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ADOBE - CREATIVITY FOR ALL
Together for Students Success

Wednesday, 10 Feburary 2021 4.00pm AEST – 45 Minutes + 10 Minute Q&A

Please join us for a dynamic webinar session on how Adobe can help kickstart your 2021 academic year.

 

Learn how you can:

  • Inspire your students’ creativity
  • Improve critical thinking
  • Practice creative problem solving
  • Collaborate in any class

Who Attends:

  • Heads of Department
  • Curriculum Co-ordinators
  • Classroom Teachers
  • Principals
  • Deputy Principals
  • ICT Leaders

Why Attend:

Create exceptional experiences by empowering students with creative applications to inspire them to succeed in their education.

 

In Partnership With

Presenters

Tim Kitchen
Senior Education Specialist, APAC
Adobe

With about thirty years of teaching and education leadership experience, Dr Tim Kitchen is Adobe’s Senior Education Specialist for Asia Pacific.

Tim regularly liaises with schools & universities focusing on enhancing creativity in education. He also manages the Adobe Education leadership and active use program throughout Australasia and helps lead the Adobe Education Exchange ( https://edex.adobe.com ) which now involved over half a million educators. A passionate advocate for creativity in education, and a well-recognised education thought leader in Australia, Tim is a regular presenter for a wide range of national and international education events.

Debra Hicks
Senior Project Officer – Digital Practice Unit
VIC Department of Education and Training

Debra has spent most of her career teaching in primary schools around the western suburbs of Melbourne. She has also worked in consultative and coaching roles in both regional and central offices in the Department of Education and Training. In the early 2000’s Debra, co-founded and convened the Macintosh Schools Network, a grass-roots teacher network to support ICT leaders in Apple schools. The network ran for ten years.

Debra moved to her current role in 2018 as a Senior Project Officer with the Digital Learning Services Unit, DET. Regularly running teacher and leadership workshops as a part of this role, allows her to support schools in their planning for innovative learning in contemporary classrooms. She views digital learning as an essential part of education, using digital devices, applications and online tools to ensure deeper thinking, collaboration and broader representations of learning in all curriculum areas.

Joachim Cohen
Schools Technology Innovation Lead, Technology 4 Learning Team
NSW Department of Education

As part of the NSW Department of Education's Technology for Learning team Joachim is a passionate educator, excited by the potential the 21st century connected landscape presents to grow, harness and develop the skills of learners. As part of a state wide team, leading the deployment and selection of technology and STEM tools I have broadened my skill set with a focus on professional development for staff as well as high level negotiations to ensure the best outcomes for schools, students and teachers. I am driven and inspired to motivate, upskill, celebrate and connect educators in NSW, Australia and beyond with latest, most awesome and strategic educational technology solutions!

Lauren Sayer
Executive Director Digital Learning, Research and Innovation
Melbourne Girls Grammar

Lauren Sayer started her career in Melbourne's western suburbs and quickly rose to leadership positions in educational innovation and middle years pedagogy.  Lauren recent roles have included Head of Education at the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne where she championed the cause for world class pedagogy and continuous learning for those students who were not able to attend school in a traditional setting as well as strengthening partnerships between the student's school, hospital and family during periods which posed many challenges.    

As Director of Digital Learning at Haileybury, Lauren was able to spearhead the effective integration and application of educational technology across the school. Lauren was responsible for overseeing the implementation of online, continuous reporting and feedback through the schools content / learning management system as well as (with her team) rapidly prepare the entire Haileybury school community for the transition to online learning with the onset of the COVID-19 epidemic in 2020.    

Lauren is now part of the executive of Melbourne Girls Grammar School where she is developing best practice in learning technology, digital literacy and building an evidence base for modern digital capability as director of the school's Centre for Educational Enterprise. 

 

 

*Registration for the webinar is free for all to attend and view on demand.
EduTECH 2021