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Melbourne Convention &

Exhibition Centre

Expo & Conferences 20 - 21 March 2019


Masterclasses 19 March 2019

Shaping the EARN

Future of PD POINTS

Australia’s
Schools
3000+ educators
120+ speakers
6 conferences
7 masterclasses
1 GIANT exhibition

Brought to you by

www.futureschools.com.au
WHAT IS
NATIONAL FUTURESCHOOLS?
SPEAKERS
Jordan Nguyen, Suzy Urbaniak, Dr Andrew Fuller, Vanessa Pirotta,
The National FutureSchools Expo and Conference is the largest event for K-12 schools, held at the Melbourne Innovator, Geoscience Educator Psychologist, Marine-biologist, whale
Visionary, Inventor, – Geologist & Core Author, Fellow, snot collector, drone
Convention & Exhibition Centre, attracting over 3000 educators from across Australia and New Zealand. This Psykinetic Coordinator, University of operator, science
event features 7 pre-event masterclasses (19 March), leading into 6 parallel conferences running alongside a Kent Street Senior Melbourne educator,
High School Macquarie University
central exhibition (20 & 21 March).
Felicity Furey, James Curran, Julie Lindsay, Chris Clay, Founder,
It is the sister event of EduTECH - the largest education event in the Southern Hemisphere and APAC region. Founder, Director Australian Global Educator, Education Unleashed
Power of Computing Innovator,
Engineering Academy, Teacherpreneur,
The National FutureSchools Expo and Conference is a combination of inspiration, thought-leadership and practical The University of Author,
Sydney Flat Connections
take-backs for Principals and their executive teams, plus classroom teachers (especially computer science
teachers) and curriculum leaders, as well as ICT directors and coordinators. Claire Amos, Ken Purnell, Rebecca West, Jocelyn Brewer,
Principal, Professor of Assistant Principal, Teacher &
Albany Senior High Education, Bonnyrigg Public Psychologist, Creator
Attendance at the National FutureSchools Expo and Conference gives you up to 7 hours of teacher identified pd School CQUniversity School of Digital Nutrition™,
Cyberpsychology
each full day. Researcher

In 2019, we are pleased to announce the addition of 2 NEW conferences: Paul Hamilton, Nic Newling, John Collier, Nicola Flanagan,
Head of Learning Mental Health Head of School, St Head of Innovation,
• Build.ICT - designed for IT and ICT Directors and Managers, focusing on strategies and unique delivery Technology, Advocate, The Andrew’s Cathedral Oakleigh State School
methods of day to day ICT operations and innovative implementation of class technology to support student Matthew School of Life School
Flinders Anglican Project
learning College
• Digital Technologies Curriculum - designed as a forum for K-12 teachers to collaborate and engage with
Anna Davidson, Bek Duyckers, Dan Haesler, Doug Thomas,
fellow teachers who are doing great work in pushing STEM, computational thinking and coding beyond the Head of Junior Head of Educator and Principal,
classroom School Library, Imaginarium, Writer, Claremont College
Carey Baptist Perth College Cut Through
Grammar Coaching &
Why should you attend? School Consulting

Anna Kinnane, Simon Dodd, Anthony Semann, Zeina Chalich, Leader of


• Choose from 6 conferences all designed to tackle a different element of the future school Project Manager Senior Clinical Director, Learning Technologies
• Tailor-make your own experience and learn what you want to know about – one conference tickets gives you Digital Strategies, Advisor, Semann & Slattery & Innovation,
access to ALL conferences Queensland HEADSPACE Santa Sabina College
College of Strathfield, Co-Founder
• Earn teacher identified pd Teachers #aussieED
• Access the very best speakers from Australia and around the world
Daniel Donahoo, Tonia Gray, Senior Rob Flavell, Nicky Ringland,
• Join over 3000 attendees and share your ideas, successes and challenges President, Researcher, Centre President, Computer Education
• Subsidised registration costs making this an accessible investment Rangeview for Educational Victorian ICT Specialist,
Preschool Research, Network for Australian Computing
• See what’s on offer and save time by meeting with suppliers in one place, at one time Western Sydney Education Academy
University
6 Conferences to choose from:
Lani Brockwell, John Hamilton, Daniel Birch, Amanda Hogan,
Teacher, Director, Principal, Computing Education
• Principals/Deputy Principals/Executive • Heads of ICT, ICT Directors/Managers Wilderness School Technology And Hobsonville Specialist,
Teams Build.ICT • Heads of Technology Analysis, Point Primary Australian Computing
• Heads of Department/Year Heads • Directors of Innovation Mt St Michael’s School Academy
• ICT Directors/Leaders of ICT strategy • Cyber Security Specialists/IT Security College
A strategic look at the future of Supporting ICT management in Managers
education • Teachers building the schools of the future
Dianne Carter, Danielle Cavill, Daniel Chapman, Leanne Cameron,
Principal, Tas Head of Technical Manager, Lecturer, Design, Digital
Waterford West Department, Corpus Christi And Technologies
Digital • Principals/Deputy Principals State School Ravenswood College Education,
Technologies • Teachers Inclusive
Curriculum • ICT Integrators/Facilitators Education • Teachers School for Girls, Southern Cross
Conference Conference Gordon University
• ICT Managers and Directors • Special Ed Needs (SEN) Coodinators
Preparing teachers for the Digital • Computing Teachers • Learning Support Officiers
Developing a school for all, no • School Councillors/Psychologists/ Jackie Child, Michelle Chomiak, Adam Cole, Tara Cooke, Assistant
Technologies Curriculum, coding • STEM teachers
child left behind Therapists Teacher Librarian, Digital Technologies Science Principal (relieving)
and robotics St Aidan’s Teacher & Coach, Coordinator, and Stage 2 Teacher,
Anglican Girls’ Department of Sacred Heart McCallums Hill PS
School Education College
• Yrs 3-12 teachers • K-2 teachers
• Principals/Deputy Principals • Principals/Deputy Principals
• Curriculum leaders and Head teachers Rory Critchley, Paulo da Silva, Rebecca Dao, Berin Denham,
• Stage and year coordinators in the
• STEM teachers Digital Technologies STEM Facilitator, Deputy Principal, Innovation Lead,
Using emerging tech / teaching A holistic technological view at K-2 foundation years
• IT and Network Managers Specialist, The Gordon Ingleburn Public Australian Government
with emerging tech / teaching learning and teaching practices Joondalup School Department of
about emerging tech • Elearning Coodinators
Education Support Education & Training
Centre

