Education Research Reading Room with Stephen Dinham
The Education Research Reading Room (ERRR) brings together influential and early career educators for engaging and informative discussion on key issues in education and education research.
Each month we contact a prominent figure in the education landscape and ask them 'If every educator in the world could spend an hour reading your work, what would you want them to read?'. A group of early career educators reads this piece independently, then meets to discuss. Following an hour or so of conversation, the author then joins, and the subsequent discussion is recorded and turned into a podcast.
This month our guest is Stephen Dinham. Professor Stephen Dinham OAM PhD is Associate Dean Strategic Partnerships and Professor of Instructional Leadership in the Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne. Read more about Steve here.
Our article for this month is The Worst of Both Worlds.
Attendees please to read the above article and come along with: 1. Your key take away, 2. A question for the author.
5pm-Early career educators meet, discuss the article, and plan a series of questions for the author
6pm-The author joins and the discussion/interview and recording commences
7pm-We all go to the pub!
This event will be at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education. Exact location details will be sent out to attendees just prior to the event.
This event is free of charge and open to all. Numbers are capped to ensure that it stays as a conversation rather than a lecture. Preference will be given to those who sign up first and those of minority or oppressed groups.*
We hope to see you in the ERRR!
Ollie Lovell and the Australian College of Educators, Victorian Branch.
To see a guest list and associated research papers for upcoming ERRR events, go to www.ollielovell.com/podcast
*If you are a member of a minority or oppressed group and, at the time of booking, it is indicated to you that the event is full, please send a direct email to Ollie at email@example.com. Spaces are reserved for this purpose.