EduTECH 2020 set to be bigger and better - Education Matters Magazine


EduTECH 2020 set to be bigger and better

The largest education event in the southern hemisphere, EduTECH 2020 will feature presentations on the latest case studies and innovations from local and international speakers.

EduTECH brings together the entire lifecycle of education under the one roof – covering pre-school, K-12, tertiary and higher education, workplace learning and continued adult education.

EduTECH 2020 is one of the most important two-day meetings on the education calendar for educators, leaders and administrators who want a decluttering of all the latest news and curriculum updates that affect you, your peers and students.

EduTECH will follow the same successful format as previous years but will be centred around a brand new theme: Disruption, Creativity and Diversity.

Spanning across an impressive 12,000 square metres, the free EduTECH expo will feature over 300 exhibitors hosting seminars, launching new products and offering demonstrations. Those in attendance will have the opportunity to compare innovative products and services from multiple providers.

EduTECH 2020’s congress will feature six parallel streams, with Schools Leadership, Schools Teaching, ICT Management and Build/Design specifically curated for education stakeholders who have a keen interest in building/designing new and existing schools and the administrators/users of ICT infrastructure.

2020 is expected to be a big year for the sector, with various factors set to shake up the education space. The mission of EduTECH 2020 is to improve student learning outcomes Australia-wide across K-12 education, while also focusing on new developments in tertiary education.

This festival for education brings over 10,000 people together from across the entire education and training sector to learn, debate, exchange ideas and be inspired. EduTECH will delve into and develop the ideas that will help shape the next decade of education.

EduTECH will be held 2-3 June 2020 at the International Convention Centre in Sydney. It will be run alongside two other events: EduBUILD, which is Australia’s largest event for education buildings and infrastructure; and Learn@Work, held within EduTECH and designed for learning and development, and training managers from the business and government sectors.

EduTECH, EduBUILD and Learn@Work are organised by Terrapinn, which is also the team behind The National FutureSchools Festival.

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