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Thursday, August 16
 

12:10pm

OMG I'm back in the dark ages! Again!!
Limited Capacity seats available

We have all been there before…….. We work hard to develop digital technologies at our site, working towards leading productive pedagogies with our staff where digital technologies enhance the learning of our students, only to find yourself at a new site where digital technology is non existent in use, IWBs are glorified overhead projectors and the staff still use a paper based day book. Emails……what are they? Come along for a journey as Rick will take you through the process he used to bring his new site into the 21st Century. Rick was a main part in the process at his previous school in 2009 lifting it to its current state in 2015 only to become the principal of his new site where digital technologies were a dirty word. Hear about strategies including; non-negotiables, setting the champions free, mentoring and coaching, planning the infrastructure, professional development and so much more including the pitfalls and keeping it sane!

Speakers
avatar for Rick Noack

Rick Noack

Principal, Para Hills West Primary School
Rick has been a leader in schools since 2009 initially as an RBL coordinator focussing on pedagogy and digital technologies and moving into an Assistant Principal including leading digital technolgies and now a Principal. Rick has a real passion for digital technologies and their... Read More →



Thursday August 16, 2018 12:10pm - 1:00pm
ROOM: Ninderry

2:10pm

Digital Transformation: Servite College - A Case Study
Limited Capacity seats available

I would encourage participants attending this session to share ideas via Flipboard. 

Please enter this  http://flip.it/68eAk7 and join me interactively on the day with your ideas as well.

Servite College in Tuart Hill Western Australia is the first school to migrate to the CEWA [Catholic Education Western Australia] Leading Lights Tenant.

Trevor's continued success in three very different schools which are all now considered "Show Case Technology Schools" in Western Australia themes around one critical ingredient in his leadership role – 'You must create the environment in which great ideas can thrive'.
The process and planning to make your school that ‘Leading Light School’ is intriguing.
You are invited to come and share in the critical steps required to make your school a 'successful digital school.'

I would encourage participants attending this session to share ideas via Flipboard. 

Please select this link http://flip.it/68eAk7 and join me interactively on the day with your ideas as well.

Speakers
avatar for Trevor Galbraith

Trevor Galbraith

Director of Innovation and Research, Servite College
Trevor Galbraith is the Director of Innovation and Research at Servite College in Perth Western Australia. Trevor is regarded as a leader in his field and has played a significant role in various leadership capacities at very different Colleges involving directing and/or managing... Read More →



Thursday August 16, 2018 2:10pm - 3:00pm
ROOM: Mudjimba 2

2:10pm

Leading Digital Change
Limited Capacity seats available

Combining PhD studies into best practice with practical reflections and stories from my experiences in leading a digital change in schools. This presentation outlines:

• The leadership journey of creating and maintaining digital change in a school.
• Practicalities of coaching teachers in the pedagogical use of technology,
• Methodologies of adapting the digital technologies KLA of the Australian Curriculum

Speakers
avatar for Heath Henwood

Heath Henwood

Coach of Pedagogy and Leadership, CQ University
Heath Henwood is a Master Teacher and coach of Pedagogy and Leadership. He has extensive experience working in private and government schools as a Teacher, Principal and Coach. Heath has studied widely, with a Masters in Leadership, and Post-Graduate qualifications in Science, Education... Read More →


Thursday August 16, 2018 2:10pm - 3:00pm
ROOM: Marcoola

2:10pm

Old Dog New Tricks
Limited Capacity seats available

130 year old school, very low socio-economic, low levels of educational engagement, high youth and general unemployment, slow broadband, fatigued IT infrastructure – basically think of the barrier and we are there. So how, given these challenges, have we turned it around in just under two years. Increased enrolments across all grades, majority of students using preferred devices on BYOx system and most staff actively seeking out to be involved in digital learning programs and pushing the boundaries of what we thought is possible.
We will present the strategies we have used that have seen us succeed whilst highlighting the failures that we have learnt from. Our strategy has been one of involvement and engagement at all levels of staff whilst insisting that no one person is the expert. We have focussed on learning from each and more importantly, from our students and the community.

