EduTECH 2019 Agenda

Sydney, 6 - 7 June 2019

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Jun 608:30
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Welcome by MC

Keynotes
Adam Spencer, Author, Comedian, Maths Geek, Author, Comedian, Maths GeekAustralia
Jun 608:40
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Official Opening

Keynotes
NSW Department of Education, NSW Department of EducationAustralia
Jun 608:45
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Advances in the future of Education

Keynotes
Jun 609:05
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Human + Digital(x): exploring the skills needed to build safe, savvy technology habits

Keynotes
  • Digital citizenship, literacy, intelligence, fluency, confidence – beyond the technical skills required for success in yet-to-be-invented 21st century careers.
  • Schools need to prepare young people with the social-emotional and critical literacy skills required to be a safe and savvy citizen in a fake-news fuelled digitally-saturated world.
  • Adolescence is a time of enormous emotional and identity development; how can we work with this to maximise our positive impact on a generation regularly bemoaned to be addicted to technology?
Jun 609:15
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Building a Smarter Learning Ecosystem

Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
L&D doesn’t own workplace learning. WHAT?!?! Every organization is a complex ecosystem with a multitude of elements. Unfortunately, many L&D teams fail to take a holistic approach. Instead, they focus on their sphere of influence, which often revolves around formal training. Employees are left to struggle with mixed messages and contradictory priorities. This lessens the perceived value of L&D, stifles employee potential and hinders long-term business growth.In this session, we’ll explore the components of a modern learning ecosystem. We’ll demonstrate how these components work together to empower employees and enable performance improvement. We’ll map popular L&D tactics, such as eLearning and performance support, to this framework. We’ll discuss challenges L&D may encounter when working to evolve a learning ecosystem. You’ll walk away with practical ideas that will help you start shifting your approach to learning so that you can meet the needs of today’s employees.
JD Dillon, Founder, LearnGeekUnited States
Jun 609:25
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Walking your Talk: How Leaders Shape Culture

Keynotes
  • A practical, actionable understanding of what culture is, why it is important and how it is sustained or changed
  • Clarity about the influence they personally have on culture, and the tools available to them to influence it
  • Knowledge about how to be seen as ‘walking the talk’ as a leader in relation to the cultural aspirations of their organisation, education institution or classroom.
Jun 609:45
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Jun 609:45
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Top Learning Trends Exposed: Transformative? Hype? Or just BS?

Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
Forward thinking L&D professional are rightly embracing new trends as we try to shake up our profession and deliver greater value for our audience. But how do we know the difference between transformative ideas, distractions, and just BS?This panel will introduce some popular - and a few less-known - emerging trends and provide the audience with an opportunity to vote on their perceived value before presenting a case for or against.A highly interactive and entertaining session, this presentation will span microlearning, emerging technologies, new findings in cognitive psychology, marketing techniques and more.
Arun Pradhan, Founder, Learn2LearnApp.comAustralia
JD Dillon, Founder, LearnGeekUnited States
Jun 610:25
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How to improve customer experience with training

Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
Join Philip Tutty from SAP Litmos for a presentation on how training can improve your organisations customer experience and satisfaction. Whether it is training frontline employees, external contractors or the customers themselves, an exceptional training program can boost customer engagement and meet their expectations.
Philip Tutty, Head Of Apac, LitmosAustralia
Jun 611:00
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Content vs Skill

Expo Mainstage (Free)
Moderator: Dan Haesler, Educator And Writer, Cut Through Coaching & ConsultingAustralia
Michelle Michael, Principal Education Officer Nsw Doe Stemshare Community, Information Technology DirectorateAustralia
Jun 611:15
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New Era, Same Spirit

Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
How did Qantas prepare their cabin crew for an aircraft yet to be built? Three simulations and a great project team later, the dream of the 787 Dreamliner came to life.Ensure your seat belt is firmly fastened for this presentation, which will take you behind the scenes of how simulations enabled the service design for the world’s second longest flight and the training for over 1000 cabin crew in four geographically diverse locations.
Roslyn Colagrossi, Manager Service Development, QantasAustralia
Robyn Essex, Director and Principal Consultant, Rialto ConsultingAustralia
Jun 611:30
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3x30 minute Learning Lab – Google for Education

Breakouts - Seminars
Who should attend?School executive team and ICT managers and directors
Jun 611:30
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3x30 minute seminar - Adobe

Breakouts - Seminars
Digital creativity throughout the curriculum with AdobeTraditionally, Adobe software has been seen by educators as very high-end, professional applications used by the multimedia and print industry. Over the past five years, Adobe has been adding a wide range of low-end, very simple digital creativity applications such as the Adobe Spark tools and a number of mobile apps that are ideal for Primary & Secondary teachers who are looking for creative ways to enhance teaching and learning. Most schools in ANZ have access to this amazing software and this session (hosted by Dr Tim Kitchen as well as Aussie Adobe Education Leaders) will share how these tools are being used in classrooms around the globe to enhance creativity and engagement in most areas of the K12 & Higher Ed Curriculum.WHO SHOULD ATTEND?School senior management and executive team
Tim Kitchen, Senior Education Specialist (Apac), AdobeAustralia
Jun 611:30
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3x30 minute Seminar – Lenovo

Breakouts - Seminars
The Fourth Industrial Revolution, Emerging Technologies and the Impact on your Learning EnvironmentWe are now in the early stages of what people are calling the “Fourth Industrial Revolution”, an ever evolving era that profoundly combines the digital, physical and biological systems in a way never seen before. Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence and robotics are changing the way that we live and work and the rapid pace of change is disrupting nearly every industry across the globe.Join Lenovo for insight into some of the technologies, solutions and platforms that are enabling this change as well as examples where Lenovo has been working to enable Digital Transformation in the learning environments. Who should attend? School leaders and executive team
Jun 611:30
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3x30 minute Seminar – Microsoft

