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Australian Psychology Learning and Teaching (AusPLAT) Conference

Event number: 18723
21 CPD hours
Presenter(s): APS Psychology Education Interest Group

The conference aims to connect psychology academics to develop and progress the scholarship of learning and teaching in Psychology.  It is designed to bring teachers of psychology at universities, higher education providers and high schools together with graduate students in psychology to share new ideas, build the evidence base, and to plan future directions.  

The conference will include small group discussion, round table discussion, as well as state-of-the-art key note addresses and presentations on a variety of topics such as: 

  • innovations in psychology teaching 
  • entrepreneurial opportunities for academics 
  • accreditation and credentialing of degree programs 
  • work-integrated learning and employability for graduates 
  • developing students’ professional identity 
  • competency-based assessment 
  • culture and diversity 
  • international opportunities (for students, and for mobility) 
  • purpose of the research PhD  
  • and much more 

If you are interested in attending ONE DAY ONLY please register here

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About the presenter(s)

Professor Lorelle Burton “What is unique about Australian Psychology?” APS Distinguished Contribution to Psychology Education Award (2016).

Associate Professor Jacqueline Cranney: “What is the future for Psychological Literacy?” ALTC/OLT Australian Fellowship

Dr Jaclyn Broadbent: “Employing digital technologies to enhance the teaching of psychology” Australian Award for University Teachers 2016 Award for Teaching Excellence

Online registration


University of Southern Queensland, Ipswich Campus
11 Salisbury Road
Ipswich, QLD 4305
Start date: 15/9/2017
End date: 17/9/2017
Time: 8.00am - 5.00pm


APS member $195
APS student member $175
Non APS member $250


APS - Psychology Education Interest Group - National Committee
Contact Tony Machin
(07) 4631 2587