AGENDA

, 9 - 10 November 2020

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Nov 909:00
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Learning Disrupted - Lessons from the Frontline

LinkedIn Learning
80% of the global workforce are frontline employees. They have always been an important part of your business. They’re the face of your brand, and they work directly with your customers and products. The pandemic has reminded us of just how essential these workers are to your organizations and communities. Healthcare workers. Grocery associates. Bank employees. Delivery drivers. They continue to clock in every day so others can stay home and avoid infection. We'll show you how L&D teams around the world have shifted their mindset and reimagined their approach to workplace training so they can focus on what matters most to their employees, customers and communities in the face of unprecedented disruption.
JD Dillon, Principal, LearnGeekUnited States
Nov 909:00
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The global conversation – Driving value in the digital future of learning and work

Workplace Learning
This interactive keynote will combine the 50+ years of global L&D experience shared by Laura Overton and Michelle Ockers with the thousands of years of experience of the conference participants to uncover a new roadmap for driving value.
Michelle Ockers, Organisational Learning Strategist, michelleockers.comAustralia
Nov 909:30
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Nov 910:00
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Hi-Po Talent In The 4IR. How to find them, train them and be one yourself.

LinkedIn Learning
The future of jobs is upon us requiring us to redefine high potential talent. Join Sean Hall CEO of human performance company Energx for an introduction to The EX Factor - a new capability framework designed by assessing 8,000 professionals globally. In this practical session you will learn how to:Compare your current talent to high performance benchmarks designed for the 4IRRecruit, retain and develop talent that excels in times of change and uncertaintyConnect strategic priorities of inclusion, innovation and mental wellbeingBe a force for positive change in your organisation
Sean Hall, Chief Energist, Energx
Nov 910:00
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Leading with Learning

Workplace Learning
With nearly every organisation and function impacted by COVID-19, learning has quickly become the centre of the organisational response. According to our new Leading with Learning report, we’ve seen 9 ways the L&D profession has changed in the past few months. We surveyed L&D pros and discovered learning has finally earned a well-deserved seat at the table and it is playing a central role as we enter the new world of work.
Jason Laufer, Asia Pacific Senior Director: LinkedIn Learning and Glint, LinkedInAustralia
Nov 910:30
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The Power of Serious Games for Planning, Preparing and Predicting the Future

Workplace Learning
Cutting edge organizations are using games for more than learning, they’re using games to predict the future, plan for the unthinkable and prepare for shifting competitive landscapes. Since at least the 1940’s large organizations have used games and gameplay to investigate possible geopolitical outcomes, competitor moves, organizational concerns and even to catch criminals. Discover how games are used to help employees make sense of the world around them, anticipate changes in the marketplace and discover innovative breakthroughs. ·Discover how games help organizations prepare employees for future contingences.·Learn what elements need to be embedded in a game to help predict the future.·Identify why games are such a useful tool for planning actions and reactions within a marketplace.
Karl Kapp, Professor, Bloomsburg University
Nov 911:00
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Nov 911:00
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Pervasive Inclusion: How to Create Belonging Through L&D Practices

Workplace Learning
Pervasive Inclusion: How to Challenge Common Biases and Create Belonging through L&D Practices is session where we will explore the meaning of belonging and 5 strategies for creating more inclusive learning experiences. The interactive session is less about making the case for diversity and inclusion, and more focused on the exploring tools and resources that you can use in creating more inclusive training.
Imani Mance, Director, Learning, The Home Depot
Nov 911:00
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NSW Public Schools - Digital Direction

NSW Education - Inspiration Channel
In a post pandemic reality where to next for NSW Public Schools? Join leaders from the NSW Education team as they discuss: - How will we prepare our students for an increasingly digital future? - How are we ensuring digital equity? - How will the classroom of tomorrow change to leverage the digital?WHY ATTEND
  • Hear from leaders in the NSW Department of Education about their plan for a digital future
  • Discover how the digital will empower classrooms of today and tomorrow
  • Understand the key challenges the digital world presents the classroom and how to respond
Michelle Michael, Director Of Learning Systems, NSW Department of EducationAustralia
Mark Greentree, Director, Information Technology DirectorateAustralia
Nov 911:10
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Ethics of cyber security in education

ICT Management
Nicola O'Brien, Computing Education Specialist, Australian Computing AcademyAustralia
Nov 911:20
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Evidence based learning spaces

Build/Design
Wesley Imms, Director Of Learning Environments Applied Research Network, University of MelbourneAustralia
Nov 911:30
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How to impove mental wellbeing of staff and students

School Leaders
Nov 911:30
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Managing the ever changing technology in Education

ICT Management
Rob Flavell, President, Victorian ICT Network for EducationAustralia
Nov 911:30
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Nov 911:30
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Australian Universities relationship with China

Tertiary Education
Professor the Hon Bob Carr, Industry Professor of Climate and Business Fmr Foreign Minister and Premier of New South Wales, University of Technology SydneyAustralia
Nov 911:30
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Imbedding Learning in the Executive Mind

Workplace Learning
"Trainers and training functions sometimes struggle with gaining executive mind space, being actively engaged in projects from conception, and effectively communicating the tangible benefits that ‘best fit for purpose’ learning initiatives can deliver to organisations and individuals. Gaining a voice with executives involves networking and influencing, understanding your business, and selling the story of training and education benefits. Despite our best efforts, we sometimes fail and that can come down to one thing – failing to deliver on commitments. In this presentation, strategies to imbed learning in executive mind space are considered using practical examples from Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) and personal reflections of your facilitator – Scott Jacovou-Johnson. With an emphasis on delivering on commitments, the presentation explores strategies to engage with senior managers, and enjoying the positive outcomes this produces.Take-AwaysParticipant take-aways include:*Understanding business needs and performance gaps that learning can bridge.*Engaging with learning – top down and bottom up.*Networking, making contact and engaging key decision makers – selling the solution.*Delivering on commitments – getting the basics right.-Understanding when to say ‘no’.-Setting realistic deliverables and identifying milestones.-Monitoring and providing progress updates.-Sharing learnings for future improvements.*Evaluating outcomes and communicating educational results."
Nov 911:30
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Empowering your classroom with digital resources to engage, empower and reimagine

NSW Education - Inspiration Channel
Join Yvette and Joe from the NSW Department of Education’s Technology 4 Learning Team as they explore a smorgasbord of resources to build your confidence in using educational technology in the classroom. This session will be fun, fast paced and engaging and we guarantee you will walk away feeling positive about the next steps on your digital journey.Live short demos will include:
  • Delving inside Magazine.T4L
  • Listening in to the Virtual Staffroom Podcast
  • Finding Joe's favourite technologies of 202
  • Exploring the T4L Resources Hub
  • Diving into the student Independent Learning Resources
Hub and exploring:
  • Everyone’s An Author
  • The Student Filmmaker
  • T4L Kids Mag
  • T4L Kids TV
WHY ATTEND
  • Learn all about the many and varied resources the NSW Department of Education’s Technology 4 Learning Team produce to support teachers’ digital journeys
  • Discover podcasts, magazines and more that will keep your finger on the pulse of technology 4 learning
  • Know how to access student focused technology resources you can use in your classroom tomorrow
Nov 912:00
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What is programmatic learning?

