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researchED Melbourne

July 1 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

researchED is back! We’re proud and delighted to be able to return for our third annual conference in Melbourne where teachers, researchers and academics can get together to discuss ways in which education in Australia can use evidence to drive better teaching and learning. Come along and find out what research tells us about what education could look like with 21st century know-how.

All sessions are first come-first served, so you can build the day that suits your needs most. Sessions are designed for anyone interested in finding out what evidence tells us about education, of any level, beginner or expert. We have sessions on literacy, cognitive psychology, best teaching practice, behaviour, inclusion, and many more. Come along: listen, learn, network and challenge!

‘The best day of professional development I’ve been to in twenty years as a teacher’- attendee, researchED Melbourne, 2016

Cost of ticket: $40, including lunch
Donation ticket $65 including lunch

Spaces limited.

Speakers so far include:

A keynote from Professor John Hattie, University of Melbourne

Tom Bennett, founder of researchED and the UK advisor on school behaviour to the Department of Education, talking about behaviour research and what strategies effective teachers and leaders use.
Oliver Lovell, head of senior maths
Professor Pamela Snow, psychologist and speech pathologist
Dr Stephen Norton, Griffith University
Tanya Vaughan, Social Ventures Australia
Brett Salakas, founder, #AussieED

…and more to be announced.

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All day multi-pass (MELB 2017) $32.00

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All day pass + donation (MELB 2017) $50.00

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Date:
July 1
Time:
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Venue

Brighton Grammar School
90 Outer Crescent
Brighton, VIC 3186 Australia
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Website:
https://www.brightongrammar.vic.edu.au