This is an initial and early invitation to all who may be interested in attending the second Creating Spaces Symposium: Dialogue of Global Engagement, to be held in collaboration with Deakin and Monash Universities. Please send initial registration EOIs to Julie Joseph (Julie.email@example.com).
Creating Spaces 2
Symposium on Assessment as Learning for Global Citizenship
Venue: Deakin University City Campus, Melbourne
Other media access: Video conference and streaming
Date: 30 September 2013
Time: 9:00 am to 3:30 pm (presentations and panel discussion 9:30 to 12:30 and workshop from 1:15 pm to 3:15 pm)
Symposium Title: Assessment as learning for global citizenship: Dilemmas and opportunities across disciplines
Symposium Convenors: Professor Sarah Paddle, Dr Matthew Piscioneri (Monash University Fellowship grant) and Dr Fay Patel (Deakin University)
Keynote Speaker: Professor Geoffrey Crisp – Dean (Teaching and Learning), RMIT University, Melbourne
Goal/Purpose: Professional development opportunity for all colleagues to meet and connect across institutions and disciplines on issues of critical importance that are related to assessment as learning for global citizenship.
We warmly invite you to attend the second symposium on assessment as learning for global citizenship. The symposium is co-hosted and co-convened by Professor Sarah Paddle, Associate Dean Teaching and Learning in the Faculty of Arts and Education (Deakin University), Dr Matthew Piscioneri (Faculty of Arts, Monash University) and Dr Fay Patel (Deakin Learning Futures, Deakin University). It is the second symposium following the inaugural event held in February 2013. More information on the first symposium at http://profiles.arts.monash.edu.au/matthew-piscioneri/creating-spaces-symposium/ and http://youtu.be/IgwoUIZ3L2g.
EOIs can be sent to Julie Joseph (Julie.firstname.lastname@example.org). At this time we are calling for Expressions of Interest in attending (EOI) to help us prepare arrangements. A registration link will be forwarded to interested parties over the coming months.
The symposium will be limited to 60 participants at Deakin’s City Campus at 550 Bourke Street, Melbourne, Victoria. Participants can also attend via video conference and streaming links across Australia. We are currently exploring the possibility of extending access to our colleagues in Malaysia and New Zealand.