2013 Workshop Descriptors

Here are the workshop descriptors for 2013

 

Above: Ballarat HS performs live to Vic school audiences from Sydney Opera – experience a live international concert and attend a workshop to hear how you can run your own event.

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTORS

A . Keynote Day One: Myf Powell
Title: It’s a collaborative world
Description: Working collaboratively is a key skill in the 21stCentury workplace and at the heart of blended learning approaches. But what does it actually mean to collaborate and how can you structure learning activities to provide opportunities for students to collaborate more deeply?This session will explore practical approaches to help identify and understand the quality of collaboration and develop student skills.
B. Dr. Allison Powell USA (iNACOL, USA)

Title:
A Roadmap to Implementing Blended Learning
Description: Blended Learning is allowing schools to use real-time data to personalize learning for each student in a variety of ways with the use of technology. iNACOL documented the implementation of blended learning at several schools across the country and discovered six common elements necessary for implementing any model of blended learning. Speakers will share why: Leadership, Professional Development, Teaching/Instructional Practice, Operations/Administrative Systems/Policy, Content and Technology are essential to any planning or implementation. Promising practices will also be shared regarding the implementation of high quality blended learning programs. A live MSLYNC link (projected onto a big screen) to the USA will be established to facilitate this workshop with Dr. Powell
C. Bryn Hills Regional Music Coordinator SWRV ACMI Venue host during the concert: Jo Tate

Title:
Live International Concert
Description:2nd Annual Revolution Recital this year!  Understand the full capacity and collaborative potential of video conferencing by attending this live international concert with musical performances from schools based in countries around the globe. On Day Two you have an opportunity to meet Bryn Hills (Ballarat HS) the Concert Coordinator in person at his Music Workshop (select Workshop O) to ask him questions about organising your own global project event!A live Polycom link to a virtual room will facilitate this concert.
D. Ellen Molley (ACMI) Repeated session(Day 1 Workshop 1, Day 2 Workshop 3)
Title: 15 Second Place
Description: This workshop introduces the basic codes and conventions of filmmaking focusing on camera shots and techniques. It also gives skills in shooting with a camera phone, explains the digital responsibility of using mobile devices to create video footage and working in teams.Each participant will have the opportunity to direct and create a 15 second short film which will be shared online. The session promotes critical thinking about positive content creation, online engagement and cyber ethics.
E. Jo Tate (DEED Vic Virtual Learning Project) and Dr Myung-sook Auh (University of New England NSW)


Title: Pedagogical strategies for using videoconferencing
Description:Discover the pedagogical strategies for using videoconferencing effectively.  View a wide range of curriculum models of practice and delivery using video conferencing  (including the Asia ConneXions project involving Australian schools) and discuss the essential keys to engagement and success in any subject area.
F. ACMI Staff Repeated session(Day 1 Workshops 1,2 )
Title: Mediatheque
Description:This screen culture resource centre provides access to a wealth of audio and video content from the collections of ACMI and the National Film and Sound Archive.From early footage of the Melbourne Cup and the landmark The Story of the Kelly Gang to award-winning animation and shorts, you can access moving image content for research, learning and entertainment.
G. Natasha Lukman and Sammy Yin ( The Gordon Institute & Lightmare partnership)

