The LCT Centre Roundtable in Sydney brings together those who are interested in LCT every fortnight during semesters. It is a friendly and informal forum in which anyone can present their ideas (however nascent), discuss issues, raise questions, present papers, etc.
When and where:
Fridays 12:00 - 1:45pm
Room 148, RC Mills Building, University of Sydney.
5 Aug – Erika Matruglio (UoW) – Implicit values and invisible knowers: cultivating gazes in senior secondary humanities
19 Aug – Karl Maton, Sarah K. Howard (UoW) & Elena Lambrinos (PEAK project) – Autonomy Tours: A key to building knowledge from diverse sources.
2 Sep – Saul Richardson – How specialisation codes may effect knowledge-building in classrooms
16 Sep – Yaegan Doran – Seeing constellations: grasping axiology in Australia's 'invasion'
7 Oct – LCT-OG – The Semantic Cup: Analysing the journey from novice to expert in multiple fields
21 Oct – Lucy Jones (UTS) – Axiological-semantic density in the humanities
Fri 23 Oct – Karl Maton and Jodie Martin (PEAK Project) – Minions, Middlers and Managers: Knowledge, knowers and social reproduction in History classrooms
Fri 9 Oct – Sue Hood (UTS) - Exploring the dynamics of interaction in a health science lecture: From 'presence' in SFL to 'semantic gravity' in LCT
Fri 18 Sept – Karl Maton and Yaegan Doran (PEAK Project) deliver the finished and final translation devices for analysing discourse in terms of epistemic-semantic density.
Fri 4 Sept – Eleanor Glenn (UTS) on cooking, the LCT way – invaluable insight into how to get from raw data through LCT analysis to the finished product
Fri 21 Aug – Three talks: Mathew Toll, Kirstin Wilmot and Patrick Locke (all PhD students in the Dept of Sociology & Social Policy) introduce their very different work on different topics.
Fri 7 Aug – Saul Richardson: Messing with the magic: Making the invisible visible by using LCT to analyse knowledge-building in jazz education
13 March – Talia Gill (PEAK Project): Picture This! A new tool for using semantic gravity to analyse images
27 March – Sarah Howard and Karl Maton (PEAK Project): Autonomy codes and knowledge-building
17 April – Elena Lambrinos: Shaping Bodies and Movement: Using LCT to explore body pedagogies
1 May – Lucy Jones - “I know it when I see it”: Using cosmologies to analyse doctoral examiner reports
15 May – Sharon Aris:"That's capital!: Using Specialisation to explore what parents seek from a high school education for their children"
29 May – Jodie Martin and Karl Maton (PEAK Project): Temporal codes and knowledge-building
Fri 1 August – Karl Maton: Semantic density: Translation devices for discourse
Fri 15 August - Jennifer Blunden: Postcard from New York: New frontiers and challenges for LCT
Fri 29 August - Karl Maton and Yaegan Doran: Semantic Density: Further adventures in translation devices for empirical research
Fri 12 September - Elena Lambrinos: Embodied Knowledge and Dance Practice – taking the next step
Fri 26 September - Yaegan Doran: Images and Mathematics as Knowledge-builders in Physics
Fri 17 October - Sherran Clarence: Putting Semantics to work in analysing pedagogic practice: Studies of Law and Political Science
Fri 24 October - Louise Ravelli, Brian Paltridge, Sue Starfield: Diversity in Creative and Performing Arts doctoral writing: a way forward
Fri 30th May – Susan Hood: The lecturing body and learning to mean in the uncommon-sense ways of different disciplines
Fri 16th May – Erika Matruglio: Varyingly visible knowers: Legitimation in Community and Family Studies and Ancient History
Fri 2nd May – Ken Tann: Identity Axiology and Iconography
Fri 11th April – Eleanor Glenn: Using LCT to analyse different understandings of climate change: An example of reverse engineering
Fri 28th March – Margarita Vidal Lizama: Proposing a Framework of Analysis of Popular Education as a Knowledge Practice
Fri 14th March – Karl Maton, Yaegan Doran & Talia Gill: Enacting Semantic Density: A mediating language of description and what it can reveal
Fri 31st May - Sally Humphrey and Jing Hao - 'But that's not English!' Providing a knowledge leg up in a knower culture
Fri 17th May - Jennifer Blunden - UTS - Game of Codes: Informal learning, museums and the pedagogic experience
Fri 3rd May - Eszter Szenes and Namali Tilakaratna - University of Sydney - ‘I confess and hope for redemption’: Critical thinking as ‘self-reflexive praxis’ in Social Work and Business - an LCT and SFL analysis
Fri 19th April - Alexanne Don - Cosmologies, intertextuality and invoking Attitude
Fri 22 March - Elizabeth Thompson - Changing the culture of the Australian Defence Force using LCT
Fri 8th March - Karl Maton - Sydney University - Insights
19 October - Lucy Macnaught - UTS - Right grammar, limited meaning
5 October - Erika Matruglio, UTS - From listing information to building knowledge: CAFS and the semantic wave
7 September - Sue Hood, UTS - Ethnography in the service of building knowers
24 August - Karl Maton, University of Sydney - Everything you always wanted to know about LCT and were not afraid to ask
10 August - Trish Weekes, University of New England - Exploring knowledge and knowers in senior secondary music and business studies; or: why my action research broke
15 June: Sarah Howard, University of Wollongong - A quantitative language of description: How can we use LCT in mixed methods research?