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SPEAKERS
Anna Powrie, Ragnar Purje, Mogana Ramasamy, Simon Maizels,
Assistant Principal, Adjunct Lecturer, ICT Specialist Director, Integration
Everglade School of Education Teacher, Fremantle Competency Centre,
School and the Arts, College Information Technology
CQUniversity Directorate

Laura Bain, Head Graeme Green, Andrea Christie- Trevor Clark,
of Digital Learning Principal, Ingleburn David, Director, National Director, Julie Robinson, Lisa Rodgers, Perry Rush, Chantelle Sansness,
and Innovation, Public School Relationships Aspect Research & Project Coordinator, Chief Executive Principal, Peter Doherty STEM
The Springfield Australia Senior Education Digital Access Officer, Australian Hastings Award Recipient 2018
Anglican College NSW Consultant, Autism Program, Institute for Intermediate | Coach & Classroom
Spectrum Australia The Smith Teaching and School Teacher, Oakleigh State
Family School Leadership School
Benjamin Malcolm Elliott, Anthony England, Michelle Falzon,
Eilenberg, Teacher President, Innovative Teacher and College Kathryn Sapsford, Evan Savage, Lisa Squire, Anthony Speranza,
/ STEM/Robotics Tasmanian Technologies Connections Leader, Teacher, Principal, Deputy Principal, ICT Learning & Teaching
Coordinator, Principals Director, Catholic Regional Wilkins Public Armstrong Creek Hobsonville Leader,
Silverton Primary Association Pymble Ladies College School School Point Primary St. Mark’s Primary
School College School School

Michael Emma Fowler, Matt Fyfield, Alexander Goldsworthy,


Fitzsimmons, Learning Teacher, Mazenod Learning Technologies Melise Sutton, Loren Swancutt, Rachel Taylor, Amanda Third,
Assistant Principal, Coordinator, College Coach, Principal, Head of Inclusive RTO Manager, Principal Research
Newtown Public Nazareth Catholic Caulfield Grammar Margaret Schooling, Mackillop Catholic Fellow, Institute for
School College School Jurd College Department of College Culture & Society,
Education Western Sydney
University
Ajoy Ghosh, Gemma Goodyear, Catherine Green, Vicky Booth,
Director, Principal, St Deputy Head Director, Autism Hub, Sarah Tirtilas, Melinda Van Mr Paul Watson, Luke Youman,
Alcheme John’s Catholic of Primary, St Disability & Inclusion Teacher, Der Reest, Vice Principal, Year 1 Teacher,
Primary School Andrew’s Anglican Branch, Department Carey Baptist Senior Education Mater Dei College Bishop Tyrrell Anglican
College Of Education And Grammar Consultant College
Training School Early Life
Foundations
Julie Green, Susan Grieshaber, Michael Ha, Dr Kate Highfield,
Executive Director, Professor of Elearning Leader, Lecturer, Institute Prof. Linda Graham, David Cramb,
Raising Children Education, La Trobe Hillcrest Christian of Early Childhood, Research Group Principal,
Network University College Macquarie University Leader, School of Woongoolba State
Early Childhood and School
Inclusive Education,
QUT
Cheryl Mangan, Jane Hunter, Michael Kasumovic, Eleni Kyritsis, Leader of

ADVISORY BOARD
Manager, Research Senior Lecturer, Associate Digital Technology and
Translation, Autism University of Professor, UNSW Innovation, Strathcona
CRC Technology Baptist Girls Grammar
Sydney School

Joe Haig, Director Sandra Hesterman, Dr Terja Lange, Jessica Lonard, Head Of
Of ICT, Belmont Senior Lecturer ICT Manager, Library And Information Dianne Jickell, Gil Poznanski, Dr Nicky Ringland,
Christian College & Director Goodnews Lutheran Services, Saint Ignatius Chief Advisor, Creative Technologist, Computer Education
Early Childhood College College
AITSL (Australian The Kosher Tony Stark Specialist,
Education, Murdoch
University Institute for Teaching Australian Computing
and School Leadership) Academy
Emma Lord, Digital John Robinson, Kim Maksimovic, Angus Humphries,
Learning Leader, Principal, Information Learning Area Leader
Wenona School Everglade School Technology of Senior Humanities,
Integrator, Pymble Caulfield Grammar
Simon Maizels, Director, Amanda Hogan, Nicola O’Brien,
Ladies College School Integration Competency Computing Education Computing Education
Centre, Specialist, Specialist,
Department of Australian Computing Australian Computing
Sue Mclaren, Greg Miller, Rachel Minns, Raul Moizao, Education NSW Academy Academy
Project Principal, Prep Teacher, Head of Learning
coordinator, Animal St Luke’s Catholic Oakleigh State Technology,
Fun College School Haileybury Rendall
School Dennis Yarrington, Jocelyn Brewer, Tim Perkins,
President, Teacher & Senior Associate,
Bronwyn Moreton, Judi Newman, Mike O’Connor, Robyn Bessell, Director Australian Primary Psychologist, Creator Cut Through Coaching
ICT Integrator, Director, The Place Principal, of Middle Years, Mount Principals Association of Digital Nutrition™, & Consulting
Ravenswood Neuroleadership Upper Coomera Carmel College Cyberpsychology
Academy State College Researcher

Rebecca West,

Thank you to our incredible advisory


Gil Poznanski, Tim Perkins, Sophie Poisel, Maria Pedavoli, Assistant Principal,
Creative Senior Associate, Innovation Career’s Advisor/ Bonnyrigg Public
Technologist, Cut Through Leader, Emanuel Pathways and
Maker, and Teacher,
The Kosher Tony
Coaching &
Consulting
School Partnerships Learning
Advisor, Mary MacKillop
School
board who helped to shape the program.
Stark College Wakeley

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7 PRE-EVENT 19 March 2019 Masterclass D
Neuro-Developmental Differentiation - The science of effective differentation

MASTERCLASSES
National FutureSchools masterclasses, held on 19 March 2019, put you in the classroom with the world’s foremost education
Dr Andrew Fuller
Psychologist,
Neuro-developmental differentiation (NDD) takes
our knowledge on resilience and positive education
into classrooms where it can make the most
difference. One of the most powerful ways to build
resilience is teach students how to be successful
Who Should Attend?
• Principals
• Teachers
• Heads of Department
• Parents
and school management thought leaders. Author, Fellow, learners. Join this masterclass that is based on
University of neuroscience, NDD, which looks at which parts
Take your skills to the next level with these hands-on, deep dive workshops that explore topics and teaching techniques that Melbourne of learners’ brains are developed as strengths
are revolutionising education delivery and school administration practices. and which are yet to develop and explores ways
to utilise learning strengths to overcome or
Numbers are strictly limited for the masterclasses and sell-out every year, so book early to guarantee your spot! supplement areas that are yet to develop.

