Dr Michael Henderson – ECAWA Keynote Speaker 2015

Dr Michael Henderson spends most of his time being enjoyably frustrated with the ‘wicked problem’ of educational technology.

Michael is senior researcher in Educational Technology in the Faculty of Education at Monash University. He researches in the field of eLearning and teaches postgraduate studies in digital instructional design and critical thinking around ‘edtech’. Over the past decade he has provided expert advice to Australian and international agencies in the field of eLearning, cybersafety and assessment. Michael’s research ranges from early childhood to tertiary settings, and has ranged across virtual learning environments, virtual worlds, social media including the risks of teaching with social network sites, the role of data in schools, and technology based feedback.

Prior to joining Monash University Michael taught for 10 years in regional and metropolitan schools in both Australia and the United Kingdom. He continues to be involved in schools through his many projects and being a proud member of the Digital Learning and Teaching Victoria (DLTV) Management Committee and co-editor of their journal. Michael is a lead editor for the Australasian Journal of Educational Technology and is a foundation member of the ‘Learning with New Media Research Group’, which provides leadership in rigorous empirical research into teaching and learning and the roles of technologies. He is currently editing a text book for pre-service teachers on “Teaching and Digital Technologies: critical issues and big ideas.”


Join Dr Michael Henderson at the ECAWA 2015 State Conference at Scotch College.

In brief….

Dates: Thursday the 16th and Friday the 17th of April
Venue: Scotch College, Swanbourne
Details: http://bit.ly/ECAWA2015StateConference
Download the brochure: http://bit.ly/ECAWA2015ConferenceBrochure
Register: http://bit.ly/ECAWARegisterNow2015


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