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1 Draft Program 24 August: SCHOOLS SECTOR Program subject to change. Full session detail available at Sessions of particular interest to schools sector delegates are marked with a yellow star. Other sessions will also have relevance for the schools sector, so use this as a guide only. TUESDAY 2 October Meeting Room 207 Meeting Room 208 Meeting Room 209 Meeting Room 216 Room Workshop 1: Embedding English language development across the curriculum Workshop 2: Contemporary issues in international education: Schools Sector Workshop 3: Managing Critical Incidents Workshop 4: Getting the Message Right Workshop 5: Pathways Programs: Providing Opportunities for Students and Institutions Deakin Melbourne City Centre Level 3, 550 Bourke Street (Deloitte Building) Workshop 6: Intercultural capacity building for students, staff and the curricula Workshop 7: International relations: developing people and partnership engagement frameworks for your institution Workshop 8: Middle management workshop Workshop 9: New Models for admissions management to enhance recruiting outcomes Workshop 10: TNE Models and New Approaches IEAA Research Roundtable Plenary 3 Welcome Plenary: Plenary Speaker: Mr Kon Karapanagiotidis OAM, CEO and Founder of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre Kon Karapanagiotidis OAM is the CEO and Founder of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre. Kon is proudly Greek, and grew up in a working class family in a small country town in Victoria. Kon s personal experience of racism and witnessing the exploitation of his parents in factories planted the seeds for his passion for human rights. Kon went on to become a lawyer, social worker, teacher, humanitarian and a stand up comedian. In nine years, Karapanagiotidis has built ASRC into a thriving hub that employs 25 staff, has 700 volunteers and has helped 7000 asylum seekers with visas, housing, food, employment, legal aid and counselling. Hear Kon share his experiences and talk about the very serious issue of asylum seekers with humour and pathos. Welcome to Victoria: The Hon Louise Asher MP, Minister for Innovation, Services and Small Business and the Minister for Tourism and Major Events Welcome Sponsor: Monash CO-CHAIRS: Mr Andrew Thompson, Chief Executive IDP Education & Mr Stephen Connelly, President IEAA & RMIT Welcome Reception in the Exhibition Sponsored by Monash IDP Education Pty Ltd AIEC 2012 Draft Program Grid P 1

2 WEDNESDAY 3 October Plenary 3 (1,200 Pax Theatre) Room 212 Room 213 Room 219 Room 220 Room 217 (Sm) Room 218 (Sm) WEDNESDAY 3 October Plenary IEAA Awards Presentation Awards for the following categories: Distinguished Contribution to the Field of International Education Excellence in Leadership in International Education Best Practice/Innovation in International Education Outstanding Postgraduate Thesis on a Topic Related to International Education Excellence in Professional Commentary on Issues Related to International Education AUIDF Tracy McCabe Fellowship Tony Adams Foundation Award Ms Helen Cook, Vice-President IEAA Opening Plenary Keynote Address: Jason Yat-sen Li Speaker Jason Li belongs to a new breed of global and interculturally savvy young Australian leaders who see the potential in open minds and open doors. Fluent in five languages, his life has fused Australian and Asian experiences. He has a high achiever background in the law, business and philanthropy in Sydney, New York and The Hague, and now business development in China and Australia. Jason will be posing some tough questions and new ideas about Australia's future place in Asia as the region surges in economic, strategic and cultural power. CO-CHAIRS: Mr Andrew Thompson, Chief Executive IDP Education & Mr Stephen Connelly, President IEAA & RMIT Morning Tea in the Exhibition Hall WEDNESDAY 3 October Plenary 3 (1,200 Pax Theatre) Room 212 Room 213 Room 219 Room 220 Room 217 (Sm) Room 218 (Sm) Australia-UK Collaboration: The Monash-Warwick