BREAKOUT SESSIONS DAY 1


Choose your 3 favourite seminars. All seminars are 30mins and will run in 3 rotations with 10mins in between each rotation to allow you to move between seminar rooms.

Session 1
2:00-2:30

Session 2

2:40-3:10

Session 3

3:20-3:50

Topic and speaker to be released shortly
(registered delegates may modify their registration at any time)


Topic and speaker to be released shortly
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Topic and speaker to be released shortly
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Topic and speaker to be released shortly
(registered delegates may modify their registration at any time)


Topic and speaker to be released shortly
(registered delegates may modify their registration at any time)


Topic and speaker to be released shortly
(registered delegates may modify their registration at any time)


Topic and speaker to be released shortly
(registered delegates may modify their registration at any time)


Topic and speaker to be released shortly
(registered delegates may modify their registration at any time)


Topic and speaker to be released shortly
(registered delegates may modify their registration at any time)


Topic and speaker to be released shortly
(registered delegates may modify their registration at any time)


Topic and speaker to be released shortly
(registered delegates may modify their registration at any time)


Topic and speaker to be released shortly
(registered delegates may modify their registration at any time)


Topic and speaker to be released shortly
(registered delegates may modify their registration at any time)


Topic and speaker to be released shortly
(registered delegates may modify their registration at any time)


Topic and speaker to be released shortly
(registered delegates may modify their registration at any time)


Topic and speaker to be released shortly
(registered delegates may modify their registration at any time)


Topic and speaker to be released shortly
(registered delegates may modify their registration at any time)






BREAKOUT SEMINARS DAY 2


Choose up to 3 favourite seminars over a 90 min duration. Breakouts are in 3x30 min blocks, 2 x 45 min blocks or 90 min blocks, with 10mins in between each block to allow you to move between the breakout / seminar rooms.

10:50-11:40 & 11:50-12:40

S1 | Practical Growth Mindset - An Interview

  • Enjoy a close Q&A session with the world authority on Growth Mindset
  • Unpack misconceptions, and get real insight into the psychology of learning
  • Make a step change in understanding the psychology of teaching

Carol Dweck, Lewis and Virginia Eaton Professor of Psychology, Stanford University


10:50-11:40

S2 | Digital Plumbing

  • Find out how to strategically digital design and configuration to support broad, deep and focused learning
  • Facilitate deeper learning with a targetted selection and presentation of classroom technologies

Abdul Chohan, Director of Development, Essa Academy (UK)


11:50-12:40

S3 | Publishing Your Own Digital Textbooks

  • Learn how to become a published author and reach the global market through iTunesU
  • Put your expertise and school on the national and international stage
  • Elevate your work through your own published, interactive, animated and collaborative digital texts

Abdul Chohan, Director of Development, Essa Academy (UK)


10:50-11:40

S4 | Student Motivation, Engagement, Contribution and Attainment

Angela Maiers, Leader, Visionary, Entrepreneur, Disruptor, Change Maker and Author, Choose2Matter

11:50-12:40

S5 | A new type of Student Literacy

Angela Maiers, Leader, Visionary, Entrepreneur, Disruptor, Change Maker and Author, Choose2Matter

and

Daisy Dyer Duerr, Rural Educator and NASSP Digital Principal, Redesigning Rural Education, LLC


11:50-12:40

S5 | A New Type of Student Literacy

Angela Maiers, Leader, Visionary, Entrepreneur, Disruptor, Change Maker and Author, Choose2Matter

10:50-11:40 & 11:50-12:40

S6 | Conversations for Educational Improvement

  • Leading with purpose
  • Creating leaders not followers
  • knowing when to say no to conventional wisdom

Maxine McKew, Former Commonwealth Parliamentary Secretary, National Media Personality, Author, and Hon Fellow, Graduate School of Education University of Melbourne


10:50-11:40

S7 | Welcome to the Digital Revolution: Education in the Age of Disrupted Learning

  • Examine the changing nature of our world, and consider education as "the future’s business"
  • Identify essential 21st-century skills, and how they can be used to create modern learning experiences
  • Connect with strategies and resources to engage learners, so they can perform well on exams, while learning the critical new basics of modern learning From PD to degree - attend purely for PD or earn credits towards a Masters in this EduTECH session

Ian Jukes, Founder, Infosavvy Group
Nicky Mohan, Director, InfoSavvy 21


11:50-12:40

S8 | Leading From the Future: Looking Back, Looking Forward

  • Learn how to "think in future tense" using a compelling planning technique
  • Discover the power of collaborative planning through questions
  • Access an extensive digital library of strategies and resources to prepare ourselves and our students for the world of tomorrow From PD to degree - attend purely for PD or use it to earn credits towards a Masters in this EduTECH session

Ian Jukes, Founder, Infosavvy Group
Nicky Mohan, Director, InfoSavvy 21


10:50-11:40

S9 | What's Next? 21 Ideas for 21st Century Education

Charles Leadbeater, Author of Frugal Innovator and We-Think and Senior Research Associate, Desmos, UK


11:50-12:40

S10 | What's Your Innovation Recipe?

Charles Leadbeater, Author of Frugal Innovator and We-Think and Senior Research Associate, Desmos, UK


10:50-11:40 & 11:50-12:40

S11 | Robots in Space! Skills Development Through Inspiring, Team Based Competition

  • Learn about Zero Robotics, the international programming competition.
  • Hear what students learn and how they learn through participating in the competition.
  • Discover how you can run a Zero Robotics team at your school.

Benjamin Morrell, Project Zero Lead, University of Sydney


10:50-11:40 & 11:50-12:40

S12 | Future-focused Learning Workshop

  • Investigate the element of future-focused pedagogies including STEM, inquiry, and PBL
  • Unpack and construct units of working collaboratively to build essential questions and the learning challenge scenario
  • Learn how to connect curriculum to relevant real-world situations and solve problems that matter

Lee Watanabee-Crockett, President, Global Digital Citizen Foundation


10:50-11:40

S13 | Design Thinking and Literacy for Primary Students

  • Get students reading about, thinking about, talking about and writing about designs and inventions
  • Foster the next generation of STEMgineers
  • Transition the consumers of today to become the global critical thinkers, collaborators, communicators and creators of tomorrow

Karen Binns, IT Teacher and Integrator, St. George Christian School


11:50-12:40

S14 | Trends in Learning Innovation

Miri Young, Head of Learning Innovation, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa


10:50-11:40

S15 | Working with AppInventor

  • Connect with the Australian Digital Technologies Curriculum
  • Learn how to code AppInventor on an Android device
  • See where programming can take you

Samantha Pennington, Executive and Software Design and Development Teacher, ICTENSW and Carlingford Public School


11:50-12:40

S16 | K-10 Rolling out the DigiTECH Curriculum

Meredith Ebbs, NSW CSER Education Research Consultant, University of Adelaide


10:50-11:20

S17 | The Wide-Reaching Applications of Video Conferencing Technology

  • The National Virtual Debating competition
  • Music Master Classes
  • iSee Virtual World

Ian Quartermaine, Project Manager (Independent Schools Digital Collaboration Network - ISDCN), Independent Schools Queensland


10:50-11:20

S18 | Practical Aspects of Professional Learning Communities – PART A

Professor Louise Stoll, Prof. Professional Learning, London Centre for Leadership in Learning, University College London - Institute of Education


10:50-11:20

S19 | Practical Aspects of Professional Learning Communities – PART B

Professor Louise Stoll, Prof. Professional Learning, London Centre for Leadership in Learning, University College London - Institute of Education