An independent chronicle of the Senior Phase of the ETRF
Sponsored by DETA
Who are the speakers?
Dr Bobby Harreveld is currently a Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Arts, Humanities & Education, Central Queensland University, Rockhampton. She has worked in the primary school, vocational education and training and university sectors of educational provision in Australia for more than twenty years. Dr Harreveld has extensive teaching and publishing experience, and her research interests include adult learning, vocational education and training, literacies and discourse analysis.
Professor Michael Singh is a Research Professor of Education in the School of Education and Early Childhood Studies at the University of Western Sydney. He is widely published in the areas of cultural globalisation, post-colonialism and socio-historical research. Professor Singh's research is concentrated on exploring the question of how education might respond to change in the context of contemporary transitions in globalisation. Prior to his appointment to the University of Western Sydney, Professor Singh was Professor of Language and Culture at RMIT University (Melbourne), where he was Head of RMIT Language and International Studies.
Sharon Mullins is Principal Advisor within the Strategic Implementation Branch, Department of Education, Training and the Arts. Sharon has undertaken policy roles in the Queensland Government for the past nine years, and prior to that has taught in primary school, TAFE and university.
When and Where is it held?
Friday 17 November 2006, 10:00am - 11.30am
Conference Room, Level 12 Education House, 30 Mary Street Brisbane
This Forum is presented free-of-charge to participants.
What is the Focus of the Session?
This forum is designed to stimulate discussion regarding the implications of the senior phase of the ETRF for future policy development in Queensland and the strengths and challenges that lie ahead in implementing the next phase of reform. For further information, please see the attached flyer.
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How to Register
To register, please contact Samantha Thorning on (07) 323 71281 or via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Morning tea will be provided.