alliance Prof Ed Byrne AO, Vice- Chancellor, Monash Prof Nigel Thrift, Vice- Chancellor, of Warwick, UK (by video) Other speakers TBC Prof John Hudzik, of Michigan, USA Colloquium: New motivations and models for offshore delivery Dr Dale Anderson, JCU Singapore A/Prof Chris Ziguras, RMIT, Melbourne & Vietnam (TBC) Prof Nick Miles, of Nottingham, Ningbo, PRC (TBC) Prof Janet Verblya, of Southern Queensland (TBC) Dr Bill Lawton, Observatory of Higher Good practice in Australian collaborations with Asia: Schools Presentation 1: Building multi-lateral partnerships for innovation in schooling Mr Graeme Oliver, Australian Science and Mathematics School Presentation 2: Whole of School Engagement with Asia Ms Leisl Bruhn, Ivanhoe The globalisation of internationalisation: Priorities for the future (Paper 111) Prof Elspeth Jones, Leeds Metropolitan, UK Prof Hans de Wit, Centre for Higher Education Internationalisation (CHEI), Italy Prof Anne Pakir, NUS, Singapore A/Prof Betty Leask, of South Australia Graduate outcomes research Korea and China Mr Dean Woodgate, AEI Korea Ms Cathryn Hlavka, AEI China Mr Jeffrey Smart, Swinburne of Technology Canada s successful approach in collaborative research, scholarships and student mobility (Paper 93) Ms Lee-Anne Hermann, Edu-Canada, Canada Revamping international education: The New Zealand approach (Paper 94) Ms Anne Jackson, New Zealand Ministry of Education, NZ Mr Grant McPherson, New VET as a component of the Asean economic community: Opportunities, challenges and success factors in Indonesia (Paper 108) Mr Michael Fay, AFV Venture Group Mr Martin Riordin, TAFE Directors Australia The Ubuntu approach to teaching international students in VET (Paper 15) Dr Ly Thi Tran, RMIT IDP Education Pty Ltd AIEC 2012 Draft Program Grid P 2

3 Education, UK Grammar School Mr Tim Bush, AsiaLink, of Melbourne Zealand Ministry of Education, NZ Mr Phil Honeywood, IEAA (TBC) Change Rooms The politics of international education: A UK perspective Prof Sir Steve Smith, Vice- Chancellor of Exeter & immediate past President of Universities UK Senator Brett Mason (TBC) Positioning Australia: Skills needs in the Asian Century AUSTRADE - Speakers to be advised Good practice in Australian collaborations with Asia: ELICOS Presentation 1:Never a dull moment in Danang Ms Christine Bundeson, ICTE, of Queensland Presentation 2:Shared interests lead to long term bilateral relationships Ms Bonnie Cothren, Flinders Ms Anne Holmes, NEAS Internationalising education through an effective in-country study program (Paper 51) Mr Michael De Ath, Dept of Education and Early Childhood Development, VIC Mr Alan McLean, Dept of Education and Early Childhood Development, VIC Ms Jill Laughlin, Camberwell High School How employers value international study among new hires: Results from the second QS Global Employer Survey (Paper 154) Mr John Molony, QS Quacquarelli Symonds Ltd Mr Hans-Georg van Liempd, EAIE Ms Davina Potts, Michigan State, USA Working with educators towards curriculum internationalisation for all students (Paper 29) Prof Anita Mak, of Canberra Taking a deeper dive... the overseas learning resource (Paper 141) Ms Helen Masters, Department of Education and Early Childhood Development Additional Speaker TBC, Victorian Government school Lunch in the Exhibition Hall IEAA Transnational Education SIG Open Meeting IEAA Outbound Student Mobility SIG Open Meeting IEAA Foundation Pathways SIG Open Meeting IEAA Marketing & Communications SIG Open Meeting IEAA Internationalisation of the Curriculum SIG Open Meeting Brazil in focus TBA, Senior representative from CAPES Brazil TBA, Rector from Brazilian Ms Tracy Harris, Austrade Latin America Prof Anna Ciccarelli, of Queensland All in together: Building a global practicum Ms Louise McSorley, AEI, KL Ms Monika Engelhard, RMIT Ms Monika Engelhard, RMIT Dr Libby Tudball, Monash Dr Judy Williams, Monash Dr Richard Johnson, RMIT Good practice in Australian collaborations with Asia: VET Ensuring Quality in Transnational Education: The Victorian TAFE Experience in China Mr Gavin Slattery, Chisholm Institute Dr Kate Dempsey, Victorian Preparing for SVP & TPS - Considering the operational impacts of streamlined visa processing and the tuition protection scheme: A Swinburne case study Ms Emma Lincoln, Swinburne of Technology Dr Scott Thompson- Whiteside, Swinburne The Newcastle Model: Using leadership programs to engage with students (Paper 147) Mr Brett Blacker, of Newcastle Ms Nicole Lantham, of Newcastle From study to work: The The contribution and benefits of international students to the broader community (Paper 87) Ms Elizabeth Webber, NSW Department of Education and Communities Ms Nicole King, Education and Training ACT Govt Schools Mr Bradford Hanson, In country experiential learning to intercultural understanding (Paper 137) Ms Lisa Hayman, of Melbourne Mr Kurt Mullane, of Melbourne Expanding horizons in Asia (Paper 85) IDP Education Pty Ltd AIEC 2012 Draft Program Grid P 3

4 Dr Coral Campbell, Deakin Dr Julie Arnold, Victoria of Technology Prof Annette Gough, RMIT & Victorian Council of Deans of Education TAFE International Second Paper to come Speakers TBA Prof Debbie Clayton, Clayton International of Technology Ms Dianne Ruddell, Swinburne of Technology Ms Tanya Perera, Hobsons Asia Pacific experience of Australian international graduates transitioning into the Australian labour market (Paper 45) Mr Mohammad Rahimi, Deakin Victorian Government School Dr Phil Lambert, NSW Department of Education and Communities (needs to be on 3 Oct) Ms Lyndell Jacka, IDP Education Afternoon Tea in the Exhibition Hall Global collaboration in education, training & research: The view from India Prof J Tilak, National of Educational Planning and Administration, India Prof Fazul Rizvi, RMIT Mr Pawan Argawal, Ministry of Planning, India (via Skype link) Prof Amitabh Mattoo, of Melbourne What will Internationalisation of the Curriculum mean for universities in the Asian Century? Prof Anita Mak, Unversity of Canberra Dr Teofilo C Daquila, National of Singapore, Singapore Prof Marcia Devlin, Open Universities Australia Ms Angela Leggett Universität Duisburg-Essen, Germany Dr Wendy Green, The of Queensland Transational Education and its Impact Upon Local development: A case study of the UK-Malaysia relationship (Paper 12) Dr Christopher Hill, of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus Transnational Education in Malaysia: New Models and Opportunities Mr Andrew Nicol, Hobsons Streamlined visa processing (SVP) implementation: Challenges, approaches and lessons learnt Ms Sunny Yang, Monash Mr Stephen Williams, of Warwick (UK) Mr Abiza Merchant, La Trobe Ms Cynthia Celestine, IDP Education Ms Jo Asquith, James Cook Keeping safe in cyberspace: Considerations for the online safety of the International Student Ms Susan McLean, Cybersafety Solutions Mr Tony de Gruchy, Canning College & IEAA Board Member Happy Hour The Boatbuilders Yard and Melbourne Public Proudly supported by IELTS IDP Education Pty Ltd AIEC 2012 Draft Program Grid P 4

5 THURSDAY 4 October Plenary 3 (1,200 Pax Theatre) Room 212 Room 213 Room 219 Room 220 Room 217 (Sm) Room 218 (Sm) The launch of the Times Higher Education World Rankings: Live cross from London Mr Phil Baty, Times Higher Education, UK Mr Warwick Freeland, IDP Education TEQSA Speakers to be confirmed Dr Eva Egron-Polak (TBC ) Singapore in focus A/Prof Anne Pakir, NUS, Singapore Dr Dale Anderson, JCUS, Singapore Mr Daryl Fong, IDP Education, Singapore Ms Louise McSorley, AEI Say it in Six: Social media 1. Getting the Message: Education recruitment in a social media environment 2. The Voice of a New Generation: Vlogging 3. A Roadmap to Establishing a Social Media Marketing Strategy 4. Using social media tools to facilitate learning experiences for international students Good practice in Australian collaborations with Asia: Higher education Presentation 1: Good Practice Higher Ed Timor Leste: Capacity building Baucau, Timor Leste - New narratives Prof