1 June: Eszter Szenes, University of Sydney - Critical thinking and semantic waves in undergraduate business Country Reports
18 May: Jennifer Blunden, UTS - A Visit to the Gallery with LCT and SFL
4 May: Yaegan Doran, University of Sydney - Condensation, Gravitation, OR, DR, Mathematics and the Boundaries of Physics
20 April: Jing Hao, University of Sydney - Relating Semantics to field in Systemic Functional Linguistics
23 March: Helen Georgiou, University of Sydney - Using Semantics to Analyse Students’ Conceptions of Thermal Physics
9 March: Christine Lindstrom - Semantics, Link Maps and Physics
Semester 2 of 2011: Roundtable took a break while the LCT course was being run.
3 June: Jing Hao - Surfing on the texts of undergraduate biology.
20 May: Sue Hood - Telling stories in research papers: Telling differences in gaze
6 May: Karl Maton, J.R. Martin, Erika Matruglio and Lucy McNaught - Waving Not Drowning: Teaching teachers the basis of cumulative learning
8 April: Yaegan Doran - Knowledge and multisemiosis in undergraduate physics
25 March: Karl Maton - More than the narcissism of minor differences: Fiercely-fought struggles and fundamental shifts in intellectual fields (or ‘And finally ... the 4-K model at long last’)
19 Nov: Sarah Howard - The role of disciplinary knowledge in the Digital Education Revolution (and using LCT in quantitative research)
22 Oct: Erika Matruglio - Knowledge, knowers, language and legitimation: How to mean in school humanities
8 Oct: Tristan Enright - Tracing the rise of neoliberalism
24 Sept: Christine Lindstrom - Mapping the hierarchy: Teaching cumulative learning in physics
10th Sept: Karl Maton - The 4-K model
27th Aug: Shoshana Dreyfus - Multimodality as a marker of verticality
3 Aug: J.R. Martin & Erika Matruglio - LCT, SFL and the case of the broken elevator: Ancient History in schools
28 May: Sue Hood: Legitimating research differently in different intellectual fields: instantiating different knowledge-knower structures
21 May: Jo Lander: analysis of online teaching in Public Health.
14 May: Reconvening and discussion of topics and issues.
6 Nov: Fran Christie - school English, an issue raising all kinds of questions concerning the nature of knowledge and how it should be taught.
23 Oct: Discussion of ideas raised in the 'Knowledge-building' paper, including semantic gravity, semantic density, cosmologies, axiological condensation and constellationality.
25 Sept: Karl Maton presented 'Knowledge-building', using LCT(Semantics) to analyse the kind of theory that can enable cumulative knowledge and introduces new concepts that address the axiology of fields.
11 Sept: Karl Maton and Erika Matruglio ran a workshop on analysing classroom discourse using ER/SR and SG/SD.
21 Aug: Sue Hood: using LCT(Specialisation) and SFL to analyse disciplinary writing, specifically the ways in which authors create a warrant for their research in the introduction to research articles.
19 June: Discussion of LCT(Semantics). Readings: 'Cumulative and segmented learning', and 'Grammars of sociology'.
5 June: Lucila Carvalho: Using LCT(Specialisation) to analyse design studies, which is a laboratory for code clashes, and then to create an interactive and mobile e-learning environment for informal learning in a Sydney museum.
22 May: Discussion of one strand of LCT(Specialisation). Readings: 'Languages of legitimation' and 'Progress and canons in the arts and humanities: Knowers and gazes'.
1 May: Introductions and discussion of purpose of LCT Roundtable.