The Australian Curriculum Studies Association (ACSA) 2013 Biennial Curriculum Conference
The conference theme
The Australian Curriculum's Cross Curriculum Priorities:
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures
- Asia and Australia's engagement with Asia.
This conference aims to build the capacity of curriculum leaders by exploring the Cross Curriculum Priorities. If you are the person responsible for implementing the new Australian Curriculum in your school you should join us for this exciting conference which will present a range of views from curriculum experts on how we can conceptualise the new Australian Curriculum.
This is a chance for everyone interested in Australian Curriculum - teachers, curriculum leaders, principals, governments, education authorities, professional associations, parents and students - to receive the latest information and participate in discussion about curriculum in Australia.
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Commons [WC]. Above Chinese figure Gugganij [WC], carvings Tourism NT [WC].
Dr Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr Baumann AM...
artist, educator and community leader speaks on heart, mind and spirit.
Brian Manning and Ted Egan...
present the story of the Gurindji walking off Wave Hill Station in words and song.
Professor Peter Buckskin...
asks if the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cross-curriculum priority passes the cultural integrity test?
Associate Professor John Bradley...
discusses how First Peoples knowledge and Western knowledge might speak together.
Professor Kerry J Kennedy...
considers Australia's engagement with Asia: Which Asia?
Professor Eelco Rohling...
talks on understanding sustainability.
Dr Phil Lambert...
presents ACARA's perspective.
delivers the Garth Boomer Memorial Lecture "A fair dinkum Australian Curriculum".
To download information about keynote speakers click here
There are also over 45 informative workshops and presentations based around the Australian Curriculum, cross-curricula priorities from a range of relevant viewpoints.
To download workshop abstracts and presenters' biographies click here
Aboriginal art Robert Young [WC], carving Satrina Brandt [WC].
Cancellations received in writing by the Symposium Secretariat, on or before, Tuesday 30 July 2013 will be eligible for a refund (less an administration fee of $60). Cancellations received after that date will not be eligible for a refund. Please note that substitutions can be made at any time.
Orangutan Neil Liddle [WC], mask Andreas Praefcke [WC], sunset Franz Winter [WC], wayang Amelia Guo [WC].