ATEA Conference 2022, Online 06 – 08 July
“Disrupting Teacher Education: Responsive, Reciprocal and Radical Conversations Around Research and Practice”
Our 2022 ATEA conference is hosted by Swinburne and RMIT Universities, and will be delivered online from 6 – 8 July 2022, with a pre-conference day on the 5th July providing sessions that will interest ECR, HDR and Sessional academics.
This year’s conference theme reflects a desire to invite collective thinking and dialogue around how we might be more responsive, reciprocal and radical in our approaches to teacher education research and practice.
As teacher educators prepare future generations of teachers for the complex demands of 21C+ schooling in a global world, this conference theme recognises the need to broaden our scope as a field to engage in disciplinary and multidisciplinary conversations around innovations in teacher education. Our discussions will focus on the responsiveness of research and practice in changing times, the reciprocal nature of teacher education partnerships.
2022 Featured Speakers
Professor Heidi Hanju-Luukkainen
Vice Director at the Kokkola University Consortium Chydenius at the University of Jyväskylä
Professor Heidi Harju-Luukkainen is a Vice Director at the Kokkola University Consortium Chydenius at the University of Jyväskylä and she leads the PhD program and teacher education programs at the consortium. She also works as a professor of education at Nord university, Norway.
She has published more than 200 scholarly papers and worked in more than 30 projects globally. Harju-Luukkainen has worked in multiple countries in top research universities (UCLA, USC) as well as in many Nordic research universities (HU, JYU, GU, NORD).
She has developed education programs for universities and been a PI of PISA sub-assessments in Finland. Her research interests are broad but mainly focused on early childhood education, languages in education and assessment.
Professor Tanya Fitzgerald
Dean of the Graduate School of Education at the University of Western Australia
Tanya Fitzgerald is Professor of Higher Education, a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, and Dean of the Graduate School of Education at the University of Western Australia. She has an extensive record of leadership, research and teaching in universities in New Zealand, England, and Australia.
Tanya is a strong advocate for public education, social justice, and ethical leadership. Her scholarly publications include numerous books, book chapters and journal articles and she is a regular contributor to social media debates.
Current projects include a history of scholarly women and academic diplomacy, and an analysis of the biographies and career trajectories of vice chancellors of the top 100 universities.
Emeritus Professor Robert Hattam AM
Robert Hattam is an Emeritus Professor for Educational Justice in Education Futures and the Centre for Research in Educational and Social Inclusion at the University of South Australia. His research has focused on teachers’ work, critical and reconciliation pedagogies, refugees, and socially just school reform. He has been involved in Australian Research Council funded projects on teachers’ learning in the devolving school; early school leaving; and middle schooling; Re-thinking Reconciliation and Pedagogy in Unsettling Times; ‘Redesigning pedagogies in the North; ‘Schooling, Globalisation and Refugees in Queensland; Negotiating A Space Within The Nation: The Case of Ngarrindjeri; Educational Leadership and turnaround literacy pedagogies; Towards an Australian culturally responsive pedagogy, and the culturally responsive school.
He has published in a range of journals and has been involved in book projects with others that include Schooling for a Fair Go, Teachers’ Work in a Globalising Economy, Dropping Out, Drifting Off, Being Excluded: Becoming Somebody Without School; Reconciliation and Pedagogy; Connecting Lives and Learning: Renewing Pedagogy in the Middle Years; Doing Critical Educational Research; Literacy, Leading and Learning: Beyond pedagogies of Poverty, and Resisting Educational Inequality: Reframing Policy and Practice in Schools Serving Vulnerable Communities. He also has published a book entitled Awakening-Struggle: Towards a Buddhist Critical Theory.
Professor Lester-Irabinna Rigney
One of Australia’s most respected Aboriginal educationalists. He is recognized internationally as an esteemed Professor of Education who works in the Pedagogies for Justice Group in the Centre for Research in Educational and Social Inclusion, Education Futures, University of South Australia. He is member of the Scientific Committee, Foundation Reggio Children Centro Loris Malaguzzi Italy and was Distinguished Fellow at Kings College, London, Menzies Australia Institute. He is a citizen of the Narungga Sovereign Nation peoples of South Australia. He is a recognised expert on Aboriginal and minority cultures and Education of the Pacific. His research focuses on Narungga histories, Indigenist epistemologies, teachers’ work, Aboriginal education, Indigenous Intellectual Sovereignty, Treaty and school reform. He has been involved in national research and Australian Research Council funded projects on teachers’ learning; Indigenist Epistemologies and School; Aboriginal Higher Education; and Towards an Australian culturally responsive pedagogy.
Early Bird ATEA Member Conference Fees
|Member Online Only||$230.00|
|Concessional Online Only||$160.00|
Early Bird NON Member ATEA Conference Fees
|Non ATEA Member Online Only||$420.00|
|Non ATEA Member Concessional Online Only||$330.00|
Full Price ATEA Member Conference Fees
|Member Online Only||$295.00|
|Concessional Online Only||$225.00|
Full Price NON Member ATEA Conference Fees
|Non ATEA Member Online Only||$450.00|
|Non ATEA Member Concessional Online Only||$350.00|
QUT Poster Hall Only