Registration for AARE Conference 2018 is now open.
Registration will remain open online until the conference starts or until full venue capacity is reached. We encourage you to register early to avoid disappointment.
Registration Categories and Rates
Member Full Conference
Non Member Full Conference
To view the terms and conditions please click here.
To qualify for the member rate you will need to provide your membership number as part of the online registration form.
Information on AARE membership can be found on AARE's main website at www.aare.edu.au/pages/membership.html.
The concessional rate is applicable to those AARE members who have qualified for AARE concessional membership. Please include your concession number when registering. Concession rates do not apply to non-members.
The AARE Conference 2018 will adopt an eco-friendly approach to reduce wastage. Attendees will be asked during registration to indicate their preferences to receive a copy of the printed conference handbook and/or a conference satchel (full registrations only).
Full Conference registration entitlements
- Access to the conference sessions
- Lunch and coffee breaks
- One ticket to the Welcome Reception
- Purchase additional Welcome Reception ticket for $65
- Access to the exhibition & Conference materials
All payments must be received prior to the Conference and are quoted in Australian dollars
Books for sale
There are 3 books for sale which can be purchased while registering. After making the purchase, you can collect the books from the AARE desk at the conference.
Please see details below on the available books.
National Testing in Schools: An Australian Assessment
Over the last two decades, large-scale national, or provincial, standardised testing has become prominent in the schools of many countries around the globe. National Testing in Schools: An Australian Assessment draws on research to consider the nature of national testing and its multiple effects, including: media responses and constructions such as league tables of performance; pressures within school systems and on schools; effects on the work and identities of principals and teachers; and impacts on the experience of schooling for many young people, including those least advantaged.
Literacy, Leading and Learning
How might educational leaders and teacher improve literacy achievement in schools serving communities experiencing high levels of poverty? This question is the focus of this book. Drawing on long-term case studies of four primary schools located in these communities, this book describes the difference between what is commonly practiced and those practices that have a greater chance of supporting young people's literacy learning.
The Relationality of Race in Education Research
This edited collection examines the ways in which the local and global are key to understanding race and racism in the interesectional context of contemporary education. Analysing a broad range of examples, it highlights how race and racism comprise a relational phenomenon that interconnects local, national and global contexts and ideas.
Have a question?
Should you have any questions regarding registrations, please contact the Conference office on email@example.com or phone 03 9417 1350.