GROUP 11 - SATURDAY 7 JULY
  11.45-12.15 (30min. Papers) GROUP 11 A 12.20-12.50 (30min. Papers) GROUP 11 B
RM 1 Pinelopi FRANTZI
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
Areti Paizanou
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
RM 2 Manolis Patsadakis
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
Learning Science as an Element of Children's Practices in the Educational Context
Dr Jennifer Olson
Associate Professor, University of Idaho, College of Education, Moscow, USA
Philip D. Olson
College of Business, University of Idaho, College of Education, Moscow, USA
Promoting Best Practice Through Inservice Training for Professionals
RM 3 Dr Jane Gilbert
Senior Lecturer, School of Education, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Developing Narrative-based Approaches to Science Education: Re-thinking an 'Old Discipline' for the 'Knowledge Age'
Assoc. Prof. Ambigapathy Pandian
School of Humanities, University of Science Malaysia, Penang
Assoc. Prof. Santhiram Raman
School of Educational Studies, University of Science Malaysia, Penang
Literacy Exposure Amongst Vernacular School Teachers
RM 4 Megan Lugg
PhD Student, School of Professional Studies, Faculty of Education, The University of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Vocational Education in Australian Schools: How Standards and Equity Compete
Dr C. Sheldon Woods
Assistant Professor, School of Education, DePaul University, USA
Community Based Science: A Service Learning Model
RM 5 R. Wildsmith-Cromarty
Applied Language Studies, School of Language, Culture and Communication, University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg
Role Reversal in the Learning and Teaching of an Additional Language
Dr Jill Murray
Head of Dept, Language Teacher Education, Institute of Languages, University of New South Wales, Australia
Teaching Communication Through Culture - But Which Culture?
RM 6 Professor Marike W de Witt
Department of Primary School Teacher Education. Faculty of Education, University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa
The Role of Inservice Professional Training
Teresa Ball
Senior Lecturer, Massey University, New Zealand
Moving On: Transitions Between Schools and Colleges of Education
RM 7 Dr Carleton Holt
Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership, University of Arkansas, USA
Dr Roland M. Smith
Assistant Professor, Graduate Education, Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA
Translating Heightened Societal Expectations Into Improved Training for School Leaders
Cathie Sherwood
Senior Lecturer, School of Computing and Information Technology, Griffith University, Queensland, Australia
Method in the Madness: A Curriculum Development Methodology for Online Learning
RM 8 Dr John Lundy
Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, Nipissing University, Ontario, Canada
Dr Alan Sparkes
Faculty of Arts, Nipissing University, Ontario, Canada
Denis Lawrence
Registrar, Nipissing University, Ontario, Canada
Equitable Access to Teacher Education for Aboriginals and Visible Minorities: A Canadian Case Study
Dr Toni Downes
Associate Professor, School of Education and Early Childhood Studies, University of Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Katina Zammit
Lecturer, School of Education and Early Childhood Studies, College of Arts, Education and Social Sciences, University of Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
The New Learning Environments Project: Scaffolding Teaching and Learning Across a Range of Mediums, Modes and Texts
RM 9 Kate Mountain
National Director, Competency Training Institute of Australia, New South Wales, Australia
Structured Learning On the Job is a Key Factor in Today's Workplaces
Angas Hopkins
Principal Research Scientist, Department of Conservation and Land Management, WA Wildlife Research Centre, Western Australia
Natural History as Core Knowledge
RM 10 Jamaludin Badusah
Lecturer, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Selangor, Malaysia
Muhammad Hussin
Faculty Of Education, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Selangor, Malaysia
The Adaptation of the E-Book in the Teaching and Learning Process : Malaysian Experience
 
