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Conferences & Events

conference [n.]

1. an event, sometimes lasting a few days, at which there is a group of talks on a particular subject. 2. a meeting in which especially business matters are discussed formally. 3. a group of sports teams that play each other in organised competitions.
Synonyms include : congress, convention, forum, institute, round-table, seminar, summit, symposium, .…

Cambridge Dictionary

These pages list conferences and related events at regional, state/territory, national and international level. Each listing contains date, title, a brief comment and the venue. They are listed in date order.

Australian conferences/events are given priority but not to the exclusion of relevant conferences, especially in the Asia-Pacific region, but also in other parts of the world.

Information is added as far ahead of actual dates as possible and updated where this is required.

The Past Conference Page lists conferences that have been completed. These are only listed by date and title.
Each monthly listing is only maintained for a period of six months to provide access to papers and reports
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Use individual links below to access specific listings for each month.

September 2023
Date Event
1

Dynamic Learning Group - Cracking the Hard Class -Behaviour Management

‘This seminar will help in addressing a challenge faced by many teachers today - Why is this particular class so difficult ? What can we do, together, to change things ? How can we get out of the spiral of defeat and low expectation to enhance success in learning and social interaction ? Most of all how can we support one another ?’.

Venue : Novotel Melbourne Preston Hotel, Preston, Melbourne, Victoria.

1

LawSense Best Practice Note-Taking, Record Keeping & Privacy In Schools

‘Note-Taking in Schools: Examining Best Practice and Case Studies to Ensure You Meet Your Obligations, Minimise Legal Exposure and Can Defend Your Legal Position. Record Storage, Retention and Destruction: Understanding Obligations and Assessing Records to Ensure You Meet Differing Requirements for Different Record Types. Access to and Disclosure of Information : Examining Optimum Access for Different Staff and The Limits of Disclosure to Parents and Others’.

Venue : Live Online and Recorded. The recording can be viewed until 1 October 2023.

1

PD4HPE Primary Conference 2023 [Qld]

‘This is a one-day face-to-face session aimed at Primary School Teachers. In 2023, the Conference will be held at a new venue, the Gold Coast Recreation Precinct set by the glorious Tallebudgera Creek, Tallebudgera. This conference will be jam packed with practical and actionable information and resources to enhance your lessons ! We’re currently pulling together what should be a great day and the final program will be released once finalised. Like previous years, both theory and practical sessions will form part of the day with the Tallebudgera venue providing plenty of opportunity to use the great facilities within the precinct’.

Venue : Gold Coast Recreation Precinct, 1525 Gold Coast Highway, North Palm Beach, Queensland.

1

Reading for Life [Rockhampton]

‘High impact literacy teaching in reading. Reading for Life examines and reflects on why so many people can’t read and write and the reasons there are numerous and vastly different ways to teach literacy. This workshop bridges the gap between research and practice to translate academic findings into practical suggestions and ready-to-use techniques. For more information click here. Download a Flyer’ here..

Venue : Frenchville Sports Club, Rockhampton, Queensland.

1

TAS 2023 It Takes a Spark ! STEM Conference

‘Most conferences currently being offered on STEM, STEAM and Entrepreneurship tend to be targeted towards teachers and involve a series of speakers and the occasional mini-workshops. This conference is designed to be different. This conference is designed by students and teachers for students and teachers. The intent of the It Takes a Spark Grok Academy STEM Conference is to bring together Students (Year 4 to 10) and Teachers to connect with inspiring industry role models, share their current school based activities and projects using an authentic sharing and experiential model, create networks of teachers and student teams and solve social justice design challenges’.

Venue : Guilford Young College, 76 Bowden St, Glenorchy, Tasmania.

1

Thought Leadership Series : Building a Culture of Welcome - From the Classroom to the Community

‘Ever thought about your role in fostering Australia’s vibrant cultural diversity ? Keen on learning how to better welcome newcomers into our community ? If so, join us for our upcoming webinar, Building a culture of welcome – from the classroom to the community. This presentation will explore the concept of welcome, approaches to welcoming work and opportunities for building cultures of welcome that extend from the classroom to the community. This webinar is for all practitioners, whether new to the topic, looking to build on existing knowledge, or seeking advanced insights. By the end, you’ll understand the settlement process better and have strategies to foster a welcoming culture in your sphere of influence’.

Venue : Online.

1

Victorian Combined Principals in Christian Schools Gathering

‘This event is our biannual get together of Principals in Victorian Christian schools across both CEN/CSA and Independent schools. It is a wonderful opportunity to strengthen relationships between leaders of Christian schools in Victoria whilst taking some time out together to focus on, and grapple with some of the ‘bigger picture’ issues facing our schools. Further information will be made available shortly’.

Venue : Finders Christian Community College, 100 Ballarto Road, Carrum Downs, Victoria.

1

Women & Leadership Australia - Online Symposium

Full details of the program including speakers, special presentations, discussion topic [with special presenter information], Development Session and much more.

Venue : Online.

1-2

2023 Adolescent Success International Conference - “Meet Me In The Middle”

‘The event will include School Visits, Master Classes, Keynote Speakers, Concurrent Presentations and Lightning Talks’. Monitor the site forboth broader and additional information.

Venue : St Johns Anglican College, Alpine Place, Forest Lake, Queensland.

1-3

Biennial Conference of the Japanese Studies Association of Australia 2023/ International Conference of the Network for Translingual Japanese - Jsaa-icntj2023

‘The joint JSAA-ICNTJ 2023 conference will bring cutting-edge research across all areas of Japanese Studies and related fields to the fore, including a feature on Japanese as a heritage and community language. After a hiatus of face-to-face networking, the conference will be a venue to engage researchers in all fields of Japanese Studies and Japanese Language [Education] through discussions that relate to [but are not limited to] the movement of people, artifacts and language across borders in a Post-COVID society. The conference will delve into new ways of considering mobility, diversity and social integration where decolonisation and globalisation in, and of, Japan may be considered in a different light’.

Venue : University of New South Wales [UNSW], University of Technology Sydney [UTS] and The University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW.

2

Understanding Autism - Families With Children Up To 6

‘Join our experienced staff/therapists for an informative session where we will discuss what Autism is and what this could mean for your child and your family. The session will break down the early signs of Autism, some common misconceptions and practical strategies to support your child’s development’.

Venue : Autism Association of WA – Shenton Park, 215 Stubbs Terrace, Shenton Park, Western Australia.

3-4

Research Conference 2023 - ACER

‘Research Conference 2023 will examine research around how we can improve the continuity of learning from birth to 12 years. It will bring together leading international and Australian researchers to provide insights into the best ways to identify, conceptualise, develop and assess these new linkages for learning. Exchange, debate and discuss in person with like-minded professionals during Research Conference 2023’.

Venue : International Covention Centre, Darling Harbour, Sydney, NSW.

4

Dan Haesler Masterclass [Townsville]

Creating the Conditions for Teams to Thrive, this practical workshop explores the frameworks and tools that support school leaders to support others. Through an exploration of concepts including Psychological Safety and Self Determination Theory, discover how leadership teams can create the conditions for all members of their staff to be their best at work. This is an opportunity to reflect on what is needed in order to thrive professionally and personally’.

Venue : Mercure Townsville, 166 Woolcock Street, Currajong, Queensland.

4

Effective Pedagogy - High Impact Strategies [Hobart]

Powerful Partnerships. ‘Based on the credible research of Professor John Hattie and the Visible Learning® team, Dr Robert Marzano, founder of The Art and Science of Teaching and Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey's structured teaching approach, this workshop will explore a range of different teaching strategies that you can implement in the context of your class, that actually work. This is a fabulous workshop and will inspire you to build on what you already do well, network with other passionate teachers and try new strategies to grow as a professional’.

Venue : Rydges Hobart, 393 Argyle St, North Hobart, Tasmania.

4

Fearful, Worried and Scared to Try – Teaching Students with Anxiety

‘Australia along with the rest of the world is facing an ever-increasing tide of anxiety, depression, and loneliness in more and more children at younger ages than ever before. This fascinating workshop invites teachers to learn strategies based on ground-breaking research which shows how the most vulnerable of children can learn how to be the most resilient of adults. Framed around Dr Thomas Boyce’s seminal book The Orchid & the Dandelion, Greg Mitchell details how six parenting practices can be used to guide schools into making students more resilient than you ever thought possible’.

Venue : Live Streamed Webinar.

4

International Conference on Green Computing and Internet of Things [ICGCIOT-23]

Science Cite. ‘Science Cite is an informative and networking platform that brings together academicians and experts from various domains on one platform. Global events and breakthrough discussions transcend geographical limitations. In addition, it helps all nations be on the same page regarding the fields. The conference offers a significant opportunity for students, industry experts, organiszations and professionals in various fields of science, technology, engineering and the environment. The brainstorming session helps to discuss solutions, answers, future strategies and more’.

Venue : Swissôtel Sydney, 68 Market St, Sydney, NSW.

4-5

AISNSW Sport Leadership Conference 2023 - LIFT - Elevating the student experience in sport

‘The Conference will provide a big picture perspective of the future directions of sport in Australia and drill down to examine features that contribute to effective sport programs in diverse independent school settings. A key feature of this year’s Conference will be an exploration of learnings drawn from extensive reviews of sport programs undertaken across multiple schools. We are excited to announce Kieren Perkins OAM, CEO of the Australian Sports Commission as our opening keynote address’.

Venue : Crowne Plaza Terrigal, Pine Tree Ave, Terrigal, NSW.

4-5

Building Emotional Insight : Emotions, Strength & Empathy

‘In this workshop, participants will learn the difference between emotions and feelings and have multiple opportunities to increase their emotional literacy. A second critical component within Emotional Insight is identifying and utilizing one’s personal strengths. Participants will learn how to help students identify and use their personal strengths in the learning environment. Additionally, emotional awareness development strengthens empathy and connections with others. Together we will engage in activities and discussions to foster both adult and student empathy skills and approaches to learning’.

Venue : TBC, Melbourne, Victoria.

