Cameron Nicholls | Chair
Educational Technology Consortium of Victoria

Cameron Nicholls, Chair, Educational Technology Consortium of Victoria

As Chair of the Education Technology Consortium Victoria (ETCV), Cameron Nicholls leads collaboration between the IT Managers and curriculum leaders driving some of Victoria most innovate School IT programs.  ETCV strives to bridge the gap between teachers and technology specialist in order to improve school outcomes.

Cameron is currently Principal of Trafalgar Primary School, a rural school located 120 kilometres from Melbourne in one of the fastest growing areas of the state.  He has previously work as a Secondary School Principal, Assistant Principal and as a Music teacher, has worked at the intersection of technology and art for many years teaching music recording and production, including theatrical sound and lighting. 

Cameron was a finalist for the Victorian Secondary Teacher of the Year in 2013, being recognised for his outstanding teaching practice and his leadership of teaching and learning practices both locally and at the system level.  Of particular note was his leadership and implementation of ICT initiatives to improve student outcomes, that have been totally integrated into whole school management including student management, assessment/reporting, accountability, the provision of welfare services, community engagement strategies, and most importantly, student learning.


Day 2 @ 11:05

PANEL - Digital Transformation

With ICT underpinning almost all aspects of running a school, it's important that schools have access to actionable data that can inform future direction and improvements.In this session panellists will share how the Simple Framework for Digital Transformation has been used in a variety of school contexts to make evidenced-based decisions that create a culture of confident and effective technology use.

Day 2 @ 13:55

PANEL - How to get Principal support for your IT project

IT specialists often require the commitment of significant financial, human and capital resources to provide and secure powerful solutions.For IT leaders, it can feel frustrating when it seems your concerns are not being heard amidst the range of competing school priorities.In this session panellists share with attendees the evidence they provide to make the case for change and secure sponsorship for their next project.They will share with attendees how they go about aligning proposed solutions with school strategic planning.
last published: 04/Aug/21 10:15 GMT
last published: 04/Aug/21 10:15 GMT
last published: 04/Aug/21 10:15 GMT

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