2018 TeachTechPlay Schedule
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8:30 AM
Keynote - Buckley Hall
Kasey Bell
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10:00 AM-10:30 AM
Morning Tea
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10:30 - 11:30 AM
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V01Eleni KyritsisIntegrating Digital Technologies Curriculum into Everyday Teaching and Leanring G Suite, Micosoft, iPad, Assessment Explore Eleni's favourite lesson ideas that intgrate the digital technologies curriculum into her daily teaching routines. Eleni will share how she empowers her students using Bloxels, MakeDo, BeeBots, SamLabs and other resources.
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V02 & V03Adrian Francis & Mark HerringSphero Electro Tech OlympicsSTEM / STEAM, Makerspace, Digital Technologies Curriculum, Design Thinking2 Hour Session First Half The full learning potential of STEAM Learning is realised when we combine the disciplines of coding, design thinking and electro technologies. In this action packed session you will be experience this potential and see who will be awarded gold, silver and bronze medals in our Sphero Olympics events - ‘400 metre battle sprints’ and ‘Robo Wrestling.’ You’ll also leave with some resources, frameworks and the understanding of how to get this style of learning started with your students.
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V104Adam VardanegaThe Google Classroom Trilogy | Episode 1: The Jedi Apprentice (Beginners)G SuiteOK, so what is this Google Classroom thingy? Have you just started using Google Classroom or would you like to but are not sure where to start? This session is for you. We will start from the start. You will explore the navigation, joining a class as a student, creating a class and posting announcements and assignments. You will experience the platform as a student and teacher.
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V105Matt Heinrich Creating with KeynoteApple, LiteracyBeyond elegant slideshow presentations, Keynote can be used as a powerful canvas for multimodal creations and communication of ideas. In this session, participants will be guided through some of the advanced features within Keynote and explore creative and practical uses for any classroom.
Recommended downloaded apps: Keynote for Mac and/or Keynote for iOS.
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V107Amanda Bowker, Bernadette Jarvis, Alyce Lindenmayer and Meredith McNab21st Century Learning Design, Design Thinking, Makerspace2 Hour Session First Half Bringing It All Together! In this hands-on workshop participants will move through the Design Thinking Process, as we demonstrate how this model guides our planning in the Junior School. As each presenter shares a learning experience from their year level, you will identify how we incorporate 21st Century Learning Design and Academic Rigour in meaningful ways. By harnessing the power of digital tools in our Makerspace, our students develop valuable skills that support them when engaging with our STEM and Entrepreneurial pathways throughout the school.
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V202Emily MacLeanHow NOT to Search like a 5th GraderDigital Technologies Curriculum“How big is the world?” Using technology to help us investigate our questions is not just a matter of typing question into a search engine word for word. Students need to develop a range of strategies to define, plan, locate, access and generate information prior to applying it. This workshop will support you and your students with the ACARA ICT Capability, Investigating with ICT. Join me to learn some quick tips and tricks to power up your searches to help save you time and find quality resources for the answers you want.
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V203 ADOBEDr Tim KitchenSparking Creativity with Adobe SparkCreativity, AdobeCheck out what all the fuss is about with the free Adobe Spark tools for making digital posters, video and web pages in minutes, not hours. Adobe Spark is a set of free creativity tools from Adobe that are being used to enhance creativity in classrooms around the world. Available for iOS and via a web browser, students and teachers are able to use Adobe Spark to make posters, videos and web pages quickly and easily. Design ideas are provided as part of the software which aims to allow students to add content quickly to construct their learning. This workshop by Dr Tim Kitchen from Adobe will show you all about it and how it is making a positive difference to learning & teaching across the globe.
Software required
If you have an iPad, iPhone or iPod – install the three free Adobe Spark Apps (Spark Post, Spark Video & Spark Page from the Apple App store).
If you don’t have an iOS device, just bring a laptop and use the free browser version of Adobe Spark via https://spark.adobe.com
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V204Mike Reading Google Vs MicrosoftGSuite, MicrosoftWhich platform is best for LEARNING? Often schools make decisions in a vacuum of knowledge, relying on out of date demonstrations and hearsay. Let's go tool for tool in a fast paced comparison session where we look at the good, and not-so-good aspects of both tools. . This session will be great for you if you are in charge of making decisions about devices and platforms, or if you want to break out of your comfort zone and explore what 'the competition' has on offer.