4-5

Inquiry Based Learning in the Early Years’ Program

‘Inquiry-based learning [IBL] continues to be the trend within many early years’ programs. Research shows that if facilitated appropriately, this style of learning encourages very young children to investigate in collaboration with others using different forms of communication and it enables them to make use of more capable peers and/or problem solve under supervision. This can be done indoors, as well as outdoors. But what exactly is it ? What does it look like ? What ages of children are ideal for IBL ? How can one incorporate the elements in your setting. In order to address these questions, we will explore the philosophical foundations of IBL in early childhood learning and some powerful strategies we can use on a daily basis to increase children’s critical thinking. The workshop is an introduction to IBL in the early years setting’.

Venue : TBC, Melbourne, Victoria.

4-5

Making Spelling Stick - Explicit Planning and Instruction

‘In this 2-day course we take participants through the journey of planning for explicit spelling instruction. Working closely with a SPELD NSW scope and sequence we model how to program for spelling instruction, giving participants lots of hands-on opportunities to plan and receive feedback. We consider spelling instruction based phonic patterns, orthographic conventions and morphology. We then look at explicit instruction using model scripts that teachers can use and adapt in their own practice. We also consider assessment and how to implement spaced retrieval practice to support committing those words to Long Term Memory’.

Venue : Venue TBC, Newcastle, NSW.

4-7

Rising to our Challenges - Archives at the G

‘There is a special kind of excitement around Naarm/Melbourne in September and we invite you to join us in person or online for our hybrid conference, to be held at the MCG. Rising to our challenges : archives at the ’G is our theme, drawing inspiration from the ’G as an iconic Melbourne sporting venue and landmark on unceded Wurundjeri Country. Archives, like the ’G, can also reach across the community and evoke passion, emotion and devotion. Let’s come together, raise our voices, cheer each other on and find inspiration to overcome our challenges’.

Venue : Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Victoria.

5

Better Teaching-Better Learning

‘Powerful Partnerships. ‘Effective instruction often follows a progression in which teachers gradually do less of the work and students gradually assume greater responsibility. The Gradual Release of Responsibility Framework was originally developed for reading instruction but this workshop explores the elements of this framework in far greater detail and on a much larger scale, identifying how this structure for instruction can work for you. Knowing when to take responsibility and when to let go, supporting our students to become self-regulated learners is an ongoing struggle. We will unpack a range of pedagogical strategies from prompting and cuing to modelling and demonstrating, and unpack how to use them effectively no matter what learning area you teach and no matter what year level you teach. We explore types of homework that are most powerful, how to use formative assessment to impact learning and explore a simple questioning framework to support our students achieve the best possible outcomes’.

Venue : Venue : Rydges Hobart, 393 Argyle St, North Hobart, Tasmania.

5

Dan Haesler Masterclass [Cairns]

Creating the Conditions for Teams to Thrive, this practical workshop explores the frameworks and tools that support school leaders to support others. Through an exploration of concepts including Psychological Safety and Self Determination Theory, discover how leadership teams can create the conditions for all members of their staff to be their best at work. This is an opportunity to reflect on what is needed in order to thrive professionally and personally’.

Venue : Novotel Cairns Oasis Resort, 122 Lake Street, Cairns, Queensland.

5

How to effectively run PLCs [Professional Learning Communities] in your school both Secondary and Primary

‘For a rapidly growing number of schools, professional learning communities (PLCs) are proving the answer to improving student growth within the classroom. PLCs are an approach to school improvement where groups of teachers work in high performing collaborative teams to improve outcomes for ALL students. This workshop is aimed at all members of a school community who want to participate, lead or embed professional learning communities within their school’.

Venue : Live Streamed Webinar.

5

Key practices to improve Student Success & Teacher Retention–Transforming Teaching, Learning & Leading [WEBINAR 34]

‘Professor John Fischetti - Pro Vice-Chancellor, Uni of Newcastle. Overview to come’.

Venue : Webinar.

5

Restorative Practices [Webinar 35]

ACSA. ‘Mr Adam Voigt, CEO of Real Schools. Brief summary of webinar yet to come’.

Venue : Webinar.

5

Risky and adventurous play – nurturing capable and confident children

ECTARC. ‘Risky play looks different for all children and adults. It can be quite subjective with one person seeing an experience as risky, whilst others may see no risk at all. Developing confidence to take risks is an important life skill so this workshop concentrates on exploring different categories of risky play to identify the benefits this has on children’s agency, learning and wellbeing. Participants will reflect on how this play fits within legislative requirements and their curriculum planning so children can be supported to make decisions to challenge their own development’.

Venue : Online.

5-7

AAPPAC 2023 Brisbane Conference – Global Megatrends – Shaping Culture to 2040

‘This year’s focus Global Megatrends – Shaping Culture to 2040 takes as its starting point the 2022 CSIRO report Our Future World which identifies seven global megatrends set to influence the world over the next two decades. How will these megatrends intersect with arts and culture in the Asia-Pacific region ? Be part of this important conversation, taking place over three days, with leading arts professionals, academics, scientists and health practitioners’.

Venue : Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Brisbane, Queensland.

5-7

SNAICC’23 - Voices at the Top

‘The 10th SNAICC National Conference will give delegates a safe space to learn, share and network about early childhood education and care, and child protection issues that impact Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. This event will bring together like-minded individuals and organisations for a celebration of culture and country, focused on the work we do to elevate the voices of our children and families. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture must play an integral role in developing positive outcomes for early childhood education and care when it comes to our children. Our strength and vitality have been passed down to us through rich cultural traditions, shared by the voices of those who have come before us. By creating layers of culturally safe protection, support and community around Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, we can enable them to grow into elders whose voices can be echoed for generations to come’.

Venue : Darwin, Northern Territory.

5/12/19/25/26

FPM Foundation Course - Professional Learning Institute [South]

‘This course explores the evidence-based Family Partnership Model and uses activities to build participants’ skills. The Family Partnership Model is an innovative approach based upon an explicit model of the ‘helping’ process that demonstrates how specific ‘helper’ qualities and skills, when used in partnership, can enable parents and families to overcome their difficulties, build strengths and resilience and fulfil their goals more effectively. A number of research trials have demonstrated the positive benefits of this model to the developmental progress of children, parent-child interaction and the psychological functioning of parents, families and children’.

Venue : Professional learning Institute, 13 Timsbury Rd, Glenorchy, Tasmania.

6

AI Forum - Augment, Automate, Advance

‘Artificial intelligence has redefined the dimensions of innovation, productivity and competitive advantage. Leaders know its power as an augmenter of operations, abounding in both economic and business potential. Yet, many are still challenged by its complexity, unclear on how to strategically navigate its pathways towards meaningful application and integration. The AI Forum is dedicated to mapping these pathways, breaking down the strategies key leaders are adopting to expand their capacity to innovate, reduce costs and secure lasting advantage. For one essential day, this cross-sector event gathers an esteemed delegation of executives and world-class speakers to connect and examine the practical implications of this technology through detailed case-based discussion and insight’.

Venue : The Fullerton Hotel, 1 Martin Place, Sydney, NSW.

6

AI Tools for Tertiary Education Providers

‘Are you grappling with the integration of AI tools within your tertiary education institution? Feeling overwhelmed by the promise of innovation but weighed down by the risks of cyber security and plagiarism ? If so, you can’t afford to miss AI Tools for Tertiary Education Providers. Led by Andrew Shea, you’re invited to join this engaging and informative webinar, we will delve into the world of AI and its place in tertiary education. We’ll introduce you to the latest AI tools, explaining not just what they are, but also how they function. We will explore the potential benefits that these tools can bring to different aspects of your institution's operations. More than that, we will also openly discuss the risks associated with using such AI tools, particularly regarding the protection of your institution and students’.

Venue : Webinar.

6

Coaching/Mentoring Program - coaching others for success [Hobart]

Powerful Partnerships. ‘Whether you are in a coaching or mentoring role within your school, or would just like to improve your abilities in enhancing the performance of others, this workshop offers you so much. Current research shows us that supporting the professional growth of our teachers by facilitating pedagogical dialogue and providing effective feedback will have significant benefits for our students. Discover how to maximise the experience of both being coached, and being a coach’.

Venue : Rydges Hobart, 393 Argyle St, North Hobart, Tasmania.

6

Cyber Resilience Summit NSW 2023 [ForeFront]

‘The changing cyber landscape is becoming increasingly difficult to navigate for security leaders. With constant new threat vectors to consider, an increased attack surface for most businesses, and the developing sophistication of malicious actors, cyber security practitioners are under more pressure than ever to secure their people and business. Adding to this pressure is rising consumer awareness and scrutiny due to the public nature of large-scale cyber security breaches. This summit will bring together senior security leaders from across Australia’s leading organisations for a strategic discussion on the state of cyber security and resilience’.

Venue : Doltone House, Darling Island, 48 Pirrama Rd, Pyrmont, Sydney, NSW.

6

Education in the metaverse : beyond virtual classrooms [Future ready students]

‘The term ‘metaverse’ has been in the media a lot in recent years. Facebook has changed its name to Meta, and both Apple and Google are investing millions into technology such as Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Artificial Intelligence. Universities and schools around the world have begun experimenting with virtual classrooms and even entire campuses in the metaverse. In this session you will learn about the origins of the metaverse, the current state, and the future implications for education and our students’.

Venue : Online – a Zoom link will be provided 24 hours prior to the event.

6

LawSense Managing Student Disability – Adjustments, Behaviour, Learning & Discipline

Non-state Schools. ‘Enrolment of Students with a Disability: Exploring Best Practice in Investigation, Assessment and Consultation and Determining Unjustifiable Hardship. Reasonable Adjustments Case Studies – Navigating the Limits of Your Rights and Obligations and Effectively Balancing Relevant Factors. Restrictive Practices, Discipline, Suspension, Expulsion’.

Venue : Live Online with recording - recording access expires 6 October 2023.

6

The Fifth Great Lesson [Montessori Australia]

‘Cosmic Education introduces children in our 6-9 Montessori classrooms to the wonders of the world. They are designed to awaken their curiosity and imagination and to give them a big picture of all topics in the primary curriculum from the universe, life, humans, communications and finally the Fifth Great Lesson - The Story of Numbers, also known as the History of Mathematics. The last story about how mathematical understanding developed across many continents and many centuries often doesn’t get the same attention as the Story of the Universe, but is equally important in helping to build students’ awareness and excitement of maths concepts they use daily’.

