2012 National Conference
27th-28th August 2012, Clifton's Melbourne
A Conference for Teachers and Students
Following the success of the 2010 and 2011 National Boys and Technology Conferences, the focus of the third conference is, “Learning and Teaching with Technology: Gender Matters”
Technology is a part of students’ everyday lives, and the rapid advances in technology have changed the way students now learn. Schools need to provide 21st Century Learning Environments that promote highly mobile, self-directed, personalised learning. How can we, as educators, effectively integrate technology in our schools to cater for gender specific learning needs?
“The Learning and Teaching with Technology: Gender Matters” conference will showcase technological innovation in schools and afford delegates the opportunity to share their ideas and experiences with other like-minded educators. This conference also offers insight into the student experience of living and learning with technology through the ideas expressed by a student panel presentation on the first day of the conference.
- A conference allowing students and teachers to learn together.
- Program includes keynotes and 18 workshops.
- Opportunity for two secondary school student leaders per school to attend Day One at no extra cost.
- Enter the draw to win an Acer Tablet.
- Conference venue in the heart of Melbourne.
ACER TABLETS FOR DELEGATES
>The first 100 delegates to register will receive an Acer Tablet for use over the two days of the conference.
Level 1, 440 Collins Street, Melbourne