SAVE THE DATE 2015
CHERI is turning 20 and celebrating with its platinum anniversary conference!! Don't miss out on this unique event!!
Save the date: 10th & 11th September, 2015.
SMC Conference & Function Centre, Goulburn St, Sydney
Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
Lynn and Douglas Fuchs, Nicholas Hobbs Professors of Special Education and Human Development, Vanderbilt University.
Lynn and Douglas have conducted programmatic research on assessment methods for enhancing instructional planning and on instructional methods for improving reading and math outcomes for students at-risk or with learning disabilities. The Fuchs’ scientifically-proven reading and mathematics programs, which include Peer-Assisted Learning Strategies; curriculum-based measurement; Hot Math Word-Problem Instruction (an approach for substantively connecting Tier 1 whole-class instruction with Tier 2 small-group tutoring), are implemented by many educators. Each of the two researchers has published more than 350 empirical studies in peer-review journals.
We look forward to you joining us at this platinum occasion.
The conference program will be posted on the CHERI website.
Other confirmed Speakers:
Scientia Professor Gordon Parker, University of New South Wales; Consultant Psychiatrist, Prince of Wales Psychiatry.
Dr Jeffrey Bailey, Professor, Deputy Head, School of Education, University of New England.
Associate Professor Mark Carter, Macquarie University.
Professor Katharine (Kate) Steinbeck, Medical Foundation Chair in Adolescent Medicine at University of Sydney Professor, Discipline of Paediatrics and Child Health, The Children's Hospital at Westmead Clinical Academic, Department of Adolescent Medicine, The Children's Hospital at Westmead
Dr Paul Hutchins, Staff Specialist Child Development Unit, The Sydney Children’s Hospital Network and Honorary Senior Paediatric Consultant, CHERI.
Dr Loretta Giorcelli, OAM, FACE, Special Education Consultant.
Brian Smyth King, director, Disability Programs, Department of Education and Communities
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