Venue : Online.

6-7

Mindset Matters : Cultivating a Growth-Oriented Classroom Culture

‘In this workshop, participants will learn multiple strategies and techniques to support a growth-oriented pedagogy. Multiple factors impact the mindset of learners. To start this journey, educators need to assess and reflect on their own thinking and application of growth-oriented principles, so they consistently model these skills. Additional factors to support a growth-oriented classroom culture will be shared which include visuals, the learning environment, ongoing and intentional strategies, student practice and application, and teaching and practicing constructive feedback’.

Venue : TBC, Melbourne, Victoria.

6-7

The 5th International Conference of Mycotoxicology and Food Security [ICM2023]

‘We have a good opportunity to invite world-famous experts for mycotoxins and food safety from overseas [The Netherland, Italy, France, Belgium, Czech Republic, USA, China and Thailand] to fulfill the scientific program covering the key spectrum of Mycotoxicology and food safety. Their presentations will highlight on the updated information of mycotoxins-producing fungi, key mycotoxins, emerging mycotoxins, mask and modified form of mycotoxins, including toxicological effects, mechanisms, occurrence, analytical techniques and decontamination for improving food safety. It dedicates to creating a stage for exchanging the latest results and sharing the advanced research methods and from world class and famous Thai experts’.

Venue : Maruay Garden Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand.

6-7

Using Provocation a Primer for Active Learning in Early Years

‘Provocation is an important aspect of the Reggio Emilia Approach to a child centered education. It comes in many forms. Provocations, by nature, tend to provoke thoughts, ideas and actions. Yes, it may seem obvious but what is it? How does it look in the early years? The workshop will explore ways to provoke thoughts, ideas, and actions in young children and ways to help them expand their thought into a project, idea or an interest for further research’.

Venue : TBC, Melbourne, Victoria.

6-7

Youth MHFA [Darwin]

‘The Youth Mental Health First Aid course is for adults working or living with adolescents [those aged between 12 and 18 years]. However, the course can be relevant for those helping people who are a little younger or older. This course is particularly suitable for parents, school staff, sports coaches and youth workers’.

Venue : Darwin TBC, Darwin, Northern Territory.

6-8

ALIA Library Technicians Symposium 2023

‘The ALIA Library and Information Technicians’ 2023 Symposium provides a focused meeting point for all Library Technicians and allied Information professionals, from all GLAMR sectors in Australia and the international community. The Symposium provides an opportunity to learn, connect and build partnerships with colleagues, peers, industry leaders and corporate partners from across the GLAMR sector. ALIA Library and Information Technicians’ 2023 Symposium will focus on the theme of Embracing the Library Revolution’.

Venue : Torrens University, 88 Wakefield Street, Adelaide, South Australia.

6-8

ARMS 2023 Sydney Conference

‘The first in-person conference since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the coming year’s Australasian Research Management Society conference will take place in Sydney. The theme of the conference Shifting Sands : Embracing the Diverse Future of Research Management, encourages us to harness uncertainty and change to cultivate a more resilient, inclusive and sustainable future. How can research organisations evolve to maintain their relevance and find balance as the pace of global change increases ? While this unpredictability can be unsettling it is also an opportunity for renewal and reinvention, pushing us to embrace diverse and creative ways of working. Increased collaboration, multidisciplinary research programmes and co-development with industry, decision makers, indigenous peoples and communities are just some of the likely priorities for the future of research. How can we as research managers support researchers to navigate the increasing complexity of these arrangements ?’

Venue : ICC Sydney Darling Harbour, Sydney, NSW.

6-8

Better Together - AASE National Conference 2023

‘This year, the Australian Association of Special Education is delighted to invite those working in, and/or associated with the education sector to come together under the 2023 conference theme: Better Together. The 2023 theme acknowledges the importance of people coming together to respond to the diversity of learners in Australian schools. ‘Better Together’ is about students, teachers, families and practitioners working together to provide engaging and exciting learning experiences for all learners. ‘Better Together’ is also about acknowledging and utilising the unique gifts, identities, abilities and experiences that each and every student brings to the classroom. The Better Together conference will provide participants an opportunity to ignite their passion while learning from a range of innovative speakers who will be speaking about one of today’s most pressing education issues; responding to the diverse abilities of learners’.

Venue : Hilton Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia.

6-8

8th International Conference on Communication & Media Studies

‘2023 Special Focus - Who Can We Trust ? Ethical and Responsible Artificial Intelligence in Digital Communication Systems. The Communication & Media Studies Research Network offers an interdisciplinary forum for the discussion of the role of the media and communications in society. Our blended presentation model seeks to transcend physical boundaries by offering a platform to extend in-person conference content online, while ensuring online-only delegates are afforded equal participatory and experiential spaces within the platform’.

Venue : A Blended Conference - Complutense University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain AND Online.

7

Data & Analytics Summit QLD 2023

‘The Data & Analytics Summit will bring together senior data and analytics leaders from across different industries, for a strategic conversation around how businesses can leverage the latest tools to manage large amounts of diverse information faster, improve processes and achieve wider business objectives’.

Venue : The Greek Club, 29 Edmondstone Street, South Brisbane, Queensland.

7

Developing strategies for better listening and concentration

‘This one-day workshop will look at what are the expected levels for various behaviours, such as listening, paying attention to learning tasks and impulse control for various ages and how to identify students with significant deficits in attention and difficult classroom behaviours. This will be followed up with practical strategies for use in the classroom and how to implement them in various settings. The structure of the day will include the use of a teacher observation form, a range of observation checklists/screening tools suitable for use by classroom teachers, analysis of assessment data and targeted teaching strategies’.

Venue : ISV, 40 Rosslyn St, West Melbourne, Victoria.

7

Emotional Intelligence - The Secret of Life and Leadership Success

‘In this one-day course, you will learn about the four components of emotional intelligence and how improving your skills in EI can make you more effective in professional and personal relationships. Emotional intelligence is the foundation skill for influencing and managing/leading ourselves and others, whether we are a leader or team member. It is a skill that can be learnt and improved through self-awareness, motivation, and applying the practical skills covered in this course. During the course, you will hear insightful presentations, have the opportunity to complete confidential self-assessments, participate in discussions, and knowledge-sharing with your fellow participants and be able to ask lots of questions’.

Venue : TBC, Brisbane, Queensland.

7

From Conflict to Collaboration [Hobart]

Powerful Partnerships. ‘No one likes conflict … no one likes to have the ‘difficult’ conversations … Unfortunately sometimes we are confronted with upset or angry parents or staff and we need to find a way to a solution. This 1 day professional learning experience will help you develop your skills to deal with these difficult situations - whether it be upset or angry parents, or uncooperative colleagues. We explore how to develop your emotional intelligence around reading body language, deescalating upset parents/staff, developing more effective relationships, structuring the critical conversation for positive outcomes and much more. Supporting you to manage the demands of parents in a positive, productive manner will ease the stress and allow you to focus on your core business of teaching. Leadership team members are encouraged to attend as skills can be easily transferred to working with teachers to create cooperative, professional learning communities’.

Venue : Rydges Hobart, 393 Argyle St, North Hobart, Tasmania.

7

From Theory to Practice : Creating an Inclusive Framework for High Ability and Gifted Learners

‘This workshop explores the essential components of a successful High Achievers/Gifted Learners Program. This workshop will provide evidence-based strategies for creating an inclusive framework that supports high-ability and gifted learners’ academic and social-emotional needs. Participants will learn how to develop a program that reflects the school’s vision and mission and is tailored to meet the needs of their unique student population. Through interactive activities and case studies, participants will gain a deeper understanding of how to identify and support high-ability and gifted learners and provide equitable access to resources and opportunities. Participants will leave the workshop with practical tools and strategies for building an inclusive framework to help their school community evolve and sustain a successful High Achievers/Gifted Learners Program’.

Venue : TBC, Melbourne CBD, Melbourne, Victoria.

7

STEM Hour : STEM inquiry and childhood development

‘Children’s early experiences and relationships in the first five years of life are critical for development. Healthy childhood development means changes in not only their physical health but also changes in their social, emotional, behaviour, thinking and communication skills. In this webinar, our panel discusses how STEM inquiry and play-based pedagogies can help support healthy childhood development’.

Venue : This webinar will be hosted on Zoom. The Zoom link will be emailed to you the day before.

7

The Fluency Puzzle - The next steps in Reading from Stage 1 to Upper Primary

‘In this 1-day professional learning workshop you will learn about the importance of fluency instruction, how to assess the development of fluency skills and practical strategies for developing strong and fluent readers in your classroom. We will consider assessment tools and interpreting normed data and we will model a range of resources and lesson ideas that you can use as part of your ‘fluency toolkit’.’

Venue : SPELD NSW, Level 1, 52 O’Connell Street, Parramatta, NSW.

7-8

23 Conference Home - ACAL Australian Council for Adult Literacy

Dynamic Dialogues, Vibrant Literacies : Reflect, Connect, Grow. ‘ACAL’s 2023 National Conference will address a broad scope of critically important themes, relating to adult literacy policy, practice, research and theory. It will provide a variety of presentation types and offer delegates an opportunity to focus on their collective concerns related to adult literacy and numeracy in Australia, discuss key issues in the field, share their work and rebuild networks. The conference welcomes involvement from anyone with an interest in, and concern for adult literacy at any level or location’.

Venue : Thursday morning - TAFE SA, 120 Currie Street, Adelaide. Thursday afternoon and all day Friday - U City, 43 Franklin Street, Adelaide, South Australia.

7-8

2023 Workplace Mental Health Symposium

‘This conference will draw upon experts in the fields of leadership, human resources, stress management and mental health, workplace behaviour and organisational culture to help you build a framework for developing a healthy workplace environment. Join us at the 2023 Workplace Mental Health Symposium and leave inspired by stories, programs and policies from across industries, businesses large and small, and a diverse cross section of organisations and presenters’.

Venue : Gold Coast, Queensland.

