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Curtin University Professional Learning Hub: Gender Research Network Series

Monday 1 November 2021

Professional Learning Hub

3:30pm - 4:30pm

Delivered online

Register via WebEx

Cost

Free via Webex
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Register via WebEx

The Curtin University Gender Research Network (GRN) and Professional Learning Hub for Educators (PLHub) invite you to a seminar presented online by Dr. Sally Lamping and Dr. Saul Karnovsky: A Conversation on Emotional Silence

About the facilitators

Sally Lamping

Sally Lamping has spent over twenty years as a teacher, teacher educator, and researcher in primary, secondary, and adult education contexts across the world. A large portion of her research is on the secondary English classroom and youth identities, with a specific focus on migrant youth and how schools can become enabling spaces for students and teachers. Sally was a 2015 U.S. Fulbright Core Senior Research Scholar in Adelaide, South Australia, where she worked and conducted research alongside newly arrived students in Australia’s only stand-alone New Arrival Program for adolescents. She is currently the project lead on a multifaceted Critical Participatory Action Research project with migrant communities in the City of Canning.

Saul Karnovsky

Saul Karnovsky is an experienced pre-service teacher educator and early career researcher, specialising in the fields of teacher emotions, pedagogy, professional practice and classroom management. Saul’s thesis explored pre-service teacher emotions in learning to teach. In his research Saul draws upon post-structural theory to examine how emotions emerge within the modern neo-liberal contexts of schooling from the historical, social and political processes in which they are enacted. He embraces an alternative ontological space, seeking to deeply engage with new ideas and different theoretical perspectives of education.