What to expect at EduTECH

EduTECH is not just for schools; It's about learning at work

EduTECH is not just for schools. The Workplace Learning Congress takes a strategic and visionary look at the future of training and development; and examines how technology can be used to dramatically improve the way employers upskill, train, motivate, test and monitor... and how employees learn, develop and achieve.

K-12 Schools Attend EduTECH: Australia's Largest Education Technology Event

School Principals, Teachers, Curriculum Leaders, IT Directors and Managers, eLearning Leads, Bursars, Schools Business Managers, Library Managers you must attend EduTECH!

     

EduTECH has 3 Congresses for the Tertiary Sector

EduTECH is not just for schools; there are 3 dedicated Congresses for the Tertiary Sector at EduTECH that have been designed specifically for your needs.

EduTECH: Australia's Largest Learning Technology Event

EduTECH is the Australia's only education training & Development plus learning technology event for the entire learning life-cycle, including K-12 schools, Tertiary Education, Continued Adult Education and Workplace Learning.

Sugata Mitra: Build a School in
the Cloud

Onstage at TED2013, Sugata Mitra makes his bold TED Prize wish: Help me design the School in the Cloud, a learning lab in India, where children can explore and learn from each other


     

eLearning intro video

An overview of the importance and benefits of eLearning. This video also shows some of the work we have been doing with universities to develop video lecture content.

 

 

Ted Talks 2013- Ken Robinson: How to escape education's death valley
In his talk at TED Education Week 2013, Sir Ken Robinson outlines 3 principles crucial for the human mind to flourish--and how current education culture works against them. In a funny, stirring talk he tells us how to get out of the educational "death valley"
we now face, and how to nurture our youngest generations with a climate of possibility.

 

A conversation with Professor Stephen Heppell on social media in teaching and learning
Stephen Heppell talks about anytime anywhere learning with social media and how social media is changing the dynamic between the learner and the educator.

 

Changing Education Paradigms
The RSA Animate was adapted from a talk given at the RSA by Sir Ken Robinson, world-renowned education and creativity expert and recipient of the RSA's Benjamin Franklin award.
Interview with Dan Pink, Leading thinker on Innovation & Creativity
Dan Pink talks about how motivation can be used to drive and improve performance, why motivation 3.0 is more effective than the 20th century approach to motivation and the factors that will drive changes in education in the future.

 

Interview with Andrew Ng, Co-Founder & CEO, Coursera & Associate Professor Stanford University
Andrew Ng explores the benefits of MOOCs for both students and professors, the common challenges associated with the development and implementation of MOOCs and how MOOCs create an interactive experience for learners.

 

Interview with Simon Mackey, Manager – Operations & Network Services, Brisbane Catholic Education
Simon Mackey explores the common challenges facing school IT managers and directors in today's school environment, how new and emerging technologies can be harnessed to improve teaching and learning within schools and how the role of the school IT manager will evolve in the future.
Interview with Jenny Self, Business Manager The Hutchins School,
Tasmania

Jenny Self talks about the fundamental elements of an effective business continuity plan, the strategies she is using to predict future income and expenditure and why the development of business continuity
plans and cash flow projections are important to the school business manager.

 

Interview with Libby Bell, Global Talent and Learning Manager, Sinclair Knight Merz
In this interview Libby explores the strategies SKM is using top capture and evaluate informal learning, the importance of knowing what to capture and what to evaluate and how SKM is utilising social media and workplace interactions to capture learning.

 

EduTECH - what’s it all about?
Missed out on attending EduTECH in the past? Watch this short video which highlights what EduTECH is all about.

 

EduTECH 2012 Highlights

Find out what past delegates, speakers and exhibitors have to say about Australia’s largest Education Technology event.

 

Benefits of attending EduTECH – Speaker Perspective
Past and present EduTECH speakers share why they think EduTECH is a valuable event.

 

 
 

Benefits of attending EduTECH – Exhibitor Perspective
Find out why so many sponsors and exhibitors are part of EduTECH.

 

Benefits of attending EduTECH – Delegates Perspective
Hear what EduTECH delegates have to say about what they enjoyed most about the event.

 

 
     
     

 

Podcast with Alan Novermber, Senior Partner and founder, November learning
Alan November explores the concept of flipped learning and its benefits, the concept of 'kids wanting to have a global voice', and what the classroom of the future will look like.

 

Podcast with Professor Stephen Heppell
Stephen Heppell, Europe's leading online education expert explores how emerging technologies are inspiring new physical and virtual learning environments in schools and universities, why it is important to involve students in educational design and how virtual and online learning can benefit learning in remote locations.


Podcast with Ewan McIntosh, Founder & CEO of NoTosh

In this podcast, Ewan McIntosh explores the impact emerging technology and trends such as BYOD are having on the way students learn, how social media can be harnessed to create an 'open education' and the skills that are needed to implement creative practices and processes in the classroom.