8

Behaviour Management 101 – what they didn‘t teach you at college

‘We all want to imagine ourselves as expert teachers who can manage most classroom behaviours. We want to believe that we can have respectful relationships with students and that they are excited to come to class and behave in civil and productive ways. Some of us may view behaviour management as an “art form” rather than a “systematic process” that needs to be established, practised, and reviewed constantly. How do the really good teachers make classroom management look effortless ? What are the basics of most effective discipline systems ? The key to any positive and engaging behaviour management system is that it must be “values” driven and have a “relational” focus to build a robust classroom community and to maximise academic outcomes. This workshop will assist you to create and update your own classroom management model based on Positive Behaviour Development’.

Venue : Live Streamed Webinar.

8

Programming the New 7-10 English Syllabus - Western Plains

‘We are all now programming for the new 7-10 English syllabus. Let the ETA help you ensure your programs are designed for student engagement in learning and growth in knowledge, skills and understanding. This day-long workshop will support you in reviewing your current programs in terms of the requirements of the new syllabus to adapt, where possible and transform where needed’.

Venue : Dubbo RSL, Cnr Brisbane Street and Wingewarra Street, Dubbo, NSW.

8

STAWA Psychology Teachers Convention 2023

‘The focus will be on the new Year 12 syllabus - Unit 4. Workshops include the integration of content and development of assessment items. Please bring your laptop, charger and Psychology resources. Watch this space as more information will be up soon’.

Venue : University of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia.

8-9

Sydney Careers & Employment Expo

‘The event is for school students, parents, teachers, graduates, job seekers, people looking for courses and workers seeking new opportunities. The Expo is packed with Free advice, you can … Talk with over 100 Training Organisations and Employers; Gain Free Career Advice; Discover Jobs of the Future; Talk with Leading Organisations about Training & Apprenticeships; Experience the Free Career Seminars; and Learn how to write a Winning Resume. If you are looking for a job, career change, courses or you are a school student looking for a career path, you can’t afford to miss the Expo’.

Venue : Hordern Pavilion, Moore Park, Sydney, NSw.

8-10

The 7th ICDTE 2023|International Conference On Digital Technology in Education

The conference ‘aims to bring together researchers, scientists, engineers, and scholar students to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas and research results about all aspects of Digital Technology in Education and discuss the practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted. The conference will be held every year to make it an ideal platform for people to share views and experiences in Digital Technology in Education and related areas’.

Venue : Hangzhou, China.

9

Aspirant Leaders Program [Hobart]

Powerful Partnerships. ‘This Leadership Program is designed for teachers and leaders who are looking to improve and develop their leadership qualities. Whether you have just landed your first leadership position, are considering a future in a leadership role, or have been in leadership for some time and need that spark, this workshop will support your growth and development as a leader. We will cover essential attributes and skills of effective leadership including : time management, influencing others, management V leadership, strategic planning, crucial conversations, building the capacity of others, leading with integrity … and so much more’.

Venue : Rydges Hobart, 393 Argyle St, North Hobart, Tasmania.

9

Exploring Music from the Torres Strait

Musica Viva Australia. ‘At this session, as well as discussing cultural protocols around the inclusion of First Nations content in classrooms, we will work with original music composed by Dujon Niue from Mua Island in the Torres Strait. Creative music activities will be explored in order to build music skills and promote cultural awareness. This workshop is designed for both generalist and specialist music teachers’.

Venue : Launceston Christian School Performing Arts Centre, 452A W Tamar Rd, Riverside, Tasmania.

9

Invigorate 2023 Conference

‘Held annually in South West Sydney, NSW, we welcome early childhood educators and teachers from across the country to join us for a day of learning and networking via exposure to creative and innovative teaching methods where we come together to learn how to best nourish and nurture the next generation. Featuring a lineup of Australia’s most renowned early childhood educators and experts, this day long event will inspire attendees through speeches, panels & workshops to look to the future of early childhood education, equipping them with innovative teaching techniques that incorporate art, music, theatre, technology and animal-play’.

Venue : Camden Civic Centre, Cnr Oxley & Mitchell Streets, Camden, NSW.

10-13

TEFMA23Conference

‘TEFMA23 conference will be entirely a TEFMA led and focused event. It promises to be packed with an exciting face-to-face program that will allow members and business partners to reflect upon past accomplishments, renew friendships and extend networks. The conference theme, The New Frontiers : Evolutions & Revolutions, has been carefully chosen to mark the milestone and encapsulates not only the changes within our business but to let us celebrate what we, as a professional community, continue to achieve. This conference will be one for us to share our thoughts and exchange ideas on how to chart our journey forward to reach new heights’.

Venue : International Convention Centre Sydney, 14 Darling Drive, Darling Harbour, Sydney, NSW.

11

Atomic Habits - James Clear Live [Melbourne]

ACEL. ‘Atomic Habits is a revolutionary guide to using tiny changes in behaviour to transform our lives. A #1 New York Times bestseller, it has now sold over 15 million copies worldwide. During a keynote and Q&A, James will teach you simple hacks to make incremental changes at an atomic level, to ensure these habits will stick. Discover how tiny changes can have remarkable results. An event for individuals and teams, don’t miss this opportunity to access a framework that works for any habit and the tools and strategies to adopt good habits for life. Moderated by master interviewer Holly Ransom, members have access to an additional ‘Design Your Habits for Success’ virtual workshop, and a month of habit-forming content to ensure their success !’

Venue : Melbourne Convention Centre, Melbourne, Victoria.

11

Data Analysis to empower your teaching

Actually use the data and feedback strategies to build effective change within the classroom. Learn how data can empower the teaching and learning in your class. This workshop explores how to use various data analysis techniques as a tool for driving change and success in the classroom. From this workshop participants will walk away with : A range of resources to assess student’s skills and prior knowledge; Uncover the impact of identifying areas of concern; Trial and explore the STAR data analysis tool; Learn techniques on how to analyse data and use this to differentiate your classroom; and Discover the power of predictive data to empower your teaching’.

Venue : Live Streamed Webinar.

11-13

New !TEFMA23 Conference

The New Frontiers : Evolutions & Revolutions. ‘TEFMA23 conference will be entirely a TEFMA led and focused event. It promises to be packed with an exciting face-to-face program that will allow members and business partners to reflect upon past accomplishments, renew friendships and extend networks. The conference theme has been carefully chosen to mark the milestone and encapsulates not only the changes within our business but to let us celebrate what we, as a professional community, continue to achieve. This conference will be one for us to share our thoughts and exchange ideas on how to chart our journey forward to reach new heights’

Venue : International Coinvention Centre, Sydney, NSW.

11-13

The Gartner IT Symposium/Xpo™ 2023 Conference, Australia

‘Join Gartner experts and your community of CIO and IT executive peers at Gartner IT Symposium/Xpo 2023 to participate in interactive and collaborative sessions, share experiences and access personalized tools to equip you with a detailed plan to support your critical priorities. Gartner IT Symposium/Xpo addresses the strategic needs of enterprise CIOs and their leadership teams’.

Venue : Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre, 2684-2690 Gold Coast Highway, Broadbeach, Queensland.

12

Atomic Habits - James Clear Live [Online]

ACEL. ‘Atomic Habits is a revolutionary guide to using tiny changes in behaviour to transform our lives. A #1 New York Times bestseller, it has now sold over 15 million copies worldwide. During a keynote and Q&A, James will teach you simple hacks to make incremental changes at an atomic level, to ensure these habits will stick. Discover how tiny changes can have remarkable results. An event for individuals and teams, don’t miss this opportunity to access a framework that works for any habit and the tools and strategies to adopt good habits for life. Moderated by master interviewer Holly Ransom, members have access to an additional ‘Design Your Habits for Success’ virtual workshop, and a month of habit-forming content to ensure their success !’

Venue : Virtual Studio.

12

Atomic Habits - James Clear Live [Sydney]

ACEL. ‘Atomic Habits is a revolutionary guide to using tiny changes in behaviour to transform our lives. A #1 New York Times bestseller, it has now sold over 15 million copies worldwide. During a keynote and Q&A, James will teach you simple hacks to make incremental changes at an atomic level, to ensure these habits will stick. Discover how tiny changes can have remarkable results. An event for individuals and teams, don’t miss this opportunity to access a framework that works for any habit and the tools and strategies to adopt good habits for life. Moderated by master interviewer Holly Ransom, members have access to an additional ‘Design Your Habits for Success’ virtual workshop, and a month of habit-forming content to ensure their success !’

Venue : International Convention Centre, Sydney, NSW.

12

Autism : What are the Early Indicators ?

Autism Association of Western Australia. ‘This information session will help participants : Identify the early signs of Autism; Understand diagnostic and intervention pathways; Support families of children showing signs of Autism; Learn about services and family supports offered by the Autism Association of WA and referral pathways’.

Venue : Webinar.

12

Constitution Masterclass - Parliamentary Education Office

‘In this exciting collaboration between the Parliamentary Education Office, the National Archives of Australia and the High Court of Australia, teachers will explore the significance of Australia’s Constitution, the High Court’s role in interpreting it and how the National Archives of Australia preserve it and other important documents. This workshop is aligned to the Australian Curriculum and is suitable for primary and secondary teachers. This workshop is facilitated through Zoom’.

Venue : Online.

12

HR Strategy Summit Victoria 2023 [ForeFront]

‘Strong HR leadership is critical to a company’s ability not just to survive, but to thrive. The nature of work is changing and employees expect organisations to keep up. More than ever, business leaders need HR to be proactive and creative partners, as they work together to address changing business strategies and ways of working. The HR Strategy Summit will bring together over 120 senior HR and People leaders for a strategic and interactive conversation on the evolution of leadership, driving organisational growth , enabling employees through digital transformation and building capabilities in teams for a data driven future’.

Venue : ZINC at Federation Square, Cnr Princes Walk & Russell St Ext, Melbourne, Victoria.

12

International Conference on Education and Technology [IC-ET-23]

‘As a highly anticipated event drawing the attention of the global academic community, this conference will be built on the bedrock of outstanding research contributions by highly talented professionals from the global research community, public sector and industry. Everything from conference paper, poster and abstract presentations to scintillating keynote speeches, talks, Q&A Sessions and Workshops have been planned as part of the ICEFB Conference organisers overall focus on raising awareness of the contributions to nurture, cultivate, enhance and accelerate the adoption of the latest Education and Technology developments and innovations’.

Venue : ibis Melbourne Little Bourke Street, 600 Little Bourke St, Melbourne, Victoria.