Masterclass A Masterclass E
STEAM/Maker Bootcamp - The Time For Fun Learning Is Now Student Wellbeing & Video Games: New Ideas And Approaches To Supporting Students
Gil Poznanski Learn about STEAM activation, teaching, and Who Should Attend? Simon Dodd
Ivan Davies Daniel Donahoo
Creative building a community within a peer to peer • Teachers Senior Clinical Advisor,
Social Play and Consultant,
Technologist, learning environment, looking at engagement • Principals Headspace National
Community, Alannah & Madeline
Maker, and and empowering the next generation to not only • Science specialists Youth Mental Health
Riot Games Foundation
Teacher, to create using technology, but allowing them • STEAM integrators Foundation
The Kosher Tony the freedom to use this technology to express • Makers
themselves both within and outside the future Join 3 leaders in exploring how we can foster a deeper connection (relationships) with students to help set them up
Stark
employment sector. to meet the challenges of life to become capable and confident learners. This workshop gives teachers the skills and
knowledge to recognise and support students’ well-being by connecting and understanding the context of students’
lives and focusing on the beliefs and attitudes that underpin their behaviours.
Masterclass B Who Should Attend?
Conquering The Icecap: A Neuroleadership Perspective • School leadership teams • Teachers (Secondary)
• Lead and Senior teachers • Health & Well-being coordinators

Join this masterclass to gain an understanding on Who Should Attend?


the latest psychology, education and neuroscience • System leaders
Masterclass F
Judi Newman research and where they intersect to inform best • Principals
Director,
The Digital Technologies Curriculum: From Conception to Realisation
leadership practice. Understand how the brain • Deputy Principals
The Place maximises reward and minimises threat, is a • Heads of Departments Anna Kinnane Chantelle Sansness
Neuroleadership dopamine seeking machine and how this impacts • Heads of Curriculum Nicola Flanagan
Project Manager Peter Doherty STEM Award
Academy on behaviour and learn how to influence, motivate • Lead teachers Head of Innovation,
(Digital Strategies), Recipient, 2018 Coach and
and inspire others to engage, cooperate, connect • Inspiring leaders Oakleigh State
Professional Classroom Teacher,
and collaborate. School
Standards Oakleigh State School
Attend this workshop with your school team to plan for an implementation of the Digital Technologies Curriculum at your
Masterclass C school. Understand the big picture of this curriculum and the steps that need to be taken to empower your learners to
Navigating School Transformation: Understanding The Why, What and How of School become creators of digital solutions.

Wide Transformation Who Should Attend?


• Principals and School Leaders • Classroom Teachers
Attend this masterclass to find out how to navigate Who Should Attend? • Curriculum Leaders • Coaches and support personnel
Claire Amos school transformation – whether it be redesigning • Principals/Deputies/
Principal, the classroom, transforming your school or Assistant Principals Masterclass G
Albany Senior digitising education, this is your one-stop-shop • Middle Leaders
High School on getting started in your school. Understand • Teachers Habits of Mind - Developing Strong and Positive Learning Habits
why schools need to change and gain practical Michelle Falzon The world of young people continues to evolve. Who Should Attend?
strategies for planning and making change happen. Teacher It’s shaped by the complexities of social, physical • Teachers/ Educators
Miranda Makin and College and economic environments that have helped • Principals
Acting Principal, Connections enhance and hinder individual personal growth. • Parents
Albany Senior Leader, Young people themselves are changing too. • Students
High School Catholic Regional The development stages of adolescents can be
College challenging and confronting.

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6 CONFERENCES
DAY ONE
OPENING PLENARY 20 March 2019

OFFICIAL CONFERENCE OPENING - DAY ONE OPENING ADDRESS BY CONFERENCE CHAIR

8:50 - 9:00
WELCOME TO COUNTRY
Uncle Allen John Madden, Board member, Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council

7 PRE-EVENT Awe-inspiring and thought-provoking: Prepare to be entertained,


educated and have your minds stretched
A truly inspirational
MASTERCLASSES • The mastermind behind the world renowned mind-controlled

9:00 - 9:40
communicator, Don’t
smart wheelchair for people with high-level physical
miss Jordan’s session
disability, Dr Jordan Nguyen explores the most extraordinary
as he presents on
breakthroughs in our understanding of the human brain.
120+ WORLD-CLASS • Explore all things futuristic and life-changing inclusive
technology and the
power of the mind.

1
EDUCATORS technologies and humanity
Jordan Nguyen, Founder, Psykinetic

A CoRE learning journey #therealclassroom


• The case for turning school students into real scientists.

9:40 - 10:00
Suzy is a one-woman
• Re-think how STEAM programs are formed
whirlwind wanting to
• Define clear deliverables and navigate roadblocks along the
‘blow up’ the Australian

GIANT
way
education system
Suzy Urbaniak, Geoscience Educator – Geologist & Core
Coordinator, Kent Street Senior High School

FREE EXPO
Latest research findings in brain based learning in children:
implications for teaching Andrew Fuller’s
• Neuro-developmental differentiation takes our knowledge on presentations

10:00 - 10:20
resilience and positive education into classrooms are informative,
• Explore different parts of the brain - strengths and areas for educational and
development grounded, ensuring
• Developing individual learning plans and identifying strengths every audience member
and blockages feels equipped to
Andrew Fuller, Psychologist, Author, Fellow, University of handle mental health
Melbourne
FREE
To infinity and beyond
SEMINARS • Exploring the future with all it’s wicked problems and Chris is a leader in

10:20 - 10:40
opportunities educational leadership,
• Future-focussed education - what it is and what we want it to entrepreneurial
be thinking, real-world
• Delve into the future role of education and what this might learning and complexity
mean for your school and community theory.
Chris Clay, Founder, Education Unleashed (NZ)
10:40

MORNING TEA

EARN
TEACHER IDENTIFIED PD
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DAY ONE
20 March 2019
CONFERENCES DAY ONE
20 March 2019
CONFERENCES
Future Leaders Digital Technologies Curriculum ClassTECH Young Learners Inclusive Education Build.ICT
Government helping educators Computational thinking development For the love of evolution, please bring Leading self in the early years in order to “Inclusion’s too hard”: Dealing with the Governance for the school’s CIO/ICT
• Navigating government through digital technologies smartphones to the classroom! lead educational change: Stories of hope, easy stuff to make space for the hard stuff Director
• Problem solving with government • Future jobs perspectives and the • An understanding of science and the love and unlearning • An exploration of teachers’ attitudes • The “governance of technology” versus
Berin Denham, Innovation Lead, importance of Computational Thinking processes that questions how the • How might a re-imagining of leadership towards implementation of inclusive
11:20 - 11:40

