CETWAC presents a series of public lectures during 2016 about young people and transitions; changes in teachers' work; and the roles of Initial Teacher Education in developing teacher identities.
RMIT’s Centre for Education, Training and Work in the Asian Century, the Children and Young People in the Asian Century Cluster, and the Youth Work Program at RMIT present a series of public lectures that take up some of the challenges and opportunities for re-thinking social justice for children and young people in an increasingly polarised and globalised world in the Asian Century.
Young people, work and the new economy
Drawing on his new book, Young People and the Labour Market: Past, Present, Future, Andy Furlong will explore changes in young people’s labour market experiences from the 1970s to the present day.View More Young people, work and the new economy
International perspectives on teachers' professional agency
Hear visiting researcher Dr Helma Oolbekkink-Marchand from Radboud University discuss emerging research into how teachers understand and negotiate their professional agency and autonomy.View More International perspectives on teachers' professional agency
Video-based approaches to student learning
Visiting researcher Dr Kennedy Chan from University of Hong Kong explains how video-based approaches can promote learning in teacher education.View More Video-based approaches to student learning