  11.45-12.45 (60min. Workshops) GROUP 11 C
RM 11 Associate Professor Martin Bayer
Department of Education, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Pre-graduate and Post-graduate Workplace Learning
RM 12 Alexandra Androussou,
Nelly Askouni
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
Dealing with ´Othernessª During Initial and In-Service Teacher Training
RM 13 Helen Astarte
Curriculum Consultant- Teaching and Learning, Department of Education, Employment & Training, Northern Metropolitan Region, Victoria, Australia
Information and Communication Technologies in the Classroom. Are we in Danger of Losing Sight of the Student?
RM 14 Dr Jill Sunday Bartoli
Professor, Education and Social Work, Elizabethtown College, Pennsylvania, USA
Successful City Teaching and Learning
12.50-1.55 WORKSHOPS and PAPERS - GROUP 12 - SATURDAY 7 JULY
  12.50-1.20 (30min. Papers) GROUP 12 A 1.25-1.55 (30min. Papers) GROUP 12 B
RM 1 Sophia Kalogridi
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
Learning out of School: A Case Study of School Drop-Outs in Greece
Aleaxandros Patramanis
Dr Harris Athanasiades
Greece (English Language Presentation)
Modernization and Teachers' Unions: Greece in the 1990s
RM 2 Dr Scott Poynting
Senior Lecturer, School of Cultural Inquiry, University of Western Sydney
Mike Donaldson
Co-author
Snakes and Lads: What Does the Ruling Class do When it Schools?
Associate Professor Patricia Search
Associate Professor, Department of Language, Literature, and Communication, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York, USA
HyperGlyphs: New Multiliteracy Models for Interactive Computing
RM 3 Dr Shirley Leali
Associate Professor, Weber State University, USA
Rich Kautz
Weber State University, Ogden, USA
Self Esteem and Incarcerated Youth
Rex Pirie
Assistant Principal, Wangaratta High School, Department of Education, Victoria, Australia
"New Teachers of the New Learners" - How to Select the Right People and How to Adapt the Ones you Have
RM 4 Marianne Grey
Lecturer, School of Business, Higher Education Division, Swinburne University of Technology, Victoria, Australia
Visualising the "Other" in the University Classroom
Jon Callow
Lecturer, University of Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Seeing Ourselves
RM 5 Tony Antoniou
University of Witwatersrand, Department of English, South Africa
Multiliteracies and the Crossing Of Borders: A Joint Science, English And Computer Literacy Project in Two Johannesburg High Schools
Dr Frank D. Aquila
Cleveland State University, College of Education, Ohio, USA
A Multi-System Approach to Educating At-Risk Urban Youth
RM 6 Gido Mapunda
Ph D Student
Indigenous Small Business Enterprises(eg Tourism) as a Strategy for Community Development: An Analysis of Indigenous Business Initiatives in South Australia
Peter Mayall
Lecturer, Curtin University of Technology Economics and Finance School, Western Australia
P. Lucas
Western Australia
Using On-line Trading as a Tool to Teach Finance
RM 7 Associate Professor Roy Killen
Lecturer University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Productive Teaching and Learning
Bernard Holkner
Senior Lecturer, Monash University, Faculty of Education, Victoria, Australia
Putting products back on the shelf
RM 8 Kay Kimber
Centre for Language and Literacies, Brisbane Girls Grammar School, Queensland, Australia
Technoliteracy in Practice: A Case Study of Computer-generated Concept Maps and Students-as-designers in Humanities Classrooms
Dr Avery Calhoun
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Connie Bird
Student, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Students' Experiences of Mainstream and Alternative Teaching Strategies: An Exploratory Study
RM 9 Associate Professor Sheila M. Shannon
School of Education, Language, Literacy and Culture, University of Colorado at Denver, USA
Minority and Majority Parents Together: Two-Way Immersion Programs and Parent Involvement
Bruce Underwood
A/Program Director, Anangu Tertiary Eduction Program (AnTEP), University of South Australia
To the Faithful Departed - Transference of Literacies Form the Past to the Future
RM 10 Stuart Garner
Lecturer, Edith Cowan University, Western Australia
A Model for Developing On-line Web Based Instructional Materials
 