LinkedIn Learning
Presentation Overview: Declining employee engagement, upskilling and reskilling employees to close the ever growing skills gap, building robust, scalable supply chains and operational efficiencies need to be considered for the people at the heart of our business. Implementing learning programmes through technology is the fundamental driver for making learning programmatic. Leveraging AI, digital coaching and facilitating group work and collaboration online, not only reaches more people, but it extends the capabilities of what L&D can deliver.
Nov 912:00
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What exactly does it mean to be equal?

School Leaders
Nov 912:00
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Artificial Intelligence in Education

School Teachers
Nov 912:00
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Utilising network for teacher support

ICT Management
Karen Binns, It Integrator, St George Christian SchoolAustralia
Nov 912:00
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Unpacking the growth for Western Sydney

Tertiary Education
Nov 912:00
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DART Connections - All aboard the world of virtual excursions and online learning resources

NSW Education - Inspiration Channel
DART Connections provides one location for teachers, parents and students to find incredible Live, By Request, or On Demand learning experiences and resources offered by museums, galleries, research institutes, scientists, writers, athletes, artists, musicians, zoos and many more.DART Connections is a service by the New South Wales Department of Education unit - Distance And Rural Technologies (DART). Our excursions are designed to enrich curriculum across all student ages and all subject areas. In this presentation you will…
  • Learn how to use the DART Connections website for targeted subjects and Key Learning Areas
  • Experience an example of an interactive excursion
  • Discover how to keep informed on upcoming festivals and events during the school year
WHY ATTEND
  • Learn how to access awesome online excursions and resources to enhance your classroom no matter what your geographic location
  • Keep up with the latest events, promotions and celebrations that are relevant to your KLA and stage!
  • Understand the power of virtual communications technologies (eg Zoom and Teams) to enhance the teaching and learning experience in your classroom!
  • Build an understanding of what DART Connections offers, including incredible Live, By Request, or On Demand curriculum enriching learning experiences provided by museums, galleries, research institutes, scientists, writers, athletes, artists, musicians, zoos and many more
Nov 912:00
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Teach Learn Lead with Digital @The Arts Unit

NSW Education - Inspiration Channel
Join passionate Arts Unit Educators to explore Digital @The Arts Unit 2020. A growing digital portfolio of resources and events focusing on building Creative Classrooms, Creative Teachers and Creative Engagement! In addition, this specialist team will explore with you creative and meaningful digital approaches to creating virtual exhibitions for your end of year celebrations.WHY ATTEND
  • Discover amazing digital resources from all facets of the creative, performing and language and literature arts from The Arts Unit you can use in your classroom tomorrow!
  • Understand the power of incorporating Arts Education as an essential part of your curriculum
  • Explore tools to run virtual end of year celebrations from digital experts who have done it all before!
Nov 912:20
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Apple

Round tables
Mia Garrett, Victorian Program Director, High ResolvesAustralia
Nov 912:30
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Beyond 2030: Reimagining Primary School for Modern Learners

School Leaders
Sue Floro, Head of Knox Prep, Knox Grammar SchoolAustralia
Nov 912:30
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High Possibility STEM Classrooms: Integrated STEM Learning in Research and Practice

School Teachers
Jane Hunter, Senior Lecturer, University of Technology SydneyAustralia
Nov 912:30
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The principles behind ICT procurement

ICT Management
Leanne Cameron, President, Australian Council for Computers in EducationAustralia
Nov 912:30
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The 3 keys to leverage the power and promise of a blended learning solution – A Merceades Benz Case Study

Workplace Learning
    her flagship Women in Leadership program as the backdrop, Anneli Blundell shares the power, practicalities and possibilities of a blended learning approach to create sustainable learning outcomes. Getting maximum traction from your learning solutions doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive, but it needs to be strategic. The right actions, at the right times, in the right way, produce consistent and predictable results every time. The key is knowing which critical levers create the best blended learning results.In this session you’ll learn:
  • The 3 core focus areas that produce the greatest returns
  • Where to double down with limited budget
  • How to turbo charge ownership of learning outcomes
Nov 912:30
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Digital Environmental Education: Equitable access in a virtual world

NSW Education - Inspiration Channel
With the Taronga Institute of Science and Learning fully operational, Taronga Education utilises a range of digital initiatives to ensure that all NSW students, regardless of geographic location or financial situation, can access the wealth of knowledge, expertise and species found at Taronga.With the Taronga Institute of Science and Learning fully operational, Taronga Education utilises a range of digital initiatives to ensure that all NSW students, regardless of geographic location or financial situation, can access the wealth of knowledge, expertise and species found at Taronga. Building on a long-standing relationship with NSW Department of Education’s Information Technology Directorate and collaborating with well-known educational innovators has been critical in developing and delivering accessible, high-quality digital products and programs. As a move to online learning closed the doors of schools and both Taronga Zoo sites, it provided unprecedented opportunities for innovation, reshaping the way students, educators and experts share knowledge and build skills. This critical period has forever changed the game for how students engage with the natural world and engage with the Zoo.Join this session to learn how to access the amazing resources, experiences and services you can access no matter where in the world you are thanks to the awesome power of digital technologies!WHY ATTEND
  • Experience how the Taronga Education team have worked to connect students with critical environmental issues in the ever-shifting digital space.
  • Discover the awesome digital programs and experiences you and your students can access from any device with an internet connection.
  • Understand the awesome way in which the digital and natural world can intersect with the help of Digital Resources from Taronga Zoo!
Nov 913:00
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Welcome to the Digital Revolution: Education in the Age of Disrupted Learning

School Leaders
Nov 913:00
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Whole school ICT management

ICT Management
Nov 913:00
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Co-Designing with Marginalised Students

Tertiary Education
Mollie Dollinger, Lecturer, Student Success, La Trobe UniversityAustralia
Nov 913:00
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Necessity is the mother of invention: scaling L&D for impact with little resource

Workplace Learning
How do L&D leaders scale a solutions across a thousand people-leaders with a small team and limited budget? How does L&D reimagine our relationships to focus on priority performance areas rather than, well, L&D?In 2017, GFG Australia acquired out of Voluntary Administration Australia’s only steel long-products manufacturer - Arrium; a company that employs over 6,000 people in Australia across 160 sites. While the organisation once had an active L&D function, what was left post VA, and what GFG inherited, was a ‘barren’ L&Dlandscape.
Grant Schmidt, Global Lead for Culture & performance, GFG AllianceAustralia
Nov 913:00
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Privacy and Terms of Service- what and why?

