2017 DEAN'S LECTURE SERIES
Her Excellency the Hon. Linda Dessau AC, Governor of Victoria
In this special edition of the 2017 Dean’s Lecture Series, The Melbourne Graduate School of Education was honoured to host a lecture by the Honourable Linda Dessau AC, Governor of Victoria.
Watch the full video and other Dean's Lectures on the Graduate School’s YouTube channel.
THE POWER OF FEEDBACK
Dr Rachel Searston and Dr Jason Lodge speak with Laureate Professor John Hattie about the power of feedback. Listen to the full episode on the Melbourne Graduate School of Education’s news page.
UNCOVERING THE INVISIBLE DISORDER HOLDING BACK YOUNG OFFENDERS
What comes to mind when you think of the typical young offender? You’re probably imagining a male, between 15 and 18, disadvantaged, possibly maltreated... but that’s only part of the story. PhD candidate Nathaniel Swain explores this crucial issue.
THE TEACHING AND LEARNING TOOLKIT
Dr Tanya Vaughan and Professor Janet Clinton discuss the Teaching and Learning Toolkit, which provides summaries of education research to identify the impact and cost of various teaching and school management strategies.
Listen to the full podcast at the Teacher’s Education Review.
IS IT JUST TEEN ANGST OR SOMETHING MORE SERIOUS?
Dr Lisa McKay-Brown discusses factors which contribute to school refusal, on ABC 774. Hear the full interview on the Melbourne Graduate School of Education’s news page.
Associate Professor Larissa McLean Davies speaks with Geraldine Doogue about the challenges for the future of education. Listen to the full podcast on the ABC Radio National website.
TEACHERS WITH THE AGILITY TO KEEP LEARNING
Listen to former Principal Michael Muscat, and current teacher Grace Wong in conversation with Maxine McKew on the changes made at Kambrya College as a result of the ABC documentary ‘Revolution School’, NAPLAN results and why teachers, principals and students need continual learning in their lives. Listen to the full podcast.