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Accessibility SeminarJoin this seminar to learn how you can address a diversity of needs and provide personalised learning to empower every student in your classroom.Attendees at this seminar will:
  • Learn how to create an accessible and personalised experience for your students in Windows 10 and Office 365;
  • Experience the tools and apps available (like Immersive Reader) to create accessible content and improve reading comprehension and writing;
  • Understand how students can demonstrate their understanding using inputs other than keyboarding and text.
Who should attend:K-12 School teachers and leaders who want to unlock the potential of all their students.
Troy Waller, Microsoft Learning Delivery & Accessibility Specialist, MicrosoftAustralia
Jun 611:30
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3x30 minute Seminar – NorvaNivel

Breakouts - Seminars
In this age of exponential innovation, it is imperative for learners move beyond basic funds of knowledge to develop crucial new skillsets. Known as the Transversal Skills, this curriculum develops executive functioning; accounts for learner variability; and promotes learner autonomy – but most successfully if delivered in an inclusive and engaging environment. In this session, you will learn more about:
  • Design principles that facilitate successful learning outcomes for a future-focused curriculum
  • Real-life implementations of these design principles
  • How you can positively impact the design process in your school
Who should attend? Business managers, executive team, architects, designers
Jun 612:05
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Gamification or Simulation: Why Don’t We Have Both?

Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
Brendan Hill, Training Project Manager (Transformation), AusgridAustralia
Robyn Essex, Director and Principal Consultant, Rialto ConsultingAustralia
Anna Keavney, Client Services Manager, Elemental ProjectsAustralia
Jun 612:20
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Learning by design

Expo Mainstage (Free)
  • The learning that happens in most schools is pre-determined by a design best suited for an industrial, mass-production model
  • How the obsolete physical shape of schools points to a far more troubling reality that education itself has become obsolete
  • Specific and immediately usable ideas to transform learning, the learning environment for all students and, by extension, education itself
Jun 612:40
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Why we should let the children play more?

Schools
  • State of PLAY: Quick look around the world how children play these days
  • Why PLAY?: Three fundamental arguments in favour of play and one word of warning
  • What we adults can do?: Three practical suggestions for you and me for better play
Jun 613:00
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Special guest keynote

Schools
Coming Soon, HP Inc.Australia
Jun 613:00
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Planning for the future – trends and key issues

Build/Design
  • Global drives influencing the future of our urban areas and cities
  • A strategic planning approach to managing change and growth across NSW
  • The implications for the provision of educational facilities and services in the context of significant change.
Gary White, Chief Planner, Department of PlanningAustralia
Jun 613:00
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The changing face of education - connection, collaboration and engagement

ICT Management
  • Share his experience using technology as a tool to engage and empower learners
  • Empower you to be connected and engage students in global collaboration opportunities
  • Share tips on engagement in the digital world
Jun 613:00
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Partnerships to deliver higher education on a global scale

Higher Education
  • Drive for excellence in research and education
  • A passion for social justice and engagement to improve lives
  • Committed to achieving global impact through powerful partnerships and by working with disadvantaged and marginalised communities
Jun 613:20
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The power of student voice

Schools
  • Is there ever a time to silence student voice to strengthen student voice?
  • The lesson learnt when the world knows all about your school and it ain't good.. and your students seem to love it!
  • Why leadership demands that even in our darkest days we must find the solution in the problem, be innovative in our response, use the problem to educate and always take our students with us..
Iris Nastasi, Executive Principal, Leadership And Succession, Sydney Catholic SchoolsAustralia
Jun 613:20
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Managing large scale implementation

ICT Management
  • Understanding the economies and restraints.
  • Managing risks.
  • Continuous monitoring.
Helen Bremner, Director Of Ict, Wenona SchoolAustralia
Jun 613:20
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Masterplanning - more than just architecture

Build/Design
Paynter Dixon will share their considerable experience in the process of masterplanning schools to explain thatit's more than just architecture. Using real examples this presentation will explore the importance of getting your staff on board, linking your master plan to your pedagogical approach,facility condition assessments, community engagement, incorporating a digital master plan and much more.
Matthew Greene, Head Of Education, Paynter Dixon Constructions Pty LimitedAustralia
Jun 613:20
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The changing face of postgraduate education

Higher Education
  • Postgraduate study is becoming increasingly common, with over 400,000 postgraduate students now at Australian universities.
  • 30 years ago, postgrad coursework students were usually older, established in their careers, and more financially secure. Now, many are doing postgrad study straight after finishing their first degree.
  • With this many students, how is the value and experience of postgraduate study changing over time?
Jun 613:30
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3x30 minute Seminar – Aruba

Breakouts - Seminars
How automation, orchestration and proactive user experience insight is delivering the best IT networks in EducationDelivering an immersive digital learning environment places high demands on your IT networking infrastructure. The traditional approach of reactive troubleshooting, manual access control and piecemeal configuration is no longer viable. Today’s top performing IT teams leverage automation, orchestration and proactive user experience insights to provide a high-performance, secure digital learning environment. Hear from Aruba’s APJ Director of Systems Engineering as he introduces User Experience Insights, and how this simple, intuitive technology is being applied in Education, including ensuring NAPLAN readiness.Who should attend?School ICT staff
Mark Verbloot, Director Of Systems Engineering, ArubaAustralia
Jun 613:30
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3x30 minute Seminar – Microsoft

Breakouts - Seminars
Azure Seminar“Protect What Matters Most with Microsoft Azure”More than 70% of on-premise workloads today run Windows Server & over 50% of deployed SQL Server is 2008 or 2008 R2 or older.Azure: Helping Education secure precious data, enhance application performance and remain on supported platforms.Who should attend?School ICT Managers
Peter Manoukian, Microsoft Education Solution Specialist, MicrosoftAustralia
Jun 613:30
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3x30 minute Seminar – VEX Robotics

Breakouts - Seminars
Join this seminar to find out how Barker College has implemented VEX Robotics into their curriculum and extra-curricular activities from middle through secondary years.Please join Lael and his team as they share their successes (including tips and practical advice) with implementing various Robotic platforms into the classroom. Free resources and curriculum will be made available. Find out how Barker College uses VEX IQ in the Junior School Curriculum, as well as the more intensive co-curricular program running two afternoons per week with 20 kids. Learn from Dave Frazer as he explains how he uses VEX IQ to prepare his students for the next platform, VEX V5. Then hear from Kathy Haigh with details about their participation with the secondary school platform in class, after school and also competing at the “Nationals” this past year. Plus, if you’re curious to learn even more, then come meet the VEX team at Booth 821. Barker College also have everything in action twice a week. If you wanted to take a look, come by and make a time!Who should attend?School teachers and Principals from middle through secondary years
Jun 613:40
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NSW curriculum review