Title: “Get connected, Get creative and Get paid”
Description:
“Introducing a unique Interactive Design Program developed by Lightmare Studios (an Australian game and software development company) and The Gordon TAFE (Victoria’s largest regional stand-alone TAFE), funded in part by the Australian Government. It incorporates a virtual class and employment model, delivering traineeships in digital arts for games using the NBN, new broadband-enabled technologies. Year 10 and 11 secondary school or home school students completing VCE or VCAL are welcome to apply for this innovative school-based traineeship program, running both semesters in 2014. This Pilot education program enables students from across Victoria to study online in a virtual classroom and participate in a paid online workgroup environment for Lightmare Studios, outside of school hours in real-time, contributing to commercial game projects and building a digital arts portfolio. Students who successfully complete the traineeship will earn a Certificate III in Media.  A demonstration of the virtual classroom in action will be presented by The Gordon and Lightmare Studios at the workshop.”
H. Angela Casey, Education Manager, Robert Bunzli (National Museum)
Title: The National Museum of Australia’s education video conference program
Description:The National Museum of Australia is the repository of thousands of stories of Australian history, told through a vast collection of objects and artefacts, and video conferencing is one way we make these stories available to students across Australia.Our VC topics include Indigenous Rights and Freedoms, Making the nation of Australia, Investigating historical sources, Australian inventions and innovations, Post-Second World War migration and Extension History (Yr 12), with more topics to come soon.Our education videoconference programs use a mixture of object interrogation, inquiry-based learning, audio-visual information and presentation by Museum educators and experts from the Museum’s curatorial and research sections. The programs are all designed with links to the Australian Curriculum – History, are suitable for students from Year 4 to Year 12, and come with pre- and post-program activities.In this session you will learn about the Museum’s VC topics, the interactive techniques used to engage your students, and how to book a session and make the connection
I. Vincent Trundle (ACMI Team) and Gary Schultz (Vic Virtual Learning Project Team)
Title:
Introduction to Video Conferencing
Description: This session provides a focus on a practical introduction to video conferencing, incorporating the use of technologies, such as Polycom video conferencing units, and MSLYNC in primary and secondary classrooms. It has a focus on creating engaging and effective content for your video conference sessions.
J. Ellen (ACMI Team) Repeated session (Day 1, Workshops 2, 3 and at conclusion o workshops DAY One)
Title: Spectacle 
Description: A ground breaking exploration of music video as a contemporary art form. (Additional Cost $7.00)With over 300 clips spanning nine decades, Spectacle follows how the art of the music video has progressed, from clips of 1920s jazz legends through to videos by Madonna, Lady Gaga and other contemporary artists.Powerful imagery and music surround you as you journey through a labyrinth of interactive installations, sets, immersive environments, original props and costumes.
K. Myf Powell
Title: Collaboration using OneNote
Description:Collaboration is an essential skill for students in school as well as for their future careers in the workplace. This practical hands-on session focusses on OneNote and how it can support collaborative working with both students and staff and would be appropriate for beginner or intermediate users. Bring your own device with OneNote if you have it or we can provide a device for the session.
L. Kylie Smith (Goroke P12), Jen Tuckwell (Kaniva College), Brandi Galphin (Horsham College) Talk to the Experts  
Title:
Talk to the Experts
Description: A team of experienced VCE classroom teachers in a range of method areas using blended learning (incorporating video conferencing) on a weekly basis present this session.  Hear about the challenges, rewards and journeys from across the curriculum.  Clarify any questions you might have.
M. Britt Gow (Hawkesdale P12)

 
Title:
Improving Student Outcomes in Blended Learning Environments
Description:  Blended learning, using a combination of face-to-face classes and online platforms, has the potential to offer a broad range of subject choices to students in rural and regional areas. This approach will also allow small schools with limited staff availability to operate more sustainably, by sharing the knowledge and expertise they have across clusters of schools.However, online teaching and learning is a relatively new alternative to traditional classes in the Victorian education system and has significant challenges to be overcome before it can be effectively used across the state. Teachers and students considering this learning approach need to know their potential for success and what they can do to improve student outcomes. During this workshop participants will discuss the factors that contribute to successful online learning and formulate a survey to gain data that may assist us to identify the factors that support blended learning approaches.During this workshop Britt Gow, who has been teaching VCE classes online for the past three years, will present her findings and facilitate the discussion of the experiences of other participants. Participants will formulate a student/teacher survey that may be used to assist us to gain data to answer the following questions:

  • Are some students more likely to complete their studies and achieve good outcomes by participating in an online learning environment?
  • What characteristics of students are likely indicators of success in an online learning environment?
  • Is virtual, blended provision just a different way of doing the same things?
  • What teaching strategies are more effective in an online learning environment?
  • What aspects of virtual classrooms are advantageous to student learning?
  • What can schools do to support new ways of teaching and learning?

