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Colloquium presentations

The syllabus review colloquium — A proposed blueprint for the future development of syllabuses: fields of learning and study patterns — was held in Brisbane on 21 November 2006.

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Keynote addresses

From the tree of knowledge to fields of learning

(Professor David Hogan, Dean, Centre for Research in Pedagogy and Practice
National Institute of Education, Singapore)

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Contents MP3 file
Introduction (1min19sec) Introduction to Professor David Hogan by Kim Bannikoff (MP3, 309.5 KB)
Part 1. (22min35sec) "From the tree of knowledge to fields of learning" part 1 (MP3, 3.9 MB)
Part 2. (17min24sec) "From the tree of knowledge to fields of learning" part 2 (MP3, 4.0 MB)
Part 3. (20min22sec) "From the tree of knowledge to fields of learning" part 3 (MP3, 3.5 MB)
Part 4. (20min15sec) "From the tree of knowledge to fields of learning" part 4 (MP3, 3.5 MB)

You say you want a (r)evolution

(Professor John Dewar, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic), Griffith University
Chair, Syllabus Review Reference Group)

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Contents MP3 file
Introduction (1min04sec) Introduction to Professor John Dewar by Kim Bannikoff (MP3, 250.3 KB)
Complete address (26min19sec) Keynote address: You say you want a (r)evolution (MP3, 3.0 MB)

Subjects and disciplines: revisiting an Australian theory of curriculum and development

(Professor Allan Luke, Centre for Learning Innovation, Queensland University of Technology)

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Contents MP3 file
Introduction (59sec) Introduction to Professor Allan Luke by Kim Bannikoff (MP3, 231.7 KB)
Part 1. (25min27sec) "Subjects and disciplines" part 1 (MP3, 2.9 MB)
Part 2. (24min10sec) "Subjects and disciplines" part 2 (MP3, 2.8 MB)
Last reviewed: 1 July 2015

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