Schools
  • An overview of the first comprehensive review of the whole NSW curriculum since 1989.
  • Hear what the NSW public and key stakeholders believe should be the purposes of schooling in the 21st Century, including key skills, knowledge and attributes.
  • Consider what needs to change to build on system strengths to better support teaching, learning, assessment and reporting
Jun 613:40
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Crafting Activity Based Learning Environments: An Evidence Based Design Approach

Build/Design
  • Examine some research on learning environments;
  • Introduce and define activity theory and affordance theory;
  • Present international examples spatial designs for the physical environment that enhance the pedagogy of the place; and
  • Consider how the interior spatial design may be organized to support activity based learning.
Jun 613:40
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Safety first - Teaching information privacy and security with high engagement

ICT Management
  • Meeting the ICT General Capabilities outcomes for being safe online
  • Teaching students cyber security awareness by thinking from a hacker’s point-of-view
  • Explore detailed lesson plans that guide these valuable learning experiences
Jun 613:40
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Leading University-wide transformational change: Victoria University

Higher Education
  • A case study of the most transformational change undertaken at any Australian university in living memory
  • Focussed on the elements of leadership that have contributed to a successful transformational change
  • The leadership lessons learnt from ‘starting again’ with a new model
Jun 613:40
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Overcoming the training transfer problem with the 70:20:10 framework

Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
  • Training has only a limited role in creating high performance in organisations
  • The training transfer problem has been created because we haven’t been using optimal approaches for solving performance problems
  • Frameworks such as the 70:20:10 model can help rectify this issue by bringing learning and working closer together.
Jun 614:00
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A Chatbot Case Study - Creating Impact with Learning Transfer

Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
Creating behavioural change is key to any learning initiative. It's proven that following up learning with a coaching-based methodology will deliver far superior results than training alone. Could chatbot technology be utilised to solve the age-old problem of transfer?The presenters will share all from a case study that used an AI chatbot to drive behavioural change.KEY TAKEAWAYS:
  • Discover an innovative approach of using AI chatbots for learning transfer and evaluation
  • Explore how lessons learned from chatbot usage in the marketing and service function can be applied to your learning initiatives
  • Find out about the powerful results from a case study into this experimental technology at a large pharmaceutical company
Marie Daniels, Learning Lead for Pharma Sales, ANZ, BayerAustralia
Emma Weber, CEO and Founder, Transfer Of LearningAustralia
Jun 614:20
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Team teaching

Expo Mainstage (Free)
  • What is team teaching and why it’s so important in schools
  • The purpose of team teaching
  • Case study of the team teaching program at Fairfield High School
Jun 614:40
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Learning services architecture – The next Chapter

ICT Management
  • What is the LSA?
  • The benefits of LSA
  • Making it Real - National Use Cases
Jun 614:40
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The future of school infrastructure

Build/Design
Coming Soon, SINSWAustralia
Jun 614:40
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Increasing well-being and self identity through service learning

Higher Education
  • Transformational service learning opportunities for tertiary students
  • The gift of giving
  • Wellbeing through altruism
Tim Perkins, Senior Associate, Cut Through Coaching & ConsultingAustralia
Jun 614:40
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LinkedIn Learning 2019 Workplace Learning Report: Why 2019 is the breakout year for talent developers

Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
LinkedIn Learning surveyed more than 3,300 talent developers and employees to understand critical industry trends impacting workplace learning. In this ‘quick fire’ session, Jason will help you leverage this industry data along with insights from the LinkedIn platform to leverage increased influence and budget, close skills gaps, increase learner engagement, and tap into the potential of all learners from Gen Z to Boomers.
Jason Laufer, Senior Director, Talent & Learning Solutions ANZ, LinkedinAustralia
Jun 614:40
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Operationalising the Gonski agenda in schools

Expo Mainstage (Free)
  • Why we need school reform in Australia
  • The practical applications from the Gonski agenda
  • Driving school improvement
Jun 615:00
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Leadership In Education

Schools
  • Leaders in education need to give themselves some space to think and to lead
  • The difference between leadership and management
  • What education leadership looks like at the political level
Jun 615:00
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Challenges of managing ICT systems in a fast-changing technology landscape

ICT Management
  • Impact of changing technologies on management of current IT systems
  • Challenges and risks involved in the transition/modernisation of existing IT environment
  • Managing security and service delivery while undertaking the transition/modernisation process
Jun 615:00
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Keeping Australia’s workforce in front of global megatrends

Higher Education
  • Transforming vocational training to respond to the needs of a rapidly changing economy
  • Growing commercial Business to Business services
  • Using international megatrends to create employment opportunities in regional Australia.
Jun 615:00
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Observations of practice: what makes a great MakerSpace

Expo Mainstage (Free)
  • developing the vision and goals for your MakerSpace
  • practical ideas for embedding a Maker Culture in your school/institution
  • developing and prioritising a tools / devices inventory
Jun 615:10
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SHIFT HAPPENS

Build/Design
  • Changing the paradigm of teaching and learning
  • Trans-disciplinary learning in High Schools
  • HUBS, pods and Huddles, new learning for a new century
Tracey Breese, Principal, Kurri Kurri High SchoolAustralia
Jun 615:20
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The Art and Science of Teaching at Scale

Schools
  • The Marsden Way - focusing on explicit and direct instruction
  • The art and the science of teaching
Manisha Gazula, Principal, Marsden Road Public SchoolAustralia
Jun 615:20
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How to review your ICT management strategy

ICT Management
  • Scope involved in reviewing your ICT management strategy
  • How to prepare your school
  • Trends and reviews
Maurice Cummins, Assistant Division Head: Corporate Services, The Association Of Independent SchoolsAustralia
Jun 615:20
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Using mobile technology to achieve Professional and Vocational Currency within the VET sector

