Our Presenters and Speakers:

The Conference Committee is keen to offer the very best in professional development opportunities at the ECAWA 2017 State Conference. We are very appreciative of the contribution of both new presenters you may be meeting for the first time, and the highly experienced educators and presenters our members always value so highly.  These colleagues make a real and practical contribution to the continuing development of the use of Technologies in Western Australian schools.

The times of the presentations and workshops listed below can be seen on the programme summary (grids) linked below, however please bear in mind that some changes may still be necessary even in the lead up to the event.

⇒  Programme Grid Friday the 23rd of June          ⇒ Programme Grid Saturday the 24th of June 

 


 

Five Keynote Addresses:

Keynote Address – Friday 23rd of June – 8.45am

Thomas C. Reeves, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus of Learning, Design, and Technology
College of Education, University of Georgia

 

Keynote Address – Friday 23rd of June – 10.00am

Professor Mark W Hackling

Emeritus Professor, School of Education, ECU
Chair of the STEM Education Consortium

 

Keynote Address – Friday 23rd of June – 3.00pm

Dr Karsten Shulz

CEO – Digital Technologies Institute

 

Keynote Address- Saturday 24th of June – 8.40am

Dr Tim Kitchen

Adobe’s Senior Education Specialist – Asia Pacific

 

Keynote Address – Saturday 24th of June – 3.00pm

Dr James Curran

Academic Director, Australian Computing Academy, University of Sydney and  Lead writer – Australian Curriculum – Digital Technologies

 

 


Concurrent Presentations and Workshops include:

(Please note that some presentations will occupy two or more time slots. This is noted in the linked information about each presentation so that you can plan your personal programme.)

Friday the 23rd of June – 11.00 am – 12.30pm (double length presentations)
Dr Karsten Schulz
Dr James Curran
Chris Betcher
Friday the 23rd of June – 11.00 am – 11.45am
Dr Thomas C Reeves
Michelle Pestel
Roland Gesthuizen
Daniel Budd
Friday the 23rd of June – 11.45 am – 12.30pm
Brett Sullivan
Debbie Yates
Dr Paul Newhouse
Paul Moro
Friday the 23rd of June – 1.30 pm – 2.15pm (double length presentations)
Steven Payne
Dr James Curran
Dr Tim Kitchen
Kim Flintoff
Chris Anderson
Alex Myer
Chris Betcher
Saturday the 24th of June  – 9.30am – 11.00am (double length presentations)
Pip Cleaves
Dr James Curran
Steven Payne
Michelle Sandford
David Brown
Saturday the 24th of June  – 9.30am – 10.15am
Robin McKean
Drew Mayhills
Saturday the 24th of June  – 10.15am – 11.00am
Roland Gesthuizen
Brad Howard
Saturday the 24th of June  – 11.30am – 12.55pm (double length presentations)
Jan Honnens
Dr James Curran
Chris Betcher
George Coldham
Paul Moro
Saturday the 24th of June  – 11.30am – 12.15pm
Dr Nicole Johnson
Aidan McCarthy, Dr Cathy Cavanaugh and Dr Ginno Kelley
Saturday the 24th of June  – 12.15pm – 12.55pm 
Yvonne Harrison
 Paul Smargiassi
Saturday the 24th of June  – 1.30pm – 3.00pm (double length presentations)
Dr Karsten Schulz
Dr James Curran
Cari Jansen
George Coldham
Saturday the 24th of June  – 1.30pm – 2.15pm
Steven Payne
 Mike Ross
Kim Flintoff
Saturday the 24th of June – 2.15pm – 3.00pm
Steven Payne
Aidan McCarthy, Dr Cathy Cavanaugh and Dr Ginno Kelley
Geoff Kaye

In brief:

ECAWA 2017 State Conference
Dates: Friday the 23rd and Saturday the 24th of June, 2017
Venue: ECU Mount Lawley Campus – a map of the venue is available.  Download the Map
Parking:
 Free parking is available only in Parking Area 7 – the RED Zone.  A map showing the parking area and the venue is available. Download the Map
Buy Tickets: Choose your ticket and pay online at http://bit.ly/ECAWA2017ConferenceTickets
Presenters and Presentations: http://bit.ly/ECAWA2017Presentations
Information: http://bit.ly/ECAWA17
Record keeping: Certificates recording your participation in this event will be made available at the event
Enquiries: contact conference@ecawa.wa.edu.au or secretary@ecawa.wa.edu.au 
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