EduTECH 2022 - Digitisation • Creativity • Diversity
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EduTECH 2022 – Digitisation • Creativity • Diversity

EduTECH 2022 - Digitisation • Creativity • Diversity

EduTECH 2022 is set to take place in Melbourne at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 10 & 11 August. With two years of pent-up demand and an eagerness to upskill and reconnect in-person, the education sector is extremely excited to be returning to a face-to-face event format.

In partnership with Global Victoria and the Victorian Department of Education, EduTECH brings together the entire education lifecycle and hosts 10,000+ education and training professionals under one roof over two days to learn, debate, exchange ideas, be inspired and network.

Expo Highlights

The free to attend EduTECH Expo encompasses 12,000 square metres of space that hosts 250+ market leaders.

Not only can attendees participate in exclusive expo floor educational seminars but they’re also able to walk the expo floor to explore and evaluate the latest products, services and technologies from exhibitors such as Clevertouch, Corsair Solutions, Superloop CyberHound, Juniper Networks, Lego Education, Lenovo, Adobe, Aruba, Canvas, Class Technologies, IG3 Education, Lark Industries, Modern Teaching Aids, RMIT Training, ASI Solutions, Schoolbox, VEX Robotics, Azendian Solutions, Jamf, Tes and many more!

View more sponsors and exhibitors here.

Why attend the Expo?

  • Attend free product demonstrations.
  • Evaluate and test emerging tech side-by-side.
  • Connect with hundreds of suppliers who are on hand to answer questions and help you.
  • Get expert advice on specific challenges you’re facing whether from a supplier, consultant, colleague or competitor, everyone is in attendance.

Conference Highlights:

The paid conference offers quality professional development and features 12 multi-streamed conferences, seven training forums and 15 practical breakout seminars. Learn from some of the industry’s brightest minds sharing insights on school leadership, school teaching, digital technologies, school ICT management and learning spaces. As well as thought-provoking and interactive sessions led by Apple, Microsoft, Google for Education and EduGrowth.

The agenda covers critical changes such as the new curriculum, partnering with business, cyber security essentials for students and teachers alike, micro-credentials, ed-tech to assist learning, as well as invigilation and assessment. Plus, tech to assist teachers with workload and reporting, how creativity and tech can co-exist, how to keep students engaged, STEM, citizen science, learning spaces, integration of indigenous history, new funding models, wellbeing and so much more!

View the agenda here.

Our speaker line-up is packed with 300+ presenters from leading institutions discussing stimulating topics such as:

  1. Digital for good: rethinking our relationship with technology in a post-covid world – Richard Culatta, Chief Executive Officer, International Society for Technology in Education.
  2. Overview of all the changes in curriculum – David de Carvalho, Chief Executive Officer, ACARA.
  3. Highlighting the core changes in the digital curriculum 2022: cyber, data and privacy – Dr James Curran, Chief Executive Officer and Director, Grok Academy.
  4. Planning for growth: how the Victorian government plans schools for new communities – Lisel Thomas, Principal Planner, Victorian Department of Education & Training.
  5. Caught in the act: The value of video capture in assessing complex skills – Catherine McClellan, Deputy Chief Executive Officer (Assessment), Australian Council for Educational Research.
  6. Hands-on learning inspiring students into STEM – Scott Sleap, STEM Project Advisor 7 – 12 | Curriculum Secondary Learners, Educational Standards Directorate, NSW Department of Education.
  7. Influence through partnership, not power: winning over your executive team – Leigh Williams, Head of Information Technology Services, CIO, Brisbane Catholic Education.
  8. The changing face of pedegogy. blackboards to bee-bots – Winner of the Global Teacher Prize Rebecca West, Assistant Principal: Curriculum & Instruction, Bonnyrigg Public School.
  9. How tech is shaping creativity, creative writing and literature – Up close and personal with Andy Griffith – Andy Griffiths, Author, Australia’s most popular children’s author.
  10. Working towards & maintaining whole-school wellbeing – Dr Michael Carr-Gregg, Psychologist.

View all speakers here.

Why attend the Conference?

  • Be inspired, motivated and, advance your knowledge.
  • Listen to insightful keynotes from world renowned thought-leaders.
  • Get practical advice from experts on how to improve your teaching and training.
  • Earn qualified PD.
  • Open your mind to new concepts, ideas, and solutions.
  • Gather information about new technologies, methodologies, policies, and opportunities.

Want to attend?

For tickets and more information, please visit the EduTECH website. Enter the code EM20 for a special reader’s delegate pass discount of 20% off.

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