11:20 - 11:40
“technology governance”
Department of Education and Training • Computational Thinking development world functions shift a culture of change within an education and associated practices, like • Minium viable compliance - the safety
– how to • The importance and understanding educational setting differentiation barrier that guides appropriate risk-
• Application and differentiation of the scientific process through short • How could leader and follower • The concept of inclusion and taking and innovation
Raul Moizao, Head of Learning digital experiences using games relationships be enhanced through differentiation “too hard” • 3 key areas for 2019/2020 horizon
Technology, Haileybury Rendall School Associate Prof. Michael Kasumovic, dismantling of old definitions relating Prof. Linda Graham, Research Group
Ajoy Ghosh, Director, Alcheme
Founder, Arludo Games to these roles Leader, School of Early Childhood and
Anthony Semann, Director & Researcher, Inclusive Education | Faculty of Education,
Semann & Slattery QUT

Getting your school ConnectED Play, discover, experiment, create, build Practical ways to use AI in the classroom Digital Technologies and threshold Inclusive School Reform: From theory to Three Schools of Thought - Data
• Breaking down the barriers between and program robots to learn coding to Improve student engagement and concepts practice Management
school, community and the world of • How robotics provides students learning • Identifying powerful opportunities for • Unpacking school-level design, • An exploration of three different data
work with practical hands-on learning • Opportunities for AI to impact learning implementation and leadership management approaches adopted by
11:40 - 12:00

11:40 - 12:00
Claire Amos, Principal, Albany Senior experiences education • Examining threshold concepts in processes that support successful and three different schools
High School • Using robots to engage and challenge • Chatbots and the ‘Art Of Conversation’ transforming understandings that sustainable inclusive school reform • How to achieve system interoperability
students to become ‘thinkers’ • Resources/tools for students to learn learners need to be able to progress • Bridging the gap between inclusive • How to make data work for you (and
• Practical ideas of selecting and about AI and Machine Learning • Applying threshold concepts to the schooling theory and practice your school)
incorporating robots to engage Paul Hamilton, Head of Learning use of digital technologies in early • Insight into authentic inclusive Rob Flavell, President, Victorian ICT
students in learning to code Technology, Matthew Flinders Anglican childhood classrooms as a way of classrooms Network for Education (VINE) and Head of
Jackie Child, Junior School Technologies College exploring their potential Loren Swancutt, Head of Inclusive Critical Thinking, ELTHAM College
Coordinator, St Aidan’s Anglican Girls’ Susan Grieshaber, Professor, La Trobe Schooling, Department of Education
School University (Queensland)

Managing change fatigue Micro:bit projects for integrated Digital The six minute rule, attention spans, and Making the connection: Motor skills and Developing a school culture of ‘Learning Cyber safety in schools
• Managing change best practice Technologies other realities of YouTube mental health in the early years for all’ through Universal Design for • The difference between cyber security
• Change fatigue, what is it? • Demos of engaging and extendable • The ‘experimentally proven’ principles • Exploring the shift from play based Learning in an inclusive setting and cyber safety
• Avoiding change fatigue in schools projects that can be run for Years 3 to of video design and use curriculum to academic achivement • The development of a positive school • Explore the security and safety
12:00 - 12:20

12:00 - 12:20
Paul Watson, Vice President, Mater Dei 10 • The classroom realities that throw • The importance of motor development culture through implementation of implications in a school environment
College, WA • Describing how these projects are doubt on a few of these in the early years in the role of future Universal Design and learning for all • Learn how to educate children about
scoped to plan for differentiation in the • What we end up with in terms of academic achievement and overall within flexible learning spaces cyber safety
classroom trustworthy best practice mental health • What has worked and what were
• Live-coding Matt Fyfield, Teacher & Researcher PhD Sue McLaren, Research Coordinator, some of the challenges faced in the
Nicky Ringland, Computer Education Candidate, Mazenod College Curtin University establishment of a new inclusive
Specialist, Australian Computing Academy school model
Evan Savage, Principal, Armstrong Creek
School

Wonderings that has driven this work: From inspiration to innovation Making and the Peer to Peer experience Engaging parents in conversations on Engagement strategies for diverse The importance of cyber security in
Why are teachers leaving the profession? • Explore ways to develop innovative • Opening students and educators to children’s screen practices: a window into learners and innovative approaches to schools
• A high number of disillusioned and authentic learning projects fuelled innovating and creating through the teacher-ready resources provide for the needs of students in both • An understanding of the importance of
teachers by empathy STEAM and Maker culture • Examine the drivers for Australian affluent and impoverished communities cyber security in general

12:20 - 12:40
12:20 - 12:40

• Why are graduate teachers finishing • Walk away with practical ways to • Discover how to empower your parents’ search for reliable information • Engagement strategies for diverse • Cyber security and children: how
university yet choosing to do casual embed and extend learning projects students in the classroom to take on the topic of screen use by young learners and innovative approaches to to make it fun and increase student
relief teaching? using emerging technologies chances and learn through doing children shift mindset engagement and knowledge
• Why do teachers within 5 years leave Zeina Chalich, Leader of Learning Gil Poznanski, Creative Technologist, • Explore the important role educators • Toolkit of successful approaches in • Technical menors and teachers
the profession? & Innovation, Santa Sabina College Maker & Teacher, The Kosher Tony Stark play in helping parents navigate the providing for the needs of students Owen Pierce, Program Director, National
Gemma Goodyear, Principal, St John Strathfield, Co-Founder #aussieED digital world of their children and how in both affluent and impoverished Workforce Development, AustCyber
Primary School to utilise quality resources communities
Associate Prof. Julie Green, Executive Perry Rush, Principal, Hastings
Director, Raising Children Network Intermediate School (NZ)
12:40

12:40

LUNCH LUNCH

DAY ONE BREAKOUTS DAY ONE BREAKOUTS


SEMINARS & ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS SEMINARS & ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS
DETAILS ON PAGE 12 DETAILS ON PAGE 12

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DAY ONE BREAKOUTS
Take your pick from an expert seminar or a session of interactive roundtables. These sessions will be running concurrently so delegates
have the choice to design their own agenda. DAY ONE
Seminars
These are short but intensive 90 minute seminars hosted by industry experts. Take a deep dive into topics covering STEM, Mathematics and
neuroscience.

