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DELTA Conference

When: 24-29 November

Where: Fremantle, WA

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ACSME Conference

When: 2nd – 4th October

Where: University of Sydney & University of Technology Sydney

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Submissions are now open for ACSME 2019 conference in Sydney on 2-4 October

Submissions are now open for ACSME 2019 conference in Sydney on 2-4 October

Australian Conference on Science & Mathematics Education, Celebrating 25 Years

www.acds-tlcc.edu.au/events/acsme/submissions-and-presentations/

https://openjournals.library.sydney.edu.au/index.php/IISME/login?source=%2Findex.php%2FIISME%2Fuser

www.acds-tlcc.edu.au/events/acsme/dates/

15 April 2019 | Submissions open

22 April 2019 | Online registrations open

10 June 2019 | Submissions close (abstracts)

15 July 2019 | Authors notified

29 July 2019 | Submissions close (revisions, refereed papers)

9 August 2019 | Early bird registrations close

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Talk About “your” Teaching And Learning (TATAL)

HERDSA 2019 pre-conference workshop: Talk About “your” Teaching And Learning (TATAL)
Online activities commence Tuesday 18th June. Pre-conference workshop date = 2nd July.

Is it time to ‘hit the pause button’ and reflect on my teaching? Do I have a teaching philosophy? Well, TATAL might be for you.

The 9th HERDSA TATAL workshop offers an opportunity to share, reflect and review the values and beliefs that underlie your approach to teaching and learning. We’re ‘flipping out’ in Auckland HERDSA TATAL this year. The day-long pre-conference workshop on 2nd July (with a working lunch – provided) is supported by an online pre-conference learning experience, starting 18th June.

Following the conference, you can continue the experience with the workshop group to develop a teaching portfolio, suitable for a HERDSA Fellowship or HEA Fellowship application.

Express your interest TODAY: http://bit.ly/TATAL-2019-EOI

Online registration opens Monday 17th June: https://www.herdsa2019.auckland.ac.nz/program/pre-conference-workshops/
• HERDSA conference attendees: $75 NZD
• Standalone workshop (for those who are unable to attend the HERDSA conference): $125 NZD

Online activities commence Tuesday 18th June.

There is a maximum of 30 participants, so register early. Express your interest today @ http://bit.ly/TATAL-2019-EOI

Further information: contact giriraj.shekhawat@aut.ac.nz or visit http://bit.ly/TATAL-2019-EOI

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2019 FYiMaths Workshop @ Melb Uni

You are all invited to attend the 2019 FYiMaths workshop!

ThemeThe What, Why and How of first year tertiary mathematics.
We will be coming together to share what we teach at first year maths across the country, how we are teaching it, and why.

A similar forum took place in Canada by Vaselin Jungic and Miroslav Lovric. You can read their report here.

When: Thursday 11th to Friday 12th July
Where: The University of Melbourne

Abstracts: We are accepting abstracts if you would like to present. Please email abstracts to fyimathsproject@gmail.com by Friday 7th June.

Registrations are now open via Eventbrite.

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The 24th Asian Technology Conference in Mathematics (ATCM 2019)

When: December 15-19, 2019

Where: China

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Workshop on Transitioning Teaching Innovation into Research Publications

Friday, 24th May, 2-4pm

The aim of this workshop is for participants to gain insight into the fields of scholarship and research of learning and teaching within the mathematical and statistical sciences.

This workshop will explore such questions as:-

How can teaching innovations be transitioned into a research publication?
What are some expectations and accepted ways of working in mathematics and statistics education research?
What does appropriate research design look like?
Which methodologies are suitable for educational research?
How do I choose a journal or conference for my scholarly work?
What is different between educational research and discipline research in the mathematical and statistical sciences?

Via hands-on activities and feedback, participants will gain new perspectives into scholarship and academic publishing in educational research within the mathematical and statistical sciences, opening up new possibilities for their research portfolio.

