Program – What’s On

Program 4

Making Education Creative, Engaging and Visible


Keynote Address – Dr Michael Anderson

The University of Sydney – Professor of Education (Arts and Creativity), Faculty of Michael AndersonEducation and Social Work

Keynote Topic: Transforming Schools for Uncertain Times

DATTA ACT and the ACT Drama Association are please to present Dr Michael Anderson as the Keynote Address speaker. Both Associations will have the benefit from the Keynote address followed by numerous Master classes.


TECHNOLOGY Category

Teachers attending either conference may attend any Category Masterclasses

Subjects Master Classes
Food
Hospitality
Agriculture
Technologies……………………………
Australian Culinary Association;
Experience with an Executive Chef
Nutrition Australia
;
Teaching evidence based nutrition to secondary students
Angela Colliver;
Inspiring students through Project Based Learning (Food Technologies)
Teaching Agriculture/Food and Fibre Production
Metal
Industrial Tech
D&T
Engineering
Karim Haddad;
Designing & Manufacturing metal projects
STEM
D&T
Industrial Tech
Robotics
IT
Engineering
Tim Beare;
STEM/STEAM with sustainable and environmental education
Travis Burroughs;
VEX Robotics – Inspire the problem solvers of tomorrow
Questacon
Various sessions for creative thinking and project based learning
Merrick Russell – DesignAbility;
Stimulating the creative mind
Phil Tallents – PICO Kits;
Inspiring students through creative projects
Tony Wright;
Drones to engage student participation
Skateboards – Designing and Vacuum Technology
Angela Colliver;
New to teaching Agriculture/Food & Fibre production
Graphics
D&T
CADD
Industrial Tech

Ben Roberts – Fusion 360

Modfab is a leader in 3D printing workshops for primary, high school and tertiary institution teachers. Modfab was invented with a simple premise in mind; to combine the best of 3D printing technology, computer aided drawing (CAD) and design to create opportunities. Ben believe in using this innovative technology to kindle an interest in science, technology and more in the every day.

Anthony Agostino – Autodesk Revit
This hands-on masterclass will introduce participants to Computer aided design(CAD). Participants will be using Revit to draw simple 2D and 3D geometry shapes.

Technologies 7-8 John Bowyer;
CO2 Racer – The Design process in actionJohn Bowyer has been a teacher across Secondary schools in the ACT since 1990. Shortly after starting teaching in the ACT he came across CO2 Dragsters at a conference in Adelaide. He has been developing his program using the design process with CO2 Dragsters in High Schools and Colleges since that time. During the CO2 workshop you will be introduced to the Specifications and begin to shape your own dragster using simple techniques that can go from year 7 to College.Angela Colliver;
Inspiring students through Project Based Learning
Textiles
Fashion
D&T
Eliza McAlister;
Journey of a student, Eco Dyeing
Wood Tony Wright;
Skateboards – Designing and Vacuum Technology
John Bowyer;
CO2 Racer – The Design Process in action

DRAMA Category – Drama Stream not NESA Endorsed

Teachers attending either conference may attend any Category Masterclasses

Subject Master Classes
Drama Sally Stenning & Lucy Cronan;
Integrating technologies into Theatre Productions
Drama Pip Buining;
Creativity Boosters For Your Classroom
Drama Jess Chambers;
Teaching Students to Find and Use their Voices
Drama
D&T
Graphics
Peter Van Rijswijk;
STEM Theatre and Stage Production

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