CLOSING PLENARY 20 March 2019
Roundtables
Running in 3 rotations for 30 minutes, delegates will have the opportunity to pre-select the tables they would like to attend ahead of the CLOSING PLENARY
event. With 3 rotations available, there is something for everyone allowing you to tailor the content to suit your interests.

Visit the conference website to register and for more details. Critical and creative thinking from real world examples Felicity has inspired
thousands of students

15:30 - 15:50
• How to teach your students to think creatively
• Educating students how to learn by deduction across Australia into
SEMINARS • Critical thinking and problem solving for the 21st century engineering and enabled
• How can business and education sectors work together to fix them to answer the
the skills gap shortage question ‘why am I learning
Designing a space for STEM: It’s not Mathematics is the true language of Neuro-developmental differentiation: this in maths class?’
Felicity Furey, Director, Power of Engineering
rocket science science Building resilience in the classroom

With STEM incorporating so many different For students to achieve success in Based on neuroscience, NDD looks at “While humans are
activities, how do you successfully create STEM, they require a strong foundation which parts of learners’ brains are natural born teachers, to
one dedicated space that allows students in mathematics. While a traditional developed as strengths and which are Innovative PD in Educational Neuroscience for schools be a professional teacher

15:50 - 16:10
to make, create, construct, collaborate and approach to teaching maths served the yet to develop. It then looks at ways to • Knowing and combating neuromyths
learn? needs of some students, many were bored utilise learning strenghts to overcome or with significant expertise
• Sharing with teachers and students relevant and contemporary requires considerable
or left behind. Now, over 250 schools supplement areas that are yet to develop. neuroscientific findings in learning, memory, neurobiology
Bring your ideas and lots of enthusiasm, have adopted an innovative approach to knowledge and skill in key
and Educational Neuroscience to improve wellness and areas such as teaching
as we share our insights and you design maths education where students have
the STEM space in our fun and interactive agency over their learning and teachers achievement (especially pedagogy)” -
workshop. are making data-informed, high impact Prof. Ken Purnell, Professor of Education, CQUniversity Australia Prof. Purnell. Get ready to
teaching choices. Discover some of the be inspired!
highly effective, straightforward classroom
practices drawn from evidence and
research and see how you can easily apply Stop counting digital calories: Beyond screentime and the case In 2013, Jocelyn
these in your own classroom. for virtual vitamins introduced Digital

16:10 - 16:30
• Practical ways of thinking beyond screentime Nutrition, an award-
Matt Diener, Country Manager Australia, Luke D’Astoli, Former Teacher, School Andrew Fuller,
• Thinking about the possible virtual vitamins within digital winning framework for
Furnware Consultant, Maths Pathway Psychologist, Author, teaching the principles
content
14:00 - 15:30

Fellow, of a healthy, balanced


Sponsored by Sponsored by University of Melbourne • Young people’s relationship to technology and their online
worlds relationship with
Jocelyn Brewer, Teacher & Psychologist, Digital Nutrition technology.

High possibility STEM classrooms in Australian schools


ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS - 3 x 25 MINUTE SESSIONS
• This panel discussion will showcase examples from an
Engaging your key innovative school-university partnership where classroom
Engaging vulnerable and teachers at three primary schools used a pedagogical
stakeholders in embracing What schools can learn from How to make great educational
disengaged students with framework for teacher and student learning in STEM and
change through curriculum home schools video content

16:30 - 16:55
learning
design STEAM
Dr Jane Hunter, STEM Education Futures Research Centre,
Busting myths with social University of Technology Sydney
BYOD vs school provided Getting things done - The art of Decision making in the face of Tara Cooke, Classroom teacher and (relieving) Assistant Principal,
media and building
devices stress-free productivity adversity/opportunity
communities McCallums Hill Public School
Michael Fitzsimmons, NSW Department of Education, Newtown
Public School
Engaging disengaged students Wellbeing and cultural change Leading transformation and Kathryn Sapsford, NSW Department of Education, Wilkins Public
Social justice in the early years
through outdoor education in Australian schools change in an era of disruption School
17:00 16:55

What is the future in


mathematics teaching? Is The digital transformation of
Providing opportunities for Challenging the status quo - CHAIR’S CLOSING REMARKS
success with Aboriginal and Following the student with no
algorithmic thinking the new an entire school network
Torres Strait Islander students framework
black?
NETWORKING DRINKS

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DAY TWO
NATIONAL FUTURESCHOOLS OPENING PLENARY 21 March 2019

Event Networking

9:00
DAY TWO OPENING ADDRESS BY CONFERENCE CHAIR

The Global Collaborator Mindset


• What are the dispositions, behaviours and pedagogical

App Platform
practices educators must develop for online global
collaborative learning? As an online learning

9:10 - 9:30
• What does a school need to do to prepare learners for specialist, Julie has led
future workplace challenges of virtual communication and digital innovation in
collaboration that require intercultural understanding, global K-12 schools across six
competency and digital fluency? countries.
• Learn how you can adopt a global collaborator mindset to
The National FutureSchools mobile app is your digital showguide & implement online global collaborative learning environments
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Search for specific solutions or products of interest • Goal setting
Vanessa Pirotta, Marine-biologist, whale snot collector, drone
whale health. See how you
can utilise new technology
operator, science educator, Macquarie University
Navigate around the event using the digital maps/floorplans in your classroom.

Learn from Amanda’s


Receive live updates throughout the event Young+Digital: Notes from the field research on the social and
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9:50 - 10:10
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practices, focusing on
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Digital Technologies.
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CONFERENCES DAY TWO
21 March 2019
CONFERENCES
Future Leaders Digital Technologies Curriculum ClassTECH Young Learners Inclusive Education Build.ICT
Gone Rogue: An educational revolution Getting started with digital technologies Augmented reality in the classroom A Campaign to optimise play-based With teachers for teachers: Developing Digital Transformation
happens when we transform together in the primary context • Understand what augmented reality is learning in the early years of schooling classroom-based resources and a • What is digital transformation?
• Is there something amiss with our • How to get yourself up to speed as a • How and where could AR and VR fit • Perceptions of children’s play: the community of practice to support • Explore the various transformation
educational system?  teacher into the curriculum? cornerstone of early childhood students on the spectrum stages
11:10 - 11:30

• How has education transformed over • Practical ideas and general resources • Practical classroom examples and how education or leaving learning to • The Diverse Learners Hub (DLH) is an • The pros, the cons and the future
the past three decades and what are for K-6 to tutorials using AR app HP Reveal chance? e-learning platform and community for Paul Shetler, Technologist, Entrepreneur

