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Building Cross-Institutional Research in Professional Experience

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Melbourne Graduate School of Education,

Kwong Lee Dow Building, 234 Queensberry Street

University of Melbourne

Parkville, VIC 3010

Australia

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This symposium brings together some of Australia’s leading and emerging academics in this field to plan and develop further cross-institutional research in professional experience. The interactive event will contribute to extending a national collective research agenda in professional experience.

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Professor Tania Aspland (Executive Dean, Faculty of Education and Arts, Australian Catholic University, and chair of the Australian Council of Deans of Education) will chart the policy landscape and provoke thinking on innovative approaches to research in this field.

Laureate Professor Jenny Gore (University of Newcastle) will focus on building a sustainable research trajectory through projects that involve substantial and enduring collaborations, and provide insights into developing successful interlinked projects.



In this 2-day event you will:

  • Hear from influential keynote speakers about the current policy landscape, innovative approaches to research, and building enduring collaborations.

  • Discuss current agendas and research opportunities in professional experience.

  • Share your research proposal in guided working groups.

  • Join a cross-institutional research team to write a research plan.

  • Plan how the research can best be communicated.

All participants will submit a brief research proposal prior the event.

Program

The program comprises keynote speakers, round table discussions and thematic group development of research plans.

Day 1 – Keynotes and Round table

Two keynote speakers will provide thought-provoking perspectives.

Participants will share, discuss and compare their research proposals in working groups. The groups will be guided and supported by the symposium convenors.

A plenary session will then explore the themes and new understandings that emerge from these round discussions. These themes will inform and shape the workshop activities on Day 2.

Day 2 – Developing Research Plans – Guided Writing Workshop

This day will focus on writing your research plan. Participants will form cross-institutional groups based on themes developed on Day 1.

Your group will use templates to guide the development of your proposal. The facilitators will provide guidance and support during these sessions.

Discussion and planning will also focus on ways in which cross-institutional research teams can collaborate and communicate after the symposium to achieve their proposed outcomes.

Venue

The event will be held at Graduate School of Education at the University of Melbourne.

Costs

This event is free for AARE members, and $165 + GST ($181.50) for non-members.

The participant is responsible for travel and accommodation costs.


Participating

You have been identified as a participant who would bring expertise and insight to this symposium. We invite you to submit a proposal.

This is an opportunity to strategically build an existing project, or to begin a new line of research.

The number of participants will be capped to ensure a quality experience for everyone.

Submit your proposal by 5pm Friday 22 December

After registration, you will be asked to submit a brief outline of your research or practice interests in preservice teacher professional experience (200 -500 words).

Questions can be directed to

Ms Ros Capeness
ros.capeness@qct.edu.au

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Melbourne Graduate School of Education,

Kwong Lee Dow Building, 234 Queensberry Street

University of Melbourne

Parkville, VIC 3010

Australia

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