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Colloquium for Fiscal Year 2018/2019

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Colloquium for Fiscal Year 2017/2018

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Colloquium for Fiscal Year 2016/2017

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Colloquium for Fiscal Year 2015/2016

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Colloquium for Fiscal Year 2014/2015

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Colloquium for Fiscal Year 2013/2014

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Colloquium for Fiscal Year 2012/2013

1. Outdoor Learning: How could it compliment indoor learning
2. Developing Essential Skills for Sustainable Living
3. Authentic Learning Contexts: Implications for Teaching and Learning

Colloquium for Fiscal Year 2011/2012

1. Teaching in Low Socio-Economic School Settings in New South Wales
2. Language and the Assessment of Science in Education: Implications for Validity
3. Some Strategies for Helping Children Solve Challenging Mathematical Problems at Lower Primary Levels
4. Innovative Strategies for Helping Children Solve Challenging Mathematical Problems at Upper Primary Levels
5. Beyond Show and Tell: Neriage for Teaching through Problems Solving – Ideas from Japanese Problem-Solving Approaches for Teaching Mathematics
6. What are the Basics Skills Necessary for Children Solve Mathematical Word Problems?
7. Information Processing Taxonomy (IPT)Model: An Alternative Model for Assessing Children’s Cognitive Thinking
8. Implementing Constructivism in Learning Primary Mathematics: Peer Interaction and Hands on Activities, Communication and Mathematics Journal & Non Routine Problems

Colloquium for Fiscal Year 2010/2011

1. Looking at Teaching in ‘Poverty’ in Australia Schools – Science Education in an Inner City School
2. Promoting Culture for Investigative Research – Lesson Learnt from Japan
3. Lifelong Learning System: Learner Centred “School Field School”
4. Cultivating Creativity through Mathematical Problem Solving
5. Do Current Trends in Assessing Student Learning Mean an End to Paper and Pencil Tests? - A Brief Look at Assessment Options

Colloquium for Fiscal Year 2009/2010

1. Lesson Study: Enhancing Classroom Instructional Practices
2. Impact of ICT in the Classroom: Change & Innovation
3. Learning of Science and Mathematics by the Japanese – Some Insights