How can online learning environments impact school organisation

Britt has taught Maths and Science at Hawkesdale College since 2002 and has embraced the use of social media, such a blogs, wikis, nings, Skype, Twitter and Facebook. Britt is the 2013 DEECD Victorian Secondary Teacher of the Year and a popular presenter at state, national and virtual conferences and online webinars, incuding Slide@Learn, ICTEV, STAV and CONASTA.

Digital Toolbox: http://digitaltoolbox.wikispaces.com

N.  State-wide Science Excellence Centres GTAC (Jacinta Duncan) VSSEC (Danielle Shean and Beverley MacDonald) Earth Ed (Grant Henderson)


Title: Science virtual outreach Victoria P-12  Description: Discover how schools P-12 can access the Victorian Science Centres of Excellence directly from the classroom using video conferencing technology.  Explore some of the adventures that have taken place this year in virtual delivery of Science.  Hear about the wonderful programs (Free or at nominal charge for posted materials) that are currently available to Victorian schools. Experience a live linkup to one of the Centres during this workshop.
O. Bryn Hills and Damian Woods (Ballarat HS)  Title: Instrumental and Class Room Music Education by Video Conference
Description: The workshop will explore the practical application of video conference musical possibilities.  The presenters coordinate the International Concert held during Day One of this conference.
This will include projects already undertaken such as ; The term long drum lesson series, a variety of master classes, the Opera Australia collaboration (a two month series of lessons culminating in a video conference concert from Sydney to Victorian schools), the International Concert, which featured musical acts from around the world and discussion of possibilities for future projects. It was this very Conference last year that initiated the Opera Australia/Ballarat High collaboration. The session will also demonstrate a musical video conference demonstration.
P. Jess Cail (Lockington Consolidated School), Heather Lin (Canadian Lead PS), Peta Tracey(Ikeda) (Trawalla PS), Ken Ikeda (Lismore PS)  Title: Virtual delivery of Language
Description:  Experience live delivery of a lesson in this session! – then talk to experienced practitioners involved in virtual language delivery on a weekly basis.   Presenters will outline some of the lessons learnt along the way that ensure smooth, engaging lessons for all students then address questions from the audience about their approaches to blended learning and teaching languages using video conferencing.
Q.   Bruce Carpenter and Kyle Staggard ( Bendigo Senior Secondary College)  Title: Instructional design – Transferring your traditional teaching to blended learning
Description: Victorian Virtual Learning Network (VVLN)For the past five years Bendigo Senior Secondary College has been developing VCE courses for online delivery to other schools. These courses are fully online, asynchronous and contain a variety of interactive learning objects. Delivery of these Victorian Virtual Learning Network courses occurs on a Moodle platform and is supported by a synchronous component. In this presentation VVLN course developers and online teachers will describe the instructional design challenges they faced in catering for online learners and the approaches they used in creating their courses.
R. Peta Tracey (Trawalla PS) and Moira Turner (Principal Lismore PS) Ken Ikeda(Lismore PS) (Hawkesdale P-12)  Title: A Global classroom case study – Live language lesson and Japanese Art Mile
Description: Explore how two schools are linking live to Japan for an exciting X-Curriculum project where student share construction of giant painted mural canvas. Observe a live lesson in Japanese being transmitted by a teacher responsible for 8 schools’ virtual delivery of language programs this year.  Take the opportunity to discuss the pedagogy with experienced teachers.
S.  Natalie Sullivan (Questacon)  Title:Questacon
Description: The National Science and Technology Centre has been engaging students via video conference since 2009. Their activities have ranged from large, multipoint events with international institutions, to highly interactive 1:1 workshops. During this showcase session, have fun with science and technology and experience a Questacon Virtual Workshop as students do.
T. Vincent Trundle  ACMI ( Repeated)(Day 1 Workshop  4, Day 2 Workshop 1)  Title: Fast Forward: Filmmaking with iPads Learn filmmaking fast!
Description: This innovative workshop is designed to demystify the filmmaking process. This session aims to develop confidence and creativity in relation to incorporating filmmaking into classroom activities. In small teams participants plan and storyboard ideas before racing around Federation Square to locate, perform in, direct and shoot a 60 second short, sharp film.(ipads are  provided for these workshops Limit to 25 participants.)
U. Rochelle McKewan (Deakin University) and Gary Schultz (Vic Virtual Learning Project)  Title: Sustaining VCE through virtual provision – new strategies
Description: Showcasing a new online database developed by a talented Deakin University student which facilitates location of remote delivery VCE, VCAL and VET classes, generating and emailing matches for registered schools.  Gary will outline a new shared self-funded cluster approach to coordination of timetables and staffing of VCE through virtual delivery.
V. Marci Powell (Global Director for Education Polycom)   Day 2 Keynote Keynote Day 2  Keynote:

Global Trends and Pedagogical Best Practices: Video for Learning
Description: Educators must teach differently to ensure students are prepared for the global workplace, and they must address the way students learn today which is different from the students of yesterday.  The innovation occurring globally surrounding video-enabled blended learning is empowering us to meet the demand of our rapidly changing society. The ability to visually collaborate, share knowledge, and connect to the world is empowering educators to transform the learning environment thus motivating, and engaging students of all ages.From among the most transformative classrooms, we will hear from Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula Borough School District (KPBSD) regarding their highly successful Classroom WithOut Walls (CWOW) project which combines videoconferencing with texting, mobile computing and other tools to deliver an experience that transcends traditional classroom instruction.  Join us as we explore global trends and pedagogical best practices that are transforming the way we teach and students learn.  

W. Terry Godwaldt (Edmonton Canada) Title:

Global Encounters: Taking Your Classroom Global
Description: TakingITGlobal and the Centre for Global Education presents: Global Encounters! This program brings together students from across the world through live video conferences that explore global issues and the potential youth have to shape a better world. The purpose of this workshop is to introduce participants to the purpose and methodology that drive this program, as well as the outcomes experienced among students in the program. Participants will be taken through the experience of participating classes, including the introduction to pre-conference curriculum in TIGed’s virtual classrooms, the collaborative work that takes place between students from all over the world, and the format of the conferences. Examples of past videoconferences, curriculum and guest speakers will be explored, including events related to the topics of HIV/AIDS, climate change, and child soldiers. To get a tangible sense of the format and content of Global Encounters, excerpt recordings of past events will be shown. Students who participate in Global Encounters walk away with a deeper understanding for the global issue at hand, a community of peers from around the world, and an appreciation of their potential as agents of change in their local and global communities. Join us to learn more!Terry Godwaldt
International Facilitator
The Centre for Global Education
Edmonton, Canadaterry@tcge.ca http://tcge.tiged.org

