What have we Learnt about Learning?
AudienceSystem leaderPrincipal classTeacherTeacher leader
Duration4.30pm - 5.15pm
CostDET fully subsidised
A conversation between Dr David Howes and Dr John Munro.
There is much that can be learnt through reflection on the experience of remote and flexible learning.
During this 45-minute webinar, Dr David Howes and Dr John Munro will discuss what has been learnt about the student learning process, with a particular focus on the role episodic memory plays in learning.
The discussion will draw on the work John has been doing with individual students through the period of remote learning and the feedback schools have provided to David over the last 2 months.
There will be an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the webinar.
Dr John Munro is Professor of Educational Psychology and Exceptional Learning at The Australian Catholic University, Melbourne. He is a trained primary and secondary teacher and a registered psychologist.
His research interests, teaching and publications are in literacy learning and learning difficulties, maths learning disabilities, gifted learning, learning internationally, professional learning and school improvement.
Dr David Howes is Deputy Secretary, Schools and Regional Services, at the Department of Education and Training. Prior to his current post, Dr Howes held the position of Chief Executive Officer of the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA).
David has more than 30 years’ experience in education as a teacher, educator and researcher in Australia and overseas, and has a deep interest in curriculum, assessment and student learning.