11:20 - 11:40
the lessons learnt? • How to manage the overlap with ICT Sarah Tirtilas, Year 4 Classroom Teacher, • Actioning a campaign to raise public teachers that facilitates the efficient and Adviser
• What role does the voice of an engaged General Capabilities and CyberSafety Carey Baptist Grammar School awareness about the importance of and effective transfer of evidence-
teaching community play in enacting Michelle Chomiak, Digital Technologies play in children’s lives based programs and practices into
change? Teacher & Coach, Department of • A vision for a government-led play schools
Tonia Gray, Associate Professor, Education strategy to ensure play-based learning • The research and co-design process,
University of Western Sydney is a life-enhancing daily experience for and a working prototype of the
all our children resulting teacher-focused platform will
Joyful teachers Teaching computational thinking and Bringing ideas to life in 3D Dr Sandra Hesterman, Senior Lecturer be presented, ahead of launch in 2019
• Share our journey of embedding coding with Scratch • Introduction: context, creativity, & Director Early Childhood Education, Cheryl Mangan, Manager, Research
positive psychology into the Early • Understanding the wide curriculum ideation and Augmented Reality Murdoch University Western Australia Translation, Autism CRC
Career Teacher Induction program links and applications to Computer • How students can bring their ideas to
• Importance of Early Career Teachers Science and Digital Technologies in the life in Paint 3D (native to Windows) Personalised and holistic learning and A change in focus – utilising the strengths The pros and cons of BYOD
professional learning focusing on Australian Curriculum • Using the Mixed Reality Viewer to see pedagogy and abilities of twice-exceptional (2e) • The advantage and disadvantages of
11:30 - 11:50

personal wellbeing to enhance • Scratch as a powerful coding and creations in the real world (AR) • Provide underpinning theory and students in educational programs to BYOD
resilience and longevity in the solutions platform for junior and Laura Bain, Head of Digital Learning and practical strategies on how to improve post-school outcomes • The story of a school who implemented
Innovation, The Springfield Anglican implement a play-based pedagogy • An operational definition of twice- BYOD... and then removed it!

11:30 - 11:50
profession middle years
• Strategies to build professional • Educator resources and examples to College • A case study on the implementation of exceptionality (2e) Paul Barton, Head of Information
positive mindsets and enhance teach Computer Science in a rigorous Walker Learning, a developmentally • The exceptional abilities of students on Technology, Toowoomba Grammar School
workplace enjoyment manner to meet the demands of the and culturally appropriate pedagogical the autism spectrum & Brett Sawyer, E Learning Coordinator,
Louise Barnott-Clement, Principal, curriculum approach • Explore research-based strategies for Toowoomba Grammar School
Ambarvale High School, NSW Department Anthony Speranza, Senior Leading Catherine Green, Deputy Head of the assessment and development of
of Education & Simone Arts, Head Teacher Teacher / ICT Leader, St Mark’s Primary Primary, St Andrew’s Anglican College, differentiated educational programs for
HSIE, Ambarvale High School School Queensland & Melinda Van der Reest, 2e students
Senior Consultant, Early Life Foundations Trevor Clark, Director, Autism Spectrum
Australia (Aspect)
Positive Psychology in the School Setting Python to assist vulnerable students to First steps into Virtual Reality
• An insight into a ground-breaking engage and code with purpose • Finding a suitable platform that’s Engineers, Planners and Artists: The The Department of Education and Autism The successful unification of departmental
research project being undertaken at • Understand that students are more accessible, affordable and enables both multiple skills of early years educators Hub - Building the confidence and systems
Waimairi School in Christchurch, New likely to engage when projects/tasks students and teachers to easily create • Identify why and how we have a capability of school leaders, teachers • The implementation process of unifying
Zealand. have a purpose curriculum-specific VR content responsibility to embrace STEM in and parents to improve the educational multiple systems
• The benefits of knowing and growing • Demystify the idea that coding/ • Navigating the technology choices early childhood. achievements of students with autism • Obstacles and roadblocks and how
11:50 - 12:10

• Identify the importance of • Introduction to Queensland’s they were overcome

11:50 - 12:10
an organisation’s ‘psychological capital programming is a synonym of STEM to ensure devices and the school
(psycap)’ • Problem based learning has the infrastructure can support the creation understanding the context of children’s Department of Education, Disability • Case study
• The evolution of psycap and its potential to increase student and distribution of VR content lives, the impact of parent as first and Inclusion Branch and Autism Hub’s • Tips and tricks
application and outcomes in a school engagement, confidence and literacy • Learning how to design VR content teacher and our role in working with services Daniel Chapman, Technical Manager,
setting levels using storyboards, portal and content children and parents to see the value • Including engaging and retaining Corpus Christi College
Mike Anderson, Principal, Waimairi Paulo da Silva, STEM Facilitator, The markers of STEM students with autism and empowering
School, Christchurch (NZ) Gordon Bronwyn Moreton, Senior ICT Integrator, • How to design and create experiences parents of students with autism
Ravenswood School for Girls Gordon that develop children’s understanding Vicky Booth, Director, Department of
& Danielle Cavill, TAS Coordinator, of science and scientific method Education, Disability and Inclusion
Ravenswood School for Girls Gordon Daniel Donahoo, President, Rangeview Branch, Autism Hub
Preschool
Re-writing our brains through the power Evidencing teaching practice – Digital Empower student learning with VR, AR,
of talking and verbal journaling portfolios and Geo Tools Clash of the stereotypes - Using STEM learning programs for students Blueprint for a successful culture mind
• Encourages students to explore their • Digital portfolios are a powerful tool • Authentic integration of technology technology to get kids moving with additional needs shift
values, feelings, fears & dreams using that enable teachers to document across the curriculum • SAMR: outlining an effective framework • How design process structures can • What are the causes of resistance?
for ICT integration allow students with learning difficulties Why is there a need for a cultural shift?
12:10 - 12:30

the power of storytelling and video professional growth over time and to • Showcase of tools including Google VR
12:10 - 12:30

journaling show how they meet the Australian Tour Creator, Google Expeditions, & • 21st Century Learner- Analysis of a to achieve closer to year level standard • The blueprint: Explaining ICT in layman
• Optimise the work of the school Professional Standards for Teachers Merge Cube ‘digital native’ learner • How problem solving in STEM supports terms - win the resistance
counsellors and extend the reach of • The Queensland College of Teachers • Practical lesson ideas and student • Practical Teaching strategies - ICT tools students with anxiety and self- • Case studies/examples
your resources with verbal journaling public iTunesU contains digital examples (classroom hacks) that mimic today’s regulation issues Joe Haig, Director of ICT, Belong Christian
technology portfolio templates and supporting Eleni Kyritsis, Leader of Curriculum & trends and get students moving • The benefits of a skills focused STEM College
Nic Newling, Brand Ambassador, resources Innovation, Strathcona Baptist Girls Luke Youman, Year 1 Teacher, Bishop program for students with additional
School of Life Project Anna Kinnane, Project Manager (Digital Grammar School Tyrrell Anglican College learning needs
Strategies), Professional Standards Rory Critchley, Special Needs Specialist,
Joondalup Education Support Centre