X. Ben Newsome (Fizzics Education)  Title: Science education via video conference
Description: Explore how video conferencing can be used to link students with experts from around the globe.During this session you will participate in science experiments guided by a remote educator during a live video conference. Find out about Virtual Excursions Australia, a portal for schools to contact Australian video conference content providers as well as how to connect your school with others in Australia and beyond. The session will be run by Ben Newsome, 2013 Churchill Fellow and founder of Fizzics Education, a science education company that reaches over 70,000 students per year via incursion and video conference.
ZZ. Philip Walker (Principal Leader Early Years and Schools – Curriculum Services Tasmania) and Ashton Hunter ( Curriculum Coordinator Nth Sydney Regional Office)
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NSW Video previewTitle: Interstate Snapshots
Description: Northern Sydney Region has established a talented team of teachers who deliver Chinese language curriculum weekly through Polycom technology.  Much can be learnt from their structured approach to dedicated provision of curriculum through blended learning.Department of Education Tasmania have set up a trial of some Polycom VC units as a part of a Commonwealth funded NBN project to explore delivery between some of our Year 11/12 Colleges and associated regional/remote high schools.
Y. Mickey Revenaugh (Founding members of Connections Academy but has also served as the Chair of the Board for iNACOL)
Title: Planning for quality blended learning
Description: Data on student outcomes show that online and blended programs can be high-quality, low-quality, or in between. These results demonstrate the need for planning and investment by districts, schools, consortia, education service agencies and other entities that wish to create or expand online or blended learning options for students.  (Please refer to the Planning for Quality Evergreen document attached here when considering this workshop) Mickey is not only one of the founding members of Connections Academy but has also served as the Chair of the Board for iNACOL and was a key collaborator on the Evergreen document.
AA. Ashley Hall (ACMI Education)
Title: How to make an iPhone app
Description: Focusing on the app development capabilities of Adobe Flash Professional, this presentation will introduce participants to the basics of Apple and Android device app development.  Participants unfamiliar with using Adobe Flash Professional will be given access to online introductory video tutorials created by the presenter, as well as a copy of his interactive iBook Creating Apps Using Adobe Flash
BB.  Jo Tate (DEECD Vic Virtual Learning Project) and Lisa Hayman (AEF) 
Title: Asian Sister School Connections
Description: Thinking of making curriculum connections into Asia? Share journeys currently underway in Victorian schools reaching out to Asia for curriculum collaboration.   Understand the relevant programs, tools and avenues available to you to assist in this journey to developing global citizenship for your students.
CC. Corey Pohlner (Skipton PS) and Sam Dean (My Chinese tutor)
Title: Don’t Let Asia Phase Ya: A blended global approach to teaching Chinese
Description: We will explore the use of video conferencing technologies and hardware already present in school classrooms to connect your classroom to Beijing-based language tutors. We will discuss the Chinese Culture and Language program provided to Skipton Primary School by 3rd party provider, My Chinese Tutor, as a Language program enhancement for rural and metro schools. We might even conduct a lesson with a Beijing-based tutor live in the workshop!
DD. Robert Bunzli (National Museum)
Title: Through the eyes of a robot: telepresence virtually takes you there
Description:The National Museum of Australia is now offering virtual tours of its galleries using robot technology.Our two new Museum Robots break new ground in the delivery of educational programming about museum exhibitions and collections for remote audiences, especially school studentsThe Mobile Robot Telepresence Education Program combines mobile robot technology with a 360 degree panoramic camera to enable remote visitors to independently control their ‘view’ of a museum gallery space from their computer or smart board via the National Broadband Network or similar high bandwidth connection.A museum educator operates the robot and interacts with their remote audience through a variety of in-built interactive features. Remote audiences can also access additional information about museum objects and other historical evidence/collections material through an augmented reality feature.The program is designed to deliver a compelling learning experience for the audience.This advanced mobile telepresence technology was developed by the CSIRO and funded by the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy.In this presentation we will explore how the robot program is proceeding, hear what teachers and students think about this new medium, and learn how you can connect your class to the museum through the eyes of the robot.

Presenter: Robert Bunzli, Special Education Projects Manager, National Museum of Australia

