2017

Program


Conference day 1 Friday  10th March
Multiple locations - select your location

ICTENSW 2017 has partnered with a number of TechEd partners including Microsoft, Google, Adobe and Intel. Delegates will have a choice between an amazing line-up of workshops run by ICTENSW and our industry partners using the latest products and best education practice. 

Delegates will enrol in workshops at one of the following locations: 

Adobe Systems - Location:  Tower 2, Level 27, 201 Sussex Street, Sydney.

LET'S GET CREATIVE. LET'S CHANGE THE WORLD

Whether you’re an educator developing a more engaging curriculum; an administrator working to improve collaboration; or a student creating school projects, portfolios, and resumes, Adobe offers you tools that can help you excel.

Industry leaders from Adobe Systems and ICTENSW have combined efforts to provide members and associates with an immersion day focusing on the use of Adobe products in the classroom.


Who should attend the day at Adobe? There is something for any teacher wanting to integrate multimedia into their teacher. These products can support Primary teachers looking for a quick professional looking product through to Multimedia specialist teachers (in fact, after lunch Kelly Bauer will be hosting the HSC IT (Multi) session at this location). If you want to find out more about Adobe Spark, Muse, the Creative Cloud and/or Premier Pro and AfterEffects, this is the only place to be on March 10th!

Google HQ - Location: Level 5, 48 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont

A SOLUTION BUILT FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS

It doesn't matter how big your school or your budget is. Google provides easy tools to engage students anytime, anywhere, on any device.

Industry leaders from Google and ICTENSW have combined efforts to provide members and associates with a day of Google PD.

Who should attend the day at Google HQ?  The day will suit any Secondary or Primary teachers who want to find out more about Google Classroom, Expeditions, CS First and other Google Tools for Education.




Microsoft Head Office - Location:  1 Epping Road, North Ryde

EMPOWERING EVERY STUDENT TO ACHIEVE MORE

Who should select to go to Microsoft on Friday 10 March?

Primary and Secondary teachers of all ability levels who are interesting in exploring:

  • Microsoft Classroom
  • New cool O365 features
  • 3D
  • Virtual Reality – Hololens , Unity game development, Visual Studio
  • Minecraft

Industry leaders from Microsoft Education and ICTENSW have combined efforts to provide members and associates with an immersion day focusing on the use of Microsoft products in the classroom.

Who should attend the day at Microsoft Head Office?  Click Here to see the program for the day.

Conference Day 2
Location:  ACU, James Carroll Building, North Sydney

Keynote Speaker -  Bron Stuckey, Director Innovative Educational Ideas

Gaming in the Classroom
The lived curriculum of digital citizenship makes it uncool to be a bad digital citizen

Discussing the Pokemon Go! Phenomenon and how gaming can, and is, being used in the classroom


Cameron PattersonKeynote Speaker -  Cameron Paterson, Global Innovator 

IT’S ABOUT LEARNING
Education is too often about teaching and not enough about learning

Students will only learn to take risks with their learning, co-create, network, and play with ideas, if their teachers have the vocational bravery to do the same. How might we shift the mindsets of educators towards a more adaptive approach while the status quo fights and pushes back against a future of dramatic transformations?


Keynote Speaker -  Dr Roslyn Prinsley, Senior Adviser on STEM Education in the Commonwealth Department of Education and Training

Digital Technologies Hub Launch

Dr Prinsley contributed to the site development and is the Senior Advisor on STEM Education in the Department of Education and Training. She also leads the School STEM team. Previously she was the National Adviser for Science and Mathematics Education and Industry Officer of the Chief of Scientist. In this role, Roslyn advised the Chief Scientist on the role of science, technology, engineering, mathematics across education and industry. Dr  Prinsley will be introducing and launching the Digital Technologies Hub. The Hub has been developed to support the teaching of the Australian Curriculum.

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