See You at the ECAWA 2011 State Conference

There are many reasons to attend the ECAWA 2011 State Conference:

I C Futures (Innovative Classroom Futures)

* six great keynote and main presenters including Jarrod Robinson and Tony Brandenburg from Victoria
* a great range of 30 workshops
* a visit to the iVec super-computer
* voting on the inaugural ECAWA Twenty20 Challenge
* local trade show
* an hour for lunch (included) to catch up with colleagues from around the state
* low cost AND great value
* a chance to get together over drinks at the end of each day

The 2011 ECAWA State Conference is at Canning College  in Bentley… Thursday 6th & Friday 7th October

Put it in your diary and register …  
ECAWA 2011 State Conference Registration Form (.PDF)

 

Overview of Program (provisional)
Thursday 6th October
 8.15: Registration
 9.00: Opening
  9.15: Keynote – Jarrod Robinson the PE-Geek from Victoria
10.30: Morning tea
11.15: Five workshops to choose from
12.20: Five workshops to choose from
  1.20: Lunch
  2.20: Five workshops to choose from
  3.25: Major presentations from DoE and Catholic Education
  4.30: Presenter from the Australian Computer Society
  4.50: ECAWA Twenty20 Challenge (with drinks)

Friday 7th October
  8.30: Registration
  9.00: Keynote – Tony Brandenbury (President of the ACCE)
  9.45: Five workshops to choose from
10.40: Morning tea
11.20: Five workshops to choose from
12.20: Five workshops to choose from
  1.20: Lunch
  2.15: Visit to iVec Super-computer: Presentation by Valerie Maxville
  4.00: Prizes, close and drinks

Examples of Workshops
Differentiated learning with ICT
Green screen video effects
Free things to do with your 1:1 laptop
IEARN projects for teachers
Teaching online with Adobe Connect.
iPad – implementation in schools in a crafted skill
The ART of storytelling
Robotics in junior and middle primary
An exemplar of 21st century teaching and learning: the Cisco Networking Academy
Figuring out fun: Exploring teacher and learner perceptions of ‘fun’ in language Learning with ICTs
Integrating IT: lessons learned over 5 years
Experiences at ISTE
Digital forms of assessment in Physical Education
The Future of Learning is Mobile

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