 

   
   

Podcast with Ken Robinson
in this interview, Sir Ken Robinson explores the biggest changes we need to make in the way we teach students, the biggest misconceptions people have about creativity in education and the four core objectives for 21st century education.

   
     

 

Paving the path to technological innovation: a case study on RMIT's desktop free university
In this article, Brian Clark, RMIT University's executive director of IT services, shares the challenges faced throughout the design and implementation of the VDI program, the importance of selecting the right vendors in the process and the overall impact the program has had on increasing the speed and quality of service delivery in order to meet university-wide goals.



8 Tips to create an effective school technology program
In this article, Warren Moseley, Director of Information Communication & Learning Technologies at Whitefriars College, shares his top tips on how to make a school technology program work, based on his experience from implementing the tablet and notebook program at Whitefriars College over the past 14 years.

 

 

The digital education revolution – where to next?
With the Digital Education Revolution (DER) coming to an end, many schools are now faced with the task of finding the necessary funds to continue the 1:1 target without ongoing financial support of the federal government.

This article featuring Michelle Houwen, Business Manager at St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls and Chair of ASBA, explores how the changing landscape of education in Australia will affect teachers and students, in particular school business managers and administrators.

Improving learning with the 70:20:10 model
Charles Jennings, Founder of the 70:20:10 Forum was first introduced to the power of learning technology in the first year of his undergraduate degree at the University of Sydney in the late 1960s, where lectures were delivered by television and students could attend classes and do well in their exams without ever seeing a 'live' teacher.

 

 

Never let technology get in the way of a good learning structureL 5 tips to help you develop an effective learning and development model
As more companies move towards a focus on the digital space, employers are faced with the question of how does their current learning and development model keep up with the changes in technology and workforce? In this article, Marc Niemes, Founding President: VP of Export Markets and Mobile Learning at the eLearning Industry Association of Victoria, explores the strategies needed to create and effective learning and development model in order to engage and retain staff.


The importance of eLearning in L&D models

As the corporate learning culture continues to evolve, employers and managers are now tasked with ensuring current learning and development models keep up with changes in technology and in the workforce. At the forefront of this change is eLearning, which provides organisations with the tools to integrate readily available technology to create a holistic and continuous learning platform.

In this article, John Stericker, Instructional Designer, Learning and Development and eLearning specialist at Fuji Xerox, breaks down the barriers to eLearning, exploring the benefits and why eLearning should be owned and loved within an organisation.


Download the Business Case for Attending EduTECH here
The business case includes highlights from 2013 and an overview of the key take always you will receive from attending the event in 2014 - including a breakdown of each congress, a snap shot of the EduTECH experience and the top reasons why you can't miss EduTECH 2014.

11 Reasons Why Schools
Need 3D Printers

3D Printing is at a very exciting stage in its development. Download this article to read the reasons why a school should seriously consider using 3D Printing as part of its curriculum.

3D Printers to be introduced to 60
UK schools thanks to £500k grant

In the UK thousands of teachers will undergo 3D printing technology training. This will enable teachers to be able to use the technology in lessons, so that pupils can acquire the important skills necessary for jobs in the engineering sector.

     
     
     
   
   

Schools to lose 16.2bn with coalition: PM

8 awesome educational infographics for teachers
Budget 2013: Schools funds meant to woo states

Schools make a move to BYOD

6 Technology Challenges Facing Education

Parents Press for Mobile Tech in Education

School web safety- is education better than a ban?

A classroom for the 21st century: where are teh best places for learning?

5 Powerful Social Media Tools for Your Classroom

What's the right mix for blended learning

10 Emerging Educational technologies and how they are being used across
the globe

Bring your own: how modern-day schools are trying to cope

Australian Universities offer free classes online

3D Printers to be introduced to 60 UK schools thanks to £500k grant.
   
     

Teaching technologies on the cusp - EduTECH 2013 Video presentation by Stephen Heppell, Europe's leading online education expert
Watch Stephen Heppell's 2013 EduTECH talk

 

 

Fostering a culture that supports the flipped classroom - EduTECH 2013 Video presentation by Alan November, International leader in educational technology; and Senior Partner & Founder, November Learning
Watch Alan November's 2013 EduTECH talk


The school of the future - EduTECH 2013 Speaker presentation by Stephen Harris, Director & Founder Sydney Centre for Innovation in Learning and Principal, Northern Beaches Christian School

Watch Stephen Harris' EduTECH talk


     

How are you using technology to inspire new ways of learning in the classroom or workplace? Your stories is a place for people of all walks of learning to share experiences about teaching and education in a digital era. If you have a story to share, we'd like to hear from you. Please email edutech@acevents.com.au if you would like to submit a story to share with the EduTECH community.