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Forum • 'Transitions and Transformations'

Setting the Policy Context for Transitions and Pathways

Professor Anne Jones, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic and Students, Victoria University

Changing territories of work and learning

Professor Terri Seddon, Professor of Education at Monash University

LLN’s role in 'Transitions and Transformations' – meeting the challenges

Dave Tout

T3 Tertiary Contexts in Transition 2 - Research

Further education – the hidden contributor to tertiary success

Fran Newell

Does academic adult literacy research ever reach the classroom?

Sue Ollerhead

T5 Numeracy in Transition

Using ‘good’ questions in numeracy teaching: eliciting and building on learners’ funds of knowledge

Keiko Yasukawa

T6 Youth in Transition • Navigating transitions

Jan Hagston


Conference • Tuesday

Keynote - Foundation Skills for the Future

Kathryn Shugg, Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations

Keynote - Skills for Prosperity and improving Foundation Skills

Robin Shreeve, Chief Executive of Skills Australia

A1 Paddocks to pathways

Julie Johnston and Sue Paull, Diamond Valley Learning Centre

A2 Are we there yet?

Jana Scomazzon, Facilitator of the ISC Foundation Skills Network on behalf of Service Skills Australia

A4 Adult numeracy teaching and learning in developing countries: lessons from Timor-Leste

Beth Marr, Numeracy consultant

A5 Singing for language learning

Jane Coker, Community Music Victoria

A7 Health literacy as a complex practice

Judy Hunter and Margaret Franken, Faculty of Education, University of Waikato

C2 Financial literacy as a context for strengthening literacy and numeracy for adults

Jacqui Remnant, Ahikiwi Research & Consulting

C3 Transitioning f2f LN professional development to online blended environment

Nicola McCartney and Lynette Winter, National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults, University of Waikato

C4 Numeracy - online resources

Libby Rowswell, Swinburne University of Technology

C5 Meeting the CALD learner halfway

Tina Vlahos, PRACE

C6 Looking beyond the results - what's sitting behind international surveys? Lessons for teaching

Dave Tout, ACER and Jan Hagston, Multifangled

C7 Remotely interesting: opportunities for VET students to strengthen the LLN skills

Catherine Ralston, Kimberley TAFE

D1 The word nerd

Bronwen Hickman, Centre for Adult Education

D3 The out-of-class reading of adult English language learners

Kim Hastwell, AUT University and Elizabeth Brugh, AUT University

D4 The object is the story

Liz Suda, Melbourne Museum

D5 Regional voices crying out to be heard!

Jo Hart, CY O'Connor Institute

D7 What happened to the professionals - professional teaching standards and the role of adult literacy and numeracy teachers working in the vocational sector.

Margaret McHugh, ACAL, Pauline O’Maley, VALBEC


Conference • Wednesday

Plenary • Adult literacy and numeracy as social practices: What does this mean for pedagogy?

Stephen Black & Keiko Yasukawa, University of Technology Sydney

E1 Hard to engage learners

Julie Neeson, Southern Grampians Adult Education; Kaye Scholfield/Sean MacDermott, RMIT; Melissa Collits, Project Worker

E2 Teaching outside the comfort zone: self-reflective practice in the ESL classroom

Mary Brooke, Pilbara TAFE

E3 Embedding numeracy into a trades course

Warren Shepheard, National Centre for Adult Literacy and Numeracy

E4 Shape shifting

Karen Dymke, Luther College

E5 What if your lesson was stunningly relevant? Teaching speaking in context

Lindee Conway, Community West

F1 Exploring new options for professional development and skill building - support materials for TAE70110 and TAE80110

Robert Bluer, IBSA and Louise Wignall, Lynne Fitzpatrick, Anita Roberts, on behalf of IBSA

F2 Wading into the reading whitespace: a literacy perspective on e-collaboration to exploit visual texts

Jenni Percy, Unitec Institute of Technology

G1 Diverse environments - educational voices in the workplace

Rhonda Pelletier, Fiveways Training Support and John Molenaar, Manufacturing Learning Victoria

G2 Helping learners understand calculations in a course: moving learners from step 4 to step 5/6 of the make sense of number progressions

Jenny Amaranathan, National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults, The University of Waikato

G3 Digital literacy and future LLN provision

Sue-Ellen Evans, Community Services and Health Industry Skills Council and Kerry Rock, Response Training

G4 Breaking down barriers

Vicki Singleton, Swinburne University (TAFE) and Marina Makushev, Swinburne University (TAFE)

G5 Do we need a paradigm shift?

Manalini (Lini) Kane

G6 Adult LLN on the Level - Blurring the Lines Between Community and School

Malcolm Lobban, Adult Manager and Cath Forrest, Christies Beach High School, SA


2011 Arch Nelson Address

Pauline O'Maley