Higher Education
  • How Chisholm developed a process for educators to maintain educator currency while assisting the Institute to achieve its teaching and learning goals
  • An overview of how an annual registration point system for educators was developed
  • A summary of the uptake and value of PEC professional development activities across 5 pilot TAFEs in Victoria
Bradley Beach, Director, Federation TrainingAustralia
Jun 615:20
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Creativity in the workplace

Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
Jun 615:20
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Creativity in the Workplace

Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
Jun 615:20
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Using virtual reality in education: A casestudy

Expo Mainstage (Free)
  • Many of our students live in rural and remote areas where the cost of excursions can be prohibitive. Virtual reality experiences offer students a chance to see spaces in far more detail than a photograph or video.
  • When the virtual reality experience is detailed and students have choice you provide them with a more meaningful learning experience.
  • The NSW Department of Education and The Botanic Gardens Trust are currently working together to create a virtual reality bushwalk of the endangered Cumberland Plains woodland present at their Mount Annan site.
Jun 615:40
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Transforming the Classroom like BumbleBee!

Expo Mainstage (Free)
  • Culture Transformation
  • Classroom Activities
  • Leading Transformation through Teacher Leadership
Jun 615:55
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Spotlight on Leadership Development

Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
Our store partners (Joint Venture Owners) have undertaken much leadership development over the years, but it wasn’t until we launched our Spotlight program that we saw a dramatic shift in engagement with their own development.We have shifted our focus from one day leadership training courses to immersive, interactive sessions that challenge their thinking, leadership and approach. With great results and feedback Spotlight is now a corner stone for our leaders development.KEY TAKEAWAYS:
  • The shift in leadership development
  • Bringing in external consulting
  • Developing more than the course
Jun 615:55
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Train to Fight and Win at Sea

Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
Navy training and education is a key enabler in the achievement of navy’s mission ‘to fight and win at sea’. Navy training is expansive. It is conducted at multiple disparate locations across Australia and overseas, with an annual trainee throughput of approximately 80,000. At a time of unprecedented growth in the navy’s fleet, Training Force is responsible to train and educate sailors and officers to meet this mission. Navy training can only achieve this through professional diligence and the delivery of quality training and learning experiences. Training Force is meeting these challenges through a number of key activities, in particular:
  • Ensuring a systematic approach to introducing training associated with new platforms and systems,
  • Exploiting new training technologies and techniques to improve learning efficiency, effectiveness and trainee satisfaction,
  • Optimising the efficiency and effectiveness of training pipelines,
  • Professionalising our training staff, and
  • Improving our governance
  • The navy is not on this journey alone. Training Force uses a number of commercial contractors and government training and education providers. These arrangements are becoming more common and more complex as our training continues to evolve. The nature of our unique operating environment and the training that supports it bring challenges in implementation and management that touch most, if not all, of the areas being explored and discussed at this conference. For the navy and its civilian partners, smart, innovative solutions are no longer a ‘nice-to-have’, they are a ‘must-have’.
    Justin Jones, Commodore Training, Royal Australian Navy - Training ForceAustralia
    Jun 616:00
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    Mobile Learning with Micro-Credentials for International Students

    Expo Mainstage (Free)
    • Design courses to be mobile ready, while campus compatible
    • Micro-credentials delivered off-shore
    • Blockchain for degree credit onshore
    Jun 616:20
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    An awful new system of education: growing a Living School in a garden of trust

    Closing Plenary
    • Learn about key educational philosophies and their historical impact on our schooling system
    • Ponder prisms to amplify tangible teaching to support the learning process
    • Infuse soft skills so they are not hard
    Jun 616:25
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    Gender Equity in Workplace Learning

    Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
    As a workplace educator, pedagogical approaches that support equitable access to learning is not something new. Workplace educators have a key focus on building workforce capacity. However, evidence supports that gender inequality is often such an accepted and established norm in our workplace culture that its impact goes unseen.Gender equity in the workplace plays an integral part in ensuring all workers have access to opportunities that will enable them to achieve their potential. Drawing on 'Change the Story', a shared framework for the primary prevention of violence against women and their children in Australia, this presentation will follow a young person’s journey looking at the role gender equity can have in shaping a person’s career pathway.
    Debra Parker, Workforce Development Manager, Women's Health VictoriaAustralia
    Jun 616:25
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    Six Keys to Creating a Transformational Learning Environment

    Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
    High impact teaching strategies demonstrate that participants seek a learning environment in which they can engage in purposeful dialogue and share more of their true self (beyond personas and masks).Whether you are leading a meeting, workshop, webinar or training session, there are simple and effective ways that you can create a transformational learning environment. This is an engaging and exciting space where participants can experience a deeper, multi-layered engagement with the material being presented. It is an environment in which perspectives can shift and business results can dramatically improve.In this presentation, you will learn six keys that will help you to practically design and create a transformational learning environment:
  • Blending transformational and instructional design principles
  • Be intentional
  • Show up as your whole self
  • Speed of presence
  • Safely exploring what is not being said
  • Creating insightful actions.
  • As the Chinese proverb states, 'Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere.' Create the potential for a deeper connection with participants, and facilitate memorable learning programs that will last a lifetime.
    Jordana Read, Director, Read StrategyAustralia
    Jun 616:25
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    Tackling wicked problems to build a new culture for NSW Health executive leadership

    Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
    NSW Health is a world-class health system and responsible for the health of millions of Australians. In 2016, the NSW Health Education and Training Institute designed a highly original leadership program to build a cadre of senior executives that could anticipate and respond to significant shifts in the volatile and complex health landscape. Based on adaptive, collective and relational leadership the program features immersive experiences that challenge and stretch participants. Rigorous evaluation reveals the program is achieving its objectives of building a senior executive talent pool and is strengthening collaboration across organisational boundaries within and outside of NSW Health.
    David Sweeney, Director - Leadership Development, Health Education and Training Institute (HETI)Australia
    Jun 616:40
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    How children learn to read: Science vs straw men

    Closing Plenary
    • Reading is a complex cognitive skill that is relatively new in the context of human evolution.
    • Education and cognitive science research has provided a remarkably detailed understanding of how reading develops in the brain, and the teaching methods that are most likely to be effective.
    • In this session, Dr Buckingham will outline the scientific evidence on reading and debunk some common myths.

