EdVET 2017 is over, but stay tuned!

International guest speaker, Trina Hoefling, will be in Melbourne on the 28th April to share her views on partnering with industry to ensure students are what the workplace needs.

Join us for some enlightening talks and workshops, covering topics such as online facilitation, meeting student expectations, quality assurance, blended learning and flipped classrooms.

Key Speakers

Trina Hoefling

Virtual management pioneer, author and co-founder of The Smart Workplace, Trina Hoefling, will be speaking about online education, listening to the customer and being responsive to technology advancements and workplace trends.

Don’t miss out on this one-off opportunity to grow as an educator.

Review some of Trina's work:

Andrew Douch

Andrew Douch is a well-respected teacher, presenter and education consultant with 22 years classroom experience. Well known for his innovative approaches to teaching and learning, he helps teachers amplify their impact on student learning by inspiring new thinking about teaching effectively in a technology-rich world.

Andrew will be speaking on using technology to amplify learning in the classroom.

Review some of Andrew's work:

Also featuring:

Allison Miller

Digital Capability

The many faces of social media: Attracting, supporting and retaining learners

Sarah Phillips & Miriam Reynoldson

Pop Education

Casting light on simulations for assessment

Steven Bergen

Chisholm Institute

Towards a Moodle quality assurance framework

Karen Eager & Kathrin Colgan

Chisholm Institute

Techknowledgey. Using tech to meet rapidly changing ESOL student expectations

Christine Nicholas

GOTAFE

Using Mahara to capture vocational competency

Michael Gwyther

Yum Studio

The return of online facilitation

Clint Smith

LearnWorks

Will there be fries with that? Customising blended training solutions for industry

Schedule

8:45amW12Coffee and Registration
9:10amW17

Welcome & Opening of Conference

John Collins, eWorks

9:30amW17

Keynote: Teaching tomorrow's workforce today

Trina Hoefling, joined by Geoff Young and Phillip Murphy

10:30amW12Morning Tea
Room No.W13W17W17 - Break out Room
SESSION A
11:00am - 11:50am

Techknowledgey. Using technology to meet rapidly changing ESOL student expectations

Karen Eager & Kathrin Colgan

Chisholm Institute

The return of online facilitation

Michael Gwyther

Yum Studio

Using Mahara to capture vocational competency

Christine Nicholas

GOTAFE

SESSION B
11:55am - 12:45pm

Will there be fries with that? Customising blended training solutions for industry: a case study

Clint Smith

LearnWorks

Teacher as online facilitator, Role Model, Stringent Evaluator AND slacker: What one early adopter learned about online teaching

Trina Hoefling

The Smart Workplace

Towards a Moodle Quality Assurance Framework

Steven Bergen

Chisholm Institute

12:45pm - 1:45pmW12Lunch
1:00pmW12Project Showcase - WALECTRA Artefacts Repository & Curation
Room No.W13W17W17 - Break out Room
SESSION C
1:45pm - 2:45pm

The many faces of social media: Attracting, supporting and retaining learners

Allison Miller

Digital Capability

The Tools of Engagement

Andrew Douch

Evolveducation

Casting Light on simulations for assessment

Sarah Phillips & Miriam Reynoldson

Pop Education

2:45pmW12Afternoon Tea
3:00pmW17

Keynote: Technology that amplifies learning in the classroom

Andrew Douch

4:00pm - 4:30pmW17

Close of Conference

Brad Beach

Key information

EdVET 2017 will be held on:

28 April 2017

9.00am – 4.30pm

at:

Kangan Institute Docklands

1 Batmans Hill Drive, Docklands VIC 3008

Nearby accommodation

Hotel (website)DistanceWalking time
Travelodge Docklands0.5km6 mins
Batman's Hill on Collins0.7km10 mins
Quest Apartments0.4km5 mins
Grand Mercure Apartments1.4km17 mins

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