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  12.50-1.50 (60min. Workshops) GROUP 12 C
RM 12 Haralambos Sakonidis,Anna Klothou
Greece (English Language Presentation)
Support Programs in Teaching and Learning : Independent Learning Environment in Mathematics
RM 13 Dr Teunis Donk
Associate Professor, Hope College, Michigan, USA
The Writing Workshop: Revisiting Teacher Decision-Making in the Writing Conference
RM 14 David Kay
Director, David Kay Training and Development, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Learning on the Net - Is it really any Different?
2.00pm LUNCH
2.00-3.30 Garden Conversations
1. Bessie Dendrinos
2. Jim Cummins
3. Kris Gutierrez
4. Martin Nakata
5. Ambigapathy Pandian
Afternoon: Free
7.30pm Conference Dinner
MC: Mary Kalantzis


Wednesday 4 July

Thursday 5 July

Friday 6 July

Saturday 7 July

Sunday 8 July

 

SUNDAY 8 JULY
8.00-9.00 Registration, AKSS main building entrance
9.00-10.05 WORKSHOPS and PAPERS - GROUP 13 - SUNDAY 8 JULY
  9.00-9.30 (30min. Papers) GROUP 13 A 9.35-10.05 (30min. Papers) GROUP 13 B
RM 1 George Tzortzakakis
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
Stavros Bofylatos,
Assimina Stefa
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
RM 2 Dr Janice Hall
Lecturer, School of Social Ecology and Lifelong Learning, College of Arts, Education and Social Sciences, University of Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Lifelong learning: Engaging the EQ
Hsi-Chi Hsiao
President, National Penghu Institute of Technology, Taiwan
Towards Self-directed Learning by Cooperative Learning for Engineering Education Students
RM 3 Dra. Esperanza Tuñón
Research, El Colegio de la Frontera Sur, México
Adolescents Sexual Education and their Information Sources in Mexico
Associate Professor Barbara Brook
Communication, Language and Cultural Studies, Victoria University (St Albans Campus), Victoria, Australia
Shades of Pale: Reflecting Whiteness in Research Supervision
RM 4 Dr Ling Shi
Assistant Professor
Writing Across Cultures: Writing Experiences of Chinese TESOL Professionals
Dr Elisabeth Hayes
Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison/School of Education/Department of Curriculum & Instruction, Madison, Wisconsin, USA
Low-income African American Women's Cultural Models of Work: Implications for Adult Vocational Education
RM 5 Dr Neville Schofield
Lecturer, Faculty of Education, University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Dr Carol Richards
Lecturer, Faculty of Education, University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Attitudinal and Cognitive Changes in On-Line Learning
Associate Professor Jock Collins
School of Finance and Economics, Faculty of Business, University of Technology Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Tim Childs
Research Project Manager
Education, Cultural Diversity and the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games: Vocational Education Training of the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games
RM 6 Kimberley Pressick-Kilborn
Part-time lecturer/Doctoral candidate, University of Technology, Sydney/University of Sydney, Australia
Negotiating Meanings and Values: Focusing on the Teacher in a Classroom Learning Community
Melissa Spencer
PhD student, University of Auckland, New Zealand
From 'Villains' to 'Victims': The Discursive Construction of Boys
RM 7 Dr Heather Lotherington
Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, York University, Ontario, Canada
Going Virtual: Lessons Learned When a Strike Forced an Undergraduate Education Course into Virtual Space
Tanya Kantanis
Coordinator - Monash Transition Program, Monash University, Victoria, Australia
Transition to Self-Directed Learning: Issues Faced by Students in Adjusting to the First-Year At University
RM 8 Dr Deslea Konza
Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Education, University of Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
Increasing the Social and Academic Competence of Young Students with Language Difficulties
Dr Stephen E. Rubin
Director of Educational Administration and Leadership, Department of Education, Sacred Heart University, USA
Public Schools Should Learn to Ski: A Systems Approach to Education (book cited below by the same title)
RM 9 Guy Broadley
Senior Lecturer, Learning and Teaching Department, College of Education, Massey University, New Zealand
Kathy Broadley
Senior Lecturer, Learning and Teaching Department, College of Education, Massey University, New Zealand
Like Me? The Employment Styles of School Principals Hiring Beginning Teachers
Kaye Lowe
Senior Lecturer, College of Education, University of Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Bridging the Gap
RM 10 Dr Steven Aragon
Assistant Professor, Department of Human Resource Education, College of Education, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
The Influence of Learning Style Preferences on Student Success in Online vs. Face-to-Face Environments
30min. Paper
Jayne Bye
Researcher, Research Centre for Vocational Education and Training, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Individualised Transitions: Young People Making their Own Pathways
