Join us LIVE for 2 hours of world leading content plus a LIVE Q&A

4 x 30 Minute Sessions + 30 Minute LIVE Q&A Panel

Pasi Sahlberg
Director, Research
Gonski Institute of Education (Finland)

Tamsyn Rosenberg
Founder
Alive

Ted Dintersmith
Author
What School Could Be (U.S.A)

Bronwyn Hinz
Director, Public Policy
Nous Group

EARLY BIRD SAVINGS!
Register now and save!

Early Bird : Pay $20 when you book before Friday 10th July and SAVE $10

Standard: Pay $25 when you book before Wednesday 29th July and SAVE $5

Late : Pay $30 after 30th July 2020

DON’T MISS OUT – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW

Join "Adaption of Education" International Virtual Mini Summit, produced by EduTECH on Wednesday, 29 July 2020 4.00pm AEST, where we will bring together 4 global education superstars directly to your screens to share the tactics and points of view to guide you through the changing landscape of global education.

Join us LIVE or on demand and learn how you can best adapt to the demands in and out of the classroom, equip yourself to better understand the well-being of your students, gain insight on the way ahead and forecast how COVID-19 will eventually change the global education landscape.

Why attend?

  • Gain 2 hours of teacher identified professional development
  • Hear exclusive content from world leading educational experts
  • Join us LIVE to participate in a LIVE Q&A with all 4 experts or watch on demand at your own convenience

Who should attend?

  • K-12 Principals and Assistant Principals
  • K-12 Teachers & Heads of Departments
  • Curriculum specialists in schools

4.00pm - Will the Pandemic Change Schools?

Pasi Sahlberg , Director, Research, Gonski Institute of Education, Finland

The global pandemic has disrupted many parts of our lives and created high hopes about the ‘new normal’ for education post-COVID-19.

Re-imagining education, redesigning schools and reforming pedagogy are all front of mind for educators globally.

Join Pasi Sahlberg as he outlines the conditions for real change, offers concrete actions on the way ahead, and forecasts how COVID-19 will eventually change the global education landscape.

Participants will:

  • Discover how the global pandemic has disrupted many parts of our lives and created high hopes about ‘new normal’ for education post-COVID-19
  • Learn how to maximise opportunities to create real change
  • Understand triggers and cause and effect of real change
  • Unpack and declutter the road ahead by blocking out noise and focusing on action

4.30pm - Mental Health in the Classroom – COVID-19 Recovery

Tamsyn Rosenberg , Founder, Alive

With suicide being the number one cause of death in young people, Tamsyn explores the current pressures and issues arising for both Educators and students, and the links between mental health and academic performance.

Tamsyn will share innovative tools and training in Mental Health and Wellbeing Education to help Educators and students with COVID-19 recovery. She will also explore how better equipping our Educators with evidence based, simple and practical mental health tools and training, can make help students go on to live full and happy lives.

Participants will:

  • Learn innovative tools and training in Mental Health and Wellbeing Education to help Educators and students with COVID-19 recovery
  • Build an understanding of the new mental pressure students are facing
  • Explore the current pressures and issues arising for both Educators and students, and links between mental health and academic performance
  • Equip yourself as an educator with evidence based, simple and practical mental health tools and training

5.00pm - Post COVID-19 Employment Landscape for Students

Ted Dintersmith , Author, What School Could Be, U.S.A

Most students currently graduating from high school or higher education will soon be faced with the daunting task of looking for a job.

Traditionally students often take a simple basic approach to seeking employment, however with the latest changes and affects of COVID-19, students need to explore the more effective ways to find a job.

Ted Dintersmith has interviewed students across the world, to gain perspective and insight on how the employment landscape has changed, and on how educators can equip their students with the confidence necessary to graduate.

Participants will:
  • Understand what the new landscape will look for students in the future
  • Learn how to equip your students with confidence
  • Build a set of tools to educate your students for a post COVID-19 economy
  • Discover how to teach real entrepreneurial skills in the classroom

5.30pm - Unlocking Teacher Potential with Student Voice

Dr Bronwyn Hinz , Director, Public Policy, Nous Group

What if the answer to better teaching was right in front of you?

Groundbreaking Australian research is showing the transformative potential of student voice as an insight, development and improvement tool. 

Join Dr Bronwyn Hinz and discover how hundreds of Australian schools and over ten thousand teachers, have used student voice to identify the “missing piece” in their teaching and school improvement plans, to personalise their PL, and to deepen collaboration within and across schools, for a richer and more engaging learning experience for all. 

Participants will:

  • Learn ground breaking research that shows the transformative potential of utilising student voice 
  • Discover how hundreds of Australian schools have used student voice to boost their school improvement plans
  • Build a tool kit of skills to deepen collaboration in the classroom

6.00pm - Live Q&A Panel with all 4 Education Superstars

EARLY BIRD SAVINGS!
Register now and save!

Early Bird : Pay $20 when you book before Friday 10th July and SAVE $10

Standard: Pay $25 when you book before Wednesday 29th July and SAVE $5

Late : Pay $30 after 30th July 2020

DON’T MISS OUT – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW