2021 AEDC Victoria Forum
25 March 2021
The 2021 AEDC Victoria Forum is on Thursday 25 March 2021 from 2.30pm AEDT to 5.00pm AEDT.
This virtual event will focus on the value of data provided by the Australian Early Development Census (AEDC) for teachers, schools, and their communities; how policy makers use longitudinal data to create change and the influence of academics and local areas who have responded to the results over time.
This event will launch the fifth cycle of the AEDC data collection in Victoria, which is taking place from 3 May – 30 July 2021
A recording will be available to attendees until the 25th of May 2021.
The registration cost for the forum is $25.00. You can register now and pay by EFT within 7 days. From 23 March all new registrations need to be paid by credit card when registering online.
Attendance can contribute 2.5 hours of professional development. A certificate of participation will be issued at the end of the event. Click here to download a statement of alignment with the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers and National Quality Standards.
Master of Ceremonies
Thursday 25 March 2021
|2:30 – 2:40 AEDT||Welcome & Introduction||MC – Cathie Nolan
Dr David Howes
|2:40 – 3.10||Monitoring and Mapping: Making the most of teacher’s observations. Understanding context and connections locally, nationally and internationally.||Paul Hon, Tom Peachey, Dr Kimberly Thomson|
|3.10 – 3:40||Life Course Monitoring: Establishing a Child and Adolescent Mental Health Monitoring System||Prof Craig Olsson, Joyce Cleary|
|3:40 – 3:50||BREAK|
|3:50 – 4.15||Strong Families Strong Children: Responding to the evidence, a Victorian case study||Jane Hosking, Jerri Nelson|
|4.15 – 4.45||Panel discussion: EC interventions, responding to the data. Specific communities talking about how they have worked in partnerships.||
Jane Hosking, Jerri Nelson, Kat Thorn, Sally Matheson
|4:45 – 5.00||Observations and Concluding remarks||MC|