Jude Butcher, AM Australian Catholic Presentation 2: Collaborations for environmentally sustainable solutions Asia Pacific trilateral engagement (Paper 58) Mr Murray Rees, Swinburne of Technology Dr Rick J Arrowood, Northeastern A/ Prof Huayong Niu, Beijing Foreign Studies Melissa Banks, Swinburne Institute of Technology Dialogue on transnational education: Diversification and a whole-of-business approach (Paper 76) Ms Susan Hartigan, TAFE NSW - Western Sydney Institute Ms Diane Seath, NSW Department of Education and Communities Ms Anne Goonetilleke, TAFE NSW - Western Sydney Institute 5. My La Trobe sharing what students love about being a La Trobian! Prof Veena Sahajwalla, of NSW Mr Chris Madden, Griffith Morning Tea in the Exhibition Hall Hot topics in international education: Global update Mr Hans-George van Liempd, President EAIE Ms Meredith McQuaid, President NAFSA Dr Lavern Samuels, President IEASA Prof Gordon Cheung, President APAIE Mr Thomas Buntru, Immediate Past president AMPEI, Mexico Mr Stephen Connelly, President, IEAA Critical success factors in transnational teaching at home and abroad A/Prof Betty Leask, of South Australia Dr Fion Lim, RMIT Dr Anna Ciccarelli, of Queensland Offshore VET delivery: A growth area (Paper 96) Ms Tomi Adejoro, National Centre for Vocational Education Research Ms Ingeborg Loon, Australian Council for Private Education and Training Mr Steve Nerlich, Australian Government Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education Say it in Six: Student experience 1. Experiencing a Rural Australian International Education in the Asian Century 2. The value of international students to cultural diversity in regional Australia 3. An Australian Experience for Global Students 4. Multi-Faith Facilities Why, What & How Study in the USA: American universities in the global market (paper 65) Ms Davina Potts, Michigan State, USA The American threat in the Asian Century (paper 63) Dr Sean Gallagher, of Sydney A transnational education opportunity for schools: Delivery of year 12 in China (paper 142) Dr Nicholas Dwyer, Haileybury College Melbourne Dr John McSwiney, Victorian Curricullum Assesment Authority Mr Vincent Lee, Chengdu Shude Middle School, China Bridge to Understanding (Paper 88) Ms Lisa Hayman, Asia Education Foundation, International Qualifications Framework (Paper 42) Michelle Tandy, UK NARIC Tim Buttress UK NARIC Keeping London number one: The London universities international partnership (Paper 89) Mr Gary Davies, of Roehampton London Ms Louise Sutherland, Queen Mary of London IDP Education Pty Ltd AIEC 2012 Draft Program Grid P 5

6 Say it in Six: Research 1. What does it like to be in a mixed gender environment? A phenomenological study for the transitioning experience of Saudi international student in Australia 2. South-East Asian International students preparing for a Business study in Australia 3. Five emerging Global study destinations in Asia 4. Online teaching: are we alienating our Asian students? A case study of Melbourne Change rooms Lead from the back: Lessons for the next sixyear cycle Mr Rob Lawrence, Prospect Research and Marketing Mr Mike Ryan, Perth Education City Guiding principles to protect the human rights of international students living in Australia Dr Helen Szoke, Race Discrimination Commissioner Mr Aleem Nizari, Council of international Students Australia (TBC) Dr Anna Ciccarelli, of Queensland (TBC) Middle East in focus Mr Jarrod Hingston, Middle East Specialist, UAE Ms Pauline Nunan, Univeristy of Melbourne Mr Khalid Alshahrani, PhD Student Monash Prof Stephanie Fahey, Monash Say it in Six: Partnerships 1. Singapore's Global Schoolhouse Strategy: The First Ten Years 2. Reimaging the Tropics: A Case Study of a Engaging in Asia 3. Total Engagement: The new approach to Sustainable Institutional Partnerships in China IEAA Awards: Presentation by winner of best practice/innovation in international education category Speaker will be announced during IEAA Awards Ceremony in the Opening Plenary Session on Wednesday and advised in AIEC Daily Newsletter Ms Helen Zimmerman, Navitas Mr Martin Cass, ACPET & JMC Academy (TBC) 4. From Europe to Asia: A model for faculty engagement through successful short-term study tours 5. Objectives and IDP Education Pty Ltd AIEC 2012 Draft Program Grid P 6

