Future Schools EXPO + CONFERENCES

Future Schools EXPO + CONFERENCES

Roundtables

The roundtables will run with 3 rotations and go for 90min in total. Each delegate will have the opportunity to sit at 3 different roundtables with the ability to pre-select your tables ahead of the conference. Each session will go for 25min, with a 5min changeover to other tables.

Roundtables - 3 x 30min sessions, Wednesday 20 March 2019

Roundtables - 3 x 30min sessions
14:00

Roundtable 1 - Innovative Curriculum Design to differentiate and engage all students

The roundtables will run with 3 rotations and go for 90min in total. You can pre-select your tables ahead of the conference.
  • Key principles for effective differentiation
  • Engagement for all - including students affected by trauma
  • Hexagonal thinking to support innovative curriculum development
Roundtables - 3 x 30min sessions
14:00

Roundtable 10 - Using Film, TV, Radio and Social Media to support School Promotions

The roundtables will run with 3 rotations and go for 90min in total. You can pre-select your tables ahead of the conference.Using Film, TV, Radio and Social Media to support School Promotions
Roundtables - 3 x 30min sessions
14:00

Roundtable 11 - Extending our classrooms to the web: what are the challenges of a complex online eco-system & how do we leverage technology & data to improve student engagement and achievement

The roundtables will run with 3 rotations and go for 90min in total. You can pre-select your tables ahead of the conference.The education technology landscape continues down the pathway of complexity, creating ever stronger needs for schools and school leadership to think about ways they leverage data and the online space to benefit the core principles of student engagement and achievement. Join us to discuss the challenges of managing dynamic learning environments and to consider what technological tools are available to help you execute on your educational strategy.
Harrison Kelly, Senior Regional Director, Instructure Inc.
Roundtables - 3 x 30min sessions
14:00

Roundtable 12 - What is the future in mathematics teaching? Is algorithmic thinking the new black?

We discuss the future of mathematics teaching and how this will impact students. Is algorithmitic thinking the new black? Let's discuss.
Roundtables - 3 x 30min sessions
14:00

Roundtable 13 - Integrating IOT and cyber security with the latest wifi standards

The classroom of tomorrow promises an amazing educational experience. Digital curriculum can better engage students and help educators be more impactful. But they also create new challenges for schools and their overtaxed IT teams managing and maintaining an effective physical and Cyber security environment. Ruckus Networks will discuss how the IT team of the future can leverage the latest wifi standards, IOT integration and build a password free network to demonstrate frictionless IT engagement.
Host: Carl Jefferys, Country Manager, Ruckus Networks, an Arris Company
Roundtables - 3 x 30min sessions
14:00

Roundtable 14 - The busy school leaders #1 survival skill:

  • Empowering and freeing your staff to do the work you need them to do as well as the work they want to do
  • How to stop doing other people’s work for them
  • Learn this simple and powerful technique to assist you in your role as a leader, parent, partner and friend
Roundtables - 3 x 30min sessions
14:00

Roundtable 15 - Feedback – do those conversations have to be so hard?

  • The importance of feedback - for adults and children
  • Why we avoid feedback conversations
  • How to give feedback that creates behaviour change
Lisa Harrison, Capability Consultant, The Learning Pyramid
Roundtables - 3 x 30min sessions
14:00

Roundtable 16 - Digital Technologies Education Programs- Which one will you choose?

Drop by to find out more abouta range of Digital Technologies Programs for Australian teachers, including our free, online courses, free professional learning events, and our freeNational Lending Library.You canrequest to borrow, for free, a selection of Digital Technologies educational equipment,that isaccompanied by lesson plans, based on our online courses, designed for different age groups and mapped to relevant content descriptors in the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies learning area. This is your chance toExplore, Play and Learn.
Host: Sue Carter, Project Officer, Adelaide University
Kimberley Bruce
Roundtables - 3 x 30min sessions
14:00

Roundtable 17 - Using the UN Goals to teach 7-10 Science

This seminar will run as 3 x 30min sessions. Please register for your preferred time.
Host: Kimberley Bruce, Science Leader, Alia College
Oliver Peskey
Roundtables - 3 x 30min sessions
14:00

