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SPEAKER LIST

Keynote Speakers and Panelists

Jenny Gray, CEO, Zoos Victoria

Adrian Piccoli, Director, Gonksi Institute for Education

Pasi Sahlberg, Education Policy & Research Director, Gonksi Institute for Education

Peter Hutton, Education Consultant Future Schools Alliance, and former school principal

Yasodai Selvakumaran, Head Teacher (Professional Practice), Rooty Hill High School and Department of Education Teacher Ambassador, School Operations and Performance

Dylan Chown, Research Fellow, Centre for Islamic Thought and Education (CITE), UniSA

David Howes, Chief Executive Officer, Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority

Bronwyn Joyce, Teacher and Founder Our Global Classroom

Ged Kearney MP, Member for Cooper, Victoria

Michele Bruniges, Secretary, Australian Department of Education

Paper and Workshop Presenters

Bruce Addison, Deputy Principal (Academic), Brisbane Girls Grammar School - Thinking beyond performativity: Refocusing Year 7 assessment and learning

Joanna Baker, Director of Teaching and Learning, Melbourne Girls Grammar School - Teacher as designer? The shifting relationship between teacher, student and curriculum

Fiona Bowen, Museum of Australian Democracy - Inspiring students to be active citizens who create change

Daryl Castellino, Santa Sophia Catholic College, Box Hill, Sydney - The three phases of learning (Surface, Deep & Transfer)

Helen Champion, Curriculum Specialist, Australian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (ACARA) - Achieving curriculum excellence

Dylan Chown, Research Fellow, Centre for Islamic Thought and Education (CITE), School of Education, UniSA - Culturally and religiously responsive pedagogy: Resisting thin equity and promoting greater intercultural understanding

David Cramb, Principal, Logan Village State School - Student engagement and personalised learning for the 21st Century.

Linda Cranley, Senior Lecturer, Primary Degree Program Coordinator, University of Notre Dame Australia - Empowering children to engage with the Australian History curriculum: What is old is new again

Cornelia DeBrincat, Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority - Rekindling student engagement, an integrated approach to the delivery of the VCAL

Christopher Deneen, Senior Lecturer, Melbourne Center for the Study of Higher Education, The University of Melbourne - Flexible approaches in higher education curriculum and assessment

Shae Dunbar, Lindfield Learning Village - How an individual learning pathway and personalised projects shape and shift pedagogy within an innovative context

Nicolee Eiby, Head of Junior School, Ipswich Junior Grammar School - Using data to inform, personalise and enhance learning: One school's data and feedback process

Val Furphy, Vice Principal, Perth Modern School, Perth Western Australia - Meeting the needs of academically gifted learners in the Modern world.

Ryan Gill, Head of Learning and Teaching 7-12, Masada College - Sparking the curiosity: How K-12 teachers cultivate students’ curiosity to enhance engagement and deepen understanding

Sam Hardwicke, Educator Program Manager, Questacon - Break silos, Build culture

Steve Harrison, Huon Valley Trade Training Centre - School or Workplace? Rethinking relationships; maximising purposeful learning

Lois Joll, Principal, Perth Modern School, Perth Western Australia - Meeting the needs of academically gifted learners in the Modern world

Natalie Jonas, Curriculum Specialist, Australian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (ACARA) - Achieving curriculum excellence

Lisa Kalocsai, Santa Sophia Catholic College, Box Hill, Sydney - Exploring the use of qualitative data to develop assessment capable learners

Cheryl Laks, Learning Programs Coordinator, Melbourne Zoo - Solving real world problems with STEM and Design Thinking at the Zoo​

Emily Liccioni, School Development Coach, New Tech Network Australia - Taking the reins through agency: How schools can foster a growth mindset and empower students with the skills needed for academic and personal success​

Greg Longney, Director of Learning and Enrichment, Barker College, Sydney - Three years of hope and despair: Refocusing the curriculum for gifted learners

Michelle Lucas, Mathematics and Science Teacher, Inaburra School - A TASTE for learning

Sharyn Livy, Monash University - Achieving growth through capitalising on students' mathematical data

Ivy Magistrado, Santa Sophia Catholic College, Box Hill, Sydney - The three phases of learning (Surface, Deep & Transfer)

Megan McCrone, Senior Education Officer, Australian Electoral Commission - Voting in the classroom

Tracey Muir, Associate Professor in Mathematics Education, University of Tasmania - Achieving growth through capitalising on students' mathematical data

Amy Murphy, Lindfield Learning Village - How an individual learning pathway and personalised projects shape and shift pedagogy within an innovative context

Stephanie Musgrave, Santa Sophia Catholic College, Box Hill, Sydney - Exploring the use of qualitative data to develop Assessment Capable Learners

Michael Prosser, Associate Professor, Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education, The University of Melbourne - Flexible approaches in higher education curriculum and assessment

Jenene Rosser, Independent Schools Queensland - Are learning progressions the panacea the Australian schooling sector needs?

Lauren Sayer, Director of Digital Learning, Haileybury - Blended Learning - Moving from learning management systems to learner experience platforms in schools

Bradley Scanlon, Director of School Development, New Tech Network Australia - Essential ingredients for school change​

Jake Schouten, HSIE Teacher, Helensvale State High School - Rigorous project based learning: Independent deeper thinking
Lezah Semple, Deputy Head of Junior School, Ipswich Junior Grammar School - Using data to inform, personalise and enhance learning: One school's data and feedback process

Alexander Symonds, HSIE Teacher, Masada College - Question the question: How can we help students improve their ability to apply content knowledge?

Simon Taylor,  Academic Teaching Scholar, Victoria University - Break silos, Build culture

Frazer Thorpe, Learning Innovation Leader, Melbourne Zoo - Solving real world problems with STEM and Design Thinking at the Zoo​

Michael Watt, Education consultant - The National School Reform Agreement: Its implications for curriculum reform

Mathew White, Associate Professor, Program Director, Master of Education, The University of Adelaide - To be engaged or engaging? Initial teacher educators’ perception of character development and pedagogies

Deborah Williams, Academic Dean, Trinity Grammar School, Sydney - Assessment and reporting: Reforming schoolwide structures to promote student growth and engagement

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