7 Approaches to Partnering with Asian Higher Education: A Strategic Plan 6. Taken to the Cleaners: Employment experiences of international students cleaning Melbourne's shopping centres. A joint report from United Voice and Victorian TAFE International Lunch in the Exhibition Hall ROOM 216 IEAA AGM Lunch provided in room for participants Global collaboration in education, training & research: The view from Hong Kong Prof Ka Ha Mok, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong Prof Gordon Cheung, Chinese of Hong Kong & APAIE Mr Wallace Lau, Hong Kong Education Bureau, Hong Kong Prof Kwong Lee Dow, of Melbourne Prof Stephanie Fahey, Monash Do higher education institutions have global responsibilities? Ms Eva Egron-Polak, IAU & UNESCO, France Mr Colin Riordan, Cardiff & Universities UK Universities, UK Prof Edwina Cornish, Monash (TBC) Prof John Hudzik, Michigan State & NAFSA, USA Prof Hans de Wit, Centre for Higher Education Internationalisation (CHEI), Italy Indonesia in focus Prof Greg Barton, Monash Asia Institute Prof David Reeve, UNSW Ms Isla Winarto, IDP Education Prof Dean Forbes, Flinders To internationalise the curriculum do we need to internationalise our staff? Dr Shanton Chang, of Melbourne Dr Jos Beelen, of Applied Sciences, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Prof Emerita Elspeth Jones, Leeds Metropolitan, UK Dr Craig Whitsed, Murdoch Prof Fazal Rizvi, of Melbourne Prof Michelle Barker, Griffith From West to East: The challenges, opportunities and strategies to increase the flow of student mobility to Asia (Paper 135) Ms Dawn Koban, RMIT Mr J Gallegos, of North Carolina, USA Strategies for inclusion in student mobility: Distance education, regional and low SES students (Paper 126) Ms Linda Rust, Charles Sturt Ms Louise Haberecht, Charles Sturt There s no place like home: Challenging restrictions on students going home For IDP Education Pty Ltd AIEC 2012 Draft Program Grid P 7

8 a study abroad experience (Paper 70) Ms Kate Jennings, Simon Fraser, Canada Ms Christine Berry, of Auckland, NZ Ms Kate Smart, of Sydney Afternoon Tea in the Exhibition Hall Global collaboration in education, training & research: The view from China Prof Li Xiangkun, Hubei, PRC Prof Liu Jianfeng, National Institute of Science, PRC Ms Fiona Docherty, UNSW Ms Cathryn Hlavka, AEI China The 2012 International Student Survey: Australia s international students tell us how we stack up (Paper 98) Ms Ainslie Moore, Universities Australia Mr Kevin Brett, i-graduate Mr Steven Nerlich, AEI AEI Research: A focus on Asia and the enhancement of international student experience (Paper 11) Mr Steve Nerlich, AEI White knight or the devil in disguise? The role of the private sector in higher education in developing countries (Paper 9) Dr Duleep Deoshale, Manipal, Malaysia Dr Rosie Bateson, as Jakarta Internasional, Indonesia Dr Avichal Kapur, Meghe Group of Universities, Nagpur, India Comparative analysis of traditional education hubs: One size fits all? (Paper 59) Ms Elizabeth Shepherd, British Council Ms Zainab Malik, British Council Have tactics towards competitive advantage tainted international education? (Paper 64) Mr Shaun Wllbourne- Wood, of West Australia Mr Norman Peterson, Montana State, USA Mr Tony Cullen, Navitas Mr Kelly Smith, of Western Sydney Developing capacity for doctoral research supervision and training amongst universities in the Iraqi Kurdistan region Dr Christopher Hill, of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus Improving support for the exchange of research students and staff: Perspectives from Europe and Australia (Paper 153) Ms Karin Klitgaard, of Copenhagen, Denmark Ms Dawn Koban, RMIT Ms Tze Ay Chuah, UTS Designing