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2018 Spotlight Stage Program

Exhibitors will deliver presentations about their services, programs and teaching resources. More information about sessions will be announced soon. The Exhibitor Spotlight is located on the exhibition floor at the Open Stage.

Friday 31 August

10:35am - 10:50am

Teach Queensland Style

Topic: Teach Queensland – Choose your Teaching Adventure

Teach Queensland Style
Speaker: Marika Hill, Education Careers Ambassador

Session Overview
The Queensland Department of Education is seeking eager, passionate and results-driven beginning and experienced teachers from across Australia. Find out about the exciting career and lifestyle adventures that await you and your family in Queensland, including our current and future teaching and school leadership opportunities.

12:20pm - 12:35pm

Topic: Why Teaching Kids Body Safety is Empowering and Life-changing

Educate 2 Empower
Speaker: Jayneen Sanders, Author, Teacher

Session Overview
This presentation will cover the importance of teaching age-appropriate and empowering Body Safety Education to young children. With the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse and the introduction of the 7 Child Safety Standards in Victoria as a result of the Betrayal of Trust Report, educators have come to realise the importance of teaching young children Body Safety. This presentation will provide educators will simple, practical and age-appropriate lessons and resources in how they can implement Body Safety in their educational settings.

12:40pm - 12:55pm

Topic: Just Voices Speakers Program

Jesuit Social Services
Speaker: Paulie Stewart and Danielle Sherry, Artful Dodgers Studios, Jesuit Social Services

Session Overview
Our presenters come from all walks of life. Some share their culture, whilst others share their experience of seeking asylum, refugee settlement or homelessness. Through engaging storytelling, each presenter aims to raise awareness, build empathy and promote mutual respect. Schools can request high energy Hip Hop performers or acoustic musicians to complement presentations or book rap writing or drumming workshops to learn how to create music within a social justice framework

1:55pm - 2:10pm

Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Foundation

2:20pm - 2:35pm

Topic: Block Play! but what are they learning?

Green Hat Workshops
Speaker: Cam Lee, Education and Operations Manager at Green Hat Workshop

Session Overview
Using his experience of presenting self-directed, play-based construction block incursions, Cam will talk about the value of block-play in the development of mathematical understanding, spatial cognition and interpersonal skills, in primary and kindergarten contexts; as well as identify learning outcomes present in the busy world of the block corner.

2:40pm - 2:55pm

Kinect 2 Dance

Saturday 1 September

10:10am - 10:25am

Topic: We can do better than that! – UK schools remove analogue clocks from examination halls because teenagers can’t tell the time

Easy Read Time Teacher
Speaker: Roger Shackleton

Session Overview
Telling the time – How to ensure each one of your students achieves the outcome quickly and easily.

10:35am - 10:50am


12:20pm - 12:35pm

Topic: The Burke Museum, Beechworth – An Immersive Experience

Burke Museum
Speakers: Valerie Crosse, Education Officer and Linda Peacock, Collection Manager/Curator

Session Overview
The Burke Museum education programs offer links to the Victorian Curriculum from P-12 by bringing to life an authentic experience. Our programs enhance understanding of where we are now, where we have come from and where our futures may lead. Students will be immersed in foundational stories, such as those of Burke and Wills, Indigenous culture, the gold-rush, migration, communication and the environment. We offer stimulating content across all subject areas.

12:40pm - 12:55pm

Topic: I Love Reading - a new innovation in learning to read

I Love Reading
Speaker: Mr Mike Collins, Education Consultant

Session Overview
I Love Reading is a unique literacy program designed to facilitate the rapid learning of reading English. With a combination of proven teaching methods, a robust teaching framework and progression, this model assists early readers to learn every sound, of every word of the English language through a simple coding system, without exception. This new learning technology is based on the English Phonetic Code, the life-time research and intellectual property of the Mamone family and is available for purchase by schools, kindergartens, parents and tutors.

1:50pm - 2:05pm

Topic: Play – Learn – Win: The Power of Game Based Student Revision

Trap Ed
Speaker: Cate Ballantyne, Project Manager

Session Overview
This session will cover:
•Discover how this study app increases student engagement, confidence and achievement
•Learn about the teacher functionality designed to enhance personalised feedback, reporting and assessment.
•Options for a free trial period and school support

2:10pm - 2:25pm

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