EE Moira Turner (Lismore PS) and Concetta Gotlieb (Electroboard Education Team) Title: Collaborative Literacy Project – Nanberry
Description: This session will cover the project Nanberry.  This project allowed students from across Australia to provide students with an opportunity to explore the text Nanberry – Black Brother White including themes such as British colonisation, Aboriginal history and culture, family, racism, environment and sustainability.  Students were able to compare stories of first contact in different locations.  The project also allowed students to meet the National Curriculum focus on communicating in online environments, creating multimodal texts and using Australian literature. Moira Turner from Lismore Public School and Concetta Gotlieb from ELECTROBOARD will discuss the benefits and challenges of working on collaborative projects using video conferencing technologies.
FF. Vincent Trundle (ACMI)
Title: Learning to Green Screen
Description: Participants use green screen and chroma key technology to create improvised scenes in response to a range of challenges that encourage quick thinking, creativity and spontaneous responses. Through this participatory production experience, teachers learn where and how the green screen can be used in the classroom to develop confidence and team-building skills and to produce short and sharp live television.
GG. Anne Murchinson     (Hawkesdale P-12)
Title: Local and Global in the Blender
Description: Hawkesdale P12 College is a small, rural school, where innovative teachers have reached out to connect, communicate, collaborate and learn collectively, both locally and across the globe.Anne Mirtschin will discuss the importance and benefits of global connections and some of the tools used for synchronous and asynchronous learning. Stories will be shared to outline the learning that takes place, the challenges confronted, where to find learning partners and global projects. Tips and resources to support blended learning will be shared with participants.
II. Ingrid Wood, Grace Di Muzio, NGV Educators Title: Connect with the National Gallery of Victoria
Description: Discover how you can connect your class with the National Gallery of Victoria through web or video conferencing.   The session includes a discussion of the successful design challenge program that was presented via video conferencing in conjunction with the exhibition Containment2012 Cicely and Colin  Rigg Design Award and a focus on learning opportunities incorporating web and video conferences  for Melbourne Now(22 November 2013 – 23 March 2014), a landmark exhibition of contemporary art and design.  Participants will also be invited to discuss ideas for programs linking their own classrooms to the NGV.Presenters: Ingrid Wood, Grace Di Muzio, NGV Educators
JJ.  Ingrid Wood, Grace Di Muzio, NGV Educators

‘Melbourne Now’  viewingFollowing the conclusion of the conference program on Tuesday 10 December conference delegates are invited to an introductory discussion and viewing of Melbourne Now  at The Ian Potter Centre, NGV Australia.  Melbourne Now celebrates contemporary Melbourne and the creative practitioners who have profoundly contributed to its unique and dynamic cultural landscape. http://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/whats-on/exhibitions/exhibitions/melbourne-nowMeet in the foyer of The Ian Potter Centre, NGV Australia, Federation Square at 3.45 pm.  Max 40 participants.  (free)
KK. Myf Powell
Title: Collaboration in the Cloud
Description: Working collaboratively involves sharing responsibility, making decisions together and ultimately co-creating an end product. What tools are available to make this process effective and efficient both within and across schools? In this hands-on session we will explore how Office 365 supports collaboration through the cloud, bringing together email, calendars, Sharepoint, Skydrive and Lync. Bring your own device with a browser or we can provide one for the session. 