NSW Education - Inspiration Channel
As an educator who uses technology, we use several different educational websites in our classrooms daily. Schools and teachers often pay to subscribe as well to use the service. How many times have you paid attention to the terms of use and the privacy policies of these websites? In this session we will look at why this is necessary for you and your student’s privacy and safety. You will also learn simple tips and tricks to help you do otherwise monstrous this easier.WHY ATTEND
  • Learn how to assess online services and understand the implications for student privacy and security
  • Discover useful resources, tips and tricks to aid your selection of online services and understand those confusing terms of service documents
  • Be empowered to answer the question ‘I am a teacher- why should I know privacy?’
Mona Sidhu, Senior Education Officer, NSW Department of EducationAustralia
Nov 913:00
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Action! Explore the power of creating film in the classroom with the stem.T4L team

NSW Education - Deep dive workshop Channel
Join the stem.T4L team to learn more about filming as well as discovering the skills and dispositions to incorporate film in your classroom. In this session you will learn about:
  • The stem.T4L filming kit and its power as an asynchronous classroom teaching tool and a student learning tool.
  • Ways in which you can empower your staff with new skills and the confidence to make quality film creation part of their teaching and learning.
  • The Student Filmmaker resouce, a new independent learning resource that can support students to tell stories, share learning and respond to all curriculum tasks in new and creative ways.
WHY ATTEND?
  • Learn how to introduce the stem.T4L tools in your classroom
  • Discover the support available to NSW Public Schools through the stem.T4L program.
  • Find out about the Student Filmmaker resource and how to support your students to use it independently to make films that are well planned, creative and skilled in their crafting
Nov 913:30
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Big ideas for big transformation

School Leaders
Nov 913:30
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Are you using EdTECH effectively?

School Teachers
Craig Kemp, Owner And Global Edtech Consultant, Ignite EdTechSingapore
Nov 913:30
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How the Confidence Framework can bridge the gap between teachers and technology specialists

ICT Management
Cameron Nicholls, Consortium Chair, Educational Technology Consortium of VictoriaAustralia
Nov 913:30
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Interactions between teaching, learning and space

Build/Design
Craig Deed, Associate Professor, La Trobe UniversityAustralia
Nov 913:30
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Freedom of speech and Australian Higher Education

Tertiary Education
Gerd Schroder-Turk, Associate Professor, Murdoch UniversityAustralia
Nov 913:30
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Personalising learning with tech!

NSW Education - Inspiration Channel
Are you keen to empower learners in your classroom? Technology can help!Technology has the immense power to level the playing field for students with disability and additional learning needs and open the doors to their learning.Many students are capable of achieving incredible outcomes in our schools and technology can support them to do this but it can be overwhelming with the wide range of options available.Joe will provide some frameworks and demo some inclusive tech that you can implement tomorrow in the classroom!WHY ATTEND
  • Learn how to leverage the power of technology to empower learners with additional learning needs in your classroom!
  • Discover a framework to help you select the best learning technology tools for your classroom
  • Get help to implement inclusive technology tools in your classroom tomorrow
Nov 914:00
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Why Learning is Essential to Employee Engagement

LinkedIn Learning
With nearly every organisation and function impacted by COVID-19, learning has quickly become the centre of the organisational response. According to our new Leading with Learning report, we’ve seen 9 ways the L&D profession has changed in the past few months. We surveyed L&D pros and discovered learning has finally earned a well-deserved seat at the table and it is playing a central role as we enter the new world of work.
Jason Laufer, Asia Pacific Senior Director: LinkedIn Learning and Glint, LinkedInAustralia
Amrita Prasad, Glint
Nov 914:00
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Learning as a competitive advantage

Workplace Learning
Learning has never been more important however pandemics of depression, anxiety, sleep deprivation and burnout are reducing our capacity to learn and retain new information.Join USYD Professor of Psychology David Alais and Sean Hall CEO of wellbeing company Energx as they share unique insights gathered from over 5000 Australians into the barriers to learning and how they can be overcome to create a competitive advantage for your career, your students and clients and your organisation.
Sean Hall, Chief Energist, Energx
David Alais, Professor Of Experimental Psychology, The University of Sydney Brain & Mind CentreAustralia
Nov 914:00
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What is your school vision for digital devices?

NSW Education - Inspiration Channel
Today’s students have a vastly different digital experience to their parents and most of their teachers. They engage in technology on a daily basis to play, learn and work. As student’s progress through their education this has become even more important. They also need to develop digital skills and capabilities to thrive at school and beyond. This year the NSW Department of Education released a new policy to support schools manage student use of digital devices and online services.WHY ATTEND
  • Discover how the policy aims to balance the benefits and risks of student use of digital technology in and out of school.
  • Learn about the resources developed to support schools, implement any changes and support their students to use digital technology safely, respectfully and responsibly.
  • Hear what students told us about using digital technology in schools.
Nov 914:00
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Learning Modes: The intersection of pedagogy, space and technology

NSW Education - Deep dive workshop Channel
Join the NSW Department of Education’s School Learning Environments and Change team for an engaging session that explores the intersection of pedagogy, space and technology. You will learn about how using the department's eight learning modes to guide your programming and practice can enhance student agency and build critical and creative skills through a range of examples from NSW DoE schools. Discover how practical pedagogical approaches can boost engagement, motivation and meaningful deep learning in your classroom.WHY ATTEND?
  • Discover how using the learning modes can transform the way you engage students in different learning experiences
  • Learn how pedagogy, technology and space work together to create student centred approaches to learning
  • Understand how to think differently about how you structure your classroom, your lesson experiences and your use of technology
James Hull, Contemporary learning and teaching advisor Coordinator, Department of Education and TrainingAustralia
Nov 914:30
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Education: Are You Ready For It?

School Leaders
Nov 914:30
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Understanding how bullying effects our students

School Teachers
John Marsden, Principal, Alia CollegeAustralia
Nov 914:30
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International student employability: NSW pioneering new ways to connect employers with international students

Tertiary Education
Nov 914:30
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Serious Games For a Serious Purpose: Australian Federal Police Simulation Case Study

Workplace Learning
Andrew Seyderhelm, Federal Agent, Australian Federal PoliceAustralia
Nov 914:30
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Catalyst Lab Innovation Program: Edumap and Uppley

NSW Education - Inspiration Channel
Join this presentation to learn about 2 new and exciting digital tools in development by the Catalyst Lab Innovation Program! Edumap and Uppley are evidence-based models underpinned by digital tools to enable students and teachers to develop and apply critical skills for a rapidly changing world.
  • We will introduce you to both Edumap and Uppley (the pedagogies and the platforms)
  • Share our high-level innovation approach we have used to build them
WHY ATTEND
  • Discover pedagogy and digital solutions for a rapidly changing world
  • Learn about programs deep inside the skunkworks of the NSW Department of Education’s Catalyst Lab Innovation Team
  • Understand the power of digital technology platforms to transform the way you think about teaching and learning
Nov 915:00
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Unpacking the Digital Technologies curriculum

