Program of the Conference Finding Pathways in Education as at 11th July 2015 morning Joint Conference with Universidade Nacional Timor Lorosa’e (UNTL), Dili, Timor-Leste and Victoria University (VU), Melbourne, Australia Day 1 of Conference, Monday 13th July 2015 09:00 – 10:00 OPENING SESSION (CNE Auditorium – 300 pax) Introduction to the Conference theme Dr. João Noronha (UNTL) Welcoming Words Professor Aurélio Guterres (Rector, UNTL) and by Professor Peter Dawkins (Vice Chancellor, VU) Opening Address Timor-Leste’s Qualifications Framework, history and implications, Louise Cook-Tonkin and Maire Sheehan 10:00 – 10:30 Morning Tea (CNE Auditorium – 300 pax) Launch of Google Applications for Education at UNTL by Professor Edmundo Viegas (Vice Rector, UNTL), introduced by Dr Abel Pires da Silva (Director of the IT Department, UNTL) 10:30 – 11:00 Keynote Address The Importance of Education and Training in Timor-Leste’s Development, Dr. Rui Araújo (Prime Minister, Timor-Leste) 11:00 – 12:30 CONCURRENT STREAMS SESSION 1 Crosscutting Issue Agriculture and Rural Livelihoods & Education and Human Resource Health and Wellbeing Infrastructure and National Systems FEAH Room C4 (Liceu) – 50 pax CNE Auditorium – 300 pax Development AMRT Auditorium – 85 pax FEAH Auditorium (Liceu) – 75 pax Regulatory Models Pathways in Sustainability Moderated by Marcos do Amaral (UNTL) Moderated by Dr Nelson Martins (UNTL) Moderated by Matias Boavida (UNTL) Moderated by Eugénio Lemos (Ministry of Education, VU Alumni) 1. Key challenges for teacher education in 1. The Master of Tropical Medicine & 1. The Role of INDMO and SEPFOPE in the Anthropocene Era, Professor Marie Health Sciences Courses, Dr João Martins creating opportunities for certificate 1. Pathways in Design, Architecture and Brennan (VU) (UNTL) courses – Isabel da Lima (INDMO) Building, Salvador Pires (UNPAZ) and Peter Clements (AETA) 2. Teacher training at the University of the 2. Training in health: a cooperation Brief comments by Januário Mok (ETDA South Pacific, Kusum Prakash, (University approach, Dra. Edite Veríssimo (Fundação INDME Sub-commission member) 2. Opportunities with biofuel, Aires Almeida of the South Pacific) Calouste Gulbenkian/UNTL) (Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries) 2. The Role of ANAAA in accrediting 3. Teacher Education in Timor-Leste: 3. First Aid - An Essential Step in the diploma and degree courses, Dircia Belo 3. The Green School in Maubisse, Bela critical issues and future directions, Sancho Health Education Pathway, Mariano de Jesus, (Cruz Vermelha Timor-Leste) (ANAAA) Galhos (Maubisse Green School) da Costa Patrício (UNTL) Brief comments Vicente Faria (UNTL) 3. The US Community College model, Professor David Hicks (SUNY New York)
4. Barefoot College in India with Timorese grandmothers who studied there, Januario Mok (VU Alumni) and Michael O’Connell (VU Alumni)
4. Inclusive education, José Monteiro (Ministry of Education) & Armandio Sarmento (PLAN) 5. Teaching critical thinking in Timor-Leste, Zita Gusmão (VU)
12:30 – 13:30 13:30 – 15:00
15:00 – 15:30 15:30 – 17:00
Lunch (CNE Auditorium – 300 pax) Meeting of Special Interest Groups PLENARY SESSION 1, Creating the conditions for more pathways in Education (CNE Auditorium – 300 pax) Moderated by Professor Benjamim Corte-Real de Araújo (UNTL) Creating opportunity for Timorese students in the 1990s, Mario Carrascalão The new curriculum for Basic Education and its approach to teacher training, Dulce de Jesus Soares (Interim Minister of Education, Timor-Leste) The opportunities of pathways for Timorese students in health and other fields, Dr Ana Soares (Vice Minister of Health, Timor-Leste) Human