Seminars held in 2019

Seminar TitlePresenter(s)
From ‘Model Minority’ to ‘Chinese Learner’: Issues of Culture, Language, and Educational Equity with Students of Chinese Heritage in the United States and Hong Kong (Seminar was presented on 12/2/2019)Dr Benjamin “Benji” Chang
Antiracism and Australian universitiesDr Kelvin McQueen
Coding robots: preschoolers can do it, can you?Dr Jo Bird
Critical challenges in approaches and experience in comparative education researchDr Brian Denman
Doing multi-disciplinary participatory action research with Aboriginal communitiesAssociate Professor Bob Boughton
Harnessing the power of cultural health narratives when working with parents of young childrenDr Marg Rogers
A Historical Perspective on Childhood: Kindergarten arrives in JapanDr Yukiyo Nishida
Inclusive Education and Sustainable Learning in EcuadorAssociate Professor Jeanette Berman
Learning stories from Rinpung Early Childhood Centre, Paro College of Education, BhutanDr Margaret Brooks
Let the children dance: The effects of music, dance, movement and creative arts language programs in a migrant and refugee transition classDr Marg Rogers
Neoliberalism and new public management at UNE: the invisibility of our take-overProfessor Margaret Sims
Multimodal representation of international students on Australian university websitesDr Zuocheng Zhang
Neville Crew Memorial LectureProfessor Jack Beetson
Open Education Resources - what they are and how they might be used at UNEStephanie Forbes
Berenice Scott
Mitch Parkes 
Providing Preservice Teacher Education Students with Flexible AssessmentDr Mitch Parkes and Dr Peter Fletcher
Terrorism and early childhood: Our role on the slippery slope of racismProfessor Margaret Sims
Their experience, their story: Nauruan teachers describe their three-year journey in the teaching profession after completing an Australian online teacher education programAssociate Professor Pep Serow and Roberta Thompson

“Thrown into the deep end with little mentoring” – what our students tell us about their concerns in becoming leaders in early childhood settings

Dr Angel Mok
UNE Discovery - partnerships and researchDr Kirsti Abbott