School Leaders
James Curran, Academic Director, Australian Computing AcademyAustralia
Nov 915:00
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Digital citizenship and cyber security,

ICT Management
Mona Sidhu, Senior Education Officer, NSW Department of EducationAustralia
Nov 915:00
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Microbits in the Mini Olympics

School Teachers
Owen Brasier, Computing Education Specialist, Australian Computing AcademyAustralia
Nov 915:00
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Building connection and resilience through virtual learning

Workplace Learning
In these unique times, many people may be feeling anxious, worried or afraid as COVID-19 continues to impact all of us.Surf Life Saving NSW is committed to empowering connection and resilience in communities through innovative learning programs. Its newly developed 60-minute virtual “Kitchen Catch Up” is a specially curated program, facilitated by two accredited Mental Health First Aid Facilitators in a dialogue style to offer participants the opportunity to learn more about Mental Health and tips on looking after themselves.At this session, Dan will share how he builds connection and resilience with the workforce through this innovative program. Andrew will then share his learning from developing the organisation’s virtual training delivery capability.
Andrew Chan, Manager, Training And Education, Surf Life Saving NSWAustralia
Dan Gay, Academy Trainer Manager, Surf Life Saving NSWAustralia
Nov 915:00
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A Staffroom State of Mind

NSW Education - Inspiration Channel
How do you support a workforce of 80,000 teachers to pivot their teaching and learning overnight? The new MSTeams Statewide staffrooms was a response to the emerging needs of our teachers in a year of mass disruption. By utilising the features of this platform the Curriculum team was able to connect and support teachers in a collaborative and collegial space. Over 33,000 participants now exploreand share resources, access specialist advice and receive information with immediacy and flexibility. The platform represents innovative ways to build networks and support teachers, especially in times of need. Teams spaces are adaptive and carefully curated to provide a nuanced response to teachers and their diverse curriculum needs. The teams overcome the tyranny of distance welcoming teachers from all over the state to professional conversations. With connectivity also comes support, nurturing the wellbeing of our workforce. Statewide staffrooms aim to connect teachers with like minded professionals to share best practice in a positive and safe environment. However, they are also an opportunity to share challenges and provide a network of support. Virtual staff meetings have facilitated connections between teachers and specialists from all over the state, to provide immediate responsive support to the issues and concerns that are most pertinent to them.WHY ATTEND?
  • Be introduced to a new way to utilise the power of the masses by sharing across all stages, learning and focus areas in a virtual environment
  • Discover how to connect teachers with likeminded professionals to share best practice in a positive and safe environment.
  • Understand the power of Virtual staff meetings to facilitate connections between teachers and specialists from all over the state, to provide immediate responsive support to the issues and concerns that are most pertinent to them
  • Provide equity of access and immediacy of support to improve wellbeing
Issac Graham, Learning Design Officer, NSW Department of EducationAustralia
Nov 915:00
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Robots…Toy or Tool? Explore the power of Robotics to inspire and equip the next generation

NSW Education - Deep dive workshop Channel
Join the stem.T4L team to learn more about robotics as well as discovering the skills and dispositions to incorporate robotics in your classroom. In this session your will:
  • Learn how to empower your school with Robotics across ages and stages to build the next generation of creators, makers and problem solvers.
  • Learn how to empower your school with Robotics across ages and stages to build the next generation of creators, makers and problem solvers.
  • Discover the skills and resources to empower those leading in schools to plan and support their staff with the confidence and understanding of why robotics is important and how it connects to the NSW Curriculum.
Note: You do not need a stem.T4L kit to attend this session.WHY ATTEND
  • Get started with a little taster of the stem.T4L kits, what is available and how easy it is for NSW Public Schools to access these resources
  • Build your knowledge around Lego Spike Prime including the NSW Education Trial program
  • Check out the stem.T4L technologies available in the different Robotics Kits and see some student samples of learning that will inspire.
  • See how schools are planning and sharing the technologies and learning across their school and what have schools done when their kits move on?
Nov 915:30
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Nov 915:30
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Using The School Magazine's digital content as an integral part of your literacy program

NSW Education - Inspiration Channel
Need high-quality literary material online? The School Magazine has got you covered. The School Magazine is a repository of quality online literary material for primary school students. This presentation will explore the digital features of The School Magazine and offer suggestions for maximising its potential in the classroom. Participants will:
  • Recognise the potential of conducting author studies; collating material on a given theme; and assigning different texts to different students.
  • See how the carefully-curated Learning Resources support and extant texts.
  • Explore the audio components and the interactive activities
WHY ATTEND
  • Discover the power of The School Magazine as a teaching and learning resource for your classroom
  • Learn how to take literary learning to the digital with The School Magazine
  • Empower your students to engage with literary learning in a digital context
Nov 916:00
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Sam and Penguin – be inspired!

Keynotes
Nov 916:00
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Cows, Cars and Code - how NSW does Digital Tech

NSW Education - Inspiration Channel
Join this presentation for a showcase of the professional development and student-centred projects available from the NSW Department of Education TAS Curriculum team focussing on the Digital Technology context of Technology Mandatory. The presentation will highlight the professional learning opportunities, how they have adapted for the COVID-19 restrictions and where we will be going in the future.WHY ATTEND?
  • Discover the professional learning opportunities available to learn more about Digital Technologies
  • Understand where to access the best resources to build your knowledge in Digital Technologies
  • Learn how to apply coding and computational thinking concepts into your classroom tomorrow
Nov 916:00
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Virtual fieldwork. Next best thing to being there!

NSW Education - Inspiration Channel
What is virtual fieldwork, and how can you use it for deep learning and assessment?Join Chris Freeman and Pat Spiers from the NSW Environmental Education Centres (EECs) as they:
  • Introduce the extensive K-12 catalogue of virtual fieldwork and other online resources available from NSW EECs.
  • Discuss examples of how schools have programmed and assessed using these resources.
  • Share practical strategies for teachers and students who want to make their own virtual fieldwork.
  • Discuss challenges, solutions and opportunities such as differentiation needs, disrupted learning continuums, digital equity, cross-KLA integration and choosing success criteria.
WHY ATTEND
  • FIND the right resources for your learning needs when you can’t go on an excursion or you want to add value to your excursion experience
  • UNDERSTAND what is virtual fieldwork and how to confidently integrate it into your programming and assessment.
  • LEARN how to plan, scope and sequence your own virtual fieldwork experiences
  • FIND OUT how teachers and students can easily integrate maps, text, timelines, data, photo albums, games, surveys, soundscapes, 360 photography, narration, documents and video using google sites.
  • GET HELP WITH identifying and articulating your programming needs to your friendly local Environmental Education Centre
Nov 916:20
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Objective-based Leadership/Followership and Teambuilding

