Western Australia Teaching and Learning Forum 2023
Thursday 2nd & Friday 3rd February, 2023
90 South Street Murdoch WA 6150
University Life: Being, Becoming, Belonging
RegistER TO ATTEND THE FORUM
Your conference attendance includes:
Welcome to Country (day 1)
Inspiring keynote speakers
Two full days of concurrent presentations
Sharing, presentations, networking and collegial exchange of ideas
Fully catered arrival coffee, morning tea, lunch
Daily Belonging Sundowner
Two student voice presentations: Panel and Presentations
Informal program for our well-being and belonging
Guidebook Program app
Professor Sally KIFT
Professor Sally Kift is a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (PFHEA), a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law (FAAL), and President of the Australian Learning & Teaching Fellows (ALTF). She has held several university leadership positions, including Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) at James Cook University. Sally is a national Teaching and Program Award winner, a Senior Teaching Fellow and a Discipline Scholar, Law. In 2017, she received an Australian University Career Achievement Award for her contribution to Australian higher education. In 2018, Sally was appointed by the federal Minister to the Australian Qualifications Framework Review Panel that reported to Government in the following year. Since 2019, Sally has been the Commissioning Editor for Campus Morning Mail’s ‘Needed Now in Learning & Teaching’ series.
Professor Kift will present on Thursday 2nd February 2023.
Dr. Bep Uink
Dr Bep Uink (Master of Applied Psychology (Clinical), PhD) is a Noongar woman from Perth, WA. She is the co-lead of the Aboriginal Culture, Education and Equity (ACEE) Lab at Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre, Murdoch University. Her research focuses on understanding how socially determined disadvantage impacts the social emotional well-being of young people, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous, and how social systems such as higher education can support young peoples’ well-being. Her work spans investigations into adolescent emotion regulation, the barriers and enablers of Indigenous student success in higher education, gendered barriers to higher education, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTQA+ youth mental health. She currently holds an ARC Discovery Indigenous grant investigating the impacts of every-day racism on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adolescents and how non-Indigenous peoples can act to interrupt and prevent racism.
Dr Uink will present on Friday 3rd February 2023.
The program combines the formal presentation program and informal connecting opportunities weaved throughout.
Draft available on 9th December 2022. A general program is shown to the right.
An informal being, belonging and becoming program designed to bring that something extra to WATLF2023. Look forward to:
Live guitar or piano on arrival (and coffee!)
(We have players, but you can belong and play on Murdoch's community instruments, too).
Wellness dogs from The Animal Hospital Murdoch University
Collaborative Indigenous-themed art project with Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre
Sundowner each day under the trees in the Summer Courtyard
Delicious food catered by Sir Walter's Restaurant and Cafe
and more in planning.
General program overview AND
FULL DRAFT PROGRAM (7.12.2022-2)
(click to open documents)
SPONSORS WATLF 2023
Call for PRESENTATION proposals CLOSED
The WA Teaching and Learning Forum Committee invites interested presenters and facilitators to consider their proposals in one of four types of submissions. Submissions are due [EXTENDED DATE] 9th November 2022.
There are four types of submissions:
Immersive teaching bites
Nuts and bolts.
Go to the Presentations page for more information and submission details.
Updated 18 May 2022
The health and safety of all delegates to the Forum and visitors to Murdoch University is our priority. Murdoch University adheres to the government requirements in place. For the health and well-being of all participants, please maintain health practices, including not attending the Forum if you are unwell, and consider wearing a mask.
This message is updated periodically to reflect current and potential future directions.
CONTINGENCY PLANNING: In the unlikely event that the face-to-face Forum be untenable due to severe restrictions or other government regulations, a fully online version will be ready. In this case, the Forum will be presented via MS Teams, and registered participants will receive email communication up to the morning of the Forum. Presenters are advised to have their own contingency plan in mind.