SIX  CONGRESS STREAMS

 

SCHOOL LEADERSHIP STREAM

 

ABOUT

Take a big picture strategic look at the future of education by sharing global trends and developments, updates on policy and Australia’s curriculum, and the latest thought leadership into how to lead within 21st century schools. The School Leadership Stream is also designed to provide actionable insight and practical advice on how technology can be used to improve teaching and learning.

 

 

WHO ATTENDS?

  • Principals
  • Deputies/Assistant
  • Principals/Deans
  • Directors/Executive Team
  • Heads of School
  • Heads of Technology/ICT
  • Directors of Wellbeing and Positive Education
  • Curriculum authorities
  • Peak Bodies/Associations/Spokespersons/Influencers
  • Government, Catholic and Independent Education Departments
  • Education Unions
  • School Business Manager/Bursars

KEY SCHOOL LEADERSHIP STREAM THEMES

 

Global Trends
Skill Development
Pedagogy & Curriculum
Leadership, Management & Wellbeing
Policy
Technology to Improve Teaching and Learning

 

 

SCHOOL TEACHING STREAM

 

ABOUT

The School Teaching Stream has been carefully curated to provide everyday educators with two full days of practical professional development, covering the latest trends and methods in effective pedagogy which will aid you in being the best teacher you can be.

 

 

WHO ATTENDS?

  • Classroom Teachers
  • Heads of Year
  • Department Heads
  • Curriculum Coordinators
  • Digital Technologies Coordinators
  • Heads of eLearning
  • Student Development and Special Needs
  • Pre-Service Teachers
  • Teacher Training Faculty heads and lecturers

KEY SCHOOL TEACHING STREAM THEMES

 

Creativity & Entrepreneurship
Curriculum Changes
Updated Teaching Methods
Special Needs
Aboriginal Education
Technology to Improve Teaching and Learning

 

 

SCHOOL ICT MANAGEMENT STREAM

 

ABOUT

The School ICT Management Stream is for the ICT administrators who want to stay at the cutting edge of school systems and network developments to ensure that their school is completely secure and seamless for the day to day operations inside and outside the classroom.
 

The stream has been shaped by tech professionals who are responsible for: purchasing IT solutions; building, managing and supporting education institution ICT systems and infrastructure; and ensuring students and teachers operate in a secure learning environment. 

 

WHO ATTENDS?

  • ICT/IT Managers and Directors
  • IT Support Managers
  • ICT Systems Administrators
  • CIOs
  • ICT Customer Support
  • IT Service Delivery
  • Technicians, ICT Administrators and Support Staff

KEY SCHOOL ICT MANAGEMENT STREAM THEMES

 

Cloud Management
Document Management
Information Security
Learning Analytics
Managing BYOD
Network Management
Process Automation
WiFi
Community Engagement

 

 

LEARNING SPACES (BUILDING & DESIGN) STREAM (EduBUILD)

 

ABOUT

The Learning Spaces (Building & Design) Stream combined with the EduBUILD Expo is Australia’s largest education buildings and infrastructure conference and expo for education leaders and decision-makers involved in design, finance, construction, renovation, maintenance, operation and management of buildings for schools, colleges and universities.

 

WHO ATTENDS?

  • Property Developers
  • Architects and designers
  • Educators
  • Construction Companies
  • Building Suppliers
  • Education Building
  • Solutions and Services
  • DETs and Education System Leaders

KEY LEARNING SPACES (BUILDING & DESIGN) STREAM THEMES

 

Learning Space Design
Finance
Ergonomics & Furniture
 
Learning Improvements
Sustainability
Facilities Management

 

 

HIGHER ED & TERTIARY EDUCATION STREAM

 

ABOUT

The Higher Ed & Tertiary Education Stream brings together leading figures to discuss the significant changes underway in higher education globally. Increasing international competition, funding challenges, changing demographics, new technology and an increasingly mobile student population are just some of the disruptions to Tertiary Education sector. Learn how to adapt to these changes to remain competitive and relevant in an increasingly digital and disruptive world.

 

 

WHO ATTENDS?

