The program of ISCAR/AARE Autralasian Symposium, 2-3 December

ISCAR/AARE symposium

Melbourne, 2-3 December 2016

Program

Place: Australian Catholic University.

81-89 Victoria Parade,

Modular Building,

Rooms 6, 7 and 8

Day 1, Friday, December 2

Session 1, 9am-10am

1 9-9.10am Opening Nikolai Veresov,

Gwen Gilmore,

John Cripps Clark

Jenny Martin

2 9.10-10am Keynote lecture 1: Exploring cultural-historical theoretical approaches to early childhood education and research Professor

Marilyn Fleer

Session 2: 10am-12noon – parallel workshops 1 and 2: Presentations by participants

Worksop  1: 10am-12noon

Chair: Gwen Gilmore

1 10-10.20 A Case Study of Distributed Leadership Matthew Glen (Australia)
2 10.20-10.40 Internationalisation of higher education curriculum: a case study in Vietnam Nhi Luong (Vietnam/Australasia)
3 10.40-11.00 Asynchronous symbolic mediation in Masters of Education teacher education. So what do the tools do for student learning? Focused online Discussions (FOLD) in Higher Education Gwen Gilmore (Australia)

Irina Verenikina

11.00-11.20 Coffee break
4 11.20-11.40 The Aftermath – Following up on a Change Laboratory Intervention Katrin Riisla (Finland)
5 11.40-12.00 Practical use of Third Stage Activity Theory as a research tool. Stuart Hawken (Australia)

Workshop 2: 10am-12noon

Chair: John Cripps Clark

1 10-10.20 The ‘D’ Is for Development: Beyond Pedagogical Interpretations of Vygotsky’s ZPD David Kellogg (Korea/Australia)
2 10.20-10.40 Rethinking Assessments; creating a new tool using the zone of proximal development within a cultural-historical framework. Victoria Minson (Australia)
3 10.40-11.00 Transnational education and activity theory: An exploration of Chinese students’ Internet-assisted learning experience in China-Australia “2+2” programs Kun Dai (Australia)
11.00-11.20 Coffee break
4 11.20-11.40 Transforming research on motivation Judy MacCallum (Australia)
5 11.40-12.00 Mother-child collective play at home context: an analysis from a cultural historical theoretical perspective Anamika Devi, Marilyn Fleer and Liang Li (Australia)
12noon – 1pm lunch break

Session 3. Panel session, 1pm – 2pm

Chair Peter Renshaw

1 1-2pm Presenting and publishing: practical tips in writing an abstract to the conference Nikolai Veresov,

Marilyn Fleer

Session 4: Workshops, 2-4pm

1 2-3.30 Writing conference abstracts/presentations/symposia: Guided writing All participants who are interested to submit to ISCAR 23017 Quebec Congress
2 3.30-4pm Coffee break and reporting back

Day 2, Saturday, December 3

Session 5, 9am-10am

1 9-9.10am Day1 debrief Nikolai Veresov,

Gwen Gilmore,

John Cripps Clark

Jenny Martin

2 9.10-10am Keynote lecture 2: The implications of CHAT for research into teacher education and teachers’ work Professor Alex Kostogriz

Session 6: 10am-12noon – parallel workshops 3 and 4: Presentations by participants: feedback to participants

Workshop 3, 10am-12noon

Chair: Jenny Martin

1 10-10.20 The wicked problem of responsive research design: Shifting early career primary teacher professional learning and dialogues about literacy Veronica Gardiner (Australia)
2 10.20-10.40 EFL teachers’ perception of computer-based matriculation oral language test reform Li Liang (China)
3 10.40-11.00 Developing theoretical thinking  regarding culture in the Spanish classroom as a Second Language Maria del Mar Calero Guerrero

(Thailand)

11.00-11.20 Coffee break
4 11.20-11.40 Hasan’s Complaint, Vygotsky’s Crisis, and the ‘Question’ Question: When and how does a one-year-old answer instead of repeating? David Kellogg (Corea/Australia)
5 11.40-12.00 Ethics of care in science: enacting science curriculum that responds to the local needs of low socioeconomic communities Jenny Martin (Australia)

Workshop 4, 10am-12noon

Chair: Nikolai Veresov

1 10-10.20 Cultivating sophisticated evaluation of knowledge John Cripps Clark (Australia)
2 10.20-10.40 Preservice teachers’ appropriation of pedagogical tools during the EAL practicum in Australia Minh Hue Nguyen (Australia)
3 10.40-11.00 Enhancing Ghanaian kindergarten teachers’ understanding and implementation of indigenous play pedagogy through a professional development programme Felicia Agbagbla (South Africa)
11.00-11.20 Coffee break
4 11.20-11.40 A trialogical approach: Toddlers’ cultural worlds and transitory relationships Liang Li, Gloria Quinones and Avis Ridgway (Australia)
5 11.40-12.00 Discussion

12noon – 1pm – lunch break

Session 7. Panel session, 1pm – 2pm

Chair Peter Renshaw

1 1-2pm Presenting and publishing: writing a paper Nikolai Veresov,

Peter Renshaw

Session 4: Workshops, 2-4pm

1 2-3.30 Writing a paper/special issue/book proposal: think tank All participants who are interested to write a paper/special issue/book proposal
2 3.30 – 4 Coffee break and reporting back

4pm-4.30pm – Closing session

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