Workplace Learning
Nov 917:00
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The Virtual Staffroom – EdTECH Podcast - EduTECH Edition

NSW Education - Deep dive workshop Channel
Join the Technology 4 Learning team as they explore the latest in educational technology minus the ‘geek speak’!With this special EduTECH edition of their renowned podcast, get a round up of the days events and hear informal chats with some of the pivotal speakers!By the end you will be inspired to add a dash of tech to your classroom as you join three non-techie teachers as they talk edtech, classrooms and everything in-between (and sometimes not) all with a bent on EduTECHWhat can you expect?
  • Hear in depth discussions with some of the days keynote speakers as we ask them the hard questions and also hear more about their journey
  • Get an insight into the latest edtech innovations launched at EduTECH
WHY ATTEND
  • Go behind the scenes at EduTECH as the team get up close and personal digitally with some of the days edtech superstars!
  • Discover the highlights from the day as the panel unpack and pull apart the presentations, the insights and the latest releases

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Nov 1009:00
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The Future of Work: What will become of L&D?

Workplace Learning
    uture of Workplace Learning: What will become of L&D?
  • How will learning at work change?
  • Why content is no longer King
  • What skills will employees need in the future?
  • Changing face of L&D: What do we need to stop, start and continue?
Nov 1009:10
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Expanding humans for the 3rd Millennium: Automation, AI and the future of Education and work

Keynotes
Nov 1009:30
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Investigate Learning’s Impact like an L&D Detective

Workplace Learning
    are the facts that show impact for training? Is there evidence for the effect of learning on behavior, performance, and actions? Are there clues that reveal the connection between training, learning, performance, and business goals?In the spirit of great detectives like Sherlock Holmes, we’ll discuss how to conduct an investigation that solves the greatest mysteries in Learning & Development, “What is the impact of training and learning?”. We’ll examine how to use measurement to evaluate results. We’ll explore how to use data and fact-based evidence to build the case for learning’s influence on performance and performance’s influence on achieving business goals.What’s in it for you?
  • Proactively plan for training and learning solutions that measurably impact behavior, performance, and actions.
  • Build training and learning solutions with specific targets for business and performance outcomes.
  • Use measurement and data as evidence for results.
Nov 1010:00
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Data-Driven Learning Design

LinkedIn Learning
Data-driven learning design might sound intimidating for L&D professionals who are not familiar with it. In reality, we make use of data all the time – from logging in your Learning Management System’s dashboards to reviewing learners’ comments and interactions online. Collectively, these datasets give insights about how our learners’ learning trajectories and help inform our learning design decisions. In this presentation, we will look at what data-driven learning design is, and how to implement it in a sustainable and iterative way.
Stella Lee, Director, Paradox Learning IncCanada
Nov 1010:00
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Women in Technology: Unleashing Potential

Workplace Learning
Within our Ericsson Market Area (SE Asia Oceania & India) we have been running two leadership development programs for women.Fuel has been running for 5 years in in Australia.Aspire kicked off in 2019 and is run virtually for participants from Australia through to South East Asia Pacific and India.This session will: -highlight key design components of both programs-The evolution and learnings from both programs -Program impact
Bella Lough, Talent Management Senior Consultant - Oceania, SE Asia and India, EricssonAustralia
Nov 1010:10
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Rethinking Education for the 21st Century

School Leaders
Nov 1010:10
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Creative collaborations with Digital Technology

ICT Management
Michelle Dennis, Head Of Digital Learning And Innovation, Strathcona Baptist Girls Grammar SchoolAustralia
Nov 1010:10
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One School’s Journey to Digital Transformation

School Teachers
  • Unpack the strategies used to develop the confidence and capacity of teachers to implement the Digital Technologies Curriculum
  • Discover how to develop a robust Scope and Sequence that is grounded in real classroom practice
  • Explore innovative and engaging units of work and assessment tasks that build on the skills learnt at each year level
Emma Fowler, Curriculum Coordinator, Nazareth Catholic CollegeAustralia
Nov 1010:30
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Using Digital Learning in the Fight to find Engagement During Social

Workplace Learning
    as found itself under increased pressure to maintain its learning presence and engagement for staff working in isolation with over 70% of staff working remotely.This has led to an accelerated adoption of digital platforms, virtual learning and rapid learning delivery.The digital learning team at NAB has had to review its own priorities and react rapidly to this changing environment, while working on ways to maintain the momentum this challenge has given the bank.Topics to be covered include:
  • How the new normal has levelled the playing field
  • Activating digital channels to exercise the mind
  • Anywhere Anytime- from buzzword to reality
  • Going back while moving forward- maintaining the momentum
James Gibson, Senior Consultant in Digital Learning, National Australia BankAustralia
Nov 1010:40
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Unpacking a holistic approach to high school Esports

School Leaders
By engaging with and empowering teachers in both the Catholic and Education Queensland systems, Mark has led district wide Esports tournaments that have been supported by The University of Queensland, developed representative teams and constructed student development programs including gym and training schedules for students across competitive digital platforms.Join Mark as he unpacks this holistic and hugely effective approach to Esports and reminds us why unique opportunities like Esports are crucial for the successful future learners
Nov 1010:40
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Adapting to and recognising how pedagogy has to cater for the 21st Century

School Teachers
The challenges and opportunities that the 21st century bring are causing some schools and education systems to re-evaluate how they operate. However, this might be a simple thing to state, but the real challenge for schools and education systems is two-fold, one, recognising this change and more specifically that the pedagogy has to change as well, and second, how to adapt our pedagogy to this change once one recognises the fact.This session will explore how a growth mindset can help schools recognise both ways and why schools should recognise that 21st-century education needs to change as well as how pedagogy can adapt to and meet the challenges and opportunities that the 21st-century presents.
Nov 1010:40
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Mangaging the constant evolution of School ICT

ICT Management
Grant Jones, ICT And Innovations Leader, Jordan Springs Public SchoolAustralia
Nov 1010:40
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Meeting the challenges of the ‘workforce of the future’ provides significant challenges for universities

Tertiary Education
Nov 1011:00
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How to Accelerate Your Team’s Proficiency at the Speed of Business

LinkedIn Learning
    The speed with which employees are developed at the workplace is far more critical now to meet the challenges of industry 4.0 and the digital revolution amidst a fast-paced business environment. In this research-based presentation, the managers and leaders will learn insights and strategies from over 50 world-class organizations that will lay a path to create an enabling ecosystem for the employees, in turn drastically reducing time to proficiency of their employees/teams.
  • Time to proficiency metrics as a competitive weapon in a fast-paced world
  • How the world’s leading organizations accelerated employees’ time to proficiency
  • The centrality of managers and ecosystems over training interventions
  • Strategies to positively reduce time to proficiency at workplace
Raman K Attri, Senior Global Technical Training and Learning Manager, K.L.A.-Tencor CorporationSingapore
Nov 1011:00
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Why 40% of your Educational Content will be Short Sims