LL. Kathleen Frank (Assistant Director e-Mission Programs Challenger Learning Centre USA)  Title: Hello from The Challenger – US Space StationAttend a teacher training session that involves conducting an actual mission (just like the missions we provide for students) so that the educators can see first-hand how the program works.  The sessions are always fun because the missions rely on the student teams to manage a crisis using their math skills and science knowledge in an on-going way.  Critical thinking and problem solving are key.Gain an overview of the programs; narrow the focus to the mission (or e-Lab) selected, and then we fly the mission (elab) during the workshop.  Q&A follows. http://www.e-missions.net/
MM. (Part 1 & Part 2)
Jenny Pesina – Melbourne University (Please note this outstanding workshop runs for  2 sessions with the morning team break occurring after the first hour)
 Title: Mobile Learning Design Principles WorkshopThis workshop introduces relevant learning theories and explains how they could be used for mobile learning design. It also gives an overview of the mobile design principles. Participants will engage in a discussion on their personal experiences with mobile learning and will get an opportunity to think and structure their mobile learning ideas using practical hands-on exercises.Jenny Pesina is an e-Learning Specialist and Multimedia Developer with the Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, Faculty of Business and Economics, The University of Melbourne. She has over fifteen years’ experience in front end web development, interface design and educational media production. Over the last six years Jenny has been heavily involved in educational technologies implementations and research, including e-learning, blended and mobile learning. Jenny frequently presents and facilitates workshops at local and overseas conferences. Her personal research is in implementations of mobile learning in education and mobile user experience. Further career history includes extensive commercial work experience in the multimedia industry, including contracts with various Australian companies.
 OO. Sue Beveridge – Electroboard Education Team Title: Connecting Australian Classrooms for the BIG 6CsDescription:This presentation will provide case studies of Australian innovations in the use of video conferencing to engage learners. With over 3000 schools now provisioned with video conferencing Australian schools are participating in rich learning experiences involving hundreds of students learning beyond the classroom walls. Learn how through video conferencing students have been engaged in events to build skills in the Big 6: Critical thinking, Communication, Collaboration, Creativity, Character and Citizenship.Learn where to access experts and events and to envision the possibilities for your own students. As our students are increasingly from an age that only knows the digital world it is imperative that teachers utilise technology to engage students in deep learning. Technology is irresistibly engaging but we need to understand how it can be used for learning. This presentation will share with participants how a range of video conferencing events and collaborative learning projects engage students in deep learning and address the aspects of what Professor Michael Fullan calls the BIG Six Cs.
 Z. Peter Maggs, Wendy Macpherson and Val Freda (DEECD Digital learning team)  Title: Helping schools put the pieces together. Description: Lessons we’ve learned about Video Conferencing in DEECD schools
Description: Members of this DEECD team will share how they have been able to work across DEECD to support the implementation of video conferencing in Victorian government schools.Peter and Wendy, senior project officers with the Digital learning team, and Val, Videoconference Service Delivery Manager from Information Technology Division, have worked closely to support Virtual Conference Centre coaches, principals, teachers and professional learning providers  to make use of a suite of virtual conferencing options .This presentation will refer to lessons learned in providing virtual PD, the work of the Virtual Conference Centre coaches and new developments in Virtual Conferencing in DEECD schools.
HH. Expert panel

