WHAT IS FUTURESCHOOLS ?

 

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Exhibition

The National FutureSchools Expo is Australia's largest education showcase, bringing together 80+ suppliers over 2 days.  

The Expo offers the unique chance to see a wide range of solutions side-by-side, allowing you to both identify the technologies that are right for you, and which vendors you want to partner with. If you want to save time and money, there’s only one place you need to go in 2018… a must attend for the entire K-12 schools sector.
 

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Speakers

Access the best speakers from Australia and around the world.

National FutureSchools Expo brings together over world-leading education experts delivering thought-leadership and practical case-studies across K-12 education. Our mission is to improve the quality of teaching and learning within Australasia and Asia-Pac.

 

 

 

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Conference

Conference

The 5 conferences at the National FutureSchools Expo have all been designed to  cater for senior leadership working in different roles within K-12 education.

Whether you want to focus your engagements on  Principals and the Senior Executives  , prefer to talk to the real implementers of technology  teaching at the coal-face  , or are looking to meet people in specific roles such as  Foundation or SEN Coordinators  , the event is structured to appeal to the people you want to speak to...
 

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FutureLeaders conference


A strategic look at the future of education

Who Should Attend?

Principals

Deputy / Assistant Principals

Executive Teams / Directors of Teaching and Learning

Heads of Department / Year Heads / Curriculum Leaders

Heads of Library / Leaders of eLearning / Leaders of ICT strategy

Classroom Teachers

 

ClassTECH Conference


Using emerging tech / Teaching with emerging tech / Teaching about emerging tech

Who Should Attend?

Year 3-12 educators curious about emerging technologies

Principals / Deputies / Assistant Principals

Curriculum Leaders and Head Teachers of STEM including Technology, Maths and Science

IT and Network Managers and eLearning coordinators wanting to support, leverage and optimise ClassTECH usage in their schools

 

SETN conference

Designed for classroom teachers, special needs teachers and coordinators, and Principals from mainstreams schools

Who Should Attend?

Teachers and Principals from mainstream schools who are searching for ideas to include students with challenged backgrounds, learning difficulties and disabilities.

Principals and Teachers from mainstream schools who are searching for ideas to assist struggling students

Special Ed Needs (SEN) coordinators

Learning Support Officers

Integrated Studies Officers

School Councillors / Psychologists / Therapists

 

Young Learners conference


Laying the foundations of technology learning

Who Should Attend?

Anyone who is working with early learners–kindergarten through to Years 1 and 2–will benefit from the sessions presented including:

Primary School Principals and Assistant / Deputy Principals

Primary School Teachers

Stage and year coordinators in the foundation years (kindergarten, 1 and 2)

 

Teaching Kids to Code conference


Preparing teachers for the digital technologies curriculum, CODING AND ROBOTICS

Who Should Attend?

K-12 Teachers with an interest in coding and robotics

ICT Integrators/Facilitators/Coordinators

Computing Teachers

STEM Teachers

 

Brilliant Social Media with Year-Round Conversations and Multiple Touchpoints

 

 

Although the National FutureSchools Expo happens once a year, the ideas and conversations continue all year round at other related events , and on social media . With more than 25,000 people active on our social media channels, we take it very seriously and have a full team dedicated purely to growing our social media communities.

 

18,000 followers on Twitter

12,865,027 impressions on #FutureSchools
(Trended for 2 full days during FutureSchools 2017!)

6,400+ likes on Facebook

 

 

4,100 connections on LinkedIn

 

 

5,000 viewed videos on Ed-TV

 

 

Multitude of Storify stories

 

 

320 videos posted on YouTube

(viewed a combined total of 20,000 times)