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Inside Teaching : June 2011
Inside Teaching | June 2011 DIARY 52 3-7 JULY Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers and the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia combined national conference: Mathematics: Traditions and (new) practices This combined conference of The Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers and the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia brings together teachers and researchers for an extensive professional program of nearly five full days featuring a range of sessions from plenary keynote addresses to workshops and small group discussions. phone 08 8363 0288. place Alice Springs Convention Centre contact Melinda Pearson phone 08 8363 0288 email firstname.lastname@example.org website www.aamt.edu.au/ conferences/aamt-merga- conference 3-10 JULY NAIDOC Week Join the National Aboriginal and Islander Day Observance Committee to celebrate NAIDOC week and promote a greater understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and our culture. website www.naidoc.org.au 8-10 JULY Australian Literacy Educators Association National Conference: Multiliterate, Multicultural, Multifaceted... Melbourne The Multiliterate, Multicultural, Multifaceted... Melbourne conference will support educators to meet the literacy challenges and opportunities of a networked, multilingual and culturally diverse literacy landscape. place Hilton on the Park, Melbourne contact National Curriculum Services phone 03 9417 3555 email email@example.com website www.alea2011.com 10-13 JULY CONASTA 60: Science at the top CONASTA is the annual conference of the Australian Science Teachers Association. CONASTA 60, hosted by the Science Teachers Association of the Northern Territory, offers a lab tech program, primary program, workshops and excursions as well as an optional post-conference three-day tour to Kakadu or two-day tour to Katherine and Litchfield. place Darwin High School contact Josie West phone 02 6282 9377 email firstname.lastname@example.org website www.conasta.edu.au 11 JULY-16 SEPTEMBER Green Lane Diary Years 3 to 7 students are invited to put their learning into action in Term 3 through a free, national curriculum-linked education program designed by Green Cross Australia and environmental educators, teaching the stresses our planet faces and empowering children to enact changes at home, at school and in the community. Students receive a diary and keep a scrapbook during Term 3 of their actions and projects that are making a difference. email email@example.com website www.greenlanediary.org 1-2 OR 4-5 AUGUST Differentiation Institute: Successful Teaching in a Differentiated Classroom Successful Teaching in a Differentiated Classroom aims to help you design curriculum and instruction to meet the needs of every student. Learn how to implement a number of practical differentiation strategies both in planning and teaching place Brisbane 1-2 August, and Melbourne 4-5 August website www.hbpls.com.au 5 AUGUST Jeans for Genes Day Donate a gold coin on Jeans for Genes Day and support the Children’s Medical Research Institute to unravel the mysteries of childhood diseases. contact Nickie Flambouras phone 1800 GENIES (436 437) website www.jeansforgenes.org.au Diary