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    Jun 709:00
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    Do our school based pedagogies liberate teachers to become creative educators?

    School Leaders
    • The importance of a safe learning environment for teachers to explore new technologies in application where productive failure is acknowledged as a step on the learning journey.
    • Classroom experiences of both teachers and students as they transition from ink to digital and school based to global interactions.
    • How to create a learning culture where teachers are empowered to try and apply digital applications in the classroom
    Jun 709:00
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    The heART of Education

    School Teachers
    • 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.
    Jun 709:00
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    Buildings vs spaces

    Build/Design
    Join two of the worlds most brilliant minds to discuss the environments in which our children learn and grow and what aspects of which we must develop to to maximise learning potential.
    Jun 709:00
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    Engaging & Motivating Teachers to Teach with ICT

    ICT Management
    • How to support teachers to develop best practice of teaching with Digital Technologies
    • Differentiating professional learning and coaching for both tech savvy and non-technical teachers
    • Supporting teachers to embed coding and digital technologies within their teaching and learning to enhance all curriculum areas
    Jun 709:00
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    Why belonging is better. How to grow community to support student success

    Higher Education
    • Humans are sociable primates. Since the dawn of time, joining together under common interests or experiences has been an integral and recurring characteristic of human life. Yet it is reported that not only is society lonelier than ever, but this sense of belonging in Australian students is declining
    • Studies suggest that a sense of belonging to an educational community is critical to supporting student engagement and motivation, it increases retention and even impacts achievement. Yet developing community is often not given priority in the academic sphere
    • Sharing surprising findings and data from initiatives at UNSW Sydney that are enhancing the connections between students and their peers and staff, this session will provide actionable insights and practical, straight forward steps that you can take to support community and belonging in your educational setting
    Jun 709:00
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    The Currency of Trust

    Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
    Dr Mahler will share her ground breaking, highly interactive and practical skills for building credence and, at the same time, work towards healing shattered identities in the industry.You ARE the person we need and in this session you will learn to bring your very best to every engagement and handle emotional interactions with professionalism and kindness.Takeaways include the key process for handling emotional situations and the corresponding kinesics that go with a trust-engagement, the basis of a bright and rewarding future.
    Louise Mahler, Executive Team Mentor, Louise MahlerAustralia
    Jun 709:20
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    Makerspaces, coding and robotics: transforming education for today’s student

    School Leaders
    • Delivering immersive experience to drive learning forward
    • How to take your makerspace, coding and robotics to the next level
    • Igniting and activating creative design thinking
    • True learning – failure as part of the process
    • Don’t ignore it, harness it. Here’s how…
    Jun 709:20
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    Using the ‘Design Thinking’ process to enhance mainstream learning opportunities and experiences for students with additional needs

    School Teachers
    ·Using my experience as a special needs Mum, an educator of students with various additional needs, as Learning Support Team Coordinator - how I combine these to enhance learning and support the needs of students, parents and their external providers.·Using design thinking to create quality learning programs and Individual Education Plans.·Ways you can embrace future focused learning for all students.
    Jun 709:20
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    Modern learning through entrepreneurship and innovation

    ICT Management
    • Understand the principles that underpin modern learning
    • Engage in some rich discussion and interaction around their own beliefs and practices
    • Understand how the College approaches Entrepreneurship strategically
    Jun 709:20
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    Getting ready for the new work order

    Higher Education
    • Beneath the seemingly benign surface of Australia’s labour market, there is a quiet revolution occurring in the way we work. Across the globe, massive changes in technology, demographics and globalisation are driving an unprecedented transformation.
    • This changing work landscape and the resulting complex career pathways present many challenges for young people. In Australia, nearly one in three young people are currently unemployed or underemployed and on average it takes 2.6 years to transition from full time education to full time work.
    • How can we work to ensure all young people are prepared for this evolving future?
    Jan Owen, Chief Executive Officer, The Foundation For Young AustraliansAustralia
    Jun 709:30
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    Start Ups: Small Businesses Taking on Big Learning Challenges

    Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
    The ID Crowd, Guroo Producer and Saffire Solutions have one major thing in common, these startups exist because their founders left larger providers to create real change in the learning industry.Join the three founders Nicole White, Josh Humphries and Tracy Richardson for a fireside chat about:
    • What is the core challenge in L&D today that lit a fire under each founder?
    • What are some examples of how these startups have tackled these challenges?
    • What can business (big and small) learn from how startups work?
    • What discussions need to be occurring in businesses to ensure healthy partnerships?
    Tracy Richardson, Principal Consultant and Director, Saffire SolutionsAustralia
    Josh Humphries, CEO and Founder, Guroo ProducerAustralia
    Nicole White, Founder And Creative Learning Designer, The ID CrowdAustralia
    Jun 709:40
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    How Kiama High School saves $800 a month fighting a war on waste

    School Leaders
    • Strategies implemented
    • Energy saving
    • Waste management
    Kimberly Cutting, HSIE Teacher, Kiama High SchoolAustralia
    Jun 709:40
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    Teachers as creatives

    School Teachers
    • What does it really mean to be student centred?
    • How do you solve challenges with students at the focus of the solution?
    • How is Human Centered design a mindset and a process?
    Jun 709:40
    Conference pass

    Cool Schools: smart, sustainable strategies to beat the heat

    Build/Design
    • The importance of thermal comfort for student health, wellbeing and learning
    • Strategies for managing heat in existing and new schools
    • Research gaps in relation to thermal comfort for children in schools
    Kathryn Holmes, Senior Research Fellow, Western Sydney UniversityAustralia
    Jun 709:40
    Conference pass

    Enhance your career and maintain your competitive advantage through credentialing, certification and accreditation

    Higher Education
    • How belonging to a professional association fosters member collaboration, networking and access to professional development opportunities, including knowledge sharing, content and thought leadership
    • The importance of working collaboratively with marketing academia, including course accreditation and endorsement to ensure the quality of skilled Marketing graduates in our profession
    • How certification and accreditation elevates the profession of marketing by recognising only qualified practitioners who are recognised by your peers for your experience and qualifications
    Jun 709:40
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    Future proofing the next generation of workers