  9.00-10.00 (60min. Workshops) GROUP 13 C
RM 11 Dr Kristina Love
Senior Lecturer, Department of Language, Literacy and Arts Education, The University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia'
BUILT': A Multi-Media Resource on Language and Literacy for all Teachers
RM 12 Maro Vellopoulou
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
Assessing for Understanding
RM 13 Dr Stephanie Zajaczkowska-Kozick
Member of the Faculty, The Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington, USA
Teaching With Your Mouth Shut
RM 14 Dr David McInnes
Lecturer, School of Cultural Inquiry, University of Western Sydney, Australia
Bronwyn James
Lecturer, Learning Development, University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia
Academic Identities in Undergraduate Writing Practice: Silences, Voices, Negotiations
10.10-11.15 WORKSHOPS and PAPERS - GROUP 14 - SUNDAY 8 JULY
  10.10-10.40 (30min. Papers) GROUP 14 A 10.45-11.15 (30min. Papers) GROUP 14 B
RM 1 George Fesakis
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
Eleni Hodolidou
Assistant Professor, Section of Education, Department of Philosophy & Education, Faculty of Philosophy, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Costas Lamnias
Assistant Professor, Department of Pre-school Education, University of Thessaly
Greece (English Language Presentation)
The Pedagogic Discourse of the Center for the Greek Language: The Case of Elektronikos Komvos (Electronic Network) - A Site for the Support of Greek Language Teaching
RM 2 Barry O'Grady
Lecturer, Curtin University of Technology, School of Economics and Finance, Perth, Western Australia
Teaching Techniques for the New World Economy
Dr Tina Besley
Research Fellow, University of Glasgow, Faculty of Education Department of Educational Studies, Scotland United Kingdom
Psychologised Adolescents and Sociologised Youth: Rethinking Young People in Education in the 21st Century
RM 3 Dr Anastasios Papathanasis
Professor, Department of Economics, Central Connecticut State University, USA
Student Satisfaction with Online Courses, 2000-2001, at the Connecticut State University
Subadrah d/o Madhawa Nair
Lecturer, School of Education, University Science Malaysia, Penang Malaysia.
The Effectiveness of Using Literary Schematic Model to Teach Literary Based Materials
RM 4 Dr. Yew Lie Koo
University Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Language Studies, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (National University of Malaysia) Selangor, Malaysia
Multicultural Educators as Mediators of Intercultural Literacies: a Case-study of Malaysian Ways with Words
David Stevens
School of Education, University of Durham, England, United Kingdom
An Intercultural Approach to Literature Teaching
RM 5 Dr Malcolm Todd
Lecturer, School of Social Science and Law, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
Professor Brian Hudson
Research and International Development
Internationalising the Curriculum: Reflecting on Practice
James Moe
Lecturer, Kurongkurl Katitjin, Edith Cowan University, Western Australia
School and Community: Repositioning the Role of the Teacher
RM 6 Arda Culpan
Lecturer, Faculty of Education, Language and Community Services, RMIT University, Victoria, Australia
Computer Technology and Visual Arts
John Polias
Curriculum Project Officer, Languages and Multicultural Centre, Department of Education, Training and Employment, South Australia
Language and Behaviour
RM 7 Dr Demetra Evangelou
Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Child Development and Family Studies Purdue University, West Lafayette, USA
Lilian G. Katz
University of Illinois, Children's Research Center, Illinois, USA [N]
Gender and Early School Performance: Proximal and Distal Dimensions
Marjorie Dressyman-Lavallee, B.ED, M.ED., PH.D. (CAN)
Saskatchewan Indian Federated College, University of Regina, Canada
Holistic Pedagogy in First Nations Teacher Education and Professional Development as a Lifelong Goal in Recognizing Students' Special Abilities: The Gifted and Talented
RM 8 Associate Professor Judith Rivalland
School of Education, Edith Cowan University, Western Australia
Dr Mary Rohl
Senior Lecturer, School of Education, Edith Cowan University, Western Australia
Virtual Students: Some Challenges of Doing Literacy in a School of the Air
Kipps Horn
Lecturer, Department of Industry, Professional and Adult Education, RMIT, Victoria, Australia
Fifty Years of Rebetika Music Amongst the Greek Diaspora in Melbourne, Australia
RM 9 Richard Ballantyne
Lecturer, School of Business, Swinburne University of Technology, Victoria, Australia
Intersectoral Education: Opportunity or Threat?
Peter Reynolds
Senior Lecturer, Kurongkurl Katitjin, School of Indigenous Australian Studies, Edith Cowan University, Western Australia
The Shared Core Values of Australian Society and Those of Pre-Service Teacher Education Students: A Disjunction between Professional and Personal Values
RM 10 Dr Muhammad Hussin
Lecturer, National University of Malaysia
The Influence of Learning and Study Strategies on Students' Academic Achievement
 