Workplace Learning
Clark Aldrich has pioneered a new type of interactive educational experiences called Short Sims.Deceptively simple, they change the rules of creating content. He will argue why at least 40% of the material you produce will be Short Sim over the next few years.Aldrich will take people through:- What are Short Sims, and how are they different than traditional material.- Why and where Short Sims make business sense, and why have early adopters year over year increased their adoption of them.- How you can create and deploy Short Sims for your organizaitons.
Clark Aldrich, Author, Short SimsUnited States
Nov 1011:00
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NSW Public Schools - Voice of schools

NSW Education - Inspiration Channel
What does digital learning look like in NSW Public Schools? What challenges and opportunities did online learning present? Join school leaders and teachers as they discuss...
  • How Public Schools across NSW responded to online learning
  • What a digital infused classroom looks like in 2020
  • What are the key skills and dispositions schools are focusing on developing in the citizens of tomorrow
  • The key challenges the digital is presenting for every classroom?
WHY ATTEND
  • Hear from grassroots educators from NSW Public Schools about their 2020 journey and how their teams responded to an everchanging environment
  • Discover what digital look like in classrooms across NSW
  • Understand the key challenges the digital world presents the classroom and how to respond
Nov 1011:10
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Establishing Aboriginal language policy and school curriculum implementation

School Leaders
Kevin Lowe, Scientia Fellow (Level C), University of New South WalesAustralia
Nov 1011:10
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AR/VR curriculum application

School Teachers
Ed Wong, Learning Technologies Integrator, St Michael'S Grammar SchoolAustralia
Nov 1011:10
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Cultivating critical thinkers in the age of digital distraction

School Teachers
Nov 1011:10
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Ethics of cyber security in education

ICT Management
Nicola O'Brien, Computing Education Specialist, Australian Computing AcademyAustralia
Nov 1011:10
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If the shoe fits... How do I know if it fits? A guide to Post Occupancy Evaluation of learning space..

Build/Design
Kathleen Donohoe, CLO, Leading ThinkingAustralia
Nov 1011:30
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Build your schools Digital Foundation with the Digital Maturity Framework

NSW Education - Inspiration Channel
Are you keen to develop your school’s digital capacity? Not sure where to begin?The Digital Maturity Framework is designed to support leaders and teachers to:
  • Assess where they sit on the school technology spectrum
  • Develop a pathway to build skills, capacity and innovation
  • Reflect on their progress and drive the adoption of a continuous approach to learning, innovation and improvement
WHY ATTEND
  • Get help to strategically plan your professional learning journey with technolog
  • Discover how to reflect on your learning and continue to build on your technology foundation
  • Understand how to inspire others at your school to think critically about their technology professional learning narrative
Nov 1011:40
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Post pandemic leadership in Education

School Leaders
Dan Haesler, Director, Cut Through Coaching & ConsultingAustralia
Nov 1011:40
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VR in Training: Evaluating Effectiveness and Efficacy

ICT Management
Greg Higgins, Head Of The Digital Learning Lab, TAFE NSWAustralia
Nov 1011:40
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How successful are innovative spaces in transforming learning and teaching?

Build/Design
Anne Knock, Education Strategist, Culture Learning DesignAustralia
Nov 1011:40
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Keeping Australia’s workforce in front of global megatrends

Tertiary Education
Robert Petherbridge, Executive Director, TAFE QueenslandAustralia
Nov 1012:00
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Surviving, adapting and thriving during covid and beyond

LinkedIn Learning
Digital learning specialist, Natalie Wieland, will examine some key case studies of of organisations that have achieved learning success, during the pandemic crisis. Natalie has worked with education, aged care, corporate and government sectors to enable rapid adaptation of face to face workshops, creating crisis training for staff in health care in over 21 languages in 3 days and enabling trainers and educators to independently create and deliver interactive, engaging learning on demand.
Natalie Wieland, Co Founder And Head Of Product, VidVersity Pty LimitedAustralia
Nov 1012:00
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How can stem.T4L impact teaching and learning in your school?

NSW Education - Inspiration Channel
The stem.T4L program supports the integration of high-quality STEM teaching and learning to Public Schools across NSW. Learn how a combination of professional learning, expert leaders and a library of resources is driving a change in attitudes and a rise in confidence in both students and teachers. We will discuss the impact the project has had on schools and showcase some of the ways in which you can bring extensive teaching and learning resources into shaping the STEM learning experiences in your school.WHY ATTEND
  • Explore the many resources available to NSW Public Schools through the stem.T4L program that can empower your school’s STEM journey
  • Discover how to go beyond the implementation of technology and inspire technology 4 learning through engaging and future focused STEM tools!
  • Develop an understanding of the research and evaluation that demonstrates the impact stem.T4L has on student learning, teacher confidence and career aspirations of our young people.
Nov 1012:00
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Can you STEM without a Robot?

NSW Education - Deep dive workshop Channel
Join the stem.T4L team to discover the power of online tools and technologies that can be accessed with a minimum of fuss using sites and spaces tried and tested by Public Schools across NSW. Introduce your teachers to resources made available to their students through a device and a browser enabling them to teach essential curriculum outcomes. This session will also cover how to plan for the incorpoation of online STEM tools across your school.WHY ATTEND
  • Learn how to stop doing it all yourself and inspire your staff to take on the digital technologies' curriculum
  • Build your and your teams skills in what is available to NSW Public Schools including support from the stem.T4L team and resources.
  • Discover how to create opportunities for the students at your school by embedding digital technologies in every class and introducing digital tools and spaces that inspire!
Nov 1012:30
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Help me, Rhonda! Tips for L & D professionals on how to find the best resources for the learning you’ve been asked to take on

Workplace Learning
Learning and development now encompasses so much more than just standing at the front of a room doing a ‘chalk and talk’. It’s impossible to be an expert in all areas, so where do L&D professionals go for support, and how do they curate credible sources of information? Join Lynette Pinder and Jen Waltmon from the Australian Institute of Training and Development (AITD) as they look at sources of information and professional development options for L&D professionals. This session will give you ideas on where to go for help when you need it most.
Lynette Pinder, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Institute of Training and DevelopmentAustralia
Jen Waltmon, Programs & Content Manager, Australian Institute of Training and Development
Nov 1012:30
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App design is for appsolutely everyone!