    Expo Mainstage (Free)
    • Working in partnership with industry to develop work ready employees
    • Developing resources to support workplace mentors in taking a more active role in the students learning journey
    • Lessons learned from developing digital resources to support the workplace student journey
    Jun 710:00
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    The integration of academic learning with the emotional state of the learner

    School Teachers
    • The unachievable separation of emotion and academic focus.
    • Empathy as a driver of learning.
    • Pedagogies which invite engagement.
    Jun 710:00
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    Growth challenges and strategies

    Build/Design
    • Growth challenges facing Catholic schools
    • Risks to meeting growth challenges
    • Planning and developing Catholic schools of the future
    Dallas Mcinerney, Chief Executive Officer, Catholic Schools NSWAustralia
    Jun 710:00
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    Headline: looking beyond colour and wealth: a school’s journey to unlock ICT for those walking in two worlds

    ICT Management
    • A case study of teaching ICT skills to those who are not digital natives in the 21st century secondary classroom
    • Challenging teacher mindsets; how to overcome a deficit model of thinking when working with disadvantaged and traumatised students and technology
    • Remote communities and technology; the future of ICT education
    Jun 710:00
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    A new approach to regional higher education

    Higher Education
    • 10,000 Commonwealth supported enabling places for regional Australians, distributed according to regional need and demand
    • $50 million per year for four years to help all 25 universities with regional campuses catch up
    • A new regional loading, in recognition of the higher costs of regional education delivery
    Jun 710:00
    Conference pass

    22nd Century Skills: Future-proofing Assessment

    Expo Mainstage (Free)
    • Future-proofed systems need diversity - why do we push students through a system that wipes out diversity and replaces it with a single number, grade or ranking?
    • If we are going to retain diversity we need software to capture it with a better framework than employability lists and soon-to-be-outdated 21st Century skills
    • Students need to feel that assessment is for their own development and engage with it on that basis - teacher feedback needs to happen after or alongside their own
    Jun 710:20
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    Why Learning FROM Work is More Important than Learning TO Work

    Expo Mainstage (Free)
    • Learning is the product of experience. We learn more in the workplace than in the classroom
    • To achieve breakthrough performance need to think differently and separate ‘schooling’ from learning
    • There are proven strategies that help exploit workflow and informal learning in the workplace
    Jun 710:50
    Conference pass

    Beyond Training: The Art of Nudging Behaviour

    Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
    We all know that lasting behavioural change is hard at the best of times and is rarely the result of a single training intervention.In this session Arun will provide an overview of the latest thinking from other domains, including behavioural economics, cognitive psychology, habit formation and marketing to provide practical takeaways for broadening our L&D toolkits.
    Arun Pradhan, Founder, Learn2LearnApp.comAustralia
    Jun 711:00
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    Classroom design for learning

    Breakouts - Roundtables
    Host: Tracey Breese, Principal, Kurri Kurri High SchoolAustralia
    Jun 711:00
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    Competitive advantage with accreditation

    Breakouts - Roundtables
    Jun 711:00
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    Distance Learning Teaching model can transform all 21st century classrooms in all schools

    Breakouts - Roundtables
    Jun 711:00
    Conference pass

    Observations of practice: what makes a great MakerSpace

    Breakouts - Roundtables
    Jun 711:00
    Conference pass

    Smartphones in schools: alternatives to 'bans'

    Breakouts - Roundtables
    Jun 711:00
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    Supportive environments for teachers

    Breakouts - Roundtables
    Jun 711:00
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    'Team-teaching in a High School

    Breakouts - Roundtables
    Jun 711:00
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    Virtual reality in education

    Breakouts - Roundtables
    Jun 711:00
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    Virtually reality - fad to functional

    Breakouts - Roundtables
    Jun 711:20
    Conference pass

    Digital Learning: Understanding the Trends and Planning for 2020 and Beyond

    Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
    Digital disruption has propelled digital learning forward at an exponential rate. We need to rethink our perception of the employee and organisational learning curve, and how we’re enabling capability, delivering and measuring learning. The nature and delivery of learning is changing radically. Artificial intelligence, virtual reality, social learning, wearables, self-curation — the changes in how people communicate, connect and learn are occurring at a phenomenal rate. Our challenge is to constantly reimagine how people learn, how organisations deliver learning and how digital solutions will enable organisations and individuals to work smarter, more flexibly and streamline operational efficiencies.This highly engaging and informative presentation, drawing upon real-world case studies, will focus on the future trends that will leverage the benefits of the digital age to reshape the face of learning and education.
    Arun Pradhan, Founder, Learn2LearnApp.comAustralia
    Jun 711:30
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    3x30 minute Seminar – Clickview

    Breakouts - Seminars
    Join Australia’s leading educational video producer, Edwina Baden-Powell, as she shares her insights into what it takes to write, create and produce a diverse slate of video content that meets the needs of the curricula, and engages students of all learning levels at the same timeWHO SHOULD ATTEND?School leaders, teachers and Principals
    Host: Edwina Baden-Powell, Head of Production, ClickviewAustralia
    Jun 711:30
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    3x30 minute Seminar – Sphero

    Breakouts - Seminars
    Come see what’s new with Sphero in 2019! As we do every year, look for a big announcement from Sphero at EduTECH. Our session will cover a 2018 recap and introduce a brand new coding program for 2019. And yes, there’s a new robot too!WHO SHOULD ATTEND?School ICT staff
    Host: Jeremy Macdonald, Edu Content, SpheroAustralia
    Host: Ryan Burnett, Product Manager, SpheroAustralia
    Jun 711:30
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    90 minute Workshop – Lego Education

    Breakouts - Seminars
    Places at this workshop are limited and will sell out fast. Join now to get familiar with LEGO bricks, software, teaching guide and lesson plansAccelerate STEAM learning with LEGO Education hands-on solutionsLearn how to engage your students with playful learning tools around STEAM!LEGO® Education offers hands-on experiences that stimulate communication, creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking skills — so that students can succeed in their STEAM classes today and realize their full potential as digital citizens and leaders tomorrow.Who should attend?School teachers and principals – Years 5-8
    Jun 711:30
    Conference pass

    Educational Fantasy League: Building a Data-Driven School Workforce

    Breakouts - Seminars
    The education sector is blessed with a wealth of data, yet most schools have yet to realise the power of their data to make informed decisions about the shape of their workforce: How much turnover is not enough? How much is too much? Is there a tangible benefit to encouraging more teachers to undertake postgraduate degrees? For many school leaders the answers to these questions rely on intuition and anecdotes, but this doesn’t need to be the case.In this session we’ll explore our research on workforce analytics in the education setting and demonstrate – through an interactive game – how data can help us build the best possible school workforce and achieve the best possible outcomes for students.
    Fleur Johnston, CEO, PeopleBenchAustralia
    Mike Hennessy, Insights Officer, PeopleBenchAustralia
    Jun 713:00
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    PEOPLE ~ PLACES ~ PEDAGOGY Engaging Students in the 3rd Millennium.

