Literacy and numeracy are a main focus of the Gonski report.
The K-12 Digital Classroom Practice Conference will take it one step further by highlighting the very direct and contemporary link between digital technology and the teaching of literacy and numeracy.
|The K-12 Digital Classroom Practice Conference is one of the parallel conferences being run under the National Education Summit banner.
The Education Show will be co-located at the venue and is the exhibition component of the event.
The conference theme is:
Teaching literacy | Teaching numeracy – with the support of digital technology
This conference has selected as its keynote speaker and presenters a group of teachers highly skilled and experienced in using digital technology to support literacy and numeracy teaching programs.
The conference program offers skills-based sessions, so come prepared to roll your sleeves up to learn new transferable skills that will lift your literacy and numeracy teaching to even greater heights.
Sessions will be presented by:
- Anthony Speranza
- Aimee Shackleton
- Grant Jones
- Aaron Davis
- Lisa Connell and Chris Drake
The conference will be held in the Courtyard rooms at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre on Friday 31 August 2018.
For all states and territories:
This conference addresses the following Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.
|2.6.2||Information and communication technology (ICT)|
|3.3.2||Use teaching strategies|
|6.2.2||Engage in professional learning and improve practice|
|2.1.2||Content and teaching strategies of the teaching area (ICT)|
|3.4.2||Select and use resources|
|4.5.2||Use ICT safely, responsibly and ethically|
|6.3.2||Engage with colleagues and improve practice|
|Attending the K-12 Digital Classroom Practice Conference will contribute 6 hours and 40 minutes of QTC Registered PD addressing 2.6.2; 3.3.2; 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.|