2–3 September 2016
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
The K–12 Digital Classroom Practice Conference explores best digital classroom practice to achieve superior teaching and learning outcomes. This exciting new event is part of the new National Education Summit.
Attend the conference to see the amazing ways digital technology can be used in your classroom to support your pedagogy, deliver the curriculum to your students and to unlock their learning potential.
Whilst at the conference, take the opportunity to kill two birds with the one stone. Make some time to visit The Education Show 2016, a well-known and well-respected free trade exhibition in a new venue (2–4 September 2016, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre). The Education Show is also a part of the National Education Summit.
The keynote speakers at the K–12 Digital Classroom Practice Conference, Zeina Chalich and Paul Hamilton, have been chosen for their reputations as best-practice classroom teachers, their understanding of the place of digital technology in education and their ability to motivate and inspire.
Zeina Chalich is a dynamic educator and presenter with teaching experience in primary schools and university. In her role as Leader of Learning and Innovation, Zeina leads disruptive change in digital pedagogy and personalised learning – creatively integrating technology and design thinking to transform learning experiences and connect communities of learners. Zeina is co-founder of #aussieED, Australia’s largest educational professional learning network on Twitter, and was a finalist in the EduBlog 2015 Awards for the Best Individual Tweeter Category. She writes for Educational Technology Solutions magazine.
Paul Hamilton is the Head of Learning Technologies in the primary school at Matthew Flinders Anglican College and the founder of iPad Monthly. Renowned for his work in the effective use of mobile devices, augmented reality and iBeacon technology, Paul is a leader and innovator in the Edtech world. Paul has featured in The Age, Sydney Morning Herald and the Canberra Times as a leading pioneer in the Edtech field. Paul is the creator of Edtech Synchronicity, a reflection framework for integrating technology in education.
Zeina and Paul are joined by influential classroom practitioners who will share their knowledge and expertise covering key areas such as: coding in the curriculum; the Digital Technologies curriculum; Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) education; learning through Twitter; the Maker Movement; digital literacy; online assessment and a lot more!
This conference is the one to choose if your goal is to significantly improve your digital classroom practice.
Visit www.iwb.net.au/classroompractice/ for more information or to register.