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V205Trent Ray3D Paint and Mixed Reality with Windows 10STEM / STEAM, MicrosoftThe latest Creators Update for Windows 10 is launching designers into a whole new world of 3D. Create, design, remix and share ideas in 3D using freely available apps and the collaborative remix3d.com platform. In this hands on session attendees will experience drawing 3D objects in the new and improved Paint 3D and see their designs in Mixed Reality on the Surface Pro demo devices. With 3D integration into Office see how easy it is to integrate your 3D creations into PowerPoint to create dynamic presentations about your STEAM projects.
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V207Adrian Camm Influencing a Learning CultureLeadershipDuring this session Adrian will specifically unpack how being future-focused, envisioning exciting possibilities and enlisting others in a shared view of the future is an important lever for change. The ‘how’ of making this vision compelling, what language you use and key strategies in ensuring its success will be explored.
Through personal stories and group reflection, Adrian will explain how giving people permission to innovate leads to a thriving and highly personalised learning culture.
This session is suitable for current or aspiring leaders.
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V208Phil CarewEngaging staff and students in a Digital MakerspaceSTEM / STEAM, Makerspace, Digital Technologies Curriculum, Design ThinkingDuring this session I will share my Makerspace journey over the past three years and provide tips to engage students, staff and parents. In 2015, Toorak College embraced the challenge of developing a mindset for students to develop the thinking skills, digital technology and design approach associated with STEAM. The DIGIZone (Design, Inspire, Gamify, Innovate) Makerspace is the digital epicentre to tinker, design, problem find and solve, collaborate and create with a variety of traditional and digital tools. Innovative professional learning opportunities for staff and academy learning programs for parents and students have created momentum, engagement and extension opportunities.
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11:30AM -12:30PM
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V01Kasey BellIt's Not About the App it is about the LEARNING iPads, GSuite When we have an app for everything, it’s hard not to let the apps drive the learning in the classroom. Apps are great, but not a silver bullet for the classroom. It’s what the STUDENTS DO with the apps and devices that matter. This session will focus on mobile learning strategies that can be used with multiple apps and utilizing the many other functions of the iPad to engage students and increase student learning. Let’s put the focus back on student learning!
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V02 & V03Adrian Francis & Mark HerringSphero Electro Tech OlympicsSTEM / STEAM, Makerspace, Digital Technologies Curriculum, Design Thinking2 Hour Session Second Half The full learning potential of STEAM Learning is realised when we combine the disciplines of coding, design thinking and electro technologies. In this action packed session you will be experience this potential and see who will be awarded gold, silver and bronze medals in our Sphero Olympics events - ‘400 metre battle sprints’ and ‘Robo Wrestling.’ You’ll also leave with some resources, frameworks and the understanding of how to get this style of learning started with your students.
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V104Karen PastroCoding unpacked. Where do I start?Coding; STEM; iPads; Digital Technologies Curriculum; RobotsTaking some time to unpack CODING across the Australian Curriculum…not just in ‘Technologies’. Why coding? What resources are available to support me to design learning activities for my students? Where do I start in the classroom? This session is an introductory session to coding, with an opportunity for hands-on exploration of a variety of STEM ‘toys’ including the Sphero, Dash and Dot, Cubetto, Bee-bot and Edison Robot and the simple coding methods that control them. Keeping the focus on student learning, we make connections with the Australian Curriculum (not just ‘Digital Technologies’ ) and how the iPad and associated resources, can be utilised in the classroom to support coding. If you are new to the coding in the STEM space, this session will get you thinking about what’s possible in your classroom and why you should bother teaching coding! You will get the most out of this session with your own iPad, running the latest iOS11, but I can make one available to you if you email me a request, prior to the conference.
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V105Troy Waller Discover Office 365 and Office OnlineMicrosoftThis workshop is aimed at educators for whom Office 365 is relatively new and who are looking to implement solutions to classroom problems right away. It is designed to give educators an understanding of how Office 365 can provide the right environment for better learning outcomes. Educators will learn to become more innovative with cloud-based tools, regardless of the device they use. Both PC and Mac users are encouraged to attend this workshop.
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V107Amanda Bowker, Bernadette Jarvis, Alyce Lindenmayer and Meredith McNab21st Century Learning Design, Design Thinking, Makerspace2 Hour Session Second Half Bringing It All Together! In this hands-on workshop participants will move through the Design Thinking Process, as we demonstrate how this model guides our planning in the Junior School. As each presenter shares a learning experience from their year level, you will identify how we incorporate 21st Century Learning Design and Academic Rigour in meaningful ways. By harnessing the power of digital tools in our Makerspace, our students develop valuable skills that support them when engaging with our STEM and Entrepreneurial pathways throughout the school.
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V202Samantha Vardanega20 ways to get more efficient with G SuiteG SuiteDo you wish you had more hours in the day? Wish you could spend more time on high-value teaching and learning tasks rather than administration? Come along to this session and learn how to use Google tools to boost your efficiency and productivity. You’ll explore how to better manage your emails in Gmail, get in control of your schedule using Google Calendar, stay organised in Google Drive, automate processes using Google Forms and leverage the power of Google Chrome.
Note: To get the most out of this session, please bring along a laptop computer (not a tablet).
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V203 - ADOBEJoel AaronsTeaching Media Art Using Adobe Mobile ToolsAdobe, iPadHands on workshop using the free Adobe mobile apps Adobe Illustrator Draw, Adobe Sketch and Photoshop Mix.
Software required
If possible, attendees should bring an iPad preloaded with Mix, Draw and Sketch with an Adobe ID already signed in. Note that these apps are also all available for Android & Google Chromebooks.
http://www.adobe.com/au/products/sketch.html
http://www.adobe.com/au/products/mix.html
http://www.adobe.com/au/products/draw.html
If attendees do not have access to the software, they will be able to look on and share with someone.
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V204Mike ReadingThe 8 essential pillars for every technology planBYOD / School devicesIf there is 1 thing that Google, Apple & Microsoft all agree on, it is that your school must address these 8 elements in your technology plan. In this session we will walk you through these 8 elements and provide you with sample resources for you to use.
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V205Cathy HuntCreativity Across Curriculum Areas
Easy Peasy Stop-Motion
iPadDiscover why creative, collaborative and flexible stop-motion for mobile devices is a powerful tool for teaching and learning. You'll learn how to make exciting clips on the spot and leave with resources ready for use in your classroom. Using mobile devices to produce stop motion clips can empower students to 'show what they know'. This session will allow teachers to explore versatile tools for animation on there iPads, linking rich tasks to technology that can support learning. Designed to engage participants as students, a 'learn by play' mindset, flexible lesson designs will be highlighted for a variety of outcomes and contexts. Pedagogical approaches will be unpacked that support the development of higher order thinking in the classroom, explore an iterative approaches towards mastery, and position creativity and innovation as a central goal in any classroom. iPad and a free app required for participation in this session.
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V207Kathleen MorrisUnleash the Potential of Blogging in Your ClassroomBlogging, LiteracyAre you interested in building a strong rapport with your community while creating an online hub for student creations and connections? Would you like to offer your students an authentic audience and a process for collaborating purposefully? Blogging offers this and more. Find out why every classroom should blog, what blogging looks like in 2018, and the steps to starting a successful blogging program
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12:30 - 1:15 PMLunch
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1:15 - 2:15 PMSession 3Session TitleFocusDescription
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V01Emily MacLeanCreating Mindfulness in Your ClassroomMindfulnessIn a world of increased distractions and stimulation, our classrooms need to be a place that sometimes slows down to focus on the mind and body. In this session, we will tune in to what mindfulness is and how this could be incorporated into your classroom. We will explore various resources available for you to do mindfulness individually or with your students. In addition, we will explore how students can becomes leaders of mindfulness through creating their own mindfulness routines for their classroom and school community.
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V104Mark HerringFrom ‘Touch’ to ‘Transform.’ Moving from Interaction to Creative Collaboration on iPads for learningAppleSo many teachers struggle to develop an iPad learning program for juniors that is more than just spelling games and reading ebooks. Real magic happens when we enable our students to not only create content using their iPads, but create collaboratively with others. We’ll get hands on with proven apps and methods that will have your younger students making, tinkering, publishing and recording with others in no time.
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V105James ColbertTinkering and Makey MakeySTEM / STEAM, Makerspace2 Hour Session First Half Explore the parts, purposes and complexities thinking routine developed by Harvard University's Project Zero through pulling things apart. By looking closely, we can explore how and why things work. Then adding Makey Makey into the session, old technology can be reused and reborn into exciting and new projects. Programming through Scratch gives life to what was old.
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V106Matt DillionIntro to Maker EducationSTEM / STEAM, Makerspace, Design Thinking, Engineering/Design ProcessMaker education has to be a mindset in a school or district. Sometimes it starts from the administration and other times it moves up from individual teachers. No matter where it starts, those classrooms that are “making” have the belief that people learn best by doing. It’s not really about the latest technology, it’s about gaining knowledge by experience of doing something creative. This presentation will introduce maker education, and share the creation and implementation going on at ‘Iolani School in Honolulu, Hawaii.
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V107Rebecca GlentonThe 5 Cs of 21st Century Learning21st Century LearningThis session will allow you to ensure your students are equipped with the right skills to survive in the 21st century working world. Skills have overtaken knowledge and this session will give you practical examples to ensure the 5 Cs - Creative, Cooperative, Critical (Thinker), Curious, Committed - are embedded into the curriculum at a primary level. This session will provide you with lots of practical take aways.
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V202Trent RayMinecraft Education Edition: Coding & STEAM capabilities STEM / STEAM, Digital Technologies Curriculum, MicrosoftFor good reason Minecraft Education Edition is exploding in popularity and landing in classrooms all over the world. This workshop will uncover how Minecraft Education Edition is transforming the way students engage with learning in a digital landscape through a platform designed to build student curiosity, creatively problem solve, communicate and collaborate. This session will focus on highlighting features to enhance teaching of the Digital Technologies curriculum (through the integration of Make Code aka Code Agent) and the application to STEAM based curriculum.
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V203 - ADOBEDr Max SchleserSmartphone Filmmaking
ADOBEIn this workshop Max will discuss how you can use mobile, smartphone and pocket cameras to tell interesting stories through cinematography (FiLMiC Pro), editing (Adobe Premiere Clip) and sound (XLR mics and iRig Recorder). Software required: Free Adobe Premiere Clip (iOS & Android) / Premiere Pro (optional)
http://www.adobe.com/sea/products/premiere-clip.html
If attendees do not have access to the software, they will be able to look on and share with someone.

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V204Mike ReadingHow to improve your results as a trainer / tech coachLeadershipOften it isn't what you say, it is how you say it. In this session we will unpack the process the Using Technology Better team go through to develop our presentations and enable the staff we work with to adopt the technology we show. This practical session is designed for e-learning leaders working in their own schools. You'll learn how to design training sessions that will lead to a change in culture and attitude within your school.
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V205Cathy Hunt
iPad Art & 'Tra-Dgital' Approaches to Learning in Hands-On Creative Classrooms
iPad2 Hour Session First Half How can you integrate technology into hands-on, tactile learning experiences? Let's explore creativity, visual literacy and divergent thinking using mobile devices for learning in your cross-curricular classroom. Full of apps, lesson ideas and concrete examples from real classrooms, this course delivers adventures and resources in edtech art-making.
iPad and a number of free apps required for participation
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V207Samantha VardanegaGoogle Team Drives Deep DiveG SuiteGoogle’s Team Drives are a long-awaited and powerful solution for school-wide file sharing and management. If your school is thinking of making the move to Team Drives, or you’re wondering if they are right for you, come along to this session for an in-depth exploration. We’ll look at exactly what Team Drives are, how they differ to existing shared folders, their benefits and limitations and what administrative controls are available. You’ll also hear how to prepare for a migration to Team Drives and learn about the different migration options that are available.
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2:15 - 3:15 PMSession 4Session TitleFocusDescription
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V01Kasey Bell Dynamic Learning with GSuite GSuiteWith collaborative tools like G Suite that are available 24/7, the learning doesn’t have to end when the bell rings. Let’s explore ways to go beyond traditional learning--beyond the bell, beyond the due date, beyond the walls--and prepare future ready students using G Suite for Education. Level - Intermediate to Advance
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V104Mark HerringLeaping the Coding Chasm: Fail safe methods that are proven to get an teacher codingDigital Technologies CurriculumAre you responsible for upskilling your school’s teachers to start coding with their classes but struggling to get traction with everyone? Here are some ideas and resources that we guarantee will overcome their fears, convince them of the ‘why’ and help get them started on the computational thinking journey. We’ll be having hands on with ‘unplugged’ coding activities for all ages, through to drag and drop and then showing you how to make successful transitions to syntax / text coding.
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V105Jame ColbertTinkering and Makey MakeySTEM / STEAM, Makerspace2 Hour Session Second Half Explore the parts, purposes and complexities thinking routine developed by Harvard University's Project Zero through pulling things apart. By looking closely, we can explore how and why things work. Then adding Makey Makey into the session, old technology can be reused and reborn into exciting and new projects. Programming through Scratch gives life to what was old.
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V106Adrian FrancisPaperless and Creative with OneNoteMicrosoftLearn how to save time and build fabulous digital resources with Microsoft OneNote. In this session you will become more efficient and productive with OneNote. By building great digital content you will create engaging learning opportunities for your classes. Also learn how to set up and distribute NoteBooks to all your students using Class NoteBook creator.
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V107Adam VardanegaThe Google Classroom Trilogy | Episode 2: The Jedi Knight (Intermediate)G SuiteHave you been using Google Classroom? Do you feel you are across the basics, but wonder what else is possible? This is the session for you. During this session we will explore some slightly more advanced navigation, features and functions. We will explain how you can easily manage more than one class at a time, use some of the cool Google Drive keyboard tricks to speed up your feedback and give tips to increase your workflow to get you organised.
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V203 Dr Tim KitchenMaking cool HTML websites without codingAdobe, WebsitesAdobe Muse is the answer of teachers and students who want the flexibility of creating a HTML website without the need to understand how to code. This workshop, by Dr Tim Kitchen from Adobe, will go through how to use Adobe Muse to create a digital portfolio or any site that helps teachers creatively communicate curriculum content and also help students to construct their learning. Software required If possible, attendees should bring a laptop with Adobe Muse & Adobe Photoshop installed. Preferably CC 2017 or higher.
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V204Sam MacaulayBrush up on your Cyber Savviness! #youneedtoknowthisCyber Safety, WellbeingThe team at the Cyber Safety Project have developed a whole community, proactive approach aimed at building skills and capacity of teachers, students and parents/guardians in digital safety and wellbeing of young people. Learn more about the ever changing landscape of the most popular social networking platforms and take away some great, easy to implement lesson ideas that will arm your staff and students with protective measures for safe online use.
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V205Cathy Hunt
iPad Art & 'Tra-Dgital' Approaches to Learning in Hands-On Creative Classrooms
iPad2 Hour Session Second Half. How can you integrate technology into hands-on, tactile learning experiences? Let's explore creativity, visual literacy and divergent thinking using mobile devices for learning in your cross-curricular classroom. Full of apps, lesson ideas and concrete examples from real classrooms, this course delivers adventures and resources in edtech art-making.
iPad and a number of free apps required for participation
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V207Ben LannenDrone Coding from Drone Quidditch to Drone Mini Golf!Mathematics, STEM/STEAM, Digital Technologies"I solemnly swear I'm up to no good!" come witness a hands on session of some of the best ways to engage and empower students in coding and STEM using Drones. From Drone Quidditch to Drone Mini Golf, we will touch on how you can engage in the Digital Curriculum with the aid of Drones and how some schools have successfully embedded already. We will have a heap of time for some fun, hands on Drone games and activities that will have everyone coding their own Drone and engaging with code, STEM and the Digital Curriculum.
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V208Troy Waller Improve Accessibility and Inclusivity with Office 365MicrosoftAs teachers, we are constantly on the hunt for technology and tools that give students with disabilities an environment that is personalised, differentiated and yet as close to their peers’ experience as possible. Office 365 provides many accommodations that make the consumption of materials, content creation, collaboration and organisation possible for students using the same technology and tools as their peers. Both PC and Mac users are encouraged to attend this workshop.