  10.10-11.10 (60min. Workshops) GROUP 14 C
RM 11 Ken Sell
Advisory Teacher, Nambour District Behaviour Support Team, Sunshine Beach State High School, Queensland, Australia
New Persons: Understanding Diversity and Using Similarities to Create Culturally Congenial Classroom of the Future
RM 12 Nikolaos Lappas
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
Assessing and Specific Learning Difficulties in Mainstream Classrooms
RM 13 Anne Jensen
Associate professor, Education Department, Augsburg College, Minneapolis, USA
Paideia Seminars: Putting Students in Charge of the Conversation
RM 14 Malcolm Lindner
Head of History, Annesley College, South Australia
Providing Meaningful Learning Opportunities for Adolescents
11.15-11.45 MORNING TEA
11.45-12.50 WORKSHOPS and PAPERS - GROUP 15 - SUNDAY 8 JULY
  11.45-12.15 (30min. Papers) GROUP 15 A 12.20-12.50 (30min. Papers) GROUP 15 B
RM 1 Haris-Olga Papadopoulou
Greece (English Language Presentation)
Analyzing teaching episodes. Learning While Teaching
Ioanna Lemoniadi-Michailidi
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
A Study of the use of Spelling in the Early Identification of the Specific Learning Difficulties in a Greek Primary School
RM 2 Alan Wylie
Lecturer, Teaching and Educational Development Institute, Learning Resources Development Unit, University of Queensland, Australia
Diane Hansford
Lecturer, Faculty of Education, Health and Professional Studies, School of Curriculum Studies, University of New England, New South Wales, Australia
Online Collaborative Learning: Increasing Student Participation
Dr Adonica Schultz Aune
Adjunct Professor, University of Minnesota, Crookston Center of Learning Foundations, Crookston, USA
A Constructivist Approach To Mirror Learning On-The-Job Using WebCT and Interactive Web Technologies
RM 3    Anne Bamford
Lecturer, The Institute for Interactive Media and Learning, The University of Technology, New South Wales, Australia
The Grammar of Visual Literacy Within the World of Interactive Media
RM 4 Anne Wilks
Lecturer, Department of School and Early Childhood Education, Faculty of Education, Language and Community Services, RMIT University, Victoria, Australia
Providing Culturally Sensitive Teaching, Learning and Assessment through Collaboration between Teachers, Parents Children and the Community
Charles Scudamore
Head of Campus, Geelong Grammar School Timbertop, Victoria, Australia
Timbertop: What Relevance Does a Co-Educational Year 9 Remote Campus Have in the 21st Century?
RM 5 Najwa Hayaati Binti Mohd Alwi
Lecturer, Faculty of Information Technology, University Tun Abdul Razak, Kelana Jaya Darul Ehsan, Selangor, Malaysia
The Security of Virtual Learning Environment
Mitra Fallahi
Director, Graduate Studies, School of Education, Saint Xavier University, Illinios, USA
One Classroom, Multiple Cultures
RM 6 Jenni Way
Lecturer, School of Education & Early Childhood Studies, University of Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Children + Internet + Mathematics = NRICH
Mike Lambert
Principal Lecturer, School of Education, University of Wolverhampton, England, United Kingdom
21st Century Learners - and Their Approaches to Learning
RM 7 Donna Czekalowski
Greg Stratton
James Moe
Terry Kessaris