for learning through international experience: Possibilities and pitfalls (Paper 22) Dr Wendy Green, The of Queensland A/Prof Jan Gothard, Murdoch Prof Jenny Strong, The of Queensland Australia s Asia literacy in the Asian Century (Paper 117) Ms Kirrilee Hughes, Australian National Parents understanding Asia literacy (Paper 128) Mr Ian Dalton, Australian Parents Council Ms Tamerlaine Beasley, Beasley Intercultural Prof Kent Anderson, Adelaide (TBC) Ms Tze Ay Chuah, UTS (TBC) East Meets West Conference Dinner at Peninsula Sponsored by IDP Education IDP Education Pty Ltd AIEC 2012 Draft Program Grid P 8

9 FRIDAY 5 October Plenary 3 (1,200 Pax Theatre) Room 212 Room 213 Room 219 Room 220 Room 217 (Sm) Room 218 (Sm) Plenary 3 Plenary Session and Q&A with the International Education Advisory Council Chair Michael Chaney AO Mr Stephen Connelly, President IEAA & RMIT (TBC) The internationalisation of education in Asia: A regional conversation Prof Gordon Cheung, Chinese of Hong Kong & President APAIE Prof J Tilak, National of Educational Planning and Administration New Delhi, India Prof Yeon-Seop Ha, Yonsei Korea Prof Li Xiangkun, Hubei, PR China Assoc Prof Anne Pakir, NUS, Singapore Chile in focus Members of Chilean Rectors Delegation TBC Mr David Nelson, ICTE of Queensland Ms Michelle Lobos, PhD Student Monash & BECAS Scholar Ms Tracy Harris, Austrade Latin America Education as an export for Australia: More valuable than gold, but for how long? (paper 48) Mr Alan Olsen, SPRE P/L Mr Stephen Connelly, RMIT Mr Stephen Connelly, RMIT Bridging gaps, breaking down barriers and building skills: Community engagement, volunteering and international students (Paper 17) Ms Joanna Shaw, La Trobe Safety and integration of international students (Paper 60) Ms Elizabeth Shepherd, Brittish Council, Hong Kong Ms Danielle Hartridge, ISANA Exploring findings from the Learning Without Borders Project: developing and supporting transnational academic leaders to enable TNE teaching excellence and internationalization of the curriculum Dr Beena Giridharan, Curtin, Sarawak Ms Veronica Goerke, Curtin Prof Margaret Mazzolini, Victoria Peter Ling, Swinburne of Technology Gillian Lueckenhausen Swinburne of Technology, Sarawak Prof Shelley Yeo, Curtin Ms Siobhan Lenihan Office for Learning and Teaching (invited) The performance of English as classroom tennis : IELTS scores, bilingual international students and Anglophone teacher education (Paper 151) Prof Michael Singh, of Western Sydney Degrees of Proficiency: Building A strategic Approach to Students English Language Assessment and Development (Paper 31) Ms Cynthia Kralik, RMIT Univeristy Ms Kate Dunworth, Curtin The future of education agent management (Paper 2) Mr Rishen Shekhar, StudyLink Ms Gabrielle Rolan, Univeristy of New England International student recruitment in Asia: Is a one size fits all approach to international student admissions damaging your school s outcomes? (Paper 36) Ms Tracey O Halloran, AEAS Ms Simone Barker, AEAS Morning Tea in the Exhibition Hall Global collaboration in education, training & research: The view from Korea Prof Yeon-Seop Ha, Yonsei, Korea Prof Chung-Sok Suh, Korea Research Institute, UNSW, Prof Kent Anderson, Uni Adelaide The triple international marketing face Off: Asia, Australia and the US (paper 38) Dr Stephen Holmes, The Knowledge Partnership (Aust) Pty Ltd Ms Elizabeth Scarborough, SimpsonScarborough Mr Samuel Ang, The Knowledge Partnership Cutting through the information overload: How international students choose a study destination Ms Lyndell Jacka, IDP Education Prof Shanton Chang, of Melbourne Information seeking The Chinese half-million: Australia s future within the international education sector (Paper 28) Mr Grant Watson, RMIT Ms Sharon Yap, RMIT Engaging with Chinese The global higher education sector in 2020: Opportunities for international engagement (paper 61) Ms Anna Esaki-Smith, British Council. Hong Kong Ms Zainab Malik, British Council, Hong Kong Awareness, strategies and outcomes: Enriching learning and teaching in Our international classrooms (Paper 103) Ms Sue Lubbers, of Sydney Making and impact by design: How to manage IDP Education Pty Ltd AIEC 2012 Draft Program Grid P 9