  • Vice Chancellors, Deputy VCs, Pro VCs, Provosts, Executive Directors, Directors, Executives and CEOs
  • Deans, Heads of School, Faculty Heads and Professors
  • Learning Directors, Instructional and educational designers
  • Senior Lecturer and eLearning
  • Tertiary Education Consultants and Advisors

KEY TERTIARY EDUCATION STREAM THEMES

 

Funding
Employability
International Competitiveness
Regulation
Student Attraction & Retention
Technology

 

 

WORKPLACE LEARNING STREAM (Learn@Work Expo)

 

ABOUT

The Workplace Learning Stream,  together with the Learn@Work Expo focuses on learning and training in the workforce.
 

The Workplace Learning Stream brings together everyone from the learning and development community together to share knowledge and insights on key topics for the next learning era: the digital age and new learning technologies, latest theories and innovative approaches, current and future thinking.

 

 

WHO ATTENDS?

  • Training Managers
  • Learning & Development Managers
  • Skills Development Managers
  • Chief Learning Officers
  • Human Resource Managers
  • Business Coaches and Mentors
  • eLearning Managers
  • Instructional Designers 
  • Talent Managers

KEY WORKPLACE LEARNING STREAM THEMES

 

Digital Transformation
E-Learning
Gamification
Micro Learning Methods
Optimal Learning Strategies
ROI Assessment

 

 

KEY SPEAKERS

 



David Alais, Professor Of Experimental Psychology, The University of Sydney Brain & Mind Centre, Australia

David Alais |  | The University of Sydney  Brain & Mind Centre » speaking at EduTECH Australia

Clark Aldrich, Author, Short Sims, United States

Clark Aldrich |  | Short Sims » speaking at EduTECH Australia

Sam Bloom, Cameron Bloom Photography Pty Limited, Australia

Anneli Blundell, Founder, Anneli Blundell.com, Australia

Fr Rod Bower, Archdeacon for Justice, Anglican Diocese Of Newcastle

Fr Rod Bower |  | Anglican Diocese Of Newcastle » speaking at EduTECH Australia

Phillip Campbell, Managing Director, enigmaFIT Pty Ltd, unknown

Richard Gerver, Educator, Leader, Innovator, Coach to the worlds elite, United Kingdom

James Gibson, Senior Consultant in Digital Learning, National Australia Bank, Australia

James Gibson |  | National Australia Bank » speaking at EduTECH Australia

Sean Hall, Chief Energist, Energx

Sean Hall |  | Energx » speaking at EduTECH Australia

Jane Hart, Founder, Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies, United Kingdom

Jane Hart |  | Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies » speaking at EduTECH Australia

Mr Scott Jacovou-Johnson, Learning And Development Specialist, Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Australia

Karl Kapp, Professor, Bloomsburg University

Karl Kapp |  | Bloomsburg University » speaking at EduTECH Australia

Jason Laufer, Asia Pacific Senior Director: LinkedIn Learning and Glint, LinkedIn, Australia

Jason Laufer |  | LinkedIn » speaking at EduTECH Australia

Amanda Lizier, Lecturer And Researcher, University of Technology Sydney

Imani Mance, Director, Learning, The Home Depot

Imani Mance |  | The Home Depot » speaking at EduTECH Australia

Michelle Ockers, Organisational Learning Strategist, michelleockers.com, Australia

Michelle Ockers |  | michelleockers.com » speaking at EduTECH Australia

Mrs Laura Overton, Author: Facilitator: Researcher, United Kingdom

Lynette Pinder, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Institute of Training and Development, Australia

Lynette Pinder |  | Australian Institute of Training and Development » speaking at EduTECH Australia

Arun Pradhan, Founder, Learn2Learn, Australia

Arun Pradhan |  | Learn2Learn » speaking at EduTECH Australia

Josh Richards, Astronaut Candidate, Corporate Speaker & Cave Diver, Australia

Grant Schmidt, Global Lead for Culture & performance, GFG Alliance, Australia

Grant Schmidt |  | GFG Alliance » speaking at EduTECH Australia

Andrew Seyderhelm, Federal Agent, Australian Federal Police, Australia

Andrew Seyderhelm |  | Australian Federal Police » speaking at EduTECH Australia

Jen Waltmon, Programs & Content Manager, Australian Institute of Training and Development

Jen Waltmon |  | Australian Institute of Training and Development » speaking at EduTECH Australia

Kevin M. Yates, L&D Detective, Impact Measurement Investigations, United States

last published: 18/Sep/20 04:35 GMT