    Expo Mainstage (Free)
    • Participants will walk away with a suite of ideas and understandings on how better to engage students in schools.
    • They will gain ideas and knowledge on how changing classroom environments can increase student engagement.
    • How using OARS and not staying in BED can develop and growth mindset.
    Sinan Kerimofski, Principal, Vasse Primary schoolAustralia
    Simon Mansfield, Deputy Principal, Vasse Primary schoolAustralia
    Jun 713:30
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    Neuroscience of Facilitated Learning

    Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
    Facilitating learning (some might call it ‘flipping the classroom’), rather than ‘training’ is an advanced skill; one that requires a fierce focus on the needs of the learner, as opposed to the needs of the trainer.Understanding how the brain functions in the learning environment will vastly improve your ability to accelerate learning and engage with course participants.The session will cover the following key concepts:
  • Context before content
  • Your brain on questions
  • How action improves brain function and hence learning
  • How involvement increases learning
  • Embedding learning through action plans
  • Geoff Peate, Learning and Development Specialist, Minara Resources LtdAustralia
    Jun 713:30
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    The L&D Profession: How to Thrive in the Modern Workplace

    Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
    Supporting a wide range of professions across our organisations is what L&D does. But what about our own development and the future of our profession? What does it take for L&D to succeed and thrive in the modern workplace? Exploring the current state of L&D in organisations and the skills we need to succeed, as well as examining shifts in mind set and approach, Michelle Ockers will lead us through a fascinating discussion of the current status and what’s next for the L&D profession.
    Michelle Ockers, Co-Host, Learning Uncut PodcastAustralia
    Jun 713:30
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    3x30 minute Seminar – D2L

    Breakouts - Seminars
    Personalising learning for online and blended learnersWhat strategies can I implement for assessment and feedback and why this will enhance learning and engagement with my studentsWho should attend?Higher education leaders
    Jun 713:40
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    Beyond a Kit – Build your own Robot from the Ground Up

    Expo Mainstage (Free)
    • Microcontrollers are compact integrated circuits with a memory, processor and input-output interfaces, they are found in a myriad of household and industry electronic appliances, and many kit robotics systems such as Lego Mindstorms and Arduino.
    • St Michael’s students solder a PICAXE microcontroller and electronic components into a project board which they then use to explore a range of control systems (a ‘cyber-pet’, an ‘air-guitar’, and a ‘remote-control car’) before progressing to an autonomous robot. The advantage of using PICAXE is that it is inexpensive, readily available and its programming code (BASIC) is relatively simple to learn and debug compared with the more traditional C-based programming languages.
    • The work progresses through a series of open-ended challenges encompassing design, science, engineering and programming skills, which requires a truly engaged, collaborative and creative approach to learning.
    Jun 714:05
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    Leadership and Talent Framework

    Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
    What makes a good frame work? This session will help you identify the risks and manage your talent framework moving forward
    Jason Renshaw, Leadership, Learning & Innovation Executive, Australian Unity HealthAustralia
    Jun 714:05
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    Learning at the Cotton On Group: Deliberately Different

    Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
    At Cotton On Group we have a unique approach to most things and our learning culture is no exception. We enable our C-suite, stores, distribution centres and support centres across 7 brands and 17 countries to integrate learning into everything they do.Come check out our tactics to foster our learning culture, see some cool blended learning designs and hear about our new credentials.KEY TAKEAWAYS:
    • Ingredients of a winning learning culture
    • Blended designs that fit into the work flow
    • Credentials to build careers
    Beth Hall, Head of Learning Design, Cotton On GroupAustralia
    Jun 714:05
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    Learning with Accountability

    Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
    Managing learning programs in a fast-paced, time-poor environment is a challenge for learning and development professionals today. At the same time, it is critical to create positive learning experiences that ensure learning is applied in the workplace and supports the delivery of organisational results.To optimise results from learning initiatives, we need to move the accountability for learning to the learner.In this informative and interactive session, Stacey will share:
    • Practical strategies for moving the responsibility for learning to learners
    • Easy to use tools to maximise the application of learning back into the workplace
    • How to create opportunities to leverage learning opportunities ‘in the moment’
    Stacey Ashley, Managing Director, Ashley Coaching and ConsultingAustralia
    Jun 714:10
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    The digital blue yonder

    School Leaders
    - Explore what is on the technological and educational horizon- From artificial intelligence teaching assistants to the rise of micro-credentials- Learn about how we might harness the potential of what's coming so as to benefit our students, teachers and schools
    Claire Amos, Principal, Albany Senior High SchoolNew Zealand
    Jun 714:10
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    Successful Stem

    School Teachers
    • NSW Department of Education STEMShare Community Project: What is NSW DoE STEMShare Community and why does it matter?
    • NSW STEMShare Community Project: Empowering schools to teach students the skills to solve the problems of tomorrow. How does the STEMShare Community project provide this?
    • What role does research, evaluation and data play in the ongoing implementation of the STEMShare Community project in NSW public schools?
    Michelle Michael, Principal Education Officer Nsw Doe Stemshare Community, Information Technology DirectorateAustralia
    Jun 714:10
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    The language of school design

