1. Dr Caitlin Munday: Constructing Community Within the Creative Arts Classroom: A Case Study
2. Mr Jeff Mann: Issues for Boys in Middle High School – What Can We Do About It?
3. Mr Matt Pfeiffer: The Effects of Outdoor Education on Adolescent Self-Concept, Life Effectiveness and Locus of Control
4. Mr Chris Metcalfe: Blended Learning – A Way Forward
5. Mr Toby Castle: Western Privilege and Its Anodyne Influence in Cross-Cultural Peace-
6. Mr Reece Condon: Experiential Education, Flourishing and Emotional Intelligence
7. Mr Eric Gibbings: The Tyranny of Numbers
8. Ms Monique Fewkes: Serving the Under-Served in Education
It was a real inspiration to see the ideas and passion brought forth by the Scots educators, indicating the growing expertise across the College. Members of the audience that included staff members, Old Boys, parents and students were duly impressed with the quality and depth of each presentation. Winners were ultimately decided based on a live voting system, of which Dr Caitlin Munday came in 1st, Mr Matthew Pfeiffer came in 2nd and Ms Monique Fewkes came in 3rd.
The Scots Research Office would like to thank all members of the College who have played a part in making this event a successful one.
Ms Rachel Pan
Research Projects Officer
Professor Smith's visit to the College over the past two weeks also included seminars with staff on faith, language and teaching practices, keynotes on cultural difference at the Ethos Conference. we held at St Andrew's College, and other sessions with staff and students. The Clark Lecture Series, now in its fourth year, aims to inspire the best of thinking about faith, learning and leadership by bringing to Sydney the world's finest scholars. We look forward to seeing you at next year's Clark Lecture Series in our 125th Anniversary, with Professor John Haldane of the University of St Andrews, who has recently been named one of the 50 most influential living philosophers.
Find out more about the Clark Lectures here.