Saturday 21st May 2011, Melbourne Grammar School, Wadhurst Campus, Domain Road, Melbourne
ICTEV's 2011 conference aims to put you in touch with educational colleagues who will enthuse and inspire you to integrate technologies in your learning and teaching. The technologies you will hear about and explore on the day will allow you and your students to be in touch with other educational communities (schools and professionals) across the world.
ICTEV2011 will put you in touch with ways to ensure the quality learning outcomes for your students who should be in touch with a safe environment where they can think critically in their use of the latest technologies available today.
The full conference program is now available online for you to browse.
A BIG thank you to everyone who was involved in making ICTEV2011 a success.
Listen to the Ed Tech Crew live at ICTEV2011 here
A big thank you goes to al the valued sponsors of the the ICTEV2011: in touch state conference:
Academy of Interactive Entertainment
AIE is Australia's most awarded 3D animation, game design and visual FX educator.
Next Byte is now the largest and most awarded Apple Premium Reseller within Australia.
Enhances learning in a computer lab by replicating the teacher's monitor to all computer monitors or allows a teacher to control, lock, or view a students computer.
Distributor for Lego Dacta in Australia. Lego Mindstorms NXT for schools is being widely complimented as the best tool for teaching students about control and programming. Other Lego platforms are available for P-12.
Podcasting the Ed Tech Crew.
Distributors of Teamboard interactive whiteboards in Australia. Teamboard has online wikis to collaborate with other teachers who are integrating interactive technologies into schools.
ibs AV specialises in consultation, design, installation and maintenance of audiovisual equipment and systems.
DIB Australia, design, supply and install education and corporate communications solutions, from LCD Projector and Plasma displays in classrooms
RIC Publications was established by teachers, provides educational resources, teaching aids for primary and secondary schools. RIC provides lots of online resources too
School Software sells educational technology products
Edsoft is Australia's leading provider of educational resources and software. Edsoft also provides key information on the school teaching industry
Macmillan Education is one of the leading educational publishers in Australia, with a vigorous print and e-publishing program catering to the needs of primary and secondary schools. With the Australian Curriculum on the horizon we are preparing resources now.
Titles that are award-winning; content that is curriculum aligned and recommended by teachers and industry leaders; information that teachers, professors, and librarians are confident using and sharing:
Education Services Australia
A ministerial company delivering innovative, cost-effective services across all sectors of education and training.
Victorian Teachers Credit Union
Victoria Teachers Credit Union serves the Education Community in many ways. As well as providing banking services, we have a range of initiatives to benefit Schools and Preschools.
Modern Teaching Aids
Learning resources, education supplies & toys for childcare, preschool, primary school, secondary and high schools. Maths equipment and literacy resources
Jacaranda publishes texts, reference and electronic materials for the Australian primary and secondary school market.
Major supplier of technical IT products and services to the Public, Catholic and Independent K-12 education sectors, with over 130 technical staff working in schools across Victoria
Editure Education Solutions provides specialised educational software and educational professional development solutions to K-12 education institutes
inTechnology Distribution is a specialist value-add distributor bringing together the best range of quality technology products, both hardware and software
Expertise in design, animation, video, audio, e-commerce and Web 2.0 portals; one-stop shop for all web projects. delivered world-first Gov 2.0 portals and has developed its own online suite of IELTS and Early Childhood literacy and numeracy programs
Provides a range of products for digital media creation and editing, multimedia authoring, and web development. Includes documentation and support for all
Cambridge University Press
Advancing learning, knowledge and research worldwide, at the cutting-edge of electronic delivery with increasingly digital content and networked access to books, journals and other pedagogic services.
Australian Childrens Television Foundation
Non-profit organisation. It is committed to providing Australian children with entertaining media made especially for them, which makes an enduring contribution to their cultural and educational experience
We provide a range of innovative furniture and interactive technology products for classrooms and flexible learning spaces.
INT Books provides wholesale distribution to Australian bookshops and book retailers.
Little Sun International
Providing reliable and affordable computer accessories to Australian schools, helping you to save your school budgets.
Oracle University is committed to providing world-class training and an unbeatable educational experience. All of our efforts focus on the success and satisfaction of our students.
Sunshine and Galaxy Kids reach across the world and our team is involved in creating new ways to make learning to read and learning maths happen in many engaging ways.
Dept B&I - Multimedia Vic
DBI engages with businesses and represents their needs to all levels of government; provides strategic economic planning advice and targeted business development assistance; encourages investment and trade; and markets Victoria in Australia and internationally.
Keynote speaker: Tom March
Tom March began his career in education as a high school English teacher who loved using technology to engage students in authentic learning activities. This, plus a willingness to take risks and work hard, saw him recognised as a Teacher of the Year finalist for San Diego Country after just five years in the classroom. Graduate school and university lecturing led Tom into a Fellowship where he worked with Professor Bernie Dodge to develop the WebQuest. Since those early days, Tom has been 'working the Web' and contributing 'Bright Ideas for education' by desinging online curriculum, developing tools like Filamentality and Web-and-Flow, as well as fresh conceptual frameworks like ClassPortals and CEQ.ALL ('Seek All). These days, Tom focuses on supporting systemic changes toward the Next Ear of Digital Education - 'NextEd' - where 1:1 digital access can shift us from assembly line schools to place where the joy of learning thrives. Tom March frequently keynotes, writes, and facilitates workshops focused on making learning more real, rich and relevant through research-based pedagogies interpreted for actual classrooms.
Conference attendance costs:
- ICTEV Member $230
- ICTEV Country Member $ 180
- Non Member $279
- Pre - Service Teachers $35** Current Student Card to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org to secure this rate
- First Conference Presenters $0
- Co - Presenters $70
Cost(s) include: catering, satchel, keynote, cocktail party.
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