Kurongkurl Katitjin, School of Indigenous Australian Studies,
Edith Cowan University, Western Australia
On-line Journeys
Dr Olenka Bilash
Associate Dean, Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Alberta, Canada
An Exploration into the Intercultural Experiences and Understandings of Canadian University Graduates Teaching EFL in Korea
RM 8 Dr Lynette Stockhausen
Head of School, Faculty of Nursing and Health, Griffith University, Queensland, Australia
Dr Craig Zimitat
Senior Lecturer, Griffith University, Queensland, Australia
New Learning: Re-apprenticing the Learner
Associate Professor Alan Reid
Dean of Education, University of South Australia
Teacher Education for Changing Times
RM 9 Dr Linda Oliva
Lecturer, Department of Education, University of Maryland Baltimore County, USA
A Moving Target: Indicators of Quality and Success in the use of Educational Technologies
Christina Davidson
Lecturer, School of Education, University of Ballarat, Victoria, Australia
Classroom Interaction and Talk in Writing Time in a Primary Classroom
RM 10   Reza Salim Haque
Associate Director, Bangladesh Friendship Education Society, Bangladesh
Promoting Community Based Library Education in Rural Bangladesh
  11.45-12.45 (60min. Workshops) GROUP 15 C
RM 11 Mike Laycock
Deputy Head, Educational Development Services, University of East London, Essex, United Kingdom
Academic Standards and Work-based Learning
RM 12 Assoc. Prof. Gary John Hough
Director of Teaching Quality, Faculty of the Constructed Environment
RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
Do You Want Extra Credit Points with That?
RM 13 Dr Bernard Oliver
Professor, Director, School of Education, University of Missouri, Kansas City, USA
Eileen I. Oliver
Associate Dean, California State University, San Marcos, California, USA
Teaching for Multicultural Education: Navigating the Dynamics of Race, Class, Gender, and Socioeconomic in School Settings
RM 14 Dr Wendy Crebbin
Senior Lecturer, School of Education, University of Ballarat, Victoria, Australia
New Ways of Thinking About Learning and Teaching
12.50-1.55 WORKSHOPS and PAPERS - GROUP 16 - SUNDAY 8 JULY
  12.50-1.20 (30min. Papers) GROUP 16 A 1.25-1.55 (30min. Papers) GROUP 16 B
RM 1 Panagiotes Anastasiades
Visiting Lecturer, University Of Cyprus, Department of Computer Science, Nicosia, Cyprus
Implementing the First Pilot Program of Distance Learning Between two Elementary Schools in Cyprus: Workout of the Teaching Methodology
Stavros Kamaroudis
Greece (Greek Language Presentation)
RM 2 Frangoulidou Fenia
Teacher in Secondary Education, Greece
How Sites Designed by Children and Sites Designed by Adults Address Children's Ideas about Childhood and Education
Professor John Kazazis
Professor of Classics, Center for the Greek Language, Thessaloniki, Greece
Dimitris Koutsogiannis
Center for the Greek Language, Thessaloniki, Greece
Tradition and Innovation in Designing a Dictionaries and Text Corpora Electronic Environment for Literacy Education
RM 3 Jan Kane
Lecturer, School of Education, Macquarie University, New South Wales, Australia
Music Teaching What are We Afraid of? A Discussion of Factors Affecting Music Teaching Efficacy and Implications for New Learning in Pre-service Professional Training
Arlene Archer
Lecturer, University of Cape Town, South Africa
Publishing by Degrees: Audience, Voice and Social Context in On-line Textual Production
RM 4 Dr Habsah Binti Ismail
Lecturer, Faculty of Educational Studies, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Selangor, Malaysia
Holistic/Integrated Education: Teachers' Understanding of the Concept of Holistic/Integrated Education in Malaysia
Beth Marr
Lecturer, Adult Education, Numeracy and Instructional Design, RMIT University, Victoria, Australia
