2022 REAIE Annual General Meeting
REAIE invites you to the Reggio Emilia Australia Information Exchange (REAIE) 2022 Annual General Meeting on Thursday 31 March 7.30pm (AEDT) on Zoom.
Guest speaker Professor Mark Rose will present on:
Cultural Intelligence; the essential tool for this millennium.
Professor Rose’s presentation will explore the evolution of a new educator who, through cultural intelligence, can ensure children’s connection with cultural heritage and knowledge throughout the child’s early childhood and compulsory school educational journeys.
Professor Mark Rose is an Aboriginal man traditionally linked to the Gunditjmara Nation of western Victoria. With a forty-year career in education Mark has contributed to a broad range of educational settings within the state as well as nationally and internationally. At a state and national level and with community endorsement Mark has served on five ministerial advisory committees. In 2003-2005 Mark co-chaired the Victorian Implementation Review of Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. For six years, Mark held the Chancellor position at Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Education Darwin where he saw Indigenous education engagement with Timor. Over the last fifteen years, Mark has held senior academic positions and in 2020 he became the inaugural Pro-Vice Chancellor Indigenous Strategy and Innovation at Deakin University. Mark’s commitment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education is seen in his role in community groups such as VAEAI and the raft of statutory bodies and other committees he sits on. Mark is often drawn upon for keynotes and media.