Equity and Diversity

Conference presentations

The Stepping out, breaking through: choices and challenges in education conference presenters have kindly supplied their presentations for you to view. Refer to the program (395 KB) for full details of the sessions.

Day 1: Tuesday 27 August 2013

Digital storytelling: using young people's voices to promote better educational engagement (504 KB)
Ché Stockley, MacKillop Family Services
Magdalena McGuire, Good Shepherd Youth & Family Service

The future is Science, Engineering and Technology (489 KB)
Susan Kelly, Matthew Flinders Girls Secondary College

Student action teams: what are they and how to implement them (2 MB)
Roger Holdsworth, Editor/Publisher - Connect, Senior Research Associate, Youth Research Centre, The University of Melbourne

Framing a flexible approach to education (847 KB)
Kimberley Wilson, James Cook University, Townsville
Kellie Stemp, Townsville Flexible Learning Centre

Day 2: Wednesday 28 August 2013

Teach the teacher: student-led professional development for teachers (2 MB)
Edison Ponari, Year 12, Bundoora Secondary College
Jacinta Kenna, Year 9, Williamstown Campus, Bayside Secondary College

Engaging young people’s interest in community service sector careers (404 KB)
Megan Peacock, St Laurence

Facebook and the fast-track to better futures for disadvantaged youth (221 KB)
Dr Susan Hopkins, Lecturer
Naomi Ryan, Careers Counsellor, Open Access College, University of Southern Queensland

Working better together – breaking down service barriers for young people (890 KB)
Agnieszka Kleparska, HealthWest Partnership
Gail Jessen, Hobsons Bay City Council
Johanna Parker, Wyndham City Council

Deakin University acknowledges the traditional land owners of present campus sites.

26th September 2013