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3:20 - 4:00 PMKeynoteEmily MacLean
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8:00 AMRegistration
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8:30 AMKeynote - Buckley HallTom Barrett
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10:00 AM - 10:30 AMMorning Tea
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10:30 - 11:30 AMSession 5Session TitleFocusDescription
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V01Kasey Bell10 Things you didnt know Google Slides Can Do!GSuiteGoogle Slides can do whaaattt??!! Google Slides is a like a Swiss Army knife for the classroom. With Slides you can do far more than just create presentations. Come explore alternative uses for Google Slides like creating eBooks, stop motion video, interactives, magnetic poetry, and more! Walk away with some super cool ideas for the classroom! Level - Intermediate to Advance
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V104Emma HinchliffeNumeracy for the Next GenerationMathematics2 Hour Session First Half During this session participants will explore sample numeracy learning tasks that are designed to model how to embed the 4Cs of Next Generation Learning: Collaboration, Communication, Critical Thinking and Creativity in Years 3-6 Mathematics classrooms. Participants will have experiences completing sample tasks as students as well as time to collaborate and share their own ideas and practices with others.
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V105James ColbertPlay with LittleBitsSTEM / STEAM, MakerspaceEver wanted to explore what can be done with littleBits? This session will provide you with a taste of what littleBits can offer you in the classroom. Explore the Codekit, Synth set and Droid set. You will need to download the code kit software prior to the session.
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V107Samantha VardanegaGet certified in Google for EducationG SuiteAre you thinking about becoming a Google Certified Educator? Or perhaps you’re interested in becoming a Google Certified Trainer or Innovator? In this session, you’ll learn about the full range of Google for Education certifications, and what’s required to achieve them. You will also have the opportunity to explore Google’s online training centre, hear about ‘boot camp’ style training sessions and learn tips for creating application videos. The session will also include time to take some practice exam questions similar to those on the Google Certified Educator exams.
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V202Trent RayMicro:Bit: Design & Technologies Maker ChallengeSTEM / STEAM, Makerspace, Digital Technologies Curriculum, Microsoft2 Hour Session First Half The Micro:Bit might be small but it packs punch when applying it's functionality to STEM, Digital Technologies and Design & Technologies curriculum. Get hands on with Micro:Bit through this 2 hour Maker Challenge. By the end of this workshop you will have created a solution to a real-world problem and a digitized solution (prototype) to solve it! Attendees will be provided with a OneNote scaffold template linked the Design & Technologies Curriculum that they can apply to any of their existing STEM tools and tinker toys back at school. *Micro:Bit, Surface Pro devices and Maker materials supplied.
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V203 - ADOBEAndy HairAmplify your legendary status by becoming a 'Classie' designerAdobe, iPadBecome an advocate for first class education posters. Learn the basics but walk away an advanced user of Adobe Spark. Using Adobe Spark as a basic tool to create 'popping posters' is one of Andy Hair's goto tools. In this session Andy will walk you through the process of creating your ideas and making learning live. Imagine students learning coming to live in outstanding and eye catching posters. Add Adobe Sketch into the mix and suddenly flipped learning is possible... Software required Adobe Spark & Adobe Sketch
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V204Matt HeinrichSupermarkets in CyberspaceLeadershipLearning spaces are increasingly designed to provide optimal conditions for teaching and learning, whilst the array of digital environments within schools are often a spluttered tangle of systems. This practical workshop will focus on strategically mapping your school’s landscape of digital tools and providing greater clarity to support students build ICT capability across learning areas.
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V205Adrian Camm Interactive FictionLiteracy, STEM / STEAM, Makerspace, Digital Technologies CurriculumRemember Choose Your own Adventure books from the 80’s?
This concept combined with today’s media allows students to take the idea of interactive fiction to a whole new level using game-like ideas & computational thinking. During this workshop participants will use iPad apps, multimedia, Youtube and open source interactive fiction design systems as tools for teaching programming concepts, game design, literacy and systems thinking.
