Join EduTECH 2020 Virtual Round tables for the opportunity to swap ideas and leverage the knowledge and experiences of your peers from around the world. Choose between a wide variety of specific topics including technology, leadership, better teaching practices and global and local trends.

This is a completely open forum where you have the chance to participate in your chosen 30-minute round table LIVE.
 

Roundtables, Monday 9 November 2020

Jane Mackerall
Roundtables
14:00

Education transformation: from recovery to reimagine

Presented by: Jane MackarellWhat are the positive things that have come out of this period for you as a school leader and how have you overcome some of the challenges you’ve faced?Looking ahead, what do you see as the promising practices to come out of COVID that you will adopt moving forward?
Hayden Flett
Roundtables
14:00

How the latest developments in electronic access control can solve your school security and operational challenges

Andrew Pierpoint
Roundtables
14:00

How to support existing and emerging pedagogies in schools using Content Aggregators and eReading software? Challenges and benefits of accessing content digitally

ReadCloud has an opportunity to host a roundtable discussion at this year’s virtual EduTech conference.We see it timely to discuss alternate Teaching and Learning strategies and delve into differing perspectives on the role of content aggregators and eReading software both in and out of the classroom.Even before COVID many Educators began digitalising their classrooms. Together with new software and device policies, there is a real opportunity to leverage technology and improve pedagogical practices.This roundtable will discuss how new pedagogies are supported by content aggregators and eReading software.
Dan Bowen
Roundtables
14:00

ICT education transformation: from recovery to reimagine

Presented by: Dan BowenWhat are the positive things that have come out of this period for you as an IT leader and how have you overcome some of the challenges you’ve faced?Looking ahead, what do you see as the promising practices to come out of COVID that you will adopt moving forward?
Yasmin London
Roundtables
14:00

Major Cyber Safety Concerns for Schools Today - Ask, listen & learn

Schools and teachers are often the front-liners when it comes to managing online safety incidents, tasked with addressing the overwhelming challenge of managing student’s behaviour and time online. To assist with this challenge, we are pleased to be presenting you with a unique opportunity to get free advice directly from ySafe’s cyber safety experts.Whether you are a school leader or wellbeing, IT, or teaching staff, we will provide valuable insights, tips, and tricks on overcoming some of the prominent student safety and wellbeing issues you are facing. This is your chance to ask, listen and learn about all things cyber safety and digital wellbeing. Come and join the conversation.
Yasmin London, Executive Director, ySafe - Cyber Safety Experts
Sjaan Mathiou
Roundtables
14:00

Preventative Maintenance: how to gain control of your asset maintenance budget

Everything you need to knowon how to gain control of your asset maintenance budget
  • What is the real cost of not having the right preventative maintenance in your facility and what does that checklist look like?
  • Why its important for you to track your reactive works and start putting preventative measures in place?
  • How to plan ahead, project the costs over a 1,3,5 or 10 year, and lock it into your financial plan
Sjaan Mathiou, Finance Manager, Mathiou Services
Dan Brown
Roundtables
14:00

Robotics in the Curriculum, Classroom and Competitions

VEX VR, IQ and V5 is used within our College to promote open-ended problem solving in an engaging way and has helped see our co-curricular robotics program grow into over 150 students. In this seminar, we will outline how VEX Robotics platforms are used in the College both in curriculum and in a co-curricular capacity in both Junior School to Senior School. We will share stories of the students’ learning experiences, provide tips and curriculum links and our experiences with running over a dozen teams in the VEX IQ and VEX V5 competitions.”
Cathi Lamberti
Roundtables
14:00

SMARTfit Brain Health and Skills Training for Youth

Tony Ryan
Roundtables
14:00

State of Technology in Education: The Big Debate

Paula Clasby
Roundtables
14:00

Sustainable furniture - how to make the right choices. A dive into design principles and whole of life considerations

Chris Bradman
Roundtables
14:00

The Impact of Covid-19 on Student Success

New global research from Instructure has highlighted the long-term impacts for higher education students as a result of COVID-19, with more than 68 per cent of Australian students feeling like they are falling further behind in their studies amidst the pandemic. The research highlights how socioeconomic disparities among students have been heightened during the pandemic and threaten student engagement, impacting success more than ever. Join us for a roundtable discussionon this topic, moderated by Christopher Bradman, General Manager APAC - Instructure.
Paul Mineo
Roundtables
14:00

The modern day learner

Today’s digital world provides opportunities for students to learn in highly personalized ways. When teachers and students become co-creators in the learning process and leverage technology in meaningful ways, the learning experiences can inspire all learners.
Mark Sampson
Roundtables
14:00

The real-world impact of keeping the institutional finger on your students’ pulses – a case study from COVID-19 times

This session will cover how a model of student support driven by data from multiple university source systems through a multi-channel, personalised student communications and engagement management system was able to pivot to support all international students at a major NSW university.It will feature examples of student feedback, the impact on retention, student perception of their chances of success, advocacy for the university and many other outcomes of the blend of innovative technology and great university staff.We would love to discuss the realities of how much you can achieve when you let data and student feedback drive your intervention and support services.
Steven Archibald
Roundtables
14:00

Todays Education. Tomorrows Tech

It is predicted that up to 65 percent of today’s primary school students will work in jobs that do not exist yet. Many schools are left wondering how to adapt. Curriculums are changing. Teaching methods are transforming. Technology is evolving so fast educators are struggling to keep up. It is time to reinvent the classroom and prepare students for the future, not the past.In this roundtable, we will explore the challenging yet and crucial role which technology plays in the reinvention of learning for educators, and the delivery of future-fit learning outcomes for students.
Matt Fowler
Roundtables
14:00

Transforming the Campus Experience with AI

Matt Fowler, Sr. Manager Systems Engineering, APAC, Juniper Networks
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