NSW Education - Inspiration Channel
During this session, you will discover the step-by-step process of designing an app prototype and you will witness the incredible skills that your students will develop throughout this learning experience. This session is full of practical examples, hear stories about key ‘lightbulb’ moments witness throughout the project and see real student work samples.This is based on design thinking rather than coding and no experience or background knowledge is required for you to start running a similar project in your classroom tomorrow! This project design is applicable in all subject areas from K-12 and does not require any specific software – you can adapt this to meet whatever technology your school uses! This session will explore the power of the app design process in developing student skills in collaboration, creativity, critical thinking and problem solving.WHY ATTEND
  • Understand the app design process and how it could be used in your classroom.
  • Explore the process step by step with detailed, practical examples.
  • Discover the plethora of skills that an app design project will allow your students to develop including creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, problem solving and resilience.
  • Empower you to feel confident in redefining a learning experience into an app design project.
  • Adapt this stye of project to any type of technology that you have available.
Nov 1013:00
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The Journey to Learner Advocacy

LinkedIn Learning
Today’s world of adult education has deviated from learner to corporate centricity as speed to market, achieving positive Return on Investment (ROI), bottom line profits and learner completion rates counter balance the need for appropriate strategies that develop skills and knowledge, and are ‘best fit for purpose’.Providing a learners’ voice, through effective advocacy, is critical to ensuring learning strategies are ‘best fit for purpose’ for both individual learners and the achievement of corporate metrics. This presentation links the concept of learner advocacy to the selection of optimal learning strategies using practical examples of research, engagement and networking from Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) and personal reflections of your facilitator – Scott Jacovou-Johnson.Participant take-aways include:*Exploring the term ‘optimal’ in a corporate environment.*Understanding the learner advocacy concept and its role in determining optimal learning strategies.*Applying a three-step process for understanding learner needs:01.Knowing Your Learners – conducting research to understand learner demographics.02.Understanding Your Learners – engaging learners to understand how they like to learn.03.Networking with Your Learners – imbedding yourself in the learner’s environment to gain context.*Using learner knowledge to select optimal learning strategies that are also ‘fit for purpose’.*Customising learning strategies to individual needs through practical accommodations.
Nov 1013:00
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The online student experience

Tertiary Education
Elizabeth Johnson, Pro Vice-Chancellor Of Teaching And Learning, Deakin UniversityAustralia
Nov 1013:00
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Scaling Mental Agility to Grow, Adapt and Innovate

Workplace Learning
    session will cover the following;
  • How to develop T-shaped skills and thinking at scale
  • How to leverage critical thinking methods used by Warren Buffet and other successful leaders
  • How to rapidly learn and unlearn mental models that allow you to grow, adapt, and innovate
  • An introduction to seven key mental models that will impact your work
Arun Pradhan, Founder, Learn2LearnAustralia
Nov 1013:00
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Formative assessment in Physical Education

NSW Education - Inspiration Channel
This session will highlight how technology can be used as a formative assessment tool in Physical Education. It will highlight how different apps and platforms can be used as assessment tools to empower self and peer assessment, track growth and collect evidence of learning in order to inform future teaching and learning.By the end of the session, participants will:
  • Highlight how technology can be used to assist with self and peer assessment.
  • Implement technology to assist with collecting evidence of learning.
  • Explore methods of tracking growth in Physical Education and other practical settings.
WHY ATTEND
  • Discover how you can use technology can drive formative assessment in Physical Education and other practical settings
  • Learn how to leverage technology tools to track student growth in practical settings
  • Get help to integrate technology in order to deliver quality teaching and learning
Nov 1013:00
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3D Print it! The Power of Tangibilty and Design in the classroom

NSW Education - Deep dive workshop Channel
Discover how 3D Design and Printing can make learning tangible for students and can connect to curriculum areas from science to literacy. Designed for curious teachers wanting ideas or technology leaders to inspire and support their staff to be confident in planning for and delivering ICT and Digital Technologies in their programs in creative ways. Be inspired by real examples from across the curriculum with direction to resources including support for NSW Public Schools from the stem.T4L team to make this happen in your school.WHY ATTEND
  • Learn about programs available to teachers and students to get designing in 3D tomorrow
  • Understand how to connect 3D Design to your curriculum
  • See and hear examples of how other schools have created authentic learning opportunities using 3D Design and Printing and managed it across their school
Nov 1013:30
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Breaking classroom walls with technology

ICT Management
Lauren Sayer, Director of Digital Learning, HaileyburyAustralia
Nov 1013:30
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They might be literate but are they fluent?

School Teachers
    mation technology in the classroom and the role of the Teacher Librarian
  • The scope of information today
  • ‘Find, Choose and Use’ ethically and safely
  • Teacher Librarian as ‘third space’ facilitator
Nov 1013:30
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Competency, Commitment and Culture Components

Workplace Learning
    session will help you to:
  • Weave the wonders of vision, mission, values and brand DNA to all facets of culture, competency and commitment
  • Make the essence of your organisation the purpose and passion of every employee for engagement
  • Understand 5 top tips for weaving into induction and leadership training – aimed for high performance organisationsin an ever changing world
Antonio Di Meola, Learning and Development Manager, Novotech LtdAustralia
Nov 1013:30
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Saving time using the Digital Learning Selector!

NSW Education - Inspiration Channel
See why over 100,000 teachers from around the world have accessed the Digital Learning Selector in 2020! Join the Learning Design and Development Team for a guided tour of the recently updated NSW Department of Education application available FREE to all educators world-wide.WHY ATTEND?
  • Discover how the Digital Learning Selector can save you time, build your capacity in using technology in the classroom and support ICT integration into your lessons
  • Explore 100+ innovative tools aligned to the ICT capability
  • Investigate 50+ activities which are classroom ready and access free to download, editable Microsoft, Google or Apple templates
Nov 1014:00
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Incorporating old Aboriginal traditions and teachings into modern education

School Leaders
Educating the bushfire management sector to develop skills, knowledge and experience in traditional fire management is a key priority of Western Australia’s Department of Fire and Emergency Services. The Department’s Bushfire Centre of Excellence has established a Traditional Fire Program to consider how fire managers and practitioners can better link contemporary fire management with Aboriginal fire practices, traditions and teachings. This session will provide a holistic overview of cultural burning, traditional fire management and its application on-ground. It will outline how the Bushfire Centre of Excellence will incorporate traditional fire knowledge, understanding and practices into planned fire training courses and bushfire management programs across Western Australia.
Gareth Catt, Regional Fire Management Coordinator, 10 Deserts ProjectAustralia
Clifton Bieundurry, Traditional Fire and Cultural Officer, Bushfire Centre of Excellence, Department of Fire and Emergency ServicesAustralia
Wayne Davis, Traditional Fire Coordinator, Bushfire Centre of Excellence, Department of Fire and Emergency ServicesAustralia
Nov 1014:00
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How to manage your online curriculum

ICT Management
Dr Terja Lange, Senior Consultant, Tactical IT ServicesAustralia
Nov 1014:00
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Unplanned Obsolescence

ICT Management
Joe Haig, Director of ICT, Belmont Christian CollegeAustralia
Nov 1014:00
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Facing the Future as a Learner

Tertiary Education
Kim Flintoff, Learning Futures Advisor, Curtin UniversityAustralia
Nov 1014:00
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Leveraging technology in the recursive writing classroom

NSW Education - Deep dive workshop Channel
This presentation will demonstrate how to use technology to support the recursive writing process in Stage 6 English. The focus will be on leveraging the best pedagogical features of the writing portfolio in order to support teachers to:
  • Utilise technology to enhance the recursive writing process
  • Engage critically with the personal nature of the imaginative, persuasive and discursive writing and reflecting process
  • Compose effective, syllabus aligned, conceptually stimulating summative tasks
Participants will have the opportunity to experiment with their own ideas and embed this practice into their own teaching and learning units of work.WHY ATTEND
  • Build knowledge of how to incorporate technology purposefully within the stage 6 English classroom
  • Discover how can tech help empower the recursive writing process in the English Classroom'
  • Empower both students and teachers to get the most out of technology to support teaching and learning in your classroom!
Nov 1014:00
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The Power of VR in the Classroom

NSW Education - Deep dive workshop Channel
How can you introduce virtual reality (VR) into your school? Join the stem.T4L team to discover the true power of VR as a creative and dynamic way to get your students to tell stories and share experiences. See it empowering students across the curriculum to tell stories in new ways, create new artworks and explore or share local or global experiences. It is a huge opportunity for teachers in all areas to look at how creating with VR can bring new opportunities and ways to work for their students.WHY ATTEND
  • Understand how it has never been more relevant to connect and see the world in new ways.
  • Learn that VR creation is a new and valuable skill for students through the highlighting of authentic application by schools, cultural organisations a broad range of industries.
  • Learn to get your head around where VR fits in your school and how to inspire your staff to engage with this new medium
  • Find out how NSW Public Schools can access resources including the support of the stem.T4L team to make this happen in your school.
Nov 1014:30
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Overcoming adversity to achieve your goals

Keynotes
Nov 1014:30
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Neuroscience: A New Era of Learning Agility

Workplace Learning
    session will cover the following;
  • World Economic Forum 2020: ‘Reskilling Emergency’ - retrain One Billion people by 2030
  • Why Learning Agility will be paramount in a continuously changing Digital/AI Age
  • Why the brain’s learning ability will be more important than what we know
  • Unpacking Neuroplasticity in the development of enhanced Learning Agility
Nov 1014:50
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Nov 1015:00
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Nov 1015:00
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Swimming with the current of change

Workplace Learning
In this presentation Fr Rod will explore the natural sequences of change experienced by individuals and recognise how those principles can be used to better engage with change in organisations, culture and society.For Fr Rod “Change is the law of life” (JFK). It does not need to be managed or facilitated; it is simply a matter of choosing to participate in a natural evolutionary process. It’s not so much a matter of how we make change happen, it’s more a matter of how we stop resisting it.
Fr Rod Bower, Archdeacon for Justice, Anglican Diocese Of Newcastle
Nov 1015:00
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Digital Technologies - it's not just coding

NSW Education - Deep dive workshop Channel
Is #digitaltechnologies just about #coding and #robotics? Are you keen to learn the how, why and what of digital technologies in the K-6 classroom? This session will help you unpack the potential of the NSW K-6 Digital Technologies strand in an everyday classroom, that supports students’ computational thinking skills, systems and data representation knowledge and understanding in an ‘unplugged’ or minimal tech environment.WHY ATTEND
  • Identify and understand the key NSW Digital Technologies concepts and how they can be taught in a K-6 classroom
  • Understand ‘unplugged’ and ‘plugged’ learning principles and apply them to the digital technologies key concepts
  • Understand how Computational Thinking skills, including algorithms, are used to analyse and solve problems
Nov 1015:00
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The Why, What & How - Setting Up and Transforming your School with Technology

NSW Education - Deep dive workshop Channel
Devices, screens, platforms, pedagogy... there are so many things to consider when you are looking at transforming your school with their technology implementation. This session will explore the why, what and how to start and continue on this journey.
  • WHY should your school start on a path of transforming technology pedagogy and practice?
  • WHAT should you be aiming to set, to ensure your teachers are utilising and innovating with technology to support student learning.
  • HOW can you achieve these goals?
WHY ATTEND
  • Explore the why, what and how of transforming your school with technology!
  • Discover how to not just implement technology, but inspire technology 4 learning
  • Get help to begin to plan your school’s roadmap with technology 4 learning
Nov 1015:30
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Nov 1015:30
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The Top Tools for Learning 2020 - and what they tell us about learning in the new normal.

Workplace Learning
The Annual Tools survey (now in its 14th year) provides an interesting longitudinal study of not only the tools used for learning but changing learning habits. The 2020 list published on 1 September shows us how the impact of lockdown has brought about a dramatic transformation of services and approach to learning and development in many organisations. In this presentation Jane Hart will consider 10 key features of what learning in the "new normal" means for individuals and L&D teams.
Jane Hart, Founder, Centre for Learning & Performance TechnologiesUnited Kingdom
Nov 1016:00
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Introduction to TinkerCAD for stage 4 Digital Technology

NSW Education - Inspiration Channel
Do you want to get started with simple circuits but don’t have the equipment? This session is for you! This session will provide participants with a brief overview of TinkerCAD circuits an online digital technologies virtualiser and how this free online program can be used to aid in the delivery of stage 4 Digital Technologies.WHY ATTEND
  • Learn how to get your students coding and creating using an online circuit simulator
  • Discover the power of online tools to help meet digital technologies outcomes
  • Be empowered to start tomorrow with TinkerCAD Circuits a free online digital technologies virtualiser
Nov 1016:00
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The Digital Accelerator

NSW Education - Inspiration Channel
Join this session to learn how you can take static classroom resources and convert them into interactive curriculum aligned interactive contentWHY ATTEND
  • Learn how to digitise high-quality resources
  • Discover how technology can have a real impact in the maths classroom
Michelle Michael, Director Of Learning Systems, NSW Department of EducationAustralia
Nov 1017:00
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The Virtual Staffroom – EdTECH Podcast - EduTECH Edition

NSW Education - Deep dive workshop Channel
Join the Technology 4 Learning team as they explore the latest in educational technology minus the ‘geek speak’!With this special EduTECH edition of their renowned podcast, get a round up of the days events and hear informal chats with some of the pivotal speakers!By the end you will be inspired to add a dash of tech to your classroom as you join three non-techie teachers as they talk edtech, classrooms and everything in-between (and sometimes not) all with a bent on EduTECHWhat can you expect?
  • Hear in depth discussions with some of the days keynote speakers as we ask them the hard questions and also hear more about their journey
  • Get an insight into the latest edtech innovations launched at EduTECH
WHY ATTEND
  • Go behind the scenes at EduTECH as the team get up close and personal digitally with some of the days edtech superstars!
  • Discover the highlights from the day as the panel unpack and pull apart the presentations, the insights and the latest releases
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