This workshop will provide insight into how Interactive Fiction can be integrated across a range of subject areas as participants create their own subject-based adventures games, gripping narratives and historical simulations.
Learning Outcomes:
- Discover how branching narratives are used in game design;
- Examine the process of learning design through the lens of game mechanics;
- Produce a work of Interactive Fiction
- Leave the workshop with a host of resources & ideas that can be immediately used.
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V207Mark HerringBe a Drone Jedi Master: The WHY and HOW behind a Drone Learning ProgramDigital Technologies CurriculumToday’s workplace has just started to scratch the surface of what the modern, professional drone can do. For a school to be preparing students to be truly future ready, this technology and skillset is a must offering for both younger and older students. We’ll look at 5 reasons why every school should have at least one professional level drone, see examples of schools that have comprehensive drone learning programs running, and get hands on with a DJI Mavic Pro (within legal boundaries...off course!)
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Phil Carew
Using G Suite tools to foster collaboration and provide effective feedback
Assessment, Feedback, Leadership, G Suite
This session will focus on how to foster a collaborative classroom and provide effective, meaningful and timely feedback to your students using a range of G Suite tools including Docs, Slides and Forms.
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V01Kasey BellDigital Differentiation with G Suite G SuiteIn the 21st Century Classroom, it can be difficult to design learning experiences that both incorporate student choice and differentiation for learning levels and styles. This session will show you how to make that happen with G Suite, creating a digital classroom where the students take ownership of their learning. Participants will walk away with strategies for differentiation and Google tools.Level - Intermeditate to Advance
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V104Emma HinchliffeNumeracy for the Next GenerationMathematics2 Hour Session Second Half During this session participants will explore sample numeracy learning tasks that are designed to model how to embed the 4Cs of Next Generation Learning: Collaboration, Communication, Critical Thinking and Creativity in Years 3-6 Mathematics classrooms. Participants will have experiences completing sample tasks as students as well as time to collaborate and share their own ideas and practices with others.
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V105Rebecca GlentonGirls can do anythingSTEM / STEAMCome along to see practical examples of girls involved in STEM projects in the Junior Years. STEM can be embedded into all aspects of the curriculum and this session will allow you to explore ideas that will allow you to integrate it into all subjects, without jeopardising the core curriculum. If you want to explore creativity in the classroom, this session is for you! (And I will provide you with lots of practical take aways.)
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V107Troy Waller Internationalising the Curriculum with Skype in the ClassroomMicrosoftSkype in the Classroom is an online community that enables thousands of teachers to inspire the next generation of global citizens through transformative learning over Skype. It offers five exciting ways to bring the world into your classroom: Virtual Field Trips, Skype Lessons, Skype Collaboration, Mystery Skype and Guest Speakers. Participants in this workshop will learn how to access the Skype in the Classroom website and community to start using the various resources available to teachers and schools. More importantly, they will learn how easy it is to make authentic, genuine connections with teachers and classrooms around the world, bringing them into their classrooms. Both PC and Mac users are encouraged to attend this workshop.
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V202Trent RayMicro:Bit: Design & Technologies Maker ChallengeSTEM / STEAM, Makerspace, Digital Technologies Curriculum, Microsoft2 Hour Session Second Half The Micro:Bit might be small but it packs punch when applying it's functionality to STEM, Digital Technologies and Design & Technologies curriculum. Get hands on with Micro:Bit through this 2 hour Maker Challenge. By the end of this workshop you will have created a solution to a real-world problem and a digitized solution (prototype) to solve it! Attendees will be provided with a OneNote scaffold template linked the Design & Technologies Curriculum that they can apply to any of their existing STEM tools and tinker toys back at school. *Micro:Bit, Surface Pro devices and Maker materials supplied.