Resource Planning, Isménio Martins da Silva (Ministry of Planning and Strategic Investment) Diploma courses at UNTL as possible pathways to Higher Education, Professor Edmundo Viegas (Vice Rector, UNTL) Afternoon tea (CNE Auditorium – 300 pax) CONCURRENT STREAMS SESSION 2 Health and Wellbeing Law and Justice Agriculture and Rural Livelihoods Crosscutting Issue CNE Auditorium – 300 pax AMRT Auditorium – 85 pax FEAH Auditorium (Liceu) – 75 pax FEAH Room C4 (Liceu) – 50 pax Community Services courses as Human Rights and Pathways in What kind of Education for Farmers? Improving the quality of language Diploma courses at UNTL – possible Education Moderated by Helen Hill (UNTL) teaching and learning Moderated by Hugo Fernandes (Asia Moderated by Estêvão Cabral pathways to higher education? Foundation) Moderated by Zacarias da Costa (UNTL) 1. Possibilities for UNTL to become 1. Portuguese, Alan Carneiro (University of involved in farmer education and training, 1. Why Human Rights?, Anna Yang (Asia Capetown) 1. Community based Rehabilitation for Professor Edmundo Viegas (UNTL) people with disabilities, an existing course, Foundation) 2. Tetum, Ben Townsend (VU and UNTL Januário Correia (UNTL) & Francisco de 2. Improving smallholder farming and 2. Human Rights in Timor-Leste, José Luís extension, Dr Acácio Guterres (UNTL) Alumnus) Deus Soares (UNTL) de Oliveira (AJAR) 3. English - Pathways out of Dili: a district2. Exporting counselling courses from 3. Permacture training for farmers, Herminia de Jesus Pinto (Permatil) 3. Using Truth Commission Resources in based model for training teachers, Júlio Southern Cross University (Australia) to Education and Training in Human Rights Pereira Martins (UNTL) & Des Kearney Timor-Leste (Ina Varella). 4. A case study in education and training in and Justice, Pat Walsh (Post-CAVR) (ETELP) Baguia, Andrew Mahar, Leopoldina 3. Youth work as a possible Diploma Guterres (With One Seed, Baguia) 4. Student Teacher and Student Views on course, Vidal Campos-Magno (Ba Futuru), Learning English in the Secondary School Natalino Gusmão (UNTL) & Guilherme São Pedro Comoro Dili, Elvis da Cruz Guterres (UNTL) (UNTL)
Program of the Conference Finding Pathways in Education as at 11th July 2015 morning Joint Conference with Universidade Nacional Timor Lorosa’e (UNTL), Dili, Timor-Leste and Victoria University (VU), Melbourne, Australia Day 2 of Conference, Tuesday 14th July 2015 09:00 – 10:30 PLENARY SESSION 2, Building the scaffolding for more students to take advantage of educational opportunities (CNE Auditorium – 300 pax) Moderated by Mica Barreto (Swinburne University) UNESCO’s standards on lifelong learning, Lita Sarmento (Timor-Leste National Commission for UNESCO) The Dili Institute of Technology as a dual sector educational institution, philosophy and practice, Dr Manuel Vong (Rector, DIT) Institutional Self-Assessment and Quality of Higher Education, Professor Francisco Martins (Vice Rector, UNTL) (What does this mean?) Building the IT infrastructure and systems required, Dr Abel Pires da Silva (Director of the IT Department, UNTL) 10:30 – 11:00 Morning Tea (CNE Auditorium – 300 pax) 11:00 – 12:30 CONCURRENT STREAMS SESSION 3 Education and Human Resource Crosscutting Issue Law and Justice Economics and Financial Inclusion Development (Higher Education) AMRT Auditorium – 85 pax FEAH Auditorium (Liceu) – 75 pax FEAH Room C14 (Liceu) – 50 pax CNE Auditorium – 300 pax Moderated by Therese Tam (UNTL) Improving the use of IT and libraries for Moderated by Isidoro Viana da Costa Moderated by Apolinário Guterres (VU education (UNTL) Alumni) 1. Information asymmetry in education, Dr Moderated by Abel Pires da Silva (UNTL) Robyn Sloggett (UniMelb) 1. Opportunities in Law and Justice, José 1. Building capacity in the accounting 1. E-Governance and the training required Teixeira (Private Lawyer and former profession in Timor-Leste, Simon Morris 2. Preparatory courses, whose for it, Liz Baptista (MPCM) & Roberto da Minister, RDTL). (CDU) responsibility?, Trent Newman (UniMelb) Sousa (President Office) 2. Law and Justice: Implanted principles 2. A curriculum for Entry level financial 3. Building Research Pathways, Professor 2. Library planning, Venceslau do Rego and values as democratic State based on services workers, Tuba Rai Metin (MicroRon Adams (VU) (UNTL Library) the rule of law, Tomé Xavier Jerónimo Finances) (UNTL) 4. The Australian Council for Educational 3. Promoting the usage of libraries for 3. Financial Counselling – the Australian Research, Professor Kathryn Moyle (ACEl education, Margarida Mesquita (Ministry of 3. Personal Journeys in Law, experience, Ina Varella Research) Education) • Carla Chung, (VU student) • Paulo Remedios (P&R) 4. Use of MOOCs in Timor-Leste, Monty • José Baptista Neves (CRA) King (University of the Western Australia)
12:30 – 13:30
Lunch (CNE Auditorium – 300 pax) 3
13:30 – 15:00
CONCURRENT STREAMS SESSION 4 Crosscutting Issue CNE Auditorium – 300 pax Bringing together theory and practice in education fieldwork Moderated by Paulo Anuno (UNTL) 1. Pre-service teachers from VU and their UNTL partners speak about teaching practice in Education courses, with Peter Thomas (VU Senior Lecturer) 2. Field work in the Community Development Department of UNTL, Abel dos Santos (UNTL) and Therese Tam (UNTL)
Education and Human Resource Development (Higher Education) AMRT Auditorium – 85 pax Approaches in education Moderated by Eugénia das Neves (UNTL) 1. Pre-service teacher training in TimorLeste, Susana Martins (UNTL) 2. Portuguese language teachers (Pfl/Psl): pre-service training and pedagogical supervision in Senegal, Samba Ndiaye (UNTL) 3. Resource Centers: a tool to support the education system in Guiné-Bissau, Susete Albino (UNTL)
Health and Wellbeing FEAH Auditorium (Liceu) – 75 pax
Pathways in Maritime Careers Moderated by Marcelino Estevão (UNTL)
1. The role of the Instituto Nacional de Saúde and the Ministry of Health in training, Dr Nelson Martins (UNTL) 2. The Family Medicine Course Program, Dr Anthony Cenhall (Collaboration of UNTL, Royal Australian College of Surgeons and Ministry of Health) 3. A New Diploma Course for upgrading Year 12 Nursing to Bachelor Degree in Nursing, Dra Manuela Alves (UNTL)
1. SEPFOPE’s plans for the Maritime and Fishing Industries, Sonio da Silva (SEPFOPE) 2. The future of small-scale fisheries, Rui Pinto 3. Narciso Almeida de Carvalho, Director General for Fisheries (Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries)
4. Writing Didactics: The advantages of teaching writing planning, Ricardo Antunes (UNTL) 15:00 – 15:30 15:30 – 16:30
16:30 – 17:30
Afternoon tea (CNE Auditorium – 300 pax) Interest groups to meet in a location chosen by themselves. Review and make recommendations for recommendations to come out of the final plenary session, Teacher Information Community Law and Rural Financial University Training and Health Gender Infrastructure Technology Services Justice Livelihoods Inclusion Teaching Education FINAL PLENARY SESSION (CNE Auditorium – 300 pax) Moderated by Dr João Noronha (UNTL) Conference findings and recommendations to the two universities, civil society and the Timorese government are discussed and voted on. Closing remarks by Professor Francisco Martins (Vice Rector, UNTL)
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