Seminars and Events

REDI regularly hosts visiting scholars, attends and presents seminars and conferences. These events are a major source of information, inspiration and collaboration. Whether you're a student, teacher or you’re simply curious, we encourage you to engage with us.


Upcoming events

Past events

2017

February 2017

9 February, 3.00pm
Visiting Scholar seminar
Testing and School Reform in Danish Education
Dr Bjørn Hamre (Aarhus University, Denmark)

10 February, 10.00am
Visiting Scholar seminar
Configuring the Commuter: Transport for London's Use and Innovation of Social Media to Demonstrate Disruption
Jessamy Perriam (Goldsmiths, University of London)

22 February, 3.00pm
Visiting Scholar seminar
Blind Spots in Visible Learning
Associate Professor Hanne Knudsen (Aarhus University, Denmark)

March 2017

8 March 2017
REDI Seminar Series: Makerspacers in the Early Years: Enhancing Digital Literacy and Creativity

April 2017

13 April 2017
REDI Seminar Series: Teaching out of Field: A German Perspective

21 April 2017
REDI Seminar Series: The Poetic Enchantments of Science

June 2017

1 June 3.00 pm—4.00 pm
Teaching about Human Biology taking a Systems Approach

July 2017

18-19 July 2017
Past the Posts? Post-inquiry in the Post-Truth Era

21 July 2017
Critical Disability Studies

25 July 2017
Research Impact Panel

August 2017

24 August 2017
Learning Leadership through Online Digital Games

31 August 2017
The Global Testing Culture: Challenges and Consequences for Today and Tomorrow

September 2017

21 September 2017
Playing with Lifeworlds in Digital Games

October 2017

13 October 2017
Hybrid Universities in East Asia: Concepts, Dynamics & Outcomes

17 October 2017
Professional Language Workshops with Dr Gianfranco Conti (‘The Language Gym’)

18 October 2017
The Future of Digital Childhoods

31 October 2017
Beyond Inclusion/Exclusion: Becomings at the Edges of Practice

2016

July 2016

25 July
Visiting Scholar Seminar 
Professor Miri Shonfeld (TEC Centre)

August 2016

8-29 August
Visiting Scholar
Dr. Gao Yihong (Peking University)

September 2016

5-9 September
Visiting Scholar
Dr Ernesto Panadero

15 September – 15 December
Visiting Scholar - Thinker in Residence
Professor Richard Leher (Vanderbilt University)

29 September
Visiting Scholar

Public Lecture
Jean Clandinin (University of Alberta)

October 2016

Visiting Scholars
Professor Günter Törner (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
Professor Julian Williams (University of Manchester)

4 October
Visiting Scholar seminar for SOE ECE staff
Jean Clandinin (University of Alberta)

7 October
Visiting Scholar half day seminar
Jean Clandinin (University of Alberta)

5-7 October
STEME group conference
Run by Linda Hobbs

16-18 October
Research Retreat
STEME group research retreat at Waurn Ponds

19 October, 2.00-6.30pm
STEME forum
Burwood Conference Centre

November 2016

23-25 November
REDI Conference
Disrupting Higher Education Dialogues, Burwood Corporate Centre.

24-25 November
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education (STEME) research group symposium
Contemporary Approaches to Research in Mathematics, Science, Health and Environmental Education, Melbourne Corporate Centre

27 November – 1 December
Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) Annual Conference Transforming Education Research, Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) Melbourne  

December 2016

14 December
Visiting scholar seminar
Dr Maria Grasso (University of Sheffield)

14 December
REDI discussion panel on quantitative research methods
Dr Maria Grasso (University of Sheffield); Associate Professor Andrew Singleton (Deakin University) and Associate Professor Sama Low-Choy (Griffith University)

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