Program - Day 1 - 6th September 2010

Time Day 1 - Monday
8.00am - 9.00am Registrations
9.00am - 9.30am Welcome to Country; Presidents' Welcome; Organisational Issues
9.30am - 10.30am Key Note Speaker: Alan Rayner
10.30am - 11.00am Breathing Space
11.00am - 11.30am Morning Tea
11.30am - 1.00pm
Decolonising Praxis
1.1.1.DEC.1 Cheri Yavu-Kama-Harathunian A transformational Management Model - a necessity for working in Aboriginal Community Development: What do you have in your hands? Standard paper
1.1.1.DEC.2 Christine Stocek/Chief Rodney Mark Wemindji Traditional Artists Association: Improved control over research collaboration supports the emergence of indigenous methodology. Standard paper
1.1.1.DEC.3 Dr Karen Adams/Anna Liebzeit Use of action learning to develop an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ICT resource – ‘Phosphors’. Standard paper
11.30am - 1.00pm
Education and Learning
1.1.2.EDU.1 Linda Henderson A Deleuzian Framework for Participatory Action Research. Standard paper
3.1.2.EDU.5 Dr Dararat Khampusaen Action research for professional development: investigating lecturer in their move toward e-learning. Standard paper
1.1.2.EDU.3 Dr Franziska Trede Where is the praxis in practice-based education? Catalytic paper
1.1.2.EDU.4 G.A Talbot Public Relations education considerations within University: Integrating industry requirements with academic principles. Standard paper
1.1.2.EDU.5 Vicente Antonio Halle How do I enhance my own understanding of the quality of mathematics education in Mozambique in the process of improving mathematics education. Catalytic paper
11.30am - 1.00pm
Health and Wellbeing
1.1.4.HEA.1 Prof Fernando A Wagner et al Developing a Randomized Clinical Trial for Smoking Cessation through Community-Participatory Research in a Low-Income Urban Setting. Standard paper
1.1.4.HEA.2 Bonnie Simons Duty of Care – Practical Implications in the Evaluation of Social and Community Programs Using an Action Research Model. Catalytic Paper
1.1.4.HEA.3 John Bamberg Building Research and Evaluation Capacity in a Community Health Service. Standard Paper
11.30am - 1.00pm
International Community Development
1.1.5.ICD.1 Meghan O'Connor/Laura Fidler Mobilizing Communities for Sexual Violence Prevention: Using Participatory Methods to Design Prevention Programming. Workshop
1.1.5.ICD.2 Dr Peter Westoby Dialogue and development: Storians and community based training with chiefs in Vanuatu. Standard Paper
1.1.5.ICD.3 Marie McEntee More Carrot and Less Stick: Lessons from Agricultural Extension in New Zealand. Standard Paper
11.30am - 1.00pm
Social Ecology
1.1.6.SEC.1 Chris Banks Wok wantaim: engaging remote Papua New Guinea communities in biodiversity conservation. Standard Paper
1.1.6.SEC.2 Robert Sundström/Timeliest Participatory land-use planning for REDD: exploring approaches to avoid leakage and ensure permanence in the context of Angai Village Land Forest Reserve. Standard Paper
11.30am - 1.00pm
Systems/Business/Organisational Development
Jim Sheffield Systems Perspectives in Problem Structuring: Experiential individual and group exercises. Workshop
Geoff Coffey A Systems Approach to Leadership (SAL): How to create sustained high performance in a complex and uncertain environment. Workshop
1.00pm - 2.00pm Lunch
2.00pm - 4.00pm
Symposium Plenary
1.2.Plenary Ortrun Zuber-Skerritt Celebrating 20 Years of ALAR: Revisiting the Past for Present and Future. Plenary Presentation
4.00pm - 4.30pm Afternoon Tea
4.30pm - 6.00pm
Education and Learning
1.1.2.EDU.6 Jane Abbiss Shifting conceptualisations of knowledge in teacher education: Collaborative research, partnerships and power. Standard paper
1.3.2.EDU.1 Dr Claudia Gillberg/Eva Hansson The Creative Transformation of Practices and Theories: democratic principles for learning and knowledge sharing. Workshop
1.3.2.EDU.2 Bruce Ferguson/Pip Ferguson Can the goldfish see the water? A critical analysis of ‘good intentions’ in cross-cultural practice. Standard Paper
1.3.2.EDU.3 Dr Judy Buckingham Partner Assisted Learning: The Research Background. Standard Paper
1.3.2.EDU.4 Kay Distel My Living theory of health and learning: facilitating for inclusion in Higher Education. Workshop
4.30pm - 6.00pm
Health and Wellbeing
1.3.4.HEA.1 Dr Janet Kelly et al The System and ‘the Other’. Catalytic Paper
1.3.4.HEA.2 Dr Tony O'Connor How can patient involvement and leadership further contribute to health service design? Workshop
4.30pm - 6.00pm
International Community Development
1.3.5.ICD.1 Assoc Prof Dip Kapoor/Dr Steven Jordan Education, PAR, and Social Change: International Perspectives. Standard Paper
1.3.5.ICD.2 Assoc Prof Jo Tacchi et al Critical reflections on the use of participatory methodologies to build evaluation capacities in international development organisations. Standard Paper
1.3.5.ICD.3 Tracy Mafile'o et al Photovoice in Youth Leadership Research in Papua New Guinea: Successes, Challenge and Learning . Standard Paper
4.30pm - 6.00pm
Systems/Business/Organisational Development
Jim Sheffield Habermasian Analysis and the Reflective Practitioner. Workshop
1.3.7.SYS.1 John Molineux Workshop on Checkland's FMA model (the organised use of rational thought) and its use in systems and action research. Workshop
4.30pm - 6.00pm
1.3.8.GENERIC.1 Dr Peter Hexel 35 years of AL & AR in Austria: An intellectual, practical and personal challenge. Workshop
1.3.8.GENERIC.2 Dr Pam Swepson A philosophical framework for good research: action research or science. Workshop
6.00pm - 7.00pm Reflections on four keynote themes and streams
7.00pm - 8.00pm Feminist Action Research
7.00pm - 8.00pm Ad hoc meetings/special interest groups/journal boards