Teaching 21C. The big issues facing the teaching profession today 2020

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Date

May 8, 2020
8:45 AM to 3:30 PM

Venue

Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)
Brunton Avenue
EAST MELBOURNE, VIC 3002
Australia

Cost

Full Registration

$460.00   (inc GST)
Cost includes program materials, morning tea and lunch.

 

Parking

As parking in the area is mainly 1-2 hours, we recommend participants use Public Transport.

PROGRAM DETAILS

 

Students: The New Drivers of Change: We need students who can act with agency at school to achieve the sort of learning required for life.

 

Key Issues:

 

  • How do schools unleash - and cultivate - student agency?

  • What implications for Learning? Curriculum? Assessment? Values? Community? Teacher Education and Leadership arise from an aim to develop young people as ‘drivers of change’?

  • Does learning in your school need to change to unleash student agency?

 

Students who co-design learning, take action in the real world, develop capabilities to be entrepreneurial, interculturally-minded, creative, ethical and critical thinkers will gain the skills they need for future work and life …and to solve the unprecedented local and global challenges of our times like peace, equality and sustainability.

 

Teaching 21C 2020 presents a thought provoking and informative conference to explore these questions.

 

 

Keynotes, Panels and Interactive Sessions

 

Don’t miss this opportunity to:

  • learn about future directions in Education, both in Australia and Internationally 

  • discuss challenges and opportunities in the context of your own school and 

  • inform the professional learning of yourself and your colleagues 

 

Conference Participants

 

This Conference is intended for members of the teaching profession from the early years of professional practice to advanced levels of teaching and leadership.

 

 

Conference Co-Convenors

 

  • Andrew Barr CEO, CSE

  • Kathe Kirby Consultant Advisor, CSE

  • Anthony Mackay Consultant Advisor, CSE

    

 

CSE

 

 

Presenters include:

 

  • Donna Hutchinson, Chief Executive Officer, High Resolves

  • Hayley McQuire, Co-Founder and National Co-ordinator, National Indigenous Youth Education Coalition

  • Jan Owen, Co-Chair, Learning Creates

  • Taj Pabari, Founder and CEO, Fifty-Six Creations

  • Hamish Curry, Executive Director, Asia Education Foundation

  • Megan O’Connell, Australian Learning Lecture

  • Libby Tudball, Associate Professor, Monash University

  • Dean Delia, Director Young People, The Princes Trust

  • Aayushi Khillan, Board Director, Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority

 
 

 

For further information about any of our professional learning programs please call (03) 9654 1200 or email info@cse.edu.au.

 

Register Now

 

 

 

 


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