Join us at the SMART IGC20 Virtual Exhibition Hall
Wednesday 28 October to Thursday 5 November 2020
Teachers, students, and parents have had to embrace new technologies and pedagogies to ensure the continuation of student learning. #IGC2020 will showcase Australian educators teaching beyond the walls of the classroom.
Now, more than ever, educators are looking for practical applications, creative ideas and insight into what it means to teach beyond the walls of the classroom. The exciting aspect of this is that everyone has their own take on it. This one-day, 3D virtual event includes live video streaming, keynote and breakout sessions, speaker Q&A, interactive exhibits and more. Experience it from anywhere – at school, at home, in the office or any place you’re online via the sophisticated SMART 360 Platform.
This is a FREE, NESA accredited and AITSL aligned conference, aimed at educators across Australia wanting to inspire greatness in others.
Live Chat Timings – Monday 2 November
Chat to us directly during the following break times on:
- 8:00am to 8.30am
- 11:15am to 11:30am (Morning Tea)
- 1:15pm to 1:45pm (Lunch)
- 2:30pm to 3:30pm
All times are Brisbane AEST.
If you cannot make the above times, please do not hesitate to contact us via Phone: (07) 3206 5595 or email: [email protected].
Agenda – Monday 2 November
All times are Brisbane AEST.
See the Sheldon College Teachers in Action
Here at Sheldon College, we teach beyond the walls of the classroom by placing a strong emphasis on students being exposed to authentic practices and skills that can later serve more complex and innovative endeavours. During our three workshops, our educators will demonstrate the implementation of flipped and blended learning and how these practices promote the College’s six Student Exit Outcomes.
10:30am – 11:15am AEST
Workshop 1A – Room: Teaching with EdTech
Differentiating Curriculum with SMART Technologies – Meagan Parsons
This session explores the many ways in which SMART Learning Suite can be used as an effective tool in supporting differentiation and feedback strategies for teachers in Junior and Middle College. Participants will also discover the value of gamification and collaboration within a learning context.
11:30am – 12:15pm AEST
Workshop 2B – Room: Innovation with Technology
Transforming Learning with Technology in Music – Heidi Esdaile
This session will explore flipped learning strategies and SMART technological tools used to deliver music lessons during the remote learning period and how this experience can shift our practice. Relevant for teachers in Preparatory through to Year 4.
12:45pm – 1:25pm AEST
Workshop 3A – Room: Teaching with EdTech
Early Learning Notebook Strategies – Sarah Hutley
Explore quick and easy strategies to incorporate sound recognition and isolation, number matching and identification through interactive, hands-on and engaging learning experiences. Learn how to custom design these short experiences to foster curiosity in the early years program along with collating instant feedback to determine student growth and understanding.