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V203 Dr Tim Kitchen Make Photoshop Puppets come alive with Adobe Character AnimatorAdobeAdobe Character Animator is now a fully-fledged part of the Adobe Creative Cloud and is the simplest way for teachers & students to produce engaging animations. This workshop shows how it is done and why it is a great way to engage learning
Software required
If possible, attendees should bring a laptop with Adobe Character Animator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere Pro installed. Preferably CC 2017 or higher
http://www.adobe.com/au/products/character-animator.html
http://www.adobe.com/au/products/photoshop.html
http://www.adobe.com/au/products/premiere.html
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V204Matt HeinrichGet NoisyApple, MusicNo longer is sound and noise limited to music classrooms or purely consumed. Rather, it can be created by students on demand, with or without musical theory and for a wide range of purposes. This interactive workshop will unpack a range of ways any primary teacher can utilise iPads with students to authentically incorporate music into their learning experiences. Recommended downloaded apps: GarageBand for iOS, SPARKvue for iOS
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V205Ben LannenStudents creating and coding games with ScratchScratch, Coding, Game DesignHow can kids code and create their own video game and integrate this learning within the classroom? Scratch coding offers a straight forward program that allows students to create their own games. This can be creative way of showcasing learning, understanding or going further with any topic. Follow easy to use step by step guides and instructions on how to create certain types of games in Scratch which can be taken back and used in your classroom to ignite your kids passion to make video games about any learning area.
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V207Adrian FrancisGet Nerdy with Google SheetsG Suite, Mathematics95% of people use 5% of spreadsheets. There are many tasks that you can make more efficient by using sheets. Auto marking, filtering, auto assigning grades and building data dashboards are just a tip of the iceberg. If you want to learn processes to make your life easier and break out of that 5%, then this session is for you. Learn tips and tricks that will help you use data and sheets more efficiently.
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V01Eleni KyritsisEmpowering Creativity in the Classroom GSuite, Microsoft, iPadIn this session Eleni will showcase a variety of Digital Technologies to unleash and empower student learning. In contemporary learning environments we want our students to connect, communicate, collaborate and think critically. Eleni will share examples of how she achieves this while encouraging student voice, brainstorming, seeking feedback, and assessing student learning. This session will give participants the confidence to introduce and extend their use of digital technologies to work more efficiently and effectively.
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V104Adam VardanegaThe Google Classroom Trilogy | Episode 3: The Jedi Master (Advanced)G SuiteOK, so you feel you are across Google Classroom and are using it regularly in your classes. Do you want to get more from the tool? Come along to this session and get your geek on! The focus of this session will be integration of other tools into Google Classroom. We will explore some extra cool features, great workflow hacks and organisation tips and tricks.
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V105Matt DillionAll Things Maker EdSTEM / STEAM, Makerspace, Design Thinking, Engineering/Design Process2 Hour Session First Half This session will be more of a “Deep Dive” into maker education at ‘Iolani School. We’ll discuss the development of the program, the creation of the Lab, integration with curriculum, specific projects, successes, failures, and lessons learned. Although we’ll focus on making in the lower school (Kdg-6th), we’ll also touch on how making continues through the upper grades (7th-12th). There will be ample time for questions and answer during the session and we’ll share resources that we’ve collected over the years.
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V107Fiona HudsonTurning the Tables in the Primary ClassroomAssessment, Feedback, G Suite, Flipped LearningFlipped Learning is a fantastic way of allowing students to work at their own pace, whilst focusing on the specific needs of your learners. However, it can be tricky to implement Flipped Learning in the Primary setting, as teachers may not fully understand the benefits, classrooms may not have 1:1 devices and navigating the curriculum can be tough at the best of times!
This session will focus on how to 'in-flip' your lessons within the classroom walls using G-Suite Applications, allowing students and teachers to maximise their time and learning experience, as well as cater for delivering personalised feedback and assessment.
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V202Adrian Francis & Mark HerringInvention Literacy with Micro Bits, Makey Makey and Electro TechnologiesSTEM / STEAM, Makerspace, Digital Technologies Curriculum, Design Thinking2 Hour Session First Half Authentic Projects and the Design Thinking Process.
The Internet of Things will apparently make our lives easier, but we are at the mercy of companies developing products based on perceived needs. What if you could invent and build your own IOT device? Follow the process to Create, Collaborate and Innovate to invent and construct your solution to a common problem. By using Micro Bits and Makey Makey’s you will be able to take an idea from conception to fruition. The skills learnt will be transferable straight into the classroom, where you can lead and inspire your students to become inventors, whilst working collaboratively and solving real world problems.
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2018 TTPlay Schedule