10 Mr Dean Woodgate, AEI, Korea (Aust) Pty Ltd Ms Beth McMurtrie, The Chronicle of Higher Education, USA behaviour of international students: Foundations for improving communication Prof Shanton Chang, of Melbourne Ms Kate Amos, IDP Education students to improve services (Paper 49) Ms Mary Ann Seow, of South Australia Navigating the waters of a new academic culture: Chinese university students coping with the challenges of academic writing in Australia (Paper 79) Ms Catherine Montes, of Queensland Strategies to support international education: opportunities for cooperation and collaboration between Japan and Australia (Paper 30) Mr Christopher Lawson, AEI change effectively in an educational assessment context (Paper 44) Dr Nick Saville, Universtiy of Cambridge ESOL Examinations Ms Angeliki Salamoura, Universtiy of Cambridge ESOL Examinations Embedding language across the curriculum: a continuum of development support (Paper 105) Ms Eliza Chui, Austrade (TBC) A/Prof Carmela Briguglio, Curtin Change rooms The Global Student Mobility Charter and the EAIE/IEAA Delphi Study on leadership in international education Mr Stephen Connelly, President, IEAA Mr Hans-Georg Liempd, President, EAIE A/Prof Leo Goedegebuure, of Melbourne (TBC) Ms Di Weddell, AEI (TBC) Ms Meredith McQuaid, President, NAFSA Transnational education: New opportunities in Hong Kong Mr Peter PT Cheung, The Federation for Continuing Education in Tertiary Institutions, Hong Kong Prof TS Chan, The Federation for Continuing Education in Tertiary Institutions, Hong Kong Mr Robert Fearnside, Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications Mr Wallace Lau, Hong Kong Government India-Australia collaborations in higher education (Paper 75) Prof Fazal Rizvi, RMIT Strategic framework for international education engagement India (Paper 134) Ms Racquel Shroff, Global Education Solutions Student living environments: What matters most? (Paper 133) Ms Allison Doorbar, EduWorld Pty Ltd Housing and international student experience in Australia (Paper 71) Ms Sarah Judd, of New South Wales Study Melbourne 2012 Research Agenda Australian Universities International Directors Forum (Paper 47) Mr Alan Olsen, SPRE P/L Ms Jo Asquith, James Cook & AUIDF Mr Steve Berridge, Victoria The Australia Awards Prof Geoff Gallop, Australia Awards Board Mr Jason Coutts, Dept of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education, Ms Therese Mills, AusAID Mr Peter Macfarlane, Australia Awards Secretariat Austrlalian development scholarships in Indonesia: Future directions Ms Emily Serong, AusAID - Jakarta, Indonesia Understanding the global impact of our international student graduates what we know, what we don t and what we need to know (Paper 25) Dr Kate Dempsey, Victorian TAFE International Dr Joanne Pyke, Victoria Mr Kevin Brett, i-graduate Group Lunch in the Exhibition Hall Plenary 3 IDP Education Pty Ltd AIEC 2012 Draft Program Grid P 10

11 Wrap up of the Conference: Ms Helen Cook, Vice-President IEAA Closing Plenary Speaker: Sebastian Terry: 100 Things On behalf of every red-blooded person scared of aging, and afraid to follow their dreams, Sebastian has boldly re-shaped his reality as he attempts to fulfil the dreams and aspirations of not just himself, but people everywhere. From marrying a stranger in Las Vegas, to helping to push a man in a wheelchair for a half marathon event, 100 Things takes you on an epic adventure around the world as Sebastian continues on a journey that has no plan. Enjoy Sebastian s talk and look forward to where it will take you in your own journey... CO-CHAIRS: Mr Andrew Thompson, Chief Executive Officer, IDP Education & Ms Helen Cook, Vice-President IEAA IDP Education Pty Ltd AIEC 2012 Draft Program Grid P 11

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