|Robert Tierney Lecture Series (A total of 9 series videos)||2016-2017|
|Channel 10: Discussion of Australian education at federal parliament inquiry – financing, the overuse/overemphasis upon NAPLAN/National Testing program||2013|
|Future of multicultural education, Deutsch-Amerikanische Flubright-Kommission||2013|
|University of Sydney: Preparation of teachers and social workers and the future||2012|
|Dean Robert Tierney, University of Sydney: Key challenges and the future of education||2009|
|How computers are changing the way we learn||1992|
|Robert Tierney Lecture Series (A total of 9 series videos)
Series 0: Introduction
Series 1: Psychological Foundation, Best Method & Psycholinguistics
Series 2: Cognitive Turn
Series 3: Teaching Reading Comprehension & Learning to Learn
Series 4: Reading & Writing: Working Together
Series 5: Assessment
Series 6 Part 1: Social Turn, Critical Theory & Digital Turn
Series 6 Part 2: Social Turn, Critical Theory & Digital Turn
Series 7: Global Issues
Series 9 (Complementary): Research
|Channel 10, Australia, National testing in Australia overuse/overemphasis upon NAPLAN—National Testing program
|Channel 10, Australia, Discussion of Australian education at Federal Parliamentary inquiry –financing, the overuse/overemphasis upon NAPLAN—National Testing program
|Future of Multicultural Education, Deutsch-Amerikanische Fulbright-Kommission
|University of Sydney—preparation of teachers and social workers and the future
Fictional account of a professor whose academic freedom is challenged by a university tribunal. Produced, Directed, and Edited by Dr. Anne-Marie LaMonde. Former Dean Robert J. Tierney, of the Faculty of Education, UBC, commissioned this film as a way to bring to screen an article he wrote on the social and political undercurrents driving the policies in Literacy Education. Dr. Tierney’s article was first published in the Journal of Adolescent Literacy, 46,4, 260-27, under the title: An ethical chasm: Jurisprudence, jurisdiction and the literacy profession. First version of script was adapted and produced as a Reader’s Theatre performance under the direction of Mia Perry for the Keynote Presentation and Related Paper at Simon Fraser University’s 40th Anniversary, March 4, 2006. Second adaptation for screen by Dr. LaMonde.
How Computers Are Changing the Way We Lean.
Segment 6: West High School — Impact of high technology in the classroom. In Apple Computer Inc’s video exploring the difference technology is making in the classroom by demonstrating how tools for collaborative learning and writing, multimedia and high speed networks are enhancing the learning process. February 1992.