    Build/Design
    • Understand key set design patterns from welcoming entries and learning communities to reflective spaces and collaboration areas, from student cafes and STEAM hubs to DaVinci studios and curiosity centers.
    • Each pattern will be illustrated with suitable international case studies that show not only how these spaces work but also the process of transforming older, dysfunctional spaces into dynamic and powerful places for learning.
    Roni Zimmer-Doctory, Senior Design Consultant, Fielding Nair InternationalIsrael
    Jun 714:10
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    The role of technology in underpinning a modern provider of Vocational Education and Training

    Higher Education
    • Harnessing cutting edge technologies to equip students with the skills they need for the jobs of the future
    • Expanding our reach by rolling out innovative, high quality training and infrastructure statewide
    • Building our in-house capabilities, resources, and systems to better support our people
    Caralee Mcliesh, Managing Director, TAFE NSWAustralia
    Jun 714:30
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    Connecting classrooms to the world transforms the very nature of schooling; the Hale@home and Hale Future School programmes

    School Leaders
    • Connecting students in dynamic, collaborative virtual classrooms is innovation that inspires, disrupts and transforms.
    • Online learning can be collaborative, richly-interactive, global and entirely free from bureaucratic boundaries....it is the radically disruptive future of schooling.
    • Michael's presentation investigates his global classroom Teaching Model and provides participants with memorable examples of collaborations over distance with remote West Australian students and schools in Russia, Spain and Ireland.
    Jun 714:30
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    Virtual reality in education

    School Teachers
    • The effectiveness of Virtual Reality in Engaging Students to learn content and also retain information and have a better understanding of the content
    • Study conducted in partnership with ARC Centre of Excellence and The University of Western Australia into VR with the results proving it is effective
    • Feasibility for schools implementing High-End Virtual Reality Labs and what is required to do so
    Jun 714:30
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    Digital Citizenship

    ICT Management
    • The importance of equipping Primary School students to be responsible digital citizens
    • Partnership with parents is also paramount to ensure consistent messages and boundaries
    • Supporting students in developing strategies to develop a positive digital footprint
    Emma Clemens, Primary School Innovation Teacher, Emanuel SchoolAustralia
    Jun 714:30
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    Value for money? Maximizing investment in innovative learning environments.

    Build/Design
    • What evidence exists that innovative designs actually impact student learning?
    • What does our research show are the unrealized potential of these spaces?
    • How can teachers be assisted to make the most of these spaces?
    Jun 714:30
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    Opportunities and challenges for universities in embedding educational technology in new campus developments

    Higher Education
    • Managing implementation risks
    • What’s new?
    • A case study
    Barney Glover, Vice Chancellor, Western Sydney UniversityAustralia
    Jun 714:40
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    Informal First

    Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
    The learning industry has been in the midst of a transformation.There is a shift away from providing instruction and towards creating a learning ecosystem based on learning neuroscience, learner needs and business goals. There is a clear need for learning organisations to create a system that is suited to a fast-paced environment coupled with constant change while providing options to the learner that are intelligent and personalised.Ravina will present this concept with an emphasis on the journey, the approach and the thinking, unpacking how this concept can be used as a team strategy and for learning campaigns along with the infrastructure required to implement it.
    Ravina Bhatia, Macquarie BFS Design & Delivery Manager, Macquarie GroupAustralia
    Jun 714:40
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    Making Learning Sticky with the Brain in Mind

    Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
    We all agree that a critical success factor of training and development is that the skills and strategies learned are remembered, absorbed, applied and used back in the workplace. The most effective way to achieve this objective is to use brain-friendly learning principles.When we understand how our brains learn, process and remember information, then we can create the best learning environments, both in the classroom and on the job for people to put their new skills and competencies to greatest use and in the shortest possible time.Join Clare Edwards, brain-friendly learning strategist and explore how to make your learning sticky and stick!
    Clare Edwards, Principal, BrainSmart ConsultingAustralia
    Jun 714:50
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    Cyberstudents, A.I and the Future of Learning

    School Leaders
    • The rapid transformation in the way humans interact with technology raises fundamental questions about our relationship with machinery, each other and ourselves
    • Our identities and sense of self are increasingly being merged with vast data systems managed through Artificial Intelligence
    • How will we as learners and students navigate this future?
    Dr John Collick, Senior Education Consultant, Promethean LtdUnited Kingdom
    Jun 714:50
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    Who said we were vulnerable?

    ICT Management
    Like many education institutions, our College IT systems have grown and evolved over time and have seen constant change through application updates and changes to system configurations. Even when keeping security controls up to date it is possible to introduce vulnerabilities that leave the business susceptible to attack, exploitation and sabotage.
    Jun 715:10
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    Leadership of learning: securing high quality teaching and learning

    School Leaders
    • What is it and why should it be a focus for all school leaders?
    • How is it best enabled?
    • How can we have great leaders of learning in all Australian schools?
    Jun 715:10
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    How the World Speaks: Coding as a Language

    School Teachers
    • The What, Why and How of Teaching Coding as a Language
    • Future proofing a generation
    • Our approach
    Jun 715:10
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    What does the evidence say about school learning environments

    Build/Design
    - What does the evidence say about the impact (positive/negative) about the impact of school learning environments on teaching and learning? - Why are open-plan environments not the panacea to all teaching and learning ills?- What are those factors (spatial or other) that do impact the ability for a teacher to use any environment for pedagogical gain?
    Terry Byers, Director Of Innovation And Learning, And Director Of The Centenary Library, Anglican Church Grammar School ChurchieAustralia
    Jun 715:50
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    So, You Want to Start a Podcast?

    Workplace Learning/AITD Conference
    In June 2018, we launched the Learning Uncut podcast to showcase the great L&D work going on in Australia and New Zealand. We wanted to find practitioners who were challenging the status quo, trying new things and achieving great results for their learners and organisations.While we are all avid consumers of podcasts, none of us had been involved in creating one before and we have learned a lot in the last 12 months since deciding to go on this journey.This presentation will highlight the 'how-tos' of setting up a podcast series from the different perspectives of the 3 team members along with our tips, tools and anecdotes.
    Amanda Ashby, Producer, Learning Uncut PodcastAustralia
    Karen Moloney, Co-Host, Learning Uncut PodcastAustralia
    Michelle Ockers, Co-Host, Learning Uncut PodcastAustralia
    last published: 18/Apr/19 06:05 GMT