Speakers
avatar for Peita Bates

Peita Bates

Teacher & Digital Tech Ambassador, Maryborough State High School
As a new teacher with a background in government, management and IT, the move to the education sector has been highly rewarding and challenging at the same time. Overcoming the barriers to improve engagement at a student, staff and community level has been and will continue to be... Read More →
avatar for Peter Schloss

Peter Schloss

Teacher & Digital Pedagogy Coach, Maryborough State High School
As someone who started teaching last century (1980s) I have seen a range of changes sweep through (Queensland) Education over the last 30 years. In that time there have been significant changes in the world of technology and how we use this in our classroom to support and sometimes... Read More →



Thursday August 16, 2018 2:10pm - 3:00pm
ROOM: Mudjimba 1
 
Friday, August 17
 

2:10pm

Infuse and Saturate – a communities of learning model for embedding Digital Technologies at Taroona Primary School
Limited Capacity seats available

Taroona Primary School is one of the 50 recipients of the first round of Digital Literacies Schools Grants. As one of the first schools in Tasmania to implement a 1:1 iPad program in 2013, the school has a strong history in the successful uptake of new technologies and relevant pedagogies. How then to extend from our embedded culture of using technologies to “Capture, Create and Collaborate” to the deeper understandings and constantly evolving opportunities in the Digital Technologies curriculum? This case study follows the carefully structured processes Taroona Primary has taken to build teacher knowledge, skills and understanding to saturate digital literacies across the school. The 18 month model of change is built upon leveraging early adopter teachers as at-the-elbow coaches, who work alongside colleagues to integrate digital technologies into other curriculum areas. This case study will address the key leadership considerations of resource allocation, strategies to engage non-digital-native teachers in the new languages of digital technologies, and practical examples of authentic connections in the school and wider community. Our voerview videoo can be viewed at https://vimeo.com/285754394

Speakers
avatar for Danielle Bresnehan

Danielle Bresnehan

Principal, Taroona Primary School
Danielle Bresnehan has expertise in leading digital and technological change, specifically through her involvement in the New Pedagogies for Deep Learning Global (NDPL) Partnership from February 2013 – July 2015. This involved 100 Australian schools partnering with 900 schools across... Read More →
avatar for Hilary Purdie

Hilary Purdie

Advanced Skills Teacher, Taroona Primary School
Hilary Purdie is a school leader with an interest in the mechanisms, resources and organisational psychology required to successfully lead change in schools. Before joining the team at Taroona Primary School, she was recognised for her leadership role in strategically transforming... Read More →



Friday August 17, 2018 2:10pm - 3:00pm
ROOM: Ninderry

3:10pm

Shadow a Coach – a behind the scenes look at the coaching and mentoring model in action at Taroona Primary School
Limited Capacity seats available

Taroona Primary School is one of the 50 recipients of the first round of Digital Literacies Schools Grants. At the heart of the grant project is our school’s commitment to supporting a team of enthusiastic teacher leaders who have volunteered as ‘first-wave’ digital literacy coaches for the initial 18 months of implementation of the new Digital Technologies curriculum. This session uses video narratives to share our coaches demonstrating the behind-the-scene discussions and planning with their colleagues as they work together to strengthen digital integration across all areas of the curriculum. The snapshots include the processes of backward planning, conversations to better understand pedagogies to support new learning in digital technologies, and co-teaching of integrated STEM / digital technologies in classrooms. Teachers, coaches, students and leaders also share reflections of their learning throughout the process. Snaphot Video is availble at https://vimeo.com/285754624

Speakers
avatar for Danielle Bresnehan

Danielle Bresnehan

Principal, Taroona Primary School
Danielle Bresnehan has expertise in leading digital and technological change, specifically through her involvement in the New Pedagogies for Deep Learning Global (NDPL) Partnership from February 2013 – July 2015. This involved 100 Australian schools partnering with 900 schools across... Read More →
avatar for Hilary Purdie

Hilary Purdie

Advanced Skills Teacher, Taroona Primary School
Hilary Purdie is a school leader with an interest in the mechanisms, resources and organisational psychology required to successfully lead change in schools. Before joining the team at Taroona Primary School, she was recognised for her leadership role in strategically transforming... Read More →



Friday August 17, 2018 3:10pm - 4:00pm
ROOM: Ninderry

3:10pm

Whole School Engagement
Limited Capacity seats available

This session dissects and expands the Schlechty model of engagement to identify and classify the level of engagement that all students are displaying in a class. Linking the model to practice, a framework will be developed that can be used school wide to improve the engagement of all students. This framework can be used to develop a program of Professional Development, including mentoring and coaching to develop teachers' skills to work with and improve the engagement of all students. This session will suit a range of participants from classroom teachers to school leaders. A hands-on workshop scheduled on Saturday will take the framework further.....

You can find the basis of this presentation here.
You can find the Microsoft 21st Century Skills document here.

Speakers
avatar for Stephen Pinel

Stephen Pinel

Head of Science, Unity College
Stephen is Head of Science at Unity College, Caloundra. He was previously Head of Science at Proserpine SHS where he was heavily involved in eLearning, leading a team of eLearning Mentors to develop innovative and engaging curricula school wide. Stephen has taught in both the independent... Read More →



Friday August 17, 2018 3:10pm - 4:00pm
ROOM: Mudjimba 1