Professor Kitty te Riele, Deputy Director (Research) from the Peter Underwood Centre for Educational Attainment | Division of Students & Education
addressed NEAT members at the first meeting for 2017 on Tuesday 28 February at the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania (RYCT), Marieville Esplanade, Sandy Bay from 4.30pm – 6.00pm. The Peter Underwood Centre at the University of Tasmania has as its vision a society in which children and young people flourish in education, and in which they and their communities thus prosper over the whole of their lives. Professor Kitty te Riele provided insights in the work of the Centre towards this vision, including the Children’s University, as well as share some findings of her research around engaging marginalised young people with education. Professor te Riele has made available this NEAT presentation
– ‘Children and young people flourishing in and through education’
. She has confirmed that she will speak to NEAT members in November this year to share further outcomes of the Centre’s work.
Information was shared about the forthcoming 2nd Education Transforms Symposium at the Sandy Bay Campus of the UTAS from the afternoon of Tuesday 11 July until Friday 14 July 2017. This international meeting brings together scholars, policy-makers, and practitioners to reflect on and share insights about our collective mission to raise aspirations for educational attainment. Questions are posed: How do we support children and young people in need? What cutting-edge strategies work for learning in diverse contexts? How can we work most effectively with families and communities to advance educational attainment?