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21 March 2019
CONFERENCES DAY TWO
21 March 2019
CONFERENCES
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LUNCH LUNCH

Future Leaders Digital Technologies Curriculum ClassTECH Young Learners Inclusive Education Build.ICT

Principals Panel A Digital Technologies scope and Digital Wellbeing – A holistic, school School readiness: What parents think and Using the ‘Design Thinking’ process Success story: Going paperless with
• Strategies for school leaders to realise sequence in action approach what teachers know to enhance mainstream learning digital ink
learning improvement • Unpack the strategies used to develop • Learn about a school wide approach to • Flipping parental views on school opportunities and experiences for • In-classroom teacher and student
• How to scaffold change processes the confidence and capacity of teachers digital wellbeing that all schools can readiness students with additional needs experiences during the transition from

14:00 - 14:20
within your school • Explore engaging units that build on use to assist students with how they • The benefits of individualised learning • How to enhance learning combined ink to digital
• High performance culture the skills learnt at each year level engage with technologies programs with supporting the needs of students, • Real-life scenario example: what
Malcolm Elliott, President, Australian • Discover innovative ways to teach the • Moving schools away from a reliance • Bridging the gap between preschool parents and their external providers happened, what were the obstacles,
Primary Principals Association Digital Technologies curriculum on tokenistic approaches to digital and kindergarten • Using design thinking to create quality end result
John Collier, Principal, Claremont College Emma Fowler, Learning Coordinator, wellbeing • What overseas research tells us about learning programs and Individual John Hamilton, Director, Technology and
Mike O’Connor, Executive Principal, Nazareth Catholic College • Learn about how you can embed school readiness Education Plans Analysis, Mt St Michael’s College
Upper Coomera State College approaches to digital wellbeing in the Andrea Christie-David, Relationships Rebecca West, Assistant Principal,
Dianne Carter, Principal, Waterford West three areas – community engagement, Australia (NSW) & MD, Leor in Early Bonnyrigg Public School
14:00 - 14:20

State School curriculum and wellbeing programs Learning


David Cramb, Principal, Woongoolba State Alexander Goldsworthy, Learning
School Technologies Coach (eLearning Inclusive education in early childhood Engaging gifted students’ cognitive, Effective implementation and
Coordinator), Caulfield Grammar School • Why is inclusive education important in social, emotional and vocational domains management of 1:1 ipads in schools
the early years? through future-focused pedagogy • Devices provision – byod, or school
How to use Micro:bits to hook primary Student changemakers: Embedding • What are the outcomes of inclusive • Understand the unique characteristics distributed

14:00 - 14:20
kids into Digital Technologies Design Thinking within and beyond the education? of gifted students • Day to day management - how to
• Use block based code with BBC curriculum • Key issues that teachers need to • Understand the relationship between minimize your workload , tools, policies
microbits • Understand key concepts in Design consider in working towards inclusive the four domains in positive student and actions
• Map skills back to the Digital Thinking education in the early years? development • Making the device a tool not a toy -
Technologies Curriculum • Practical examples for embedding Dr Kathy Cologon, Senior Lecturer, Bek Duyckers, Head of Imaginarium, Perth how do you make sure the device is
• Understand how to assess and how to design thinking in K-6 Curriculum, Inclusive Education, Department of College being used for work not for play
differentiate in your classroom supporting transdisciplinary thinking Educational Studies Terja Lange, ICT Manager, Goodnews
Amanda Hogan, Computing Education and the impact of embedding Lutheran College
Specialist, Australian Computing Academy Sophie Poisel, Innovation Leader, Emanuel
School, Randwick, NSW Leaping into the wild: Exploring Re-engaing the disengaged The digital divide
innovative digital storytelling • How to recognise students with • The impacts of accessibility to the
Case Study: High performing school that Does the Australian Digital Technologies Digital Literacy through Minecraft and • Learn how to use Microsoft Sway in disabilities in your classroom internet and digital devices
asked the question: Where to now? Curriculum prepare our students to Kodu to engage students the early years to create and publish • How to make the right adjustments to • BYOD policies and the impact for

14:40 - 15:00
• The origin and momentum for the embrace their future? • Engage students in literacy online presentations enable every student to participate in disadvantaged children and young
process can be attributed to National • Determining how the current • Understanding how to implement • Discover how to develop design learning people
FutureSchools Expo technologies curriculum lays the digital literacy effectively skills to communicate and articulate • Key trauma-informed strategies and Julie Robinson, Project Coordinator,
14:40 - 15:00

• Focus on key themes that are affecting groundwork for students to be well- • Cross curriculum implementation thoughts and ideas simple tips for establishing healthy Digital Access Program, The Smith Family
education, and how schools deal with prepared for the future Ben Eilenberg, Teacher/STEM Melissa Newnham, Year 1 Teacher, The educator-student relationships
future issues • What knowledge, skills and values Coordinator, Silverton Primary School Springfield Anglican College Melise Sutton, Principal, Margaret Jurd
• Outlining a process that has been, and does the curriculum provide to ensure College
continues to be, both inclusive and we produce confident, well-rounded,
wide-ranging and thoughtful citizens?
John Robinson, Principal, Everglade Leanne Cameron, Lecturer, Design, Digital
School, NZ & Anna Powrie, Assistant and Technologies Education “A Trip in the Deep Dark Wood” – Building the world’s first school based The daily life of an inhouse ICT manager
Principal, Everglade School, NZ Gruffalos, robots and innovation in the clinic: Parent Child Interaction Therapy: • Managing conflicting issues &
early years Empowering People in Community. expectations
Planning for the future - The known and Coding and robots - Our approach A story of ‘realities’ • Supporting problem solving, creativity PCIT = EPIC • Procurement management
unknown: Change, strategic planning and • P-6 coding lessons in Digital • Reflection on the implementation of and critical thinking in Digital • PCIT is one of the most effective • The journey so far
a leadership tool-kit for disruption and Technologies classes innovative technologies Technologies in the early years program for managing emotional Mona Sidhu, ICT Coordinator, Teacher,
15:00 - 15:20

your personal well-being • Adoption of a robotics program • Practical examples of low-cost entry • Learn about the 2018 program and behavioural problems in young Jamison High School
15:00 - 15:20

