Cathy Hunt | Creative Educator
​McAuley College | Australia

Cathy Hunt, Creative Educator, ​McAuley College

Cathy is an advocate for the creative integration of technology in education, developing ground-breaking programs for students around the world that combine hands-on, tactile and collaborative ways of working with mobile devices. As an award-winning educational consultant, presenter, author and experienced Visual Art & Design Technoogy teacher at The St Hilda’s School on Australia’s the Gold Coast, she has worked with tens of thousands of teachers globally to connect creative technology and cutting-edge pedagogical approaches with diverse learners.

Through her bestselling books, dynamic presentations and workshops across the globe for schools, and work for prominent cultural organisations and galleries including the National Gallery of Australia, Cathy models and promotes learning across subject areas that leverages ‘hands-on making’ with 21st Century skills and tools. She has delivered keynotes for Cue and iPadpalooza in the USA, been on the big stage for the world’s large edtech conference ‘ISTE’, and many other other events. 
Cathy is probably best known for her work on, a home base for educators to engage with innovative ideas, resources and technology for learning in that combines paint and pixels. Her site has grown to become the ‘go-to’ and free resource for teachers leveraging mobile devices for creativity.
Cathy is an Apple Distinguished Educator currently serving on the Advisory Board for the Asia-Pacific region. Recent accolades include the 2016 International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE) Mobile Learning Innovation Award, two Digital Innovation in Learning Award honourable mentions from Edsurge/Digital Promise and 21st Century Learning International’s Teacher of the Year finalist. Cathy’s iBook, ‘More iPad Art’ also won Best Non-Fiction and Best Reference title at the iBA Awards in Nashville.


Day 2 @ 09:00

The heART of Education

  • Explore a a new perspective on creative technology integration with an action-packed ride through creative, cross-curricular art-making from across the globe.
  • Movie beyond the buzzwords and catch phrases, what does 'being creative' really mean? See real examples of successful, transferable projects, and artful teaching, from classrooms in every subject area.
  • Get ready to make connections between art-making & making a difference, and, culture & creativity, as we consider tra-digital approaches to the arts for all learners.
last published: 21/May/19 23:55 GMT

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