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When: March 9 2013
Where: State Library of NSW
Keynote 1: Inquiry skills in the Australian Curriculum - Dr Mandy Lupton, lecturer in teacher librarianship at the Queensland University of Technology
Inquiry is a feature of the Australian Curriculum and in this keynote, Dr Lupton will lead us into an understanding of how inquiry is portrayed in Science, History and Geography along with how it is developed and sequenced from Foundation to Year 10.
This knowledge is important to empower teacher librarians to work with classroom teachers to implement the Australian Curriculum.
Concurrent session 1 - Dr Mandy Lupton and Megan Perry
Dr Mandy Lupton investigating and discussing in greater depth her keynote, OR
State Library resourcing the Australian Curriculum, using ebooks, reference books and databases with Megan Perry
Keynote 2: The implementation of the Australian Curriculum in NSW - Cheryl Russell, NSW Board of Studies
Cheryl Russell from the NSW Board of Studies will provide us with a timely update on the implementation of the Australian Curriculum in NSW and what we can expect to see in the future.
Concurrent session 2 - Dr Mandy Lupton and Cheryl Russell
Secondary: Dr Mandy Lupton leading inquiry into Science, History and Geography
Primary: Cheryl Russell implemention of the Australian Curriculum into Primary schools.
Concluding Panel discussion with Mandy Lupton, Cheryl Russell, Margo Pickworth and Colleen Foley - Teaching standards and the teacher librarian. (Mediated by Joachim Cohen)
What new opportunities does Aust Curriculum provide for inter state collaboration between TL's?
How do we ensure the relevance of Inquiry skills in changing the information landscape?
Impact on teacher librarians of National Teaching Standards.
Role of SLANSW in 21st century - Libraries in 2020.