Towards a Holistic Model of Numeracy Competence
RM 5 Anna Chronaki
Researcher, Open University, School of Education, UK
Teaching and Learning Mathematics in Context
Skevi Panayi
Family & Children's Services Planner, Liverpool City Council, New South Wales, Australia
Children's Services: Juggling Identity in Formative Years
RM 6 Andrew Scown
Senior Lecturer, Department of Industry, Professional, and Adult Education RMIT University, Victoria, Australia
From Evidence to Impact - A Pedagogical Framework
Dr Carol Richards
Lecturer, Faculty of Education, University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Dr Neville Schofield
Lecturer, Faculty of Education, University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Online Learning for Understanding: Perceptions of Preservice Teachers
RM 7 Associate Professor Reneè L. Cambiano
Teacher Education, Northeastern State University, Oklahoma
Associate Professor Jack De Vore
Education, University of Arkansas, USA
Instruction via Distance Learning Does Not Compromise Quality!
Dr Susan Robertson
Reader, Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
The Societal Paradigm and the Creation of Pedagogic Identities
RM 8 Michele Knight
Senior Lecturer, Adult Education Group, College of Education, Wellington Campus, Massey University, New Zealand
The Developmental Process of 'Connecting Protocols': Intercultural Sensitivity
Liezle Froneman
Researcher, Rand Afrikaans University, Johannesburg, South Africa
Professor Nic Lessing
Department of Business Management, Rand Afrikaans University, Auckland Park, South Africa
Professor Kobus Malan
Dean of Business, Azaliah College, Johannesburg, South Africa
Some Considerations on the Future of Non-Residential Private Higher Education Institutions in South Africa
RM 9 Julie MacDoanld
Teacher, Integrated Learning Support Unit Access, Community and Indigenous Studies, Barrier Reef Institute of TAFE, Queensland, Australia
Murray Holm
Queensland, Australia
People and Places - From Palm Island to City
Eric Pagliarella
Head of Centre, Training Centre for Infrastructure Technology, RMIT University, Victoria, Australia
Project Based Learning - A New Methodology Encompassing Cultural Change
RM 10 Mohammed Maksudul Haque
Director, Future IT Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh
ICT Education for Rural School Teachers
 
RM 11    
  12.50-1.50 (60min. Workshops) GROUP 16 C
RM 12 Evan Frangos
Curriculum policy Officer, Culturally Inclusive Education, Languages and Multicultural Centre, Department of Education, Training and Employment South Australia
Culturally Inclusive Teaching and Learning: Unity in Diversity
RM 13 Dr Nancy A. Chicola
Faculty of Applied Science and Education, Elementary Education and Reading, State University of New York at Buffalo State, New York, USA
Dr. Eleanor B. English
School of Education, St. Bonaventure University, New York, USA
Learning to Care via Literature: Creating Classroom Experiences for Children
RM 14 Georgina Mountford
Program Coordinator, Department of Social and Community Services, Faculty of Education, language and Community Services, RMIT University (TAFE SECTOR), Victoria, Australia
Christine Robertson
Department of Social and Community Services, Faculty of Education, Language and Community Services, RMIT University, Victoria, Australia
Head, Hand and Heart - Creating new Learning Experiences in Workplace Settings
2.00pm LUNCH
7.30 Conference Close - AKSS Amphitheatre
MC: Prof. Gella Varnava-Skoura
7.30pm: Prof. Mary Kalantzis chairs session in which representatives from ten countries reflect on the conference
8.30pm Classical Theatre

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