12

Mentoring New Teachers [WEBINAR 36]

‘Jennifer Middleton, Cannon Hill Anglican College. Overview still to be enclosed’.

Venue : Webinar.

12

Psychological Safety Toolkit for Managers and Leaders

‘Prioritising wellbeing - A practical guide for managers and leaders on navigating psychosocial risks. Define a leader’s role in ensuring a safe and healthy work environment. Identify psychosocial hazards, red flags and warning signs within your teams and organisation. Discover the direct correlation between professional success and mental health. Practical strategies and tools to build a high-performance workplace by prioritising your team’s wellbeing’.

Venue : Virtual / Streaming.

12-13

Making Maths Real & Fun – Assessment & Teaching Strategies

‘Tuesday 12th September - The importance of Diagnostic Assessment in the creation of focused Maths Support plans. Sarah will go through Diagnostic Maths Assessment to assess a student’s maths knowledge. She will demonstrate completing an Assessment Map to highlight areas of secure knowledge and facilitate writing of an Individual Maths Development Plan [IMDP]. Wednesday 13th September - Let’s make Maths real and make it fun ! In this webinar we will work with a variety of concrete resources that can be used to build our students’ understanding of number, increase their confidence and develop secure visual images. The webinar will also look at games and activities for revisiting and overlearning essential maths concepts’.

Venue : Online.

12-13

Making Spelling Stick - Explicit Planning and Instruction

‘In this 2-day course we take participants through the journey of planning for explicit spelling instruction. Working closely with a SPELD NSW scope and sequence we model how to program for spelling instruction, giving participants lots of hands-on opportunities to plan and receive feedback. We consider spelling instruction based phonic patterns, orthographic conventions and morphology. We then look at explicit instruction using model scripts that teachers can use and adapt in their own practice. We also consider assessment and how to implement spaced retrieval practice to support committing those words to Long Term Memory !’

Venue : SPELD NSW, Level 1, 52 O’Connell Street, Parramatta, NSW.

13

Creating Purposeful Individual Education Plans

‘An IEP is a legal document that comprises individual goals, adjustments that can be made and strategies to assist the goals to be reached. IEPs support teachers, caregivers and students by monitoring student progress and supporting their specific learning needs. When purposefully written and implemented IEPs can support students in their learning environment to reach their full potential. This IEP workshop will cover – What is an IEP, Who needs an IEP, Behaviour Modification Plans [BMPs], Who is involved in creating the IEP, What should be on an IEP, Understanding SLDs, Adjustments and examples, Templates, Case studies plus References and further information’.

Venue : Live Streamed Webinar.

13

Embed Learning – Ensure Retention

‘Join Laurie Kelly from Brain Friendly Training in this webinar/workshop to explore the concept of Spaced Recall and how you can assist your students to embed learning with a variety of fun revision activities and techniques. Learners won’t even know they are revising yet will still experience how effectively the Learning ‘sticks’ as a result. Embed knowledge fast and watch student confidence soar !’

Venue : Online [1.5 hours].

13

Flint & Steel Governance Webinar #3

Christian Education National. ‘We warmly invite all board members [Principals and Business Managers are also most welcome] to participate in our second online Governance webinar for 2023. This webinar for boards will be looking at the most pressing issues that have arisen and/or continue to arise for school governance in 2023’.

Venue : Webinar.

13

In-Person Workshop : Skills First Masterclass

‘This full day workshop is an opportunity for compliance administrators to consolidate their understanding of the Skills First contract and associated obligations. Join Chris Enright as he unpacks the clauses of the contractual obligations and dives into determination of eligibility, tuition fee reporting, training plans, audits and AVETMISS reporting. Various activities are conducted throughout the day, providing participants with an opportunity to learn from the experience of others and remain engaged across the day. You’ll leave with an in-depth understanding of the guidelines and supporting documentation, as well as your data reporting obligations, common traps, strategies for improving data quality and reducing errors/rejects’.

Venue : VET Development Centre, Level 8, 379 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria.

13

Kids do well if they can : Creating the perfect learning environment for your students

‘Join us for an immersive, hands-on one-day workshop tailored to primary and secondary school teachers. Kids do well if they can : Creating the perfect learning environment for your students is designed to provide you with essential insights, strategies and skills to excel in your teaching career and create a positive learning environment for your students. This 1 day workshop also includes on-going support throughout the year with monthly group coaching, newsletters and a private facebook group. Morning Tea and Lunch Provided’. Further informqtion re courses.

Venue : TBC, Gold Coast, Queensland.

13

Presentation Skills AITD

‘During this highly interactive course you’ll have ample opportunities to practice as we work through everything from warming up and preparation, voice and body control, gestures and visuals, to reading an audience, and conveying authority and power. You’ll learn how to strengthen your presence, engage an audience, communicate effectively, structure content to suit a purpose and increase your persuasiveness’. Also check their expected outcomes.

Venue : TBC, Brisbane CBD, Brisbane, Queensland.

13-14

2023 WA HR Leadership Summit - HR Leaders Network

‘The changing nature of work has reminded us of the importance of shared purpose, meaning and the impact that we make collectively in the workplace. The 2023 WA HR Leadership Summit will strongly emphasise the alignment of organisational purpose and values as catalysts for change in building a more human, collaborative and resilient workplace. Beyond that, HR leaders are evolving to become experts at preparing people with what they need to succeed in the future of work and collectively facilitate change’. Key discussion topics are provided on the home page.

Venue : The Westin, Perth, Western Australia.

13-15

Assurance of Learning Seminar [AACSB]

‘Join a cohort of your peers in three live lessons facilitated by globally recognised Assurance of Learning experts. Build skills and network in interactive, workshop-style lessons focused on creating a customised AoL process for your school. Build and refine your competency goals [learning goals], learning objectives and rubrics through group interactions, breakout sessions and spaced learning in a virtual environment’.

Venue : This virtual seminar will take place each day 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Central European Time; 3:00 – 6:00 p.m. Singapore Standard Time.

13-27

Mentoring in Education - Principles, practices and skills

Ako Aotearoa. ‘Learn about the preparation required to ensure mentors and mentees gain the full benefits of a mentoring relationship. Suitable for individuals or groups intending to start or refine an existing mentoring scheme. Suitable for mentors or mentees and a combination of both. The course is three weeks in duration which includes weekly one-and-a-half-hour online video conferences providing direct interaction with the facilitator. There are some tasks for collaboration and reflection of the materials presented’.

Venue : Online Course [8:30 am AEST].

14

New !Adaptive Teaching : Meeting the Needs of Students in Today’s Classroom

Sanguine Consulting. ‘In this workshop, participants will discover a practical and intentional process for the planning and implementing of adaptive teaching. Participants will gain tools to use knowledge about each student for decision-making and managing the multiple needs within a classroom. This workshop will provide strategies to meet the needs of both highest performing students and struggling students within one lesson. Participants will gain new teaching practices that make a significant difference to student learning’.

Venue : Online. 7.00pm - 10.00pm [Singapore presentation, 2 hours later than Sydney time.] .

14

New !AUSA Day [Mini-Conference] 2023

‘We are excited to announce the AUSA Day [mini-Conference] for 2023. This year, it will be hosted by UNSW in Sydney, on Thursday 14th September, following the TEFMA23 Conference [see below]. By scheduling it this way, we hope to facilitate more face-to-face attendance. AUSA Day will once again be provided to our members at no cost, featuring a carefully curated lineup of speakers who will address the challenges we face in our industry, including health, safety and well-being. This will be an opportunity to hear from a selection of presenters hand-picked for our membership, as well as an opportunity to network with your AUSA colleagues’

Venue : The Council Chambers, UNSW Chancellery [C22], UNSW, Sydney, NSW.

14

Beyond ChatGPT Towards AI policy and assessment

‘This full day session explores the implications of Generative AI beyond ChatGPT, including text, image, audio and video generation. The session will explore the emerging policies coming from state education departments and offer advice on best practice for assessments and how to develop flexible and appropriate school policies. The session is practical and suitable for all educators interested in AI, assessment and academic integrity’.

Venue : Live Streamed Webinar.

14

Emerging Leaders Series : Supporting Teams to be Effective [Darwin]

‘In this session we will explore : How to approach building team effectiveness; Core elements of effective teams; Personality styles and team dynamics; Actions and behaviours that build effective teams; Giving and receiving feedback; and Reflecting on yourself – how you show up as a leader. This training is ideal for : Leaders directing their team through change; Anyone new to leadership; Those leaders who want to learn from others and expand their skills; and Leaders wanting to build their confident in leadership and management’.

Venue : EASA Training Room [The Avenue] 217/12 Salonika Street, Parap, Northern Territory.

14

Reflection - creating a lively culture of professional inquiry

ECTARC. ‘This workshop encourages participants to explore critical reflection as a valuable tool to inform an ongoing journey of continuous improvement. Participants will engage in a series of reflective questions regarding current practices and will be guided to consider opportunities to extend and enrich their practices. The big ideas of the approved learning frameworks will be investigated along with the principles, practices and learning outcomes as a foundation for critical reflection. Participants will examine strategies to construct new understandings informed by theory, research and practice and support other educators in their reflective practice’.

Venue : Online.

14

Supporting Challenging Students

‘One of the most frustrating issues for many teachers is low level classroom disruptions often caused by challenging students. This webinar will address a range of common concerns about behaviour management that teachers share – What works with challenging students ?; How do I defuse conflict and reduce confrontation as the adult in the classroom ?; Is there a set of skills effective teachers use to reduce challenging behaviours ?; How can I manage less and teach more ?; Why do students behave like this – challenging ?; What is an effective classroom behaviour plan with challenging students ?; and How can I reflect on my teaching practice and examine what may be contributing to challenging behaviour ? This webinar will explore a classroom behaviour plan that all teachers can implement in their classroom and take away a range of tips and strategies that will support our toughest kids to begin cooperating’.

Venue : Live Streamed Webinar.

14-15

Adaptive Teaching : Meeting the Needs of Students in Today’s Classroom [Sanguine Consulting]

‘In this workshop, participants will discover a practical and intentional process for the planning and implementing of adaptive teaching. Participants will gain tools to use knowledge about each student for decision-making and managing the multiple needs within a classroom. This workshop will provide strategies to meet the needs of both highest performing students and struggling students within one lesson. Participants will gain new teaching practices that make a significant difference to student learning’.

