LEBA Honorary Appointments - EVENTS 2013

"New Futures for studies in society, business, the arts and learning"

Faculty of Law, Education, Business and Arts

Adjuncts symposia

14-15 November 2013

The School of Education, Orange 2, level 4

The "Old Council Room"

The overall key objectives will be to:

  • develop a book proposal from our session
  • clarify and explore directions for the roles of adjuncts in the Faculty
  • develop ideas and to formalise adjuncts

Day 1 sessions will be 30 minutes presentation, 20 minutes response and 10 minutes general questions. the responders will provide constructive feedback, advice and identify strengths and gaps in a collegial manner.

The days are informal and are to be a way to develop and explore ideas and connections

TimePresenterRespondent
8.30am-9.30am

Opening:

Professor Peter Kell, Head of School of Education, Charles Darwin University

Title: New Futures for Studies in Society as a project for adjuncts

9.30am-10.30am

Dr Kevin Gillan, Executive Director Education Partnerships, Department of Education, Northern Territory Government

Title: New Futures in Northern Territory Education?

Prof Peter Kell


10.30am-11amMorning tea

11am-11.30am


Professor Kathryn Moyle, Executive Director, Charles Darwin University

Title: Differentiated learning, technologies and school improvement: what experience and research can tell us

Prof Sue Shore

11.30am-12pm

Professor Dennis Shoesmith, School of Creative Arts & Humanities, Charles Darwin University

Title: Opening a field of research on a unique frontier: governance studies in Timor-Leste and Eastern Indonesia

Prof Peter Kell

12pm-1pm

Lunch

1pm-2pm

Professor Mike Gaffney, University Professorial Fellow, Charles Darwin University

Title: Life After the Education Revolution

Prof Peter Kell
2pm-2.15pm

Short break

2.15pm-3.15pm

Gary Fry, Principal in Residence, Centre for School Leadership, Learning and Development, Charles Darwin University

Title: Breaking the pattern of Australian educational inequality: Future directions in education research

Dr Kevin Gillan

3.15pm-4.15pm

Dr Jenny Robinson, NT Department of Education

Title: Synergy of silos, a case study of success: University and School develop new ground

4.15pm-4.30pm

Discussion

6.30pm-8pm

Conference dinner: Saffrron Restaurant, Parap

TimeActivityFacilitator
9am-10.30amStructure and themes for the bookProf Peter Kell
10.30am-11amMorning tea
11am-12pmWorking on copy/abstracts for the bookProf Sue Shore
12pm-1pmLunch
1pm-3.30pmDeveloping a book proposalProf Peter Kell
3.30pm-4pmAfternoon tea and wind up