Roundtable 18 - Next level collaborative coding robots with VR!

    seminar will run as 3 x 30min sessions. Please register for your preferred time.
  • Bring your device to code an adventure with AR & VR on Mars.
  • Learn about collaborative coding
  • Fun activities with real world applications OR Make coding lessons more exciting
Host: Oliver Peskey, Education Specialist, Kai's Clan
Roundtables - 3 x 30min sessions
14:00

Roundtable 19 - Social justice in the early years

Alternative Action: Effective on-site programming to engage at-risk students
Roundtables - 3 x 30min sessions
14:00

Roundtable 2 - When we're safe, we thrive: Providing opportunities for success with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students

The roundtables will run with 3 rotations and go for 90min in total. You can pre-select your tables ahead of the conference.
  • Reasons why Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders struggle with conventional educational practices
  • Takeaways in practices which can be adapted to suit any school (8 ways of learning)
  • Understanding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in education
Anissa Jones, Teacher, CIT Reid Yurauna Centre
Roundtables - 3 x 30min sessions
14:00

Roundtable 3 - Entrepreneurial - where do you start?

The roundtables will run with 3 rotations and go for 90min in total. You can pre-select your tables ahead of the conference.
  • How to embed Virtual Reality and Augmented reality technologies in the classroom that is aligned to the Victorian Curriculum
  • How to do this with a limited budget but also provide students with new pathways and mediums for content creation
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Roundtables - 3 x 30min sessions
14:00

Roundtable 4 - VR & AR implementations in the classroom

The roundtables will run with 3 rotations and go for 90min in total. You can pre-select your tables ahead of the conference.
  • How to embed Virtual Reality and Augmented reality technologies in the classroom that is aligned to the Victorian Curriculum
  • How to do this with a limited budget but also provide students with new pathways and mediums for content creation
Ed Wong, Learning Platforms Administrator, St Michael'S Grammar Shcool
Roundtables - 3 x 30min sessions
14:00

Roundtable 5 - Developing C21 Skills - Peer-to-peer collaboration beyond classroom

The roundtables will run with 3 rotations and go for 90min in total. You can pre-select your tables ahead of the conference.
Roundtables - 3 x 30min sessions
14:00

Roundtable 6 - Ordering time for learning

The roundtables will run with 3 rotations and go for 90min in total. You can pre-select your tables ahead of the conference.
  • Working to decrease stress
  • Develop time management among students and staff
  • Looking at outcomes
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Roundtables - 3 x 30min sessions
14:00

Roundtable 7 - Building Asia capable young Australians, ready for the globalised workforce

The roundtables will run with 3 rotations and go for 90min in total. You can pre-select your tables ahead of the conference.
  • How can a school respond to the national call for Australia to be the most Asia literate nation in the western world?
  • How do we prepare students with the intercultural understandings required to capitalise on a rising Asia?
  • How can we make the most of an Asia-at-home type of learning?
Amanda Roberts, Head of School and Development, Livingstone Christian College
Mark Laraghy, Principal, Livingstone Christian College
Roundtables - 3 x 30min sessions
14:00

Roundtable 8 - Letting Students 'Choose Their Own Lesson'

The roundtables will run with 3 rotations and go for 90min in total. You can pre-select your tables ahead of the conference.
  • How to use technology to create truly individualised learning experiences that target the student learning styles
  • Why students willingly direct their own learning through this approach
  • Providing teachers with ready-to-use resources to implement this strategy in their next lesson
Roundtables - 3 x 30min sessions
14:00

Roundtable 9 - Nurture through nature, why environmental education is essential to student well being

The roundtables will run with 3 rotations and go for 90min in total. You can pre-select your tables ahead of the conference.
  • Student well being is essential for all effective learning to happen
  • Human well being is inextricably linked to connectedness with nature
  • Schools play a vital role in redressing the nature disconnectedness that is happening due to technology saturation and urbanisation
last published: 17/Mar/19 22:25

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