Venue : Online [7:00 pm - 10:00 pm, Asia/Singapore time].

14-15

Thirteenth Annual Conference on Health, Wellness & Society

‘The Health, Wellness & Society Research Network is brought together by a common concern in the fields of human health and wellness and in particular their social interconnections and implications. We seek to build an epistemic community where we can make linkages across disciplinary, geographic and cultural boundaries. As a Research Network, we are defined by our scope and concerns and motivated to build strategies for action framed by our shared themes and tensions’.

Venue : University of British Columbia, Robson Square, Vancouver, Canada AND Online.

14-15

Youth MHFA [Tambellup]

‘The Youth Mental Health First Aid course is for adults working or living with adolescents [those aged between 12 and 18 years]. However, the course can be relevant for those helping people who are a little younger or older. This course is particularly suitable for parents, school staff, sports coaches, and youth workers’.

Venue : Tambellup CRC, Norrish Road, Tambellup, Western Australia.

15

AISNSW Wingara Education Conference 2023 - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice across the Curriculum

‘The AISNSW Wingara Education Conference - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice across the Curriculum invites all teachers from Kindergarten through to Year 12 to learn the importance of enabling First Nations voice, authorship and cultural knowledges the curriculum for all students. Join us for a day of hearing from leading Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledge holders, authors and teachers who are creating change through drawing authentic First Nations Voices into the curriculum to strengthen the traditional and contemporary connections for all students’.

Venue : AISNSW, Level 12, 99 York Street, Sydney, NSW.

15

International Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning [ICDTL - 23]

‘The primary objective of this conference is to provide attendees with a unique opportunity to share their experiences, knowledge, and ideas on a global stage. The program features a blend of industry presentations, expert panels, and international keynote speakers. At ICDTL, all attendees, presenters, keynote speakers and volunteers will have access to world-class facilities and resources, providing them with valuable opportunities to achieve their professional goals, regardless of their diverse backgrounds’.

Venue : TBC, Melbourne, Victoria.

15

namuru : workshop for Early Childhood and Primary 2023

‘namuru means ‘path’ or ‘compass’ in the language of the Gadigal people, the traditional owners of the land and waters that the MCA is situated upon. During this 1-day program, you will develop confidence in delivering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander content in the early childhood and primary classroom. Led by the MCA’s Coordinator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Learning and MCA artist educators, namuru draws on the principals of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Framework to provide a foundation for the development of meaningful learning experiences. You will gain a deeper insight into contemporary art practices and an understanding of best practice strategies for teaching and learning about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and artists in the early childhood and primary years’.

Venue : NCCL : Level 3, Museum of Contemporary Art, The Rocks, Sydney, NSW.

15

Tasmanian Principals Meeting

Christian Education National. Initial information only. Monitor regularly for further updates.

Venue : Northern Christian School, 7 Cobbs Hill Road, Bridgewater, Tasmania.

15

Teacher Professional Development Program - Success for Students with ADHD 2023 [ADHD WA]

‘Whether you are a primary or secondary school teacher, school principal, or education assistant, this professional development program will provide new perspectives and a better understanding of : What is happening inside the ADHD brain from a neuro-psychological perspective; The biggest challenges and daily struggles for young people with ADHD; Barriers to learning [spoiler : attention is not the main barrier]; Strategies that overcome barriers and support your students to achieve success; and How to partner with families to achieve better outcomes. You will learn how to implement a strengths-based approach and apply practical, high impact teaching strategies that will support engagement in learning and improved behaviour’.

Venue : The Boulevard Centre, 99 The Boulevard, Floreat, Western Australia.

15 & 22

Foundations of Project Leadership

‘Over the two days [15 and 22 September], attendees will explore the foundation principles, theories and behaviours of leadership within a project management setting. You will also learn about how emotional intelligence [EQ] behaviours can build trust and create cohesive relationships for effective workplace performance and have the opportunity to make new connections with like-minded project professionals’.

Venue : Online [9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Australia/Sydney].

15-17

2023 MANSW Annual Conference - Mathematical Association of NSW Inc.

Detais of Keynote Speakers are provided on the home page as is further information regardig registration and several other aspects. Monitor for other related information.

Venue : Novotel Northbeach Wollongong, 2-14 Cliff Rd, North Wollongong, NSW.

16

Beginning Teacher Conferences [Surry Hills]

NSW Teachers Federation. ‘These conferences are aimed at members who are in their first few years of teaching. Content covered includes : processes for achieving accreditation as a Proficient teacher with NESA, including the gathering of appropriate evidence and using lesson observations through the first years of teaching; advice for teachers already maintaining their accreditation at Proficient; planning and programming; classroom management; and Aboriginal education. Beginning Teachers Conferences are an excellent way for teachers to build professional networks to support them throughout their careers’.

Venue : TBC, Surry Hills, Sydney, NSW.

18

Falling Walls Lab Australia 2023 [Australian Academy of Science]

‘The goal of the Falling Walls Lab is to advance scientific and entrepreneurial visions, and to initiate and promote exchange between outstanding talents and innovative thinkers across disciplines. Falling Walls Labs are organised by independent partners of the Falling Walls Foundation and are held in locations across the globe, with the winners from each Lab being invited to present at the Falling Walls Lab global finale in Berlin on 7 November 2023. The Lab is a fast-paced and exciting event that provides a platform for young researchers to share their ideas for solving grand challenges to help shape a more sustainable future’.

Venue : The Shine Dome, 15 Gordon Street, Canberra, ACT.

18

Risk Assessment and Management in Schools : Child Protection and Mental Health

‘This course outlines processes and procedures in response to risk of harm related to student self-harm, suicidality, aggression or problematic sexualised behaviour. Participants will be guided through the following : identifying risk of harm and providing supports; involving specialist staff [internal or external]; and collaborating and ongoing planning to mitigate risk. The course will also outline how to complete a School Risk Assessment to uphold duty of care obligations to students, teachers and the school community. Case studies will be provided’.

Venue : AISNSW, Level 12, 99 York Street, Sydney NSW.

18

The Educational Leader Conference 2023 - Connecting Practice to Theory : Finding Ideals and Ideas of Possibility [Melbourne]

‘The role of educational leadership focuses on curriculum and pedagogy rather than on management and administration. It has been argued that educational leadership is, in effect, leadership for learning [NZCA, 2013]. This inspiring conference, now in its fifth year, is unique. We promise you a day of engagement and provocation – our purpose is to support those individuals in the role of educational leader. Join a stellar lineup of speakers who will assist and guide you to consider ways of transforming the educational practices at your site towards improved quality outcomes’.

Venue : Novotel Melbourne Preston, 215 Bell Street, Preston, Victoria.

18-20

2023 Conference - The Inclusive Museum Research Network

‘The Inclusive Museum Research Network is brought together by a shared concern for the future role of the museum and how it can become more inclusive. We seek to build an epistemic community where we can make linkages across disciplinary, geographic and cultural boundaries. As a Research Network, we are defined by our scope and concerns and motivated to build strategies for action framed by our shared themes and tensions. The Sixteenth International Conference on the Inclusive Museum calls for research addressing the following annual themes and special focus’.

Venue : UBC Robson Square, Vancouver, Canada plus Online.

18-22

2023 Technology Exchange - Internet2

‘You know you can expect five content-packed days in Minneapolis during TechEX23, which is the premier technical event in the global research and education [R&E] community. The event brings together a community of technical visionaries – a group that includes the most inventive chief technologists, scientists, engineers, architects, operators and students - in a forum for debate, discussion and conversations critical to ensuring that we, as global technology leaders, are aligned and moving forward together’.

Venue : Hilton Minneapolis, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.

19

AISNSW Child Protection Conference 2023 - Keeping Children and Young People Safe, Together

‘The AISNSW is launching its inaugural Child Protection Conference as an opportunity to bring together a broad range of school staff, practitioners and speakers interested in developing new strategies in managing the safety and wellbeing of students and staff in schools. The Conference will provide an opportunity to engage with the issues of consent and respectful relationships and the Community Cohesion Project, and will assist you to developing a deeper understanding of the approaches needed in schools to identify, manage and respond to safeguarding concerns’.

Venue : AISNSW, Level 12, 99 York Street, Sydney, NSW.

19

Evidence-Based Reading in Action

‘This 1-day course gives teachers a range of hands-on activities to help them understand some of the key elements that need to be included in an evidence-based approach to reading instruction. We will explore how to support decoding skills, word reading automaticity, fluency and ultimately comprehension through a range of engaging and hands-on activities and resources’.

Venue : Quality Suites Pioneer Sands, 19 Carters Lane, Towradgi, NSW.

19

The Educational Leader Conference 2023 - Connecting Practice to Theory : Finding Ideals and Ideas of Possibility [Canberra]

‘The role of educational leadership focuses on curriculum and pedagogy rather than on management and administration. It has been argued that educational leadership is, in effect, leadership for learning [NZCA, 2013]. This inspiring conference, now in its fifth year, is unique. We promise you a day of engagement and provocation – our purpose is to support those individuals in the role of educational leader. Join a stellar lineup of speakers who will assist and guide you to consider ways of transforming the educational practices at your site towards improved quality outcomes’.

Venue : TBC, Canberra, ACT.

19-21

The Science Experience [Townsville]

‘CQUniversity invites you to come and experience STEM in the real world and start thinking about your career in science, technology, engineering and maths. Students will spend an exciting 3 days working in teams to solve a real-world problem learning from experts in the field and ways to approach solving problems. The program will include hands-on activities and talks with CQUniversity students and staff’.

Venue : CQUniversity, Townsville, Queensland.

20

AISNSW Education Research Symposium 2023 - Fostering Evidence Enriched Cultures

‘The 2023 AISNSW Education Research Symposium will explore the essential question - How do I know what practices are contextually relevant to my school and the students we teach today ? Connect with leaders, educators and researchers from across Australia as we collectively engage with what it means to enhance your school’s evidence-enriched culture. The Symposium is framed around three key themes : how to identify and engage with high quality research; de-implementation and how to know what to let go; and building capacity and fostering evidence-enriched cultures. Be open to challenging your assumptions and learning new approaches. Engage and network through a range of inspiring presentations, live keynotes, panels and practical workshops facilitated by leading researchers and educators’.

