Speaker Presentations

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Speaker Presentations 2018-05-17T20:23:31+00:00

Wednesday

The role of local government in early childhood development
WED 101 1100 Sophie Calic

Using AEDC data in Early Childhood Initial Teacher Education: Pathways and possibilities for community engagement and professional learning
WED 102 1100 Jessie Jovanovic

Change within community changes data
WED 101 1130 Sharon Fraser

Heathy Kids – Bringing Early Childhood Education and Care communities together to improve the health of our Queensland kids!
WED 102 1130 Skye Fraser-Ryan

Tasmanian places, connections & AEDC – bringing data to life through stories
WED 101 1200 Annette Fuller

Building a shared vision of inclusion. Learning from C&K’s Community of Practice
WED 102 1200 Alison Evans

Do latent profiles of early development (AEDC) vulnerability predict mental illness up to age 13 years?
WED 104 1200 Melissa Green

The Kids in Communities Study: A ‘learning from extremes’ mixed methods approach to exploring community-level factors that make a difference to early childhood development in disadvantages AEDC communities
WED 104 1300 Sharon Goldfeld

The Kids in Communities Study: A ‘learning from extremes’ mixed methods approach to exploring community-level factors that make a difference to early childhood development in disadvantages AEDC communities
WED 101 1330 Karen Villanueva

The role of the AEDC in Queensland’s strategic plan for the early years
WED 102 1330 Mary Lincoln

Supporting Early Childhood Education and Care Centres and Schools use of the AEDC dataset in their planning.
WED 102 1330 Ashleigh Wilson

Dampier Peninsula Family Empowerment Collective Impact, Kimberley Model
WED 103 1330 Dr Jessica Bunning

Redesigning child and youth community health services to respond to developmentally vulnerable populations
WED 104 1330 Nicola Callard

Collective Actions – Changing Communities
WED 103 1400 Jenny Chaves

Logan Together: Understanding the important of its diverse origins to achieving collective impact
WED 103 1430 Geoff Woolcock

Prevention Science in Action: Harnessing the Hive Localised Partnerships to tackle complex issues
WED 104 1430 Giselle Olive

Revitalising Child Development Outreach Services for Children in Rural North Queensland
WED 104 1500 Kathleen Walls

Thursday

Vulnerable Mother-Infant Dyads: Developmental, Educational, Social and Mental Health Outcomes of the Children
THU 105 0900 Vaughn Carr

AEDC Conference 2018
THU 105 0945 Ann-Marie Hayes

The South Australian Early Childhood Data Project: Informing Innovation in Child Protection and Children’s Services
THU 105 0945 John Lynch

A school based child health & development hub – a community development project to build capacity of staff and parents.
THU 102 1100 Kelly Brand

A school based child health & development hub – a community development project to build capacity of staff and parents.
THU 102 1100 Kelly Brand

Early Years Family Violence Projects
THU 103 1100 Kerrie Brennan

Prioritising Families: Public Libraries as Agents of Change
THU 101 1100 Rachael Browning

Literacy for Littlies – A whole of community approach to sustained improvements in early literacy
THU 101 1130 Jane Bobbermein

Literacy for Littlies – A whole of community approach to sustained improvements in early literacy
THU 101 1130 Judy Hawkins

Using the Pyramid Model to Address the Social Competence and Emotional Maturity Domains of the AEDC data
THU 101 1200 Mary McLennan

Australian Early Childhood Education and Development Experience Study – Early Findings
THU 102 1200 Sally Brinkman

Nature Play – The Developing Brains Superfood
THU 104 1200 Hyahno Moser

AEDC: Active Engagement with Data in Communities
THU 101 1330 Geraldine Harris

New skills and understandings for implementing NDIS within early years services
THU 104 1400 Alison Evans

Embedding the AEDC in Tasmanian Early Years evidence-based decision making
THU 102 1420 Michael Dempsey

Embedding child development and early literacy in an Aboriginal health service: Addressing all of the AEDC domains at once
THU 102 1440 Lesley Harvey

Addressing developmental inequity through universal health care: Can proportionate universalism really work?
THU 105 1600 Sharon Goldfeild

Friday

Creating Pathways to Improve Outcomes for Australia’s Children
FRI 105 0900 Brian Bumbarger

Closing Speech
FRI 105 1300 Sally Brinkman