• Key characteristics of ‘future school’ • Applying code to drones and robots points at Oakleigh State School which children
leadership Jason Selby, Digital Technologies, STEAM Michael Ha, Director of Digital Innovation, incorporates a Year 6 Buddy Program, • PCIT strengthens parent, school and
• Recognise and understand sources of Leader Hillcrest Christian College & eLearning our Young Innovator Program and teacher’s partnership to improve
stress and potential burn-out Lesley Wood, Digital Resources Manager, Leader, Newington College creative approaches to learning in the children’s social and academic
• Provide a personal well-being tool-kit STEAM Team classroom outcomes
and opportunities for self reflection and Laura Snow, Library and Information Graeme Green, Principal, Ingleburn Public
personal growth Manager, STEAM Team St John’s Rachel Minns, Prep Teacher, Oakleigh School & Rebecca Dao, Deputy Principal,
Doug Thomas, Principal, Claremont Frankston East State School Ingleburn Public School
College

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VISIT THE FREE EXPO MAIN STAGE SEMINARS
Not only will you be able to meet the best in-class leading solution providers, you can build your own
programme over the two days and attend as many FREE seminars as you can fit in!
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 Here’s a sample of the seminars you can attend across the two days:
technologies that are right for you, and which vendors you want to partner with.
TIME SEMINAR SESSIONS - DAY ONE TIME SEMINAR SESSIONS - DAY TWO
What will you see at the expo:
Relationship between vocational and mainstream
Creating a think tank to re-image primary education
• Teaching and learning solutions education
10:00 9:00 Rache George, Head of Campus, Geelong Grammar
• Future learning space Rachel Taylor, RTO Manager, MacKillop Catholic
School
• ClassTECH - coding, robots, drones, virtual reality College
• ICT infrastructure, Wi-Fi, Network Opening Times Designing and establishing a new normal for preschool
• Smartphones and mobile devices Student engagement in the 21st century
Wednesday 20 M 10:30 10:00 to postschool education
• Learning apps, games, interactive technologies and eLearning solutions arch 2019 David Cramb, Principal, Woongoolba State School
Greg Miller, Principal Leader, St Luke’s Catholic College


Media and content management solutions
School administration solutions
10am - 5pm
Blogging in the primary years Leading the YouTube generation
• Assistive technologies, equipment and services Thursday 21 March 11:00 Anna Davidson, Head of Library/e-learning, Carey Baptist 10:30 Emma Fowler, Learning Coordinator, Nazareth Catholic
• Furniture and equipment 2019 Grammar School School


Learning toys and aids
Building materials, interior design finishes, learning spaces
9am - 4pm STEM curriculum - Mentoring staff and explicitly teaching
robotics and coding Education for the wold post school
11:30 11:00
Felicia Druce, Teacher-Technology Coordinator, Lady Adam Cole, Science Coordinator, Sacred Heart College
Cilento Children’s Hospital School

Moving beyond Homework Making creators not consumers of technology


12:00 Morgana Ramsay, ICT Specialist Teacher, Fremantle 11:30 Glenn Carmichael, Teacher, St Michael’s Collegiate
College School
Engaging stakeholders to change through curriculum
design Choose MATHS and shape the future
12:30 Daniel Birch, Principal, Linwood North Primary School, 12:00 Janine McIntosh, AMSI Schools Program Manager,
Christchurch (NZ) & Lisa Squire, Deputy Principal, Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI)
Linwood North Primary School, Christchurch (NZ)
The beginning of a new future for women of technology in
education
Kim Maksimovic, IT Integrator, Pymble Ladies’ College NSW STEMShare Community: supporting students &
& Emma Lord, Information Technology/STEM secondary teachers in solving the problems of tomorrow
13:00 12:30
teacher, Wenona School & Jess Lonard, Head of Library Michelle Michael, NSW Department of Education,
& Information Services, St Ignatius College & Anthony Information Technology Directorate
England, Director - Innovative Technologies, Pymble
Ladies’ College

Student engagement and retention Backflipped Learning


13:30 Robyn Bessell, Director of Middle Years, Mount Carmel 13:00 Matt Simmons, Senior Leader - Learning Technologies,
College Raynella Primary School

Engaging kids in mathematics Responsibility Theory®. An exciting new approach in


14:00 Peter Saffin, CEO, The Mathematical Association of 13:30 personal and classroom behaviour management

WHY VISIT THE EXPO?


Victoria Ragnar Purje, Adjunct Lecturer, CQUniversity

Leaping into the wild: Exploring innovative digital


Embedding formative practice
storytelling
14:30 Angus Humphries, Head of Humanities, Caulfield Grammar 14:00
Melissa Newnham, Year 1 Teacher, The Springfield
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Anglican College
STEAM, inclusive education practices, and student engagement
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• Robotics demo - discover the best in robotics and AI research via a formidable challenge to junior students and teachers 15:00
journey
15:00
Learning in the primary context
• Start-Up Zone - take a journey through new and exciting concepts from innovative start-up companies in education Graeme Green, Principal & Rebecca Dao, Deputy Principal, Rebecca O’Connell, Director of Learning and Innovation,
• Future Learning Space - experience authentic learning in a makers environment. Bring your students along to make this Ingleburn Public School Living Faith Lutheran Primary School
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students and families Let girls lead
15:30 15:30
Maria Pedavoli, Learning Advisor Pathways and Lani Brockwell, Teacher, Wilderness School
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Bank Name: NAB | BSB: 082 201 | Account Number: 444544228


Call: +61 2 8908 8555

CANCELLATION POLICY:

If you are unable to attend this event, a replacement delegate may be sent in your place at no extra charge.Terrapinn Australia does not provide refunds for
cancellations made more than 7 days after your registration is received, therefore the invoiced fee remains payable in full. Should you wish to cancel your
registration within the 7 day cooling off period, we will refund your registration fee less an administration fee of $150 (GST inclusive). Any cancellation must be
made in writing and sent by email. See terms and conditions at: https://www.terrapinn-cdn.com/terms-and-conditions

Register online at www.futureschools.com.au or scan to futureschools@terrapinn.com