Venue : AISNSW, Level 12, 99 York Street, Sydney, NSW.

20

The Educational Leader Conference 2023 - Connecting Practice to Theory : Finding Ideals and Ideas of Possibility [Sydney]

‘The role of educational leadership focuses on curriculum and pedagogy rather than on management and administration. It has been argued that educational leadership is, in effect, leadership for learning [NZCA, 2013]. This inspiring conference, now in its fifth year, is unique. We promise you a day of engagement and provocation – our purpose is to support those individuals in the role of educational leader. Join a stellar lineup of speakers who will assist and guide you to consider ways of transforming the educational practices at your site towards improved quality outcomes’.

Venue : Doltone House Darling Island, 48 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont, Sydney, NSW.

20

Valuable Conversations - Webinar [Professional Learning Institute]

‘Conversations are critical and we have them every day, but in today’s complex, dynamic and challenging work environment are these conversations as powerful and effective as they could be? When handled well, conversations can be an opportunity to deepen our understanding of issues, learn from others, and to develop positive and productive relationships’.

Venue : Webinar [This is a REPEAT session.].

20

WA 2023 It Takes a Spark ! STEM Conference

‘Most conferences currently being offered on STEM, STEAM and Entrepreneurship tend to be targeted towards teachers and involve a series of speakers and the occasional mini-workshops. This conference is designed to be different. This conference is designed by students and teachers for students and teachers. The intent of the It Takes a Spark Grok Academy STEM Conference is to bring together Students (Year 4 to 10) and Teachers to connect with inspiring industry role models, share their current school based activities and projects using an authentic sharing and experiential model, create networks of teachers and student teams and solve social justice design challenges’.

Venue : Peter Carnley Anglican Community School, 386 Wellard Rd, Wellard, Western Australia.

20-21

International Confederation of Principals - Forum and Conference

‘Join us at Santa’s Hotel Rovaniemi in Finland for the 2023 ICP Forum & Conference where we’ll engage in interactive workshops, international discussions, inspiring keynote speakers, cultural experiences and student participation while exploring relevant research and transferable practices for innovative teaching and learning’.

Venue : Hotel Rovaniemi, Finland.

20-21

Strategic Thinking and Advanced Problem Solving Workshop [Melbourne]

‘Apply a structured systems thinking approach to analysing problems and formulating strategy. Expand your perspective on opportunities and deepen your understanding of strategic issues. Harness stakeholder engagement principles to work collaboratively on organisational issues. Understand your role as a senior leader in empowering others to solve problems. Overcome common roadblocks to strategic thinking and problem solving’.

Venue : Cliftons Melbourne, Level 1, 440 Collins St, Melbourne, Victoria.

20-21

StudyWorld Autumn 2023

‘Our online events offer an affordable way for UK international education providers to regularly connect with agents and stay top of mind. You can share your meetings with colleagues and invite staff from other departments to join too. StudyWorld events connect UK English language centres and other UK international course providers and service providers with international agents and partners from around the world’.

Venue : Onlinre.

20-21

Youth MHFA [Shepparton]

‘The Youth Mental Health First Aid course is for adults working or living with adolescents [those aged between 12 and 18 years]. However, the course can be relevant for those helping people who are a little younger or older. This course is particularly suitable for parents, school staff, sports coaches, and youth workers’.

Venue : Training will be held at either Wangaratta or Shepparton Campus. Shepparton Campus address is Fryers Street, Shepparton, Victoria.

20-22

Assurance of Learning Seminar II [AACSB]

‘Build skills and network at an interactive event focused on examining innovative approaches to measuring, reporting and closing the loop in your assessment program’.

Venue : Virtual Format.

21

Advanced skills for elite Personal Assistants and Executive Assistants

‘This comprehensive, one-day program includes activities to develop skills, including : time management, people management, email management, social media management, managing meetings expertly, managing upward, handling sensitive information. Participants will be invited to provide input into their preferred focus area for the day prior to commencement of the program’.

Venue : ISV, 40 Rosslyn St, West Melbourne, Victoria.

21

International Conference on Distance Education and Educational Technology [ICDEET-23]

‘At our conference, we believe that by bringing together individuals from different backgrounds and perspectives, we can create new ideas and solutions that will have a positive impact on society. Our goals for this conference are to : Foster collaboration and innovation across different fields and industries; Showcase cutting-edge research and best practices; Provide a platform for thought leaders to share their insights and expertise; and Facilitate networking and knowledge-sharing among attendees. We believe that by achieving these goals, we can help drive progress and create positive change in the world. Whether you’re a student, academician, researcher, faculty member, or industry professional, we invite you to join us at this conference and help shape the future of your field’.

Venue : Sage Hotel Adelaide, 208 South Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia.

21

The Educational Leader Conference 2023 - Connecting Practice to Theory : Finding Ideals and Ideas of Possibility [Brisbane]

‘The role of educational leadership focuses on curriculum and pedagogy rather than on management and administration. It has been argued that educational leadership is, in effect, leadership for learning [NZCA, 2013]. This inspiring conference, now in its fifth year, is unique. We promise you a day of engagement and provocation – our purpose is to support those individuals in the role of educational leader. Join a stellar lineup of speakers who will assist and guide you to consider ways of transforming the educational practices at your site towards improved quality outcomes’.

Venue : Victoria Park, 309 Herston Road, Herston, Brisbane, Queensland.

21-22

Youth MHFA [Mundamia]

‘The Youth Mental Health First Aid course is for adults working or living with adolescents [those aged between 12 and 18 years]. However, the course can be relevant for those helping people who are a little younger or older. This course is particularly suitable for parents, school staff, sports coaches, and youth workers’.

Venue : MIND the GaP, University of Wollongong Shoalhaven Campus, Shoalhaven Campus, George Evans Road, Mundamia, NSW.

21-27

XIV Congress of the International Association for Engineering Geology and the Environment 2023

‘Based on the theme of “Engineering Geology for a Habitable Earth”, the congress is expected to enhance the disciplinary and research development of international engineering geology and the environment, and contribute to the advancement of major projects, ecological progress, and habitable earth with research and discussion in global climate change mitigation and adaption, geological hazard assessment and prevention, geotechnical properties of rock and soil mass, engineering geology applied to traffic, energy, urban and marine, ecological environment protection in major projects, and artificial intelligence, new theories and technologies in engineering geology, etc. We warmly welcome the worldwide engineering geological community to come to Chengdu to participate in this academic event’.

Venue : Century City International Convention Centre, Chengdu, China .

22

AISNSW Governance Symposium 2023 - Lessons from the Outside : The Future of Governance in Independent Schools

‘The AISNSW Governance Symposium 2023 brings Lessons from the Outside to the current school governance domain and examines how these lessons can influence and shape the future of school governance in independent schools. This year’s Symposium draws on the expertise of prominent international and national experts in charity regulation, AI, human rights, modern slavery and sustainability. Keynote addresses will be delivered by eminent leaders in their fields’.

Venue : International Convention Centre, 14 Darling Drive, Sydney, NSW.

22

LAST Conference Sydney - Together at Last

‘LAST Conference Sydney is an affordable, grassroots mini-conference for people involved in digital product development. The schedule encourages participation and interaction via talks, workshops and activities. We exist to help people who work in digital product development and related fields to share knowledge about the way they work together. By coming together and sharing knowledge and experience, we all learn to be better at work, continue to grow and help others and raise the level of the Sydney professional community’.

Venue : Sydney CBD Area, location TBC.

22

SoTEL Showcase #8

‘The SoTEL Showcases will feature four case studies of TEL practice from a variety of discipline contexts. Presenters will discuss their experiences of designing and implementing TEL innovation, providing tips and hints as well as issues in a discussion format with participants. Suitable for Academic staff looking for examples of educational design research in different disciplines presented by peer practitioners’.

Venue : Free Webinar.

22

The Educational Leader Conference 2023 - Connecting Practice to Theory : Finding Ideals and Ideas of Possibility [Hobart]

‘The role of educational leadership focuses on curriculum and pedagogy rather than on management and administration. It has been argued that educational leadership is, in effect, leadership for learning [NZCA, 2013]. This inspiring conference, now in its fifth year, is unique. We promise you a day of engagement and provocation – our purpose is to support those individuals in the role of educational leader. Join a stellar lineup of speakers who will assist and guide you to consider ways of transforming the educational practices at your site towards improved quality outcomes’.

Venue : The Henry Jones Art Hotel, 18 Hunter St, Hobart, Tasmania.

23

Little People Big Dreams

‘Child Australia, in partnership with the Northern Territory Government, is proud to present the 2023 Little People, Big Dreams Conference. For the past four years the conference has been a sold out event, inspiring individuals working in the Early Childhood Education and Care sector from around Australia. Hear from experts and national professionals at Darwin’s largest professional development opportunity for the Early Childhood Education & Care sector’.

Venue : DoubleTree by Hilton Esplanade Darwin, 116 The Esplanade, Darwin City, Northern Territory.

24-25

Senior International Leaders' Meeting 2023 [APRU]

‘The APRU Senior International Leaders’ Meeting 2023 will be hosted by The University of Sydney on September 24 and 25 on their campus. Please save the date for the meeting. Meeting agenda and accommodation information will be sent out around mid-July. The APRU team looks forward to hearing from you and meeting you in Sydney’.

Venue : University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW.

24-27

ASBA2023 - National Conference

‘ASBA is the peak body representing eight-chapter associations of business managers from non-government schools throughout Australia and New Zealand. The ASBA2023 National Conference Committee is confident that our conference will provide vibrant networking opportunities for delegates, exhibitors and sponsors. It is also a wonderful opportunity for delegates to see current trends and view products and services from a range of businesses supporting the education sector. We believe Innovate, Motivate, Integrate are all critical elements pertaining to the future of education and we bring you this theme for ASBA2023’.

Venue : Melbourne, Victoria.

