Program - Day 3

Time Day 3 - Wednesday
8.00am - 9.30am Registrations at Bayview Eden; Depart for Stream Venues
9.30am - 10.00am Arrive at Stream Venues
10.00am - 10.30am Introduction to Streams - Coordinators will facilitate delivery of papers (25 minutes), catalysts (25 minutes) and workshops (45 minutes)
10.30am - 12.30pm
Decolonising Praxis
3.1.1.DEC.1 Dr Karen Adams You can only know your own story: the precarious position of the action researcher: Part Two. Workshop
3.1.1.DEC.2 Assoc Prof Steven Jordan Nigawchiisuun: Participatory evaluation as indigenous methodology. Standard paper
10.30am - 12.30pm
Education and Learning
3.2.2.EDU.0 Marie Brennan Interrupting 'Neo liberalism as usual' in the education sector: Constraints and possibilities. Stream Keynote
1.1.2.EDU.2 Di Laycock/Margot Long Going global: Action research in boys' schools. Workshop
3.1.2.EDU.1 Jeanette Akerstrom Involving Young People as Partners in Research. Standard paper
3.1.2.EDU.2 Assoc Prof Hornfay Cherng Creating A Dialogical Learning Space: Action-Narrative Inquiry as Alternative to Teacher Education Curriculum. Standard Paper
3.1.2.EDU.3 Claudia Gillberg Organisational Boundary Work: AR inside and outside Higher Education. Standard paper
3.1.2.EDU.6 Marion Milton/Dr Les Vozzo Marion Milton and Les Vozzo. Standard paper
10.30am - 12.30pm
Health and Wellbeing
3.1.4.HEA.1 Helen Kambouridis Using co-operative inquiry and participatory action research with therapists in the Victorian sexual assault field to better deliver services to families who have experienced sibling sexual abuse. Standard paper
3.1.4.HEA.2 Fatemah Adili et al PAR and how women learn to live with diabetes. Standard Paper
10.30am - 12.30pm
International Community Development
3.1.5.ICD.1 Peter Clarke Action-Research for Capacity Development. Workshop
3.1.5.ICD.2 Namrata Jailt/Margaret Bell What makes an Engaged Community? Workshop
10.30am - 12.30pm
Social Ecology
1.1.6.SEC.1 Jennifer Borrell/Jacques Boulet Exploring strategies for social and ecological sustainability. Workshop
1.1.6.SEC.2 Emma Woodward Engaging with Indigenous water values through participatory action research. Standard Paper
10.30am - 12.30pm
Systems/Business/Organisational Development
3.1.7.SYS.1 Adj Pro John Barton When Action Research meets Management Research and Business Strategy- the need for a new approach. Workshop
3.1.7.SYS.2 Dr David McKie/Tony Richardson Towards action intelligence: Strengthening subjectivity and integration in the action sciences. Catalytic Paper
3.1.7.SYS.3 Desley Lodwick Coaching and the Creation of Sustainable Life Affirming Organisations. Catalytic Paper
2.2.7.SYS.3 Eugene Fernandez How do we undertake to emulate and represent what we encourage others to do as leaders and reflective practitioners? Standard Paper
12.30pm - 1.30pm Lunch
1.30pm - 4.00pm
Decolonising Praxis
3.2.1.DEC.1 Summer Finlay et al Action Research in Action within an Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation. Workshop
3.2.1.DEC.2 Dr Susan Goff Reconsidering Participatory Action Research within the Context of Decolonisation in mainstream terms. Catalytic paper
3.2.1.DEC.3 Jacqui Sundbery Indigenous Knowledge and Family Healing, capacity building and PAR. Standard paper
1.30pm - 4.00pm
Education and Learning
3.2.2.EDU.1 Jose Roberto Guevara Once upon a time: Stories for evaluating learning and change in Education for Sustainable Development programs. Workshop
3.2.2.EDU.2 Lorraine Beveridge "Taking Off "and flying with action learning and action research. Workshop
3.2.2.EDU.3 Crighton Nicholas Action Research/Action Learning at One Laptop per Child Australia. Catalytic paper
3.2.2.EDU.4 Dr Les Vozzo et al From Bankstown to Jigalong and Yirrkala: Supporting Pre-service Teachers in the deployment of XO laptops. Standard paper
3.2.2.EDU.5 Katy Jordan et al Students as Designers of their own Learning Technologies. Catalytic paper
3.2.2.EDU.6 Creina Mitchell et al Participatory Action Research (PAR) as a method to reveal assumptions, values and understandings of teachers regarding international nursing student learners. Standard paper
1.30pm - 4.00pm
Health and Wellbeing
3.2.4.HEA.1 Kessawaran Nilvarangkul Strengthening the Self-care of Local Fabric Weaving Women in Thailand. Standard paper
3.2.4.HEA.2 Clare Wynne/Temukisa Vaeluaga The stumbling blocks on the road to post colonial action research in a community setting. workshop
3.2.4.HEA.3 Dr Payam Sheikhattari et al A participatory action research and action learning project to reduce tobacco use among residents of a low-income community in the United States. Standard Paper
1.30pm - 4.00pm
International Community Development
3.2.5.ICD.1 Dr Patta Scott-Villiers Action research with pastoralists in East Africa: a dialogue with bureaucracy and power. Standard Paper
3.2.5.ICD.2 Pat Shannon Empowerment and Deliberative Governance : action research for a model. Catalytic Paper
3.2.5.ICD.3 Amoy Yuk Mui Ong The development of an anti-racism movement in Hong Kong: a project in the making. Catalytic Paper
1.30pm - 4.00pm
Systems/Business/Organisational Development
3.2.7.SYS.0 Rennie Peter How to Change Organizations from the Outside. Workshop
3.2.7.SYS.1 Zhanna Kremez Implementing organisational change through modification of a practice management system in the context of international franchising: an action research case study. Standard Paper
3.2.7.SYS.2 Dr Richard Watson New Application Areas for Soft Systems Methodology in the Information Age. Standard Paper
3.2.7.SYS.3 Ockie Bosch/Kabiz Maani Establishment of Learning Laboratories for Managing Complex Issues. Catalytic Paper
1.30pm - 4.00pm
Generic
3.3.8.GENERIC.0 ALARA AGM FROM 5:00 P.M.
3.4.8.GENERIC.1 ALARA WORLD CONGRESS 2010 DINNER
4.30pm - 5.00pm Buses arrive back at Conference Venue
5.00pm - 5.30pm Reflections on four keynote themes and streams
5.30pm - 6.30pm ALARA Annual General Meeting
6.30pm - 7.00pm Breathing space
7.00pm - 9.00pm ALARA World Congress 2010 Dinner and Entertainment