When: 24-29 November
Where: Fremantle, WA
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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
Australian Conference on Science & Mathematics Education, Celebrating 25 Years
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
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
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 email@example.com