24-27

2023 AHISA Biennial Conference

‘The Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia is proud to present the 19th Biennial Conference in 2023 with the theme, What now ? What next ?. Held only every two years, the AHISA Biennial is a premier conference event. It provides a platform for professional exchange between peers who aspire to and are recognised for excellence in autonomous school leadership. Access acclaimed speakers who bring rich experience and wisdom across the three conference streams - sustainability, wellbeing and leadership - and connect with peers in a spirit of collegiality, sharing your ideas, achievements and challenges’.

Venue : Sheridan Grand Mirage, God Coast, Queensland.

25

ACHPER SA/SACPSSA Primary Conference 2023

‘Ideal for anyone that teaches Primary HPE - Specialist, Classroom, Coordinator, Sport Coach, Pre-Service’.

Venue : The Lights Community & Sports Centre, 244 - 270 East Parkway, Lightsview, Adelaide, South Australia.

25

The Educational Leader Conference 2023 - Connecting Practice to Theory : Finding Ideals and Ideas of Possibility [Adelaide]

‘The role of educational leadership focuses on curriculum and pedagogy rather than on management and administration. It has been argued that educational leadership is, in effect, leadership for learning [NZCA, 2013]. This inspiring conference, now in its fifth year, is unique. We promise you a day of engagement and provocation – our purpose is to support those individuals in the role of educational leader. Join a stellar lineup of speakers who will assist and guide you to consider ways of transforming the educational practices at your site towards improved quality outcomes’.

Venue : Adelaide Pavilion, Cnr South Terrace and Peacock Road, Adelaide, South Australia.

25

The Educational Leader Conference 2023 - Connecting Practice to Theory : Finding Ideals and Ideas of Possibility [Perth]

‘The role of educational leadership focuses on curriculum and pedagogy rather than on management and administration. It has been argued that educational leadership is, in effect, leadership for learning [NZCA, 2013]. This inspiring conference, now in its fifth year, is unique. We promise you a day of engagement and provocation – our purpose is to support those individuals in the role of educational leader. Join a stellar lineup of speakers who will assist and guide you to consider ways of transforming the educational practices at your site towards improved quality outcomes’.

Venue : Karstens Perth, Level 1, 111 St Georges Terrace, Perth, Western Australia.

26

The Santos Science Experience [Discovery Centre, Queenscliff] [2]

‘One day only ! Immerse yourself in marine and freshwater science in one day. Sharks, plankton, crabs, sea horses and seaweed. Freshwater beasts both big [Murray Cod] and small [mini beasts]. Law enforcement in the aquatic world. A combination of presentations by scientists, hands on practicals and watery activities will lead to a fulfilling program that will allow you to explore the many possibilities for future studies and careers in aquatic science and beyond’.

Venue : Marine and Freshwater Discovery Centre, 2A Bellarine Hwy, Queenscliff, Victoria.

26-27

Disadvantage in Higher Education Conference

‘The conference will explore the barriers disadvantaged students face to enter into and complete tertiary education. Further information on the topics, speakers, and program will be released in due course. Stay in the loop with event developments by registering your interest to subscribe for updates [link to register interest form]’.

Venue : Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne, 328 Flinders Street, Melbourne, Victoria.

26-28

The Science Experience [University of Technology Sydney]

‘Various hands-on and fun science, maths, and technology activities. Explore some of the hottest topics in forensic science, physics, microbiology and mathematical modelling’.

Venue : University of Technology Sydney, Ultimo, Sydney, NSW.

26-28

THE World Academic Summit 2023

In partnership with the University of Sydney. ‘THE World Academic Summit 2023 will focus on the theme of collaboration. We will examine the role of higher education leaders and policymakers in diversifying and broadening ambitions and approaches to current global education systems. The event will set the agenda for the future and ensure the higher education sector is best placed to respond to global challenges by expanding on these themes : Adopting new methods of teaching and learning; Increasing cross-sector partnerships; Integrating multidisciplinary research initiatives; and Promoting gender equity and diversity’.

Venue : The University of Sydney Business School, Abercrombie Building H70, Corner of Abercrombie Street and Codrington Street, Darlington NSW.

26-29

EAIE Rotterdam 2023 [International education conference]

‘The 2023 conference theme is Connecting currents. Get inspired by the theme and our host city by watching the animation. From virtual learning to climate action, multilingualism to geopolitics, the currents we navigate as international educators are fast-moving and unpredictable, exciting and important. Connecting currents is about making sense of the complex world around us and drawing energy and insight from our diverse and vibrant community’.

Venue : Rotterdam Ahoy, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

27

International Conference on Arts, Education and Business [ICAEB-23]

‘The upcoming conference at has been organised and also scheduled to alleviate by serving as a focal point for reseachers in the discipline of Arts, Education, and Business from the world over to gather together, learn from one another, impart and propagate their expertise and put in place policies and mechanisms that will safeguard the steadfast growth and advancement of these aspects of education’.

Venue : Rendezvous Hotel Perth Central, 24 Mount St, Perth, Western Australia [Tentative Venue].

27-28

Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Workshop [Melbourne]

‘Unpack critical thinking as a mental process and set of action steps to address everyday problems. Apply practical outcome-driven models for critical thinking and problem solving. Expand your perspective and deepen your understanding of issues and problems impacting your work. Understand team dynamics in problem solving and how to work with others in the process. Overcome common roadblocks to critical thinking and problem solving’.

Venue : Cliftons Melbourne, Level 1, 440 Collins St, Melbourne, Victoria.

27-28

Learning Data and Analytics Online Conference

The Learning Guild. ‘On the Monday morning and Tuesday evening, prior to the start of the event, we will send you an email that contains your personal Event Passport. Your Event Passport contains your unique logins for each and every session and other information critical to your event participation, so please watch your inbox and flag this important message when you receive it’.

Venue : Online.

27-29

2023 FLANZ Conference - Flexible Learning Association of New Zealand

‘Watch this space for news of our early planning for the 2023 FLANZ Conference’.

Venue : TBC, Auckland, New Zealand.

27-29

ACEL National Conference 2023 - About

Learning from the Past, Leading for the Future. ‘Prepare to be inspired and challenged at the 2023 ACEL National Conference. We are committed to delivering an exceptional experience that promises to be intellectually stimulating, immersive and thought-provoking. With a dynamic program designed to engage attendees through interactive sessions, inspiring keynote speeches, and diverse networking opportunities, the conference is certain to be an event not to be missed. Join us as we explore the latest trends, best practices and emerging ideas in education and connect with like-minded professionals who are passionate about advancing learning and teaching for the future’.

Venue : Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Brisbane, Queens;and.

27-29

aes23 International Evaluation Conference

‘Conference theme : Through the lens. Evaluation has the power to be a lens that transforms the way we see the world. As evaluators, as people, we wear many lenses that shape what we see and how we focus our vision. Our theme Through the Lens invites you to think about how our lenses help us to reflect on different ways of knowing to inform our theory and practice; to refract our knowledge and learning in ways that enable us to embrace diversity in our communities; as well as to refocus on the future and deliver evaluative insights that resonate’. Conference workshops will be held on 25 and 26 September.

Venue : Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Grey Street entrance, South Bank, Queensland.

28

International Green Skills Conference 2023

‘Education systems will be crucial in equipping young people and adult learners for careers that support the transition to net zero and the restoration of biodiversity. Input from businesses is needed to ensure that learners and trainees leave their education systems with the skills that employers require for these green jobs. Many countries are currently grappling with these changes and how best to respond to them, and there is significant scope for shared learning’.

Venue : Imperial College London, Sherfield Building, South Kensington Campus, Imperial College Road, London.

28

Reframing challenging behaviour - individualised programming for children

NESA ACCREDITED. ECTARC. ‘This workshop builds on skills and knowledge gained from ECTARC’s Supporting Children’s Behaviour – a shared approach session. Extending on from examining the benefits of positive relationships and supportive environments, participants will now be encouraged to reflect on individual children’s challenging behaviour through a different lens. They will look at ways to analyse the communicative function of behaviour and respond to individual needs to improve the child’s self-regulation, social and emotional skills. The process of developing Individualised Education Plans [IEP] will be explored as a tool to support the child’s long-term wellbeing and learning’.

Venue : Online.

28-29

2023 Fall Global Leadership and Management Symposium [UNIVERSITY of RIVERSIDE]

‘The Global Conference on Leadership and Management is an international refereed conference dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in leadership and management. The Global Conference on Leadership and Management promotes collaborative excellence between academicians and professionals from Management and Leadership disciplines. The aim of Global Conference on Leadership and Management is to provide an opportunity for leaders and managers from various fields to bridge the knowledge gap, promote research esteem and the evolution of administrators. The Global Conference on Leadership and Management invites research papers that encompass conceptual analysis, design implementation and performance evaluation’.

Venue : University of Riverside, 11840 Pierce Street, Suite 200, Riverside, CA 92505, USA.

28-29

International Conference on Educational Innovations [ICEI-23]

‘An exciting event that strives to bring together all stakeholders in the discipline of Educational Innovations to promote authentic and accelerated scientific research progress. At our conference participants, keynote speakers, presenters, volunteers and others will gain access to best-in-class resources, infrastructure and opportunities to help them achieve their professional objectives no matter how diverse and varied they may be’.

Venue : ibis Melbourne Little Bourke Street, 600 Little Bourke St, Melbourne, Victoria.

29

LAST Conference Brisbane - Together at Last

‘LAST Conference Brisbane is an affordable, grassroots mini-conference for people involved in digital product development. The schedule encourages participation and interaction via talks, workshops and activities. We exist to help people who work in digital product development and related fields to share knowledge about the way they work together. By coming together and sharing knowledge and experience, we all learn to be better at work, continue to grow and help others and raise the level of the Sydney professional community’.

Venue : TAFE Queensland South Bank Campus, 60 Tribune St, South Brisbane, Queensland.

30/9-1/10

CLESOL 2023 Conference

‘The CLESOL 2023 conference will celebrate the importance of language learning and teaching in our diverse society. The conference will provide an ideal opportunity for teachers of the many languages in Aotearoa New Zealand, in particular community languages and ESOL, to interact, socialise and explore new knowledge and skills. The conference will take place over two days and include a variety of keynote addresses, interactive sessions and social elements’.

Venue : Rutherford House, Pipitea Campus, Victoria University of Wellington Te Herenga Waka [Access via 33 Bunny Street].

Beginning of September 2023

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