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Research Forum - Wednesday 28 May 2008

Schooling and human capital outcomes: creating capable, succesful citizens

Sponsored by DETA

Who is the speaker?

Professor David Hogan:Professor David Hogan is Professor and Dean of Educational Research at Singapore 's National Institute of Education, Singapore. Professor Hogan 's research interests include: pedagogical theory, sociology of student achievement, research design and quantitative analysis, education and social theory, education and political theory, political sociology of citizenship and education, and education and social stratification.

When and Where is it held?

Wednesday 28 May, 2:15pm registration for a 2:30pm start to 4:00pm

Room 1, 80 George Street Brisbane

This Forum is presented free-of-charge to participants.

What is the Focus of the Session?

The Centre for Research in Pedagogy and Practice at the National Institute of Education in Singapore is now in the fourth year of a large student multi-cohort longitudinal study of a broad range of academic and "non-academic" outcome indicators that measure key capacities or competencies that young people are likely to need to successfully negotiate the rapidly changing institutional environments of the 21st century. This presentation will include a brief overview of the rationale and the objectives of the project, the nature of the outcome measures, student performance on these indicators, the social demography of student performance, and the relationship between the academic and the "non-academic" measures.

Flyer (new window) 82K Adobe PDF document

Presentation (new window) 1.1M Adobe PDF document

How to Register

To register, please contact Elenny Frost on (07) 323 71281 or via e-mail Elenny.Frost@deta.qld.gov.au

Afternoon tea will be provided.

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