EVENT DETAILS:-

Date: Friday, 24th May, 2-4pm
Location: Room 202a, Learning and Innovation Building (LIB) – Building 17 (map)
The University of Queensland, St Lucia QLD 4072, Australia
Registration: https://tinyurl.com/MathEdRes

Your Hosts:
Professor Diane Donovan
UQ & Vice-President (Learning and Teaching), Australian Mathematical Society

Professor Chris Tisdell
UNSW & ITaLI, UQ
For more information: Email Chris Tisdell cct@unsw.edu.au

Further information: https://tinyurl.com/MathEdRes

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Socio-cultural network opportunity

Invitation from Paul Hernandez:

We are looking for practitioners and researchers that have used or are interested in using social and cultural theories of education (e.g. communities of practice, Activity Theory, neo/Vygotskian perspectives, Bourdieusian perspectives, etc.) to understand and/or inform policy or practice in Higher Education Mathematics. We are looking to organise a workshop later in the year to network and establish collaborations in these areas of knowledge. If you are interested, please contact Dr Paul Hernandez Martinez at phernandezmartinez@swin.edu.au

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Poladian Project: Seminar Day

When: 19th Februrary

Where: Syndey

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RAISE Conference

When: 4 – 6 September

Where: Newcastle University

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MERGA Conference

When: 30 June – 4 July

Where: Curtin University

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2019 University of Calgary Conference on Postsecondary Learning and Teaching

April 30 – May 1, 2019

2019 University of Calgary Conference on Postsecondary Learning and Teaching.

THEME: Exploring Experiential Learning

April 30 – May 1, 2019
Calgary, Alberta, CANADA

CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Submit your proposal by December 13, 2018

The Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning invites all members of the academic community – students, faculty, staff and postdoctoral scholars to explore experiential learning — and the scholarship, approaches, practices and issues that surround it — in the postsecondary context.

We also encourage potential presenters to volunteer as peer-reviewers for the conference proposal adjudication process. Reviewers can expect to spend two to three hours of their time adjudicating between seven to eight proposals. It is not necessary to present at the conference nor to register as a delegate to volunteer as a reviewer – login or create an account and complete: Profile -> Roles -> Reviewer.

Please contact ti.conference@ucalgary.ca if you would like more information.

Further information: https://go.ucalgary.ca/CFPLandingPage_CampaignPage.html

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Upcoming NSW FYiMaths Event 13th December

Registrations are now open for the First Year in Maths (NSW) end of year event.

This event is free. We hope Santa may make a surprise appearance!
Places are limited, so please register now!

Registration can be found via a Google Form here

Current abstract and speakers can be found here

For any queries please contact mary.coupland@uts.edu.au

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AustMS/AMSI Teaching Seminar Series

Date & Time: Tuesday 27 November 2018, 2pm (AEDT – GMT+11)

Speaker: Katherine Seaton (Latrobe)

Title: Integrating integrity

Abstract: Mathematics tasks of the type assigned to undergraduates are overlooked in the academic integrity literature, and in much of the instructional material for students about misconduct. In this talk, I will present an overview of my forthcoming e-book which begins to address this lack of specific and targeted information. In particular, I will discuss what mathematics can apply from the general scholarship, and from areas like computer science which have, by way of contrast, developed a large body of discipline-specific literature. I will then go on to present some of the 26 scenarios provided as on-line or in-class discussion starters in the book, which will be published as an open educational resource by La Trobe University’s e-Bureau early next year.

Location: Zoom meeting
Join from PC, Mac, iOS or Android: https://unimelb.zoom.us/j/330314648

Or join by phone:
Dial: +61 2 8015 2088
Meeting ID: 330 314 648
International numbers available: https://zoom.us/u/aDj4h2OJQ

Or join from a H.323/SIP room system:

Dial: SIP:7588@aarnet.edu.au
or H323:330314648@182.255.112.21 (From Cisco)
or H323:182.255.112.21##330314648 (From LifeSize or Polycom)
or 162.255.36.11 or 162.255.37.11 (U.S.)
Meeting ID: 330314648

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Digital Literacy Show and Tell

When: 12th November

Where: Melbourne University

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Come and explore 15 digital literacy demonstrations. There will be opportunities to ask questions, explore challenges and make connections with colleagues, as they share their inspiring examples of developing digital literacy skills within curriculum.

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Forum on the Use of Random Controlled Trials (RCTs) in Education

When: 28th – 29th November

Where: University of Newcastle

The Teachers and Teaching Research Centre (TTRC) invite interested colleagues to attend the “Forum on the Use of Random Controlled Trials (RCTs) in Education”.

Addressing an exciting and expanding area of research in Australia, this two-day Forum centres on the use of RCTs within Education. Hosted by the TTRC, the Forum is open to all interested educators, researchers, and research students. No prior knowledge of RCTs is needed.

The two-day program provides comprehensive coverage of RCTs in Education—from purpose and design to implementation and dissemination.

The Forum also offers a unique opportunity to hear from Professor Judith D. Singer, an internationally renowned statistician and social scientist whose scholarly interests focus on improving quantitative methods used in social, educational, and behavioural research.

To register or for more information: Go to http://UONRCT2018.EVENTBRITE.COM.AU or contact teachers-and-teaching@newcastle.edu.au

When / Where? 28-29 November 2018, University of Newcastle.

Further information: http://UONRCT2018.EVENTBRITE.COM.AU

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Educational Developers’ Caucus Annual Conference 2019

When: 19th – 22nd Feb

Where:  Online

We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting proposals for the Educational Developers’ Caucus 2019 Conference: Positive Resilience and the Future of ED(C). The conference is going online in 2019, and will run daily from 12 to 3pm EST between February 19th and 22nd. There will be two types of presentations: concurrent sessions and the EDC Showcase.

As the nature of our work, our administrators, and our commitment to our own development constantly evolves, it is important to develop positive resiliency skills. For this year’s Educational Developers’ Caucus (EDC) annual conference, we ask you to think about how educational developers’ think, interact, enact, and engage with their practice and how EDC can (or should) facilitate this. We also ask you to think about educational development in general, and more specifically how we can support ourselves and others in an increasingly busy and complex world.

More information about the EDC 2019 Conference theme, format, and the complete call for proposals can be found on the EDC Conference website: https://edc-conference.com/home/2019-conference/call-for-proposals/

The deadline to submit a proposal for a concurrent session is Tuesday, October 30th, 2018, and the deadline to submit a proposal for an EDC Showcase is Friday, November 30th, 2018.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Celia Popovic atcpopovic@yorku.ca.

Regards,

The 2019 EDC Conference Planning Committee

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Tertiary Education Research in New Zealand (TERNZ) Conference 2018

When: 28-30 November

Where: Victoria University of Wellington, NZ

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2018 Mathematical Educational Software Interest Group (MESIG) Meeting @ UNSW

Date: Friday, 30 November 2018 – 9:00am to 4:00pm

Venue: Room 4082, Red Centre Bldg, Kensington campus, UNSW Sydney

 

About the workshop

The Mathematics Educational Software Interest Group (MESIG) meeting is a forum for the discussion of mathematics-oriented software in university teaching. This group was instigated in 2015 by the late Leon Poladian, and there will be a special keynote address in his honour.

This is an informal workshop. Participants are welcome to share their experience and examples of software used in their teaching.

Registration and abstract submission

Please register by following this link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QNNV5JL. Abstract submission will be available until the 30th of September.

Registration cost

Free.

Programme

The event will run from 9-4, with lunch provided. More details will become available closer to the event.

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Pacific Territory Education Reform @ Auckland NZ

Theme – Educational pathways for Pacific learners

The learner-centered programme will be based around three stages of a Pacific learner’s journey through tertiary education under the following sub-themes:

  • Supporting learners to shape and start their educational pathways
    What can we do to support Pacific learners to shape their education pathway?
  • Supporting learners in their educational pathways
    What do we do well to respond to Pacific learners? What could we do better?
  • The outcomes from educational pathways
    How will we know our system is working for Pacific learners?

This year, for the first time, we are introducing three Talanoa sessions to enable delegates to discuss and debate key issues relating to each of the three sub-themes.

Date: 28 – 29 September

Where: Auckland, NZ

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