  • Robert Bunzli (National Museum)
  • Anita Reilly (Lightmare)
  • Gary Schultz (Vic Virtual Learning Project)
  • Jo Tate (Vic Virtual Learning Project)
  • Vincent Trundle(ACMI)
  • Dr Myung-sook Auh
  • Sue Beveridge

Chairperson: Jeff Cooper (Deputy Regional Director Service Planning SWV)

Door Prize! Apple ipad from our sponsor Polycom    

A vibrant concluding session promises a stimulating collection of responses to audience questions that have arisen throughout the duration of the conference.   Door PrizesOne prize per participant.  ACCMI and DEECD Regional Staff are not eligible for door prizes.  Participants must be present to be eligible for door prizes and must have completed and posted their Conference ‘Passport’ in the box provided during the Conference.

 

Day One
Location Cinema 2  Studio 1  Studio 2  School’s briefing space  Mediatheque Balcony The Cube  Cinema 1
Registration 8.15 – 8.30 (Entry Level Balcony)
Welcome address9 – 9.15 Mr Nicholas PoleDEECD
Keynote  9.15 – 10.15 A. Myf Powell
Workshop 110.20-11.20 B. Roadmap to Implementing Blended Learning  Dr Allison Powell USA C. Live InternationalConcert Bryn Hills D.15 Second PlaceEllen Molley, ACMI GG.Local and Global in the blenderAnne Mirtschin F. Mediatheque Lynda Bernard,ACMI MM1. Mobile Learning Part 1    Jenny Pesina G.“Get connected, Get creative and Get paid” –Natasha Lukman & Sammy Yin
Break 11.20-11.45 Coffee
Workshop 211.45 – 12.45 H. Digital Excursions National MuseumRobert Bunzli & Angela Casey X.Science Education via video conferenceBen Newsome J. SpectacleACMI$7.00 charge KK.Collaboration in the CloudMyf Powell  MM2. Mobile Learning Part 2Jenny Pesina M.  Improving Student Outcomes in Blended Learning EnvironmentsBritt Gow
Lunch 12.45 – 1.30 Lunch
Workshop 31.30 – 2.30 N.Panel Science Virtual OutreachBev MacDonald – VSSEC, Danielle Shean – VSSEC,  Grant Henderson – Earth ED, Jacinta Duncan – GTAC I. Introduction to Educational Video ConferencingGary Schultz,  Vincent Trundle (ACMI) J. Spectacle ACMI$7.00 charge  Q.Instructional design BSSCBruce Carpenter, Kylie Staggard E.Pedagogical strategies for using videoconferencingJo Tate & Dr Myung-sook Auh
Workshop 42.35 – 3.30 R. Global Classroom Case study Japanese  language & Art Mile (Peta & Ken Ikeda and Moria Turner) S. QuestaconNatalie Sullivan T.Film Making with IPAD’s  Vincent Trundle ACMI K. Collaboration using OneNoteMyf Powell U. Sustaining VCE through virtual provisionGary Schultz & RochelleMcKewan
Optional tours 3.30 pm J.ACMI  ExhibitionsFree: Screen Worlds and Shaun TanSpectacle: $7.00 JJ.Melbourne Now viewing (free)Meet in the foyer of The Ian Potter Centre, NGV Australia, and Federation Square at 3.45 pm.  Max 40 participants.  (free)
Day Two
Location Cinema 2  Studio 1  Studio 2  School’s briefing space
 
Mediatheque Entry Level BalconyRegistrations Cube  Cinema 1
Keynote9-10.15 V. Keynote: Global Trends and Pedagogical Best Practices: Video for Learning Marci Powell
WSH 110.20 – 11.20 W. Taking your classroom global Terry Godwaldt  Edmonton USA Y.   Planning for Quality Blended LearningMickey Revenaugh T.Film making with i.PadsVincent TrundleACMI BB.Asian Sister school ConnectionsJo Tate and Lisa Hayman AEF & Dr Myung-sook L. Talk to the expertsBrandi Galpin, Kylie Smith Jen Tuckwell

 

DD. Through the eyes of a robotRob Bunzli
Morning Tea         Coffee  
WS 211.45 – 12.45 LL.
Hello from The Challenger – US Space Centre
Kathleen Frank USA
P. Virtual delivery of Language Jess Cail, Peta Tracey, Ken Ikeda and Heather Li AA. Building an iPhone AppAshley Hall ACMI O.Music Education by Video ConferencingBryn Hill, Damien Woods OO. Connecting Australian Classrooms for the Big 6 C’s

Sue Beveridge

CC.Don’t let Asia Phase YaSam Dean & Corey Pohlner
Lunch
12.45 – 1.25
         LUNCH  
WS 31.30 – 2.30 ZZ. Inter-state snapshots (Tasmanian, NSW)Philip Walker, Hunter Aston

 

FF. Learning to Green ScreenVincent Trundle D.15 Second PlaceEllen Molley, ACMI Z.Putting the pieces togetherVal Freda, Wendy MacPherson & Peter Maggs II. Connect with the National Gallery of VictoriaIngrid Wood Grace Di Muzio

 EE.

The Nanberry Literacy Project Moira Turner and Concetta Gotlieb

 

WS 42.35 – 3.30 HH. Expert Panel

  • Robert Bunzli
  • Anita Reily
  • Vincent Trundle
  • Gary Schultz
  • Jo Tate
  • Sue Beveridge
  • Dr. Myung-Sook Auh
Panel Chair: Jeff Cooper Deputy Regional Director, Service Planning, SWVR
Microsoft Teacher Excellence Awards in Blended Learning Announced – Teachers are encouraged to enter!  Entry details on conference website.
Polycom door prize: iPad    Delegates must be in attendance during the draw  to win

 

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