For educators who care about young adolescents

 

Events

    • 25 Aug 2017
    • 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
    • 76


    Student Registration

    Open to all middle school students

    Who should attend?

    Registration is open to all middle years students. We recommend students attend who are interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and/or Maths.  Students must be prepared to work collaboratively with others from other schools on authentic projects that engage all aspects of S.T.E.A.M.  Students who are interested in creativity and thinking differently will enjoy the program.

    Registration includes:

    * hands on workshops that involve problem solving, problem posing, technology, science, maths, arts and engineering.  

    * maker space projects

    * delegate lanyard and conference satchel

    * attendance at keynote presentations

    * morning tea and lunch

    * seat at 'The Great Debate' (4pm-4:45pm)


    • 26 Aug 2017
    • 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM
    • Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
    Registration is closed

    AARE Middle Years of Schooling 

    Research Roundtable: Connecting Theory with Practice

    Held in conjunction with the 

    Adolescent Success Annual Conference 

    Brisbane, Queensland

    Saturday, August 26, 2017 9:30 am – 3.30 pm

    The Middle Years of Schooling Research SIG of the Australian Association for Research in Education is pleased to present an inaugural research symposium roundtable session at the 2017 Adolescent Success annual conference. 

    Both novice and experienced researchers are invited to submit proposals to present their research and engage in dialogue with other middle years researchers in attendance.

    The day includes a Keynote address by Professor Donna Pendergast, Griffith University  (Mega-trends in education and the implications for middle years’ educators and researchers ), two roundtable sessions as well as opportunities to network.

    GUIDELINES for PROPOSAL SUBMISSION

    To be considered for participation in The Middle Years of Schooling Research Roundtable, submit the following items for review:

    Cover Page that includes the following:

     * Title of research/paper

     * Name, position, organization/institution affiliation, mailing address, phone number, and email address for all researchers with the lead researcher designated.

     * Abstract of the research/paper no longer than 300 words that includes a description of the study and the significance of the study to middle years’ education research. The abstract should not contain identifying information for any of the researchers involved in the project.

     * Submit the Cover Page and Abstract as two separate email attachments to either:

    Dr Tony Dowden (SIG Convenor) 

    University of Southern Queensland 

    Tony.Dowden@usq.edu.au 

    OR

    Dr Katherine Main (SIG co- convenor)

    Griffith University

    k.main@griffith.edu.au

    All submissions will be blind reviewed by officers of The Middle Years of Schooling Research SIG. If selected to participate in the roundtable session, at least one researcher from each project must agree to register and attend the Research Symposium and present the research at the appointed time. Researchers must prepare a one-page research summary to distribute to those attending the session. A full research paper is not required. Registration is through the Adolescent Success Conference Website

    (Researcher $80.00 for the day; PhD student $60.00 for the day – this includes morning tea and lunch)

    Deadline for proposal submissions: June 15, 2017

    Notification of acceptance: before June 30, 2017

    • 20 Oct 2017
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • TBC - Sydney

    Through a facilitated combination of group discussions, pair discussions and personal reflection time participants will have the opportunity to pause and reflect on their own leadership practices, identifying strengths and areas that they think they may need to develop. As an outcome, participants may decide to administer the Rubric in their own organisation to help them understand their staffs’ perception of their leadership.



Adolescent Success Inc. (formerly MYSA Middle Years of Schooling Association